RE: Re: [DML] Newsday Article
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RE: Re: [DML] Newsday Article

Having owned both; I disagree. The Ferrari is more recognized and, in my opinion as a driver, more enjoyable because you can?experience more open air. The Delorean is a great car (with fantastic styling), don't get me wrong, but half of the attention it gets is from people uneducated about the marquee and with all kinds of theories about what motor is in it, drug conspiracies, and whether or not JZD is still in jail (RIP).?If only JZD could have designed the inside of the Ferrari (Not nearly as cozy). I'm just saying let's not let our imaginations get outta hand here...;-)

> To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> From: blackaddertoo@xxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 02:06:28 +0000> Subject: Re: [DML] Newsday Article> > hey hold on the car is not just a great car, it is a FANTASTIC car.> > yes it needs maintenance, but so do all.> > and the engine choice, i know the power would be good but would you > really want a ferrari or lotus engine which would cost a fortune to > maintain and rebuild.> i looked at lotus esprits (1980's) but gather you are talking plus > £5000 uk money just for an engine rebuild.> i'd rather stick to the prv and go to the local shop to buy the > air/oil/fuel filter etc.> and JZD was just of course developing the twin turbo so had the > factory continued, who knows what we would of had.> > if you drive down the road in a ferarri or a Delorean, which will > the most people look at? got to be Delorean every time.> 

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