[DML] Re: "Anything to Win" on GSN
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[DML] Re: "Anything to Win" on GSN

I have to say, I am excited to see a refreshing documentary of John 
DeLorean. Unfortunately 3/4 of the way through it lost the happy 
momentum. It is just a damn shame things happened for John the way 
they did. Just imagine for one moment how different cars in today's 
market would be if John DeLorean continued to compete in the 
automotive industry. I imagine more style, economy & safety. 
Mercedes wouldn't have  been the only car with air bags in the early 
80's for example. You could tell cars were taking the shape of a 
DeLorean like the Camaro's rear end in 1982 or the wide stance and 
rear end of the vettes. It is obvious to me; the Delorean design was 
being utilized and implemented in subtle ways. DeLorean would have 
been a major competitor. I bet if his automotive empire succeeded, 
we would have a "big four" instead of the "big three".
Hmmm, no mention of Lotus's involvement ("retired Ford bla bla bla") 
or legend industries. I bet some of the missing money could be 
linked with those companies. The investors & investments would have 
gained in the long run, we all know that. Damn shame. 
I am really psyched to see the familiar personalities in our group 
on national television. I believe this is the beginning of a new and 
exciting time for our DeLorean's. Keep them (don't sell), clean 
them, maintain them and love them.


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