RE: [DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle
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RE: [DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle

> I was considering people who come to car shows and
> take inventory,
> and then steal later.

You know, when I first got my car I never gave this a
second thought.  But as I monitored the current
listings and dug al the way to the very beginning,
I've been highly alarmed as to the number of
occurrences that this happens.  This is one of the
reasons I don't go to local cruise-ins anymore, and
looking bakc I had some awfully curious people.  I
never displayed my electrical system or answered any
questions about alarms with my car; I amde sure I left
them in complete lingo.  With two cars damaged last
week and now this, I may re-consider the viability of
almost everything Toby sells.  I like "how little"
information I've found about his alarm products, and
if it stays that way - than only him, other owners who
purchased his alarm, and me know how it works.  I'd
like to keep it that way too.

Brent man, I'm sorry dude.  I really don't know what
to say.  I hope with all my heart and love for
DeLoreans that it shows up unscathed.  My heavy
condolences for you.


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