Re: [DML] Hotel Rooms DCS
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Re: [DML] Hotel Rooms DCS



Just an FYI for everyone.  I just now reserved my room
at the Hampton.  It's 2:14am on Saturday morning.  For
kicks, I asked them how many rooms under the DCS 06
group had been reserved.  I was #14 already.  Granted,
Ken got these rooms I believe around Feb 21st, but I
have a feeling that these last 36 rooms will go
*Poof!* pretty quickly as time gets closer...

Let's be honest, we're all not going to look for the
cheapest rate.  Those of us staying outside the PR
hotel are going to want to congregate with other
DeLoreans for a sense of unity - it's always easier to
feel safe in a group than by yourself.  At least I
feel that way, and with 13 other owners already at the
Hampton, I'm happy =P.  Now traffic in PR in summer of
06, that will suck but oh well =P.  Least I got a room
now, and I feel for those who wait even later..

Jeremiah


--- kKoncelik@xxxxxxx wrote:

>  It appears that rooms in the St Charles area are
> going to be getting tighter as time goes on.
> The Bloomington Gold has now sold out most of its
> rooms and are looking for more hotels as well.
>  
> Just a reminder if you need a room PLEASE BOOK 
>  
> I am getting two to three calls a day asking for
> rooms yet we are  not seeing that in bookings at the
> Hampton.
>  
> Rooms at Pheasant run will not suddenly reappear so
> please book now so if we need more rooms I can get
> them.
>  
> Ken
>  
> -----Original Message-----
> From: doctorDHD@xxxxxxx
> To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Cc: gekko@xxxxxxxx
> Sent: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 07:55:47 EST
> Subject: [DML] Re: Faded tail turn signal lens
> 
> 
>  
>  
> Craig,
>  
> I once thought about doing this and did find the
> correct color at Joanne's  
> Fabrics, but when I looked closer I found 2
> problems:
>  
> 1) it seemed that only part of the turn signal lens
> was accessible  from the 
> rear.  That is there was the lateral section which
> seemed seal off  from the 
> rest.
>  
> 2) On my lenses there was a milky white appearance
> which I didn't think  
> would get any better by tinting the inside and
> tinting the outside seemed like  
> too much wok because of the black lattice.
>  
> I waited and waited and finally bought a complete
> set of all lenses, bulbs,  
> and headlight when they went on sale after the DMC
> Texas meeting.
>  
> D² & 6530
> 
> Message:  2         
> Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2006  07:49:24 -0800
> From: "Gekko@TDS"  <gekko@xxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Faded tail turn signal lens
> 
> I may  take heat from the purist DMC crowd, but here
> goes:
> 
> Many D's have this  problem:  One taillight lens has
> the original orange
> section for the  turn signal on one side and the
> other is faded, almost as
> clear as the  backup lens.  I'm told that Delorean
> used two different vendors
> to  supply their lenses and one used a dye that
> didn't bond as well with  the
> plexi-plastic lens, allowing it to fade, over time.
> 
> For the most  part, replacing the lens with a (now
> about $125.00) expensive
> NOS or good  one from a wrecked car was the only
> choice.  I figured that
> since my  car is not a garage trophy and will never
> need to be a perfect as  a
> concourse show vehicle, I should look for a way to
> save and use  the
> otherwise perfect lens.
> 
> At a local (chain) crafts store named  "Michael's" I
> bought a transparent
> paint that's painted on glass panes to  produce a
> looks-like stained glass.
> I didn't find "orange" but a rose-red  and yellow
> combined to make a really
> close orange which I painted on the  inside of the
> lens.  It takes 10-20
> hours to fully dry and took three  coats to get a
> density that approximates
> the original, but at a savings of  $115 and an
> outward appearance that's very
> near original, I'm very happy  with it and I've
> saved using up the dwindling
> supplies of replacement  parts.
> 
> Just a suggestion!
> 
> Craig Werner
> 
> 07181
> 
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