[DML] Re: Newsday Article
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i would say here in the UK the Delorean will get more attention.

i see a few Ferraris a year, but have never seen a Delorean on the 
road (not even mine yet!)
i get loads of people young/old who stop when i am working on her to 
chat, complete strangers.

don't get me wrong i do like ferraris, but a delorean is a rarer 
beast here and though lots of people have never seen one...everybody 
knows what it is!.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Shannon Yocom <ssdelorean@xxxx> 
> More recognized & more fun to drive... probably yes, but as far as 
getting more
> attention... no. 
> Joe O'Brien & I have a friend who owned a Ferrari 308 (the Magnum 
P.I. car). When
> driving around one day (Joe & 'friend' in the Ferrari) and me 
following behind,
> we came to a stop light. Joe heard the people on the corner 
yell, "awe wow look
> at that car", "cool a DeLorean" - totally ignoring the bright red 
Ferrari right
> in front of them. This also happend to me on other occations while 
driving with
> the Ferrari.
> Shannon Y
> 16506
> ---------------------------
> Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 14:18:32 -0500
>    From: "Dom Diaz" <dom_diaz@xxxx>
> Subject: RE: Re: 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@xxxx> 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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