[DML] Re: Joe
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[DML] Re: Joe

I'm not a big fan of doing work *FOR* other owners, but rather prefer
to work *WITH* other owners. Basically the "teach a man to fish"
philosophy. One of the strengths of the DeLorean community is that an
owner can issue an all-call for help, and within days others will
drive to his or her location to assist. When Rich Acuti posted a plea,
I drove up from North Carolina, Dave Stragand drove down from
Pennsylvania, and we all converged in Mike Cohee's Maryland garage
(until 5:00 in the morning). I also worked with Louie Golden on #10115
until dawn the weekend before it was totalled by a Cadillac. There's
as much activity in a DCS parking lot (triage, repairs, etc) as inside
the exhibition hall. I was game to help Louis rig up a radiator repair
at FFT'07 (a group of us replaced Louie Golden's radiator in the IHOP
parking lot at Pigeon Forge).

If, as a DeLorean owner, you find yourself alone trying to deal with
our (cough) precision engineered exotic luxury automobiles, chances
are you failed to ask for assistance. 

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> wrote:
> He called himself "Delorean Joe" of Delorean Services. He must have
> fallen on hard times. Many people started complaining about him. Bad
> work, not getting what they paid for, etc. He also burned some of the
> vendors by buying parts and borrowing parts and not paying for them.
> He since has dropped off the radar, no one has heard much from or
> about him for a while. He also used to go out and fix Deloreans in his
> area on a "road trip". He was very knowledgable on Deloreans and for a
> long time people commented favorably about his work. He did have a
> good reputation for a long time. He was a big contributer on the DML
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757

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