[DML] Re: DeLorean Thoughts (David Teitelbaum)
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[DML] Re: DeLorean Thoughts (David Teitelbaum)

Your argument disintegrates at "consequences to the value of the car
in the eyes of prospective buyers."

There simply are no prospective buyers of #5939. It will never be sold
in my lifetime. Whatever happens to it during the settlement of my
estate has absolutely zero bearing on cost/benefit analyses while I am

Why in the world should I care if an unknown future owner decides to
go back to K-Jet? I'll be too busy dancign with the angels. Why in the
world should I diminish my earthly driving experience for the benefit
of a potential future owner who very well may never exist (if I live
to be 80, #5939 will be 63 years old -- the poor little car may not be
worth ANYONE owning by that age).

You definitely worry too much about selling my car.

Bill Robertson

>--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> wrote:
> Your arguments for old vs new technology make no sense. No one is
> going to trade their car in for a horse! Or their transistor radio for
> a tube type. Technology marches on. Economics matter here. If you make
> major changes to the car away from stock you must consider the
> consequences to the value of the car in the eyes of prospective
> buyers. You say it doesn't matter to you, it will matter to whoever
> eventually winds up with the car (if you care). For the time, money,
> and effort you will spend on converting (especially if you must hire
> soemone to do it) it will make more sense to get the K-Jet system
> running right. With all of your knowledge and time I am sure you could
> do it if you decided you wanted to. I have no problem with anyone who
> does convert to carbureation, just do it for the right reasons, not to
> save money or make the car run better. If you are a MAC person or a PC
> person. Some people just want to be different and do things their
own way.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757


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