DeLorean owners in the
Pittsburgh area are always getting together to help each
other repair and restore our cars. In the spirit
of sharing our experience with others, we have organized
into a club devoted to helping other
DMC owners - The
DeLorean Maintenance Club.
Our famous "Tech
Sessions", where maintenance ranging from the smallest
upgrades to complete engine swaps, occur yearly during
the warmer months.
We're a very loosely
organized group -- no dues, no newsletter, no officers,
& no hassles. All you have to do to join is simply
attend one of our events. We look forward to
meeting you soon!
The PADMC Pittsburgh Fall Tech
Session will be held on Saturday, August 28th, 2010
starting at 9:00 AM. This is an excellent to
opportunity to socialize and get any needed work
done on your car.
easy to find -- just minutes from the intersection
of I-79 and the PA Turnpike (I-76) in Cranberry
Township, PA . We hope to see all the great people
we've met at the previous tech sessions, and
hopefully a few new faces too! If your car is not
ready to drive then just come and visit, we'd love
to see you!
you'd like to start the weekend early, please join
us on Friday evening for the
Starlite Cruise -- one of the largest weekly car
cruises in the country, with around 1000+ cars
attending each week. It's only a 5 minute drive
from the main strip in Cranberry.
Saturday, we'll start off at 9 AM. (Coffee and
pastries to open your eyes :-). Snacks along with
beverages (including beer) will be served during the
day. Around 1:00 PM we'll have a cookout for lunch,
and a dinner cookout around 5:30 PM.
At sunset, we'll have our very
own REAL Drive-In on a huge 18' outdoor screen, with
vintage drive-in clips and a complete concession
e-mail us to confirm your attendance, and perhaps a
list of work you'd like some help with. Significant
others/children are welcome and encouraged. (The
Cranberry Water Park, about 1 mile away, is a
favorite with the kids!)
us know if you plan to attend as early as possible,
it makes it so much easier to plan when we have a good
Hope to see you there!
-Dave and Juley
PS - The "Cow Crossing" signs on Franklin Road are
not a joke -- please use caution! =)
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