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What does this all have to do with rebuilding a steering rack?


--- On Fri, 4/17/09, content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: content22207 <brobertson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Friday, April 17, 2009, 8:33 PM
> Driving over the curb was an
> accident. At the time it was raining so hard that I couldn't
> even see the front fascia, much less anything further
> beyond.
> This all happened one week ago today, in the middle of
> those storms that rolled across Georgia. I was driving Jim
> Franklin down to SEDOC to get his car from Sean Mullins. At
> one point on I-85 I thought my trailing arm bolts had
> broken. The whole rear end of the car was shimmying
> incredibly. I told Jim that the wind was kicking our butts.
> He nonchalantly replied "that's because there's a tornado
> over there." I looked over and sure enough, a couple of
> yards away was an honest to goodness tornado -- the first
> one I've ever seen in person! 
> A little while later, as soon as we pulled off the
> interstate, the bottom fell out. It was raining so hard that
> when we got out of the car (after driving over the curb),
> water was running OVER our shoes. A big burly truck driver
> ran past us yelling "run, tornado!" The manager of the gas
> station herded us all into a back room. Fortunately I was
> parked under the gas pump awning when the hail came. 
> This isn't the first time I've driven my little silver car
> through tornadoes. Last year Louie Golden and I drove home
> from DMA's Spring Fling through the storms that made
> tornadoes in Virginia. Didn't see one myself, but the rain
> and wind were incredible.
> Some DeLorean owners are so fastidious about their cars
> that they won't even drive them in the rain. I can't seem to
> find sunshine....
> Bill Robertson
> #5939


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