[DML] Re: Front Ride Height Intentions
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[DML] Re: Front Ride Height Intentions

That's fine on what you are saying for 2000-06 cars,but the cars in 
question,that I wrote in my post deal with 1981-83 cars in particular 
Deloreans,so most if not all of the high tech stuff you mention is 
moot,when driving a Delorean.I do not know your driving record,but I 
have yet to have made a "mistake"(or gotten into one)after more than 
3 decades of driving,Most Delorean owners know their car inside and 
out,so when driving,we have a "edge" over the other drivers,as we 
are  not just driving a "car" but monitoring it,in other words we 
know what our car is doing,at all times,we know what is around us at 
all times,we are in tune with our car,we are not just " careening 
down the highway" as Mr.Paper Chaser,that knows nothing about cars is 
doing, Basically pointing his vehicle down the highway,and letting 
all the high Tech stuff do all the driving/handling,and hopefully the 
safety,(that is not me and not a typical of the D owners and NOT even 
what a D is all about)No Driving a Classic Delorean,means being in 
touch with your car,becoming one...man and machine combining,the 
mechanical with the mechanical skills of the driver/owner..man and 
machine working together in perfect harmony,one controlling the other 
in a perfect balance,of  car and man in motion,knowing what is going 
on around the machine,at all times,checking the machines vital 
signals,for sounds of distress,checking her gages for any signs of 
pending troubles at all times,Man and Machine,sequenced together,to 
fully use the mechanics,that each possesses,knowing what the Car will 
do before it does it,and most important HOW and WHY it does it.That 
is how I feel and how I drive any Classic car,and even my everyday 
cars. Its called skilled driving. 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> 
> You miss the whole concept of safety regulations involving motor 
> vehicles. 

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