RE: [DML] Stage 3 Engine/Legend Copy
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RE: [DML] Stage 3 Engine/Legend Copy

If Tony would have made a questionable statement about
what he did to Proto1, you bet I would ask for
clarification and detail.

In my previous post, I did state that it was his
property to do what his wanted with it.  However, that
does not mean I am not free to question him about it. 
He is also not obligated to answer, and sometimes
silence on a subject says a lot.

We have had members on this list (claim) to drop their
car from a helicopter!  If I remember correctly, there
were plenty of people who had something to say about

People have called me irresponsible for DRIVING 1860
with it's very rare Legend Twin Turbo engine.  I don't
think it is unreasonable to get some detail on what
was done to the engine in 502 while Tony was "reverse
engineering" it.

I am the "champion of Legend"?  News to me.  Learning
about and having respect for DeLorean history is my
motivation.  Even so far as to run 1860 with only 8
Lbs of boost as to not damage this piece of history. 
It would have been much easier for me to crank the
boost up to 18 Lbs and have a fast DeLorean instead of
spending 400+ hours installing a VQ35 in to 6068.

--- Jack Stiefel <jack@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Not to try and cause an issue Marc, but I would only
> imagine it was any of your business if you had
> bought the car yourself.  Last time I checked any
> automobile is owned by the person on the title and
> they can do whatever they want.  Really at the end
> of the day why do you care what Tony did?  And I am
> not looking for the "next owner worries" answer we
> got before.  When Tony bought Proto1, I never once
> heard you ask what he was doing with it, or what
> work was being done to devalue it for future owners.
>  I know you are the champion of Legend, is that all
> there is?
> Jack Stiefel - Tampa, Florida

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