RE: [DML] Re: The dreaded question, NO FLAMES PLEASE...
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RE: [DML] Re: The dreaded question, NO FLAMES PLEASE...

I thoroughly disagree with the below comment raised by CBL.  I have driven a
Mercedes S class over long distances as well as my DeLorean and I find my
DMC just as comfortable.  Now, maybe it may simply be a case that it fits my
5ft 9.5? body shape spot on but I should be able to obtain a perfect setup
in the Merc with the multitude of seat settings available; but the end
result is also very good.  How many cars built in the 1980?s had a tilt-able
AND telescopic steering wheel adjustment to enable the PERFECT driving


CBL, if you are ?sweating? sort your aircon out.  DMC aircon when working as
it should does as it should! 


I find the DeLorean a perfect car for everyday use unless of course you have
a lot of luggage/passengers to take.  The car isn?t expensive to run
(certainly, compared to the parts/servicing costs of a Mercedes), fun and
offers an ownership experience that you will never know if you don?t give it
a try ;)


Kind regards,


Chris Hawes

Vin 5255 grey, manual.



From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Sent: 21 July 2007 05:44
SNIP?Also depending if you do not mind "sweating" and being uncomfortable 
in a long drive,as the Delorean is no Mercedes when it comes to 
comfort.Vs the Mercedes?


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