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

( As many have pointed out, looking at what happens in a BTTF movie crash has no basis to what happens in the real world. Unless someone has additional facts, this thread is dead. Marty, this weeks moderator) 

Again you bring up examples that cannot in any way be representative
of the crash safety of a factory built Delorean. The Proto One example
is a one-of. The train wreck is Hollywood's vision of what is should
look like. In the documentary they explaned how they rigged the car so
it would crash the way it did. They obviously were NOT doing a
crashworthiness test! As for parts flying, they could have been random
parts clipped and edited to look like they flew from the crash. You
cannot use the train wreck in any way as an example. This is NOT the
way labs crash test cars!
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "cbl1739" <cbl302@...> wrote:
> You mean no frame,as the shell holds all the visible SS
> panels/doors/glass,etc onto the car,the drivetrain was a given,since
> you do not see a drivetrain flying out of the car.but even with the

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