RE: [DML] Re: Question and strange car show behavior
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RE: [DML] Re: Question and strange car show behavior

You know, I mis-spoke.
I should not have said "unreliable".
Despite all the goofy problems we all have, the engine will usually fire up 
and go...
providing that you don't have a fuel pump problem, hot start problem, cold 
start problem, etc...
If none of those problems are present and the car starts you might have to 
deal with
high idle, computer burn out, or an electrical short in your lights that 
might set the dash
on fire. If all of that is OK and you have made sure to replace your fuels 
brake system and all the hoses your car should be pretty safe.
If you have an auto like mine....maybe it will go into 3rd today?
If everything is running ok, hopefully you won't have any trouble getting in 
or out
of your car as long as your door lock solenoids are working OK.
If your AC fan stops blowing, I hope you can roll your windows down because
most people can't.

Sure, the PRV and the DeLorean is a pretty good and reliable car as long as 
pretty much restore and replace about everything on the car.
Of course, a 20+ year old car needs work... but the problems I mentioned
were present as the cars rolled off the line.
It is these problems that keep our happy vendors in business.
If you don't have most of what Grady or Hervey sells then chances are
you don't own a daily driver.
If our cars were so perfect, we wouldn't need this forum now would we?

- VB

>From: Jake Kamphoefner <jakekamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: RE: [DML] Re: Question and strange car show behavior
>Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 14:18:57 -0700 (PDT)
>Speak for your own DeLorean, not mine.  I drive my car all over the place 
>and never worry about fires or PRV reliability at all.  If the work is done 
>correctly (prevention), there's not much to worry about.
>Oh, and if you want to race Hyundais (something I consider not worth the 
>dust from my clutch), tune your engine correctly and buy a freakin' 
>5-speed.  I can't believe all the complaining you do about how slow the car 
>is, when you're driving a long-legged 3 speed automatic!
>PS.  Back to the Future mods also add a lot of weight.
>Jake Kamphoefner
>1063 --> Just fine, thanks.
>Videobob Moseley <videobob@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>The PRV just sucks, we all know let's stop tap dancing around it.
>It might be fairly reliable, but so is my lawnmower.
>I want the power to at least beat a Hyundia!
>If they had put a decent engine in the car we would have a different
>If I had my way I would stuff that 5.7 HEMI that I have in my Magnum in 
>Can you imagine that? With a 5 speed auto-stick?
>Jumping Jesus on a pogo stick - that would rock!
>I know I will get flamed for this...but it's just one dudes opinion.
>What do I know anyway?

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