[DML] Why I love the Delorean
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[DML] Why I love the Delorean



I'm bored out of my gourd, I know I have to work on the car, but it's 
cold, and I don't want to work on the car at the moment.  So I decided 
to take her (6704) out for a high speed drive.  Put a full tank of 
premiun gas in her and went ZOOM.  The car handles as expected with the 
trailing arm bolts siezed in the bushings, but what a great handling 
car.  I think I may have broken the speedometer,  I was moving very 
fast, 5th gear at 4000 RPMs, and other cars were acutally getting out 
of the way! Speedo was pegged so I have now idea how fast I was going.

Very enjoyable little 20 mile run.  I had to put gas in the car for 
winter storage, heck I may even take her out again next weekend, if the 
roads are dry.

Please share your driving stories on the DML, good or bad, I'm sure all 
would like to read them.

Just wish I had Black Beauty back, with the Stage II engine, then I 
will  guarantee the speedo would be broken.

Keep it between the lines, and be safe.  And most of all have fun.

And at this time of year happy holidays to everyone.

Bernie
Crash and Burn (6704) and Black Beauty (4045)







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