Re: [DML] Re: DeLorean Frames
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Re: [DML] Re: DeLorean Frames

Unless you have empirical data to back this wild claim up, please refrain  
from posting blanket statements about the condition of a car based on where it  
resides.  Everyone knows you can find rusty cars just about anywhere.   It's 
ludicrous to suggest you can take one look at a rusty car and know where it  
came from - especially a DeLorean where the under-carriage is the only thing  
that rusts. 
I'm positive that leaving a DeLorean out anywhere in the Midwest during the  
summer will bake the interior just like you say it does in the South.
In a message dated 01/10/2008 8:28:24 A.M. Central Standard Time,  
cbl302@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

A simple  rule to tell which part of the country the car rusted the  Northern states they rust from the ground the 
southern states they  rust from the Roof down..meaning that if you 
look at say a Florida rusted  car you will find that ALL the lower  
sections(Q-panels/frames/wheelwells,floors,trunk floor etc are  
perfect, in the Northern cars these will rust out, but the roof or  
cowl/hood/trunk lid etc maybe totally rusted on the Southern cars.And  
of course the southern cars will take a bigger hit on the interior.
(in  a shorter period of time).


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