Re: [DML] Re: DMC Midwest and the DML
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Re: [DML] Re: DMC Midwest and the DML

I agree with keeping our distance from the Bricklin crowd.  The two  
cars are often confused as it is by many people out there.  The  
Bricklin and the DeLorean both have individual unique histories.  We  
hate it when people confuse the D for a Bricklin (or insist to us  
that the D was built in Canada), and I think the Bricklin people must  
feel the same way.  I remember Erik Geerdink's description of his  
experience when he brought his DeLorean to the last Bricklin  
gathering.  I don't want to speak for Erik, but as I recall he made  
it seem like the Bricklin people looked down on him and resented his  
car being there.

I personally think that these are two very different cars, and  
running joint service centers or even joint car shows with the  
Bricklins will only create more confusion and incorrect facts in the  

Don't get me wrong, I like the Bricklin, but I would rather see our  
DeLorean groups focusing on what drew us all together in the first  
place:  the DMC-12 and JZD.

My $.02
-Patrick C.

> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Bob Brandys <BobB@...> wrote:
>   I'm sooo against that its not even funny. Why would you pair up
> these two? because of their doors and the similarities of going out of
> bussiness? Keep them seperate let the Delorean have its mystique  
> please.

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