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



Bernie, Marv,
     The drive to and from Las Vegas has claimed many an angle 
drive.  Mine went on the previous Las Vegas run and when it quits I 
also lose cruise control.  I will say this: Marv has GPS in his car 
and there is a digital speedometer on it which continued to 
function.  One more reason to spring for GPS.  That's a heck of a 
lot better than trying to explain to the officer that you were 
going "00".  
     We had 12 DeLoreans at the party and 14 owners for a total of 
33 people.  10 cars showed up later at the show as well.  It was 
really a good time to be had by all.  We had owners from as far away 
as Las Vegas, Tucson, and Houston, TX.  One of our owners had just 
returned from Maine that morning and still chose to spend the day 
with us.  We really have a great group!

I hope everyone will make some time to come join us this year.  

Matt Olans
VIN 16816
www.az-d.org


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Marv Hein" <marvhein@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Group, 
> 
> If you are a lone owner some distance from a club, I encourage you 
> to make the extra effort to join and get together, even if only 
> occasionally. If you ever have a chance to caravan with one or 
more 
> DeLoreans, DO IT!  
> 
> Cameron Dengler and I made the run from Vegas to Phoenix and back 
> this past weekend with our families (my wife drove the chase Yukon 
> with luggage and extra kids).  The AZ-D was having their holiday 
> party and we weren't going to miss it!  I think we pulled eleven 
> DeLoreans together in Phoenix, including a "new car" delivery from 
> DMCH to the party!
> 
> This was my first chance to really drive any distance since I 
bought 
> my D in May.  It's been chomping at the bit being a daily driver.  
I 
> had no idea how much it wanted to GO.
> 
> Both DeLoreans performed flawlessly round-trip, gobbling up the 
> hills between Vegas and Phoenix.  I rarely had to downshift, so I 
> really have no justifiable complaint about the power of my D.  
> Downhill was a blast... soaring through curves at 75 MPH in 
neutral 
> for 2-3 minutes at a time.
> 
> With the sun shining, 88 MPH on the GPS speedo and Cameron's iPod 
> broadcasting "Back in Time" to all three cars on "Radio Free DMC," 
> we had a great time on the return.  
> 
> Best Wishes for D Holidays,
> 
> Marv
> #10820
> AZ-D
> 
> P.S. Bernie, you are not alone. I broke my speedo too. :)







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