Re: [DML] High-performance radiator fans
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Re: [DML] High-performance radiator fans

Maybe not the best analogy Toby.  Rolex watches lose about 3 seconds
per month.  That Timex won't.  Plus, if I were to put that $1000 into a simple
savings account at 3% interest, I can have a new Timex watch every year
FOREVER and never touch the principal.  


-------------- Original message from "Toby Peterson" <tobyp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 

> Dave - It is not my goal or intention to argue with you about the 
> point you are trying to make, but with all due respect ... No, you 
> did not buy the same fans for $29. You bought *some* fans, not the 
> same fans. If you would extend to me a little grace so that I can 
> offer an analogy; You bought a $29 Timex watch from Walmart (no 
> offense intended to the largest corporation in the world). Your 
> friend got a very reasonable deal on a genuine Rolex from a 
> reputable dealer down town. His watch cost $1000, but is a 
> beautiful precision machine that is very well made and will last a 
> lifetime and beyond. Your Timex is disposable, and will be replaced 
> with another $29 Timex when this one quits working prematurely (and 
> so on). Is it reasonable for you to compare your Timex with your 
> friend's Rolex, and declare to your friend that he got ripped off? 
> After all, they do pretty much the same task, don't they? 
> If you look at the current offerings in this product category, and 
> can show that DeLorean Parts Northwest is "out of touch with this 
> pricing", then by all means let's talk. By the way, these fans do 
> come with a lifetime warranty to the original purchaser. Thank you 
> for listening. 
> Toby Peterson VIN 2248 "Winged1" - cool and quiet! 
> DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC 

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