[DML] Re: Peter Chant... the fella responsible for our epoxy?
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[DML] Re: Peter Chant... the fella responsible for our epoxy?

Reread the article. It says that they abandoned the ERM process for a
fiberglass center with front and rear subframes. THAT is what was run
on Gumman's computers saying it would NOT handle a crash well. In that
article it does NOT say why the ERM process was abandoned, only that
it was.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "cbl1739" <cbl302@...> wrote:
> Well you wanted proof,please read below,or read the whole story at
> the link below.Actually I was wrong on one part it was 26mph Not 30
> mph!
> http://www.lotusespritworld.co.uk/EHistory/DeLorean.html
> or  http://tinyurl.com/yxxmqf
> 10th paragraph down,
>      Lotus were most unhappy about it all, not merely because the
> prototype's roadholding and general rigidity were not helped by the
> big cut-outs in the shell dictated by the gull-wing doors, but also
> because of the safety limitations. Their own vast experience of both
> glassfibre-based bodies and backbone chassis-frames led them to
> surmise that in its original guise the DeLorean would fare very badly

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