Re: [DML] - being squashed by the man?
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Re: [DML] - being squashed by the man?

Paul - Anybody can still make anything they want 
for the DeLorean.  The only thing they can't do 
is use the DMC logo on the product or to advertise
the product *unless* they get a license from DMC-H.
I probably didn't make that clear enough in my 
response to Tom.  Tom can still make mirrors or
shift lever balls, but he can't etch the DMC logo 
into the glass, machine it into the shifter ball, or
use it on his website without permission.  He 
can say that his parts fit the DeLorean.


-------------- Original message from PAUL LEGUTKI <legutki@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 

> IMHO, whatever that's worth. I think Mr Wynne is 
> flexing the financial power only he can flex. Worst 
> case scenario. What if the "small" vendors of "D" 
> things decide to hang it up?? What if? Then, we 
> wouldn't have source for anything but the merchandise 
> DMC-H sells. What ever happened to Mr. Zilla and all 
> his fans. Is it eight months since boo has been heard. 
> What if the small vendors couldn't say squat about the 
> products they have fitting a "D"?? Just a mention this 
> thing fits a Delorean would bring a legal reprimand? 
> Vendors would have to sell things to fit, that 
> stainless steel car made near Belfast, Ireland without 
> a mention of Delorean. What might Houston charge if 
> they have carte-blanche complete control of anything 
> that fits? And we'd be the Stainless-steel car made in 
> Belfast, Ireland Car Clubs? 

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