DeLoreans on display


Bauerle Automotive in Delaware celebrated “Back to the Future” Day on Wednesday by displaying eight DeLorean DMC-12 automobiles made famous by the iconic 1980s film trilogy starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Dave Bauerle (above) said he and his staff have provided service for DeLoreans since 1983. Customers have come from as far away as Arizona and Louisiana and he has even prepped one vehicle that was shipped to Switzerland. Of the vehicles on display Wednesday, one was from Michigan, another was from Cincinnati and the other six were owned by residents of Delaware and Franklin counties. One of the vehicles was decked out with memorabilia from the film trilogy, including a hover board, a pair of self-lacing tennis shoes, a photo of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown in the Old West, a Mr. Fusion fuel source, and, of course, the Flux Capacitor. Fortunately, the Flux Capacitor was not fluxing.

Bauerle Automotive in Delaware celebrated “Back to the Future” Day on Wednesday by displaying eight DeLorean DMC-12 automobiles made famous by the iconic 1980s film trilogy starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Dave Bauerle (above) said he and his staff have provided service for DeLoreans since 1983. Customers have come from as far away as Arizona and Louisiana and he has even prepped one vehicle that was shipped to Switzerland. Of the vehicles on display Wednesday, one was from Michigan, another was from Cincinnati and the other six were owned by residents of Delaware and Franklin counties. One of the vehicles was decked out with memorabilia from the film trilogy, including a hover board, a pair of self-lacing tennis shoes, a photo of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown in the Old West, a Mr. Fusion fuel source, and, of course, the Flux Capacitor. Fortunately, the Flux Capacitor was not fluxing.


Andrew Carter | The Gazette

Bauerle Automotive in Delaware celebrated “Back to the Future” Day on Wednesday by displaying eight DeLorean DMC-12 automobiles made famous by the iconic 1980s film trilogy starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Dave Bauerle (above) said he and his staff have provided service for DeLoreans since 1983. Customers have come from as far away as Arizona and Louisiana and he has even prepped one vehicle that was shipped to Switzerland. Of the vehicles on display Wednesday, one was from Michigan, another was from Cincinnati and the other six were owned by residents of Delaware and Franklin counties. One of the vehicles was decked out with memorabilia from the film trilogy, including a hover board, a pair of self-lacing tennis shoes, a photo of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown in the Old West, a Mr. Fusion fuel source, and, of course, the Flux Capacitor. Fortunately, the Flux Capacitor was not fluxing.

Bauerle Automotive in Delaware celebrated “Back to the Future” Day on Wednesday by displaying eight DeLorean DMC-12 automobiles made famous by the iconic 1980s film trilogy starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Dave Bauerle (above) said he and his staff have provided service for DeLoreans since 1983. Customers have come from as far away as Arizona and Louisiana and he has even prepped one vehicle that was shipped to Switzerland. Of the vehicles on display Wednesday, one was from Michigan, another was from Cincinnati and the other six were owned by residents of Delaware and Franklin counties. One of the vehicles was decked out with memorabilia from the film trilogy, including a hover board, a pair of self-lacing tennis shoes, a photo of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown in the Old West, a Mr. Fusion fuel source, and, of course, the Flux Capacitor. Fortunately, the Flux Capacitor was not fluxing.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/10/web1_Delorean-Dave-Bauerle-10-22-151.jpgBauerle Automotive in Delaware celebrated “Back to the Future” Day on Wednesday by displaying eight DeLorean DMC-12 automobiles made famous by the iconic 1980s film trilogy starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. Dave Bauerle (above) said he and his staff have provided service for DeLoreans since 1983. Customers have come from as far away as Arizona and Louisiana and he has even prepped one vehicle that was shipped to Switzerland. Of the vehicles on display Wednesday, one was from Michigan, another was from Cincinnati and the other six were owned by residents of Delaware and Franklin counties. One of the vehicles was decked out with memorabilia from the film trilogy, including a hover board, a pair of self-lacing tennis shoes, a photo of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown in the Old West, a Mr. Fusion fuel source, and, of course, the Flux Capacitor. Fortunately, the Flux Capacitor was not fluxing. Andrew Carter | The Gazette