Re: [DML] Back To The Future Thought..
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Re: [DML] Back To The Future Thought..

Sweet mother of pearl!!!
It was a freaking movie...
If we all thought this hard  about important things, the world might be a better 
Chicago Paul 

From: Kevin Abato <delorean@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [DML] Back To The Future Thought..

Clearly Doc Brown prepped the car for a long storage.   You can see when
they find it, the wheels have been removed and it is mounted on blocks.
>From this, we have to assume he also drained all fluids as part of proper
long term storage.
It is often now that we see cars that have sat for 5-8 years and the fuel
system is all gummed up as the gas turns bad.   Letting fuel sit for seventy
years would be pretty nasty to have to clean out.   ;)

Kevin Abato
Vin #16680

On Aug 2, 2010 10:14 AM, "Steven Alves" <steve@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Watching the movies for the millionth time today I had a thought....

In BTTF 3 I understand that in 1885 they could not use the Delorean that was
already in the cave because that would make it impossible for Marty to get
back to Doc from 1955...... But..... Gas was available in the future in
1955... They could have gone to the mine and taken some fuel from it to use
in the 1885 Delorean before blowing it up with booze... Right??



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