Re: [DML] Re: DMCH in latest issue of Forbes...
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Re: [DML] Re: DMCH in latest issue of Forbes...

Yikes!  I am not sure how you got all of that out of
my comments, but...

I *DO* give DMCH credit for what they have done. Have
I ever found fault with someone making an investment
and earning a fair profit?  (Yes BOB, I said FAIR!)

My point was, I see folks here discuss DMCH (and other
vendors) as if they are some sort of saints..  You do
it below Dave with the "what if".  Stephen did not buy
the KPAC inventory for OUR BENEFIT, it was for HIS... 
and in the process owners have also gotten some
BAD FOR MAKING A PROFIT!  (Re-read that like 10X times
if you don't get it).

More importantly, next time you go through the
concours judging manual and wonder why some of the
things are written the way they are, think about the
quote "Everything we do is geared toward selling more
parts". Then maybe you will stop telling the world
that Concours winners should be accepted as "the best
of the best".  Go ahead if you enjoy the competition,
but at least understand what you are participating in.

I apologize to my friends who asked me to stop
"picking on" the concours event..  

--- David Teitelbaum <jtrealty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Since when did the word "Profit" become a dirty
> word? Anybody that
> invests that kind of money in parts, buildings,
> labor force, and
> advertising is entitled to earn a profit on it.
> Better him than the
> scrapman, at least the parts are still available to
> the Delorean
> community. At a price maybe, but what other way is
> there? Give Steve
> the credit he deserves for investing his money,
> time, and livelyhood
> in the car. This is not a plug for Steve, just an
> aknowledgement of
> his acomplishments. Maybe you would prefer Delorean
> 1 to have aquired
> the Kapac inventory? Still better than the scrapman
> but where would we
> be now? Yes, if you look underneath you will find
> that everything he
> does is based on making money. That is what it takes
> to stay in
> business so he CAN pursue the dream of keeping the
> Delorean Marque
> alive and thriving. We have no arguement here, this
> is just the way
> the world works, like it or not. Steve is at least
> able to do what had
> to be done to keep our Deloreans on the road for the
> foreseeable
> future. In the meantime he gets to make some money
> too. That is what a
> successful businessman does.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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