[DML] Re: Tall DeLorean wannabe owner looking for advice from Dave Swing
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[DML] Re: Tall DeLorean wannabe owner looking for advice from Dave Swingell and other tall DeLorean owners

That would be me. . . .

I'm 6'4 - it's fine for me, but I'd say that I'm right at the edge. I 
can't say that I've met a taller owner, so 6'6 may be a problem.

If you are "tall in the body" rather than long-legged there could be 
an issue. You really need to find one to try on for size. With the 
seat all the way back , and tilted all the way against the back 
luggage shelf, you'll either fit or you won't. If the door hits your 
head there's probably not a lot you could do about it, with the 
possible exception of some form of racing seat that is much thinner 
in the backrest and seat padding.

Dave Swingle

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Slupski" <slupa@...> wrote:
> I appreciated everyone's help in finding DeLorean owners in New 
England and
> putting me onto the clubs in my area.  The people in this club are 
> helpful!
> One of the members told me about a tall fellow named Dave Swingell 
who owns
> a DeLorean.  Dave, if you're out there, could you drop me a line?  
As a 6'6"
> guy, I'd appreciate any thoughts you have (or any other tall DMO 
member has)
> on suggestions to making driving the DeLorean more practical (other 
> thigh removal).  Thanks!

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