RE: [DML] Modified DeLoreans
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RE: [DML] Modified DeLoreans

>From what I have seen, people how have concourse cars don't drive them.
They keep them as projects and show cars.
They have another car to drive and tinker with.
I plan to own 3 DeLoreans in my lifetime, my time machine, a perfect 
concourse car,
and one that is insane....modern interior and engine - that one I will 
All in good time......
- VB

>From: "Bernie" <bmanderville@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [DML] Modified DeLoreans
>Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2005 00:43:22 -0000
>To the list,
>I am reading all of everyones comments about modifying a D.  Everyone
>has an opinion about doing it or not, it's a personal decision, not
>someone else's decision.  As a new owner of an almost perfect DeLorean,
>I would, after fixing nothing, and putting back on the old parts, put
>it in a Concours meet.  I know it won't win but it will be original.
>Therein lies the problem, original vs. something you can drive when you
>want to, everyday or otherwise.  We all know that the car needs fixes
>to make it run right.
>As for modifying the car to make what the owner want's to make of it,
>so what, it's the owners car.  He/She can make any modifications they
>want to it.  My biggest thing is DON'T CHANGE THE OUTLINE OF THE CAR!
>If it still looks like the orginal car, the owner has done a great
>job.  Lot's of cars get modified to enhance performance, yet the owners
>usually don't modify the body to where it's unrecognizable any more.

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