Re: [DML] Safe, Practical Gullwing Doors vs. Dangerous, Deadly Corvette
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Re: [DML] Safe, Practical Gullwing Doors vs. Dangerous, Deadly Corvette Doors.


> It sounds funny, I know. But I've never been trapped inside of my
> DeLorean, nor anyone elses. And the only time I've ever seen a
> DeLorean door get jammed, was either because of the outer door
> handle getting pre-tensioned, or a forigen object getting caught in
> the door. And to release stuck doors isn't a problem. You just press
> down on the interior handle, and then you can unlock the doors.
> Simple as pie. And if you've got an early car with no guide blocks,
> you just have to push a bit harder. They don't pose a threat in the
> least.

Ah, I was thinking more of the lock module failures that applied power
to the solenoids and left it there, preventing you from actuating the

To be honest, I've never had a fear of getting trapped in my DeLorean.
I have, however, considered putting one of those emergency glass
hammers within reach so I could easily break through the windshield in
a bad situation. I'd imagine flipping a DeLorean upside dodwn, while
difficult to do, would not make getting out very pleasant.

Thanks for the story!


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