Re: [DML] Front Ride Height Intentions - Documented Proof
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Re: [DML] Front Ride Height Intentions - Documented Proof

The document that Shannon posted came out of the collection that I am
currently scanning belonging to Cliff Schmucker.  

I have spent the last week scanning hundreds, if not thousands, of
documents that Cliff was fortunate enough to obtain from a former DMC
executive. These memos will be able to be viewed in their entirety at
the DCS Show in Pheasant Run, so consider the link to the Ohio
DeLoreans page a teaser of what will be in the museum at the show. 
There are numerous other company memos regarding rideheight, as this
was something the company wanted to correct.  I have seen no mention
of any headlight positioning requirements in my readings so far.  

-Patrick C.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, mike.griese@... wrote:
> They did it to meet US headlamp positioning requirements.  The
lights would 
> have been out of spec without raising the front end.  The Esprit did
> have this problem, as it has pop-up headlamps that raise to an
> height.
> --
> Mike
> -------------- Original message from Shannon Yocom <ssdelorean@...>:
> > As previously discussed about the "nose high" look of stock
DeLoreans and the 
> > "intended ride height"... I have run across some physical proof
that the nose 
> > high look was NOT the intentions of the DeLorean Motor Company.
See an 
> > inter-office memo from C. R. Brown at the link below. 
> > 
> > 
> > 
> >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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