[DML] Re: New Delorean
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[DML] Re: New Delorean

Well, then you can count me as an "average blue collar" worker.  I bought my 
DeLorean back in 2001, when I was only an Airman First Class in the Air 
Force.  I was only making roughly $26K a year and I worked my ass off to get 
my car.  My parents weren't rich, I didn't go to college (even though I had a 
scholarship I turned down), and I still don't have a degree.  I came from very 
humble beginnings and have had to work for everything I have.  I joined the Air 
Force, learned Korean, and am now working as a contractor earning more than 
I could have ever dreamed.  But I still consider myself an "average blue collar" 
worker because I don't have a rich-boy, snobby attitude about the fact that I 
make good money or that I own and drive a beatiful car (that is in excellent 
condition I might add).  I don't have a need to take out a 10 year loan for a 
DeLorean cause I already own one.  But if I did, I can assure you I am quite 
intelligent and financially savvy enough to make it work.  I think you should give 
more credit to those "blue collar" workers out there, we might just surprise 

VIN 2728  

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Ryan Wright" <ryanpwright@...> wrote:
> On 8/31/07, delorean_3 <delorean3@...> wrote:
> >
> >  I'm wondering if
> >  DMCH has any kind of plans to help (read: inform) people with incomes 
> >  might be slightly out of the 57K plus range?
> I hope not. No offense, but "average blue collar" workers have no
> business spending that kind of coin on a car if they ever want to be
> financially successful in life. (Hint: You don't get financially
> successful by spending a year's salary on a stinkin' car.) Anyone who
> has to take out a 10 year loan to afford a car is a doofus who will
> always be broke.
> -Ryan, not opinionated or anything...

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