Re: [DML] Displaying Our Cars
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Re: [DML] Displaying Our Cars



Nothing compares to the some of the weird people in NYC.  If you stop  
at a red light at an intersection, some weirdo may come up to your  
vehicle and place their hands or knocking on it while commenting such  
as "Is is aluminum," or "Is it really stainless steel?"  Beside the  
usual standardized comments: "Where's the coke?"  "What happens after  
88 mph?"  How many "Jigga Watts?" And etc....  In some neighbors,  
you're lucky they don't hurl things at you in envy.

Kayo Ong
#5508
Lic 9D NY


On Nov 27, 2010, at 8:37 AM, Dick wrote:

> Right on Toby! I have shown my car several times per year during my  
> 28 years of ownership. The number of rude, unthinking individuals I  
> have encountered can be counted on one hand and none of those  
> caused any damage other than fingerprints. And, let's face it,  
> folks, the first time you saw a DeLorean you probably ran your  
> hands/fingers over the surface to see if you could feel the  
> graining. I know I did. And that's the very reason others do it.
>
> Toby, I don't think it is the rain. I think that we westerners are  
> a) more respectful of other folks property and b) a bit more  
> tolerant of unthinking errors on the part of others!!
>
> Just my 2¢.
>
> Dick Ryan
> Vin 16867
> Steamboat Springs, Colorado
>
> This is an interesting and eye-opening thread. I have owned Winged1  
> for just shy of 23 years and have had it in countless car shows,  
> rallies, parades, and promotional events. I can only recall perhaps  
> a handful of incidents where somebody was disrespectful of the car  
> or abusive towards me. I guess that we grow "them" differently up  
> here in the Pacific Northwest. Granted, I have had a few folks jump  
> in and have a friend snap a quick picture when they think that I am  
> not looking, but there has never been any damage or mischief to  
> speak of. Most of the time people will ask politely if they can sit  
> in the car, and many people ask for permission just to take a  
> picture of it on display. Maybe all of the rain up here washes away  
> the rudeness? Fascinating.
> >
> > Toby Peterson VIN 2248 "Winged1"
> > DMC Northwest
> > DeLorean Parts Northwest
> >
>
> 



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