[DML] Re: Gettysburg Caravan - Indy Lunch Stop
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[DML] Re: Gettysburg Caravan - Indy Lunch Stop

Thank you for this explanation.
I'm used to driving in Europe and some 600 miles is not bad.
However I'm going to drive in another country, motorized more than 
the "old world".

I like to drive my D too and I'm not afraid of making distances 
(in '92 in a two driver car) we did Atlanta-Houston in a day.
Of course since then I have not grown younger :)

Probably this trip is going to be more miles than anticipated but 
this is my only chance now to actually drive my D in the USA AND meet 
my friend in my own car! Worth taking the chance of getting awfully 

As Marc L said about him himself, to a heavy foot, that also applies 
to me and I already have gotten advice to purchade a radar detector.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dick Ryan" <deloreanbiker@...> wrote:
> I probably due more long distance trips in my DeLorean than 
anybody.  400/500 miles is a
> breeze.  I have often done the 720 miles  from my home to Las 
Vegas.  600 of that is
> Interstate.  I also have a number of friends in an informal club 
called the DeLorean Touring
> Society and we do anywhere from 400 to 800 miles in a day, 
depending upon the roadas
> and speed limits.
> If you are able to pick up the parts rather quicly, a 660 mile trip 
should not be all that
> difficult.  However, having said all this, distance traveled is 
certainly a matter of personal
> preference.  I love to drive.  I also love to take road trips in the
> DeLorean.  But, I know many (almost all younger than me) who do not 
like long trips in the
> DeLorean.   Hmmmm, maybe it is a reverse age thing ;-)
> Dick Ryan
> VIN 16867

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