Re: [DML] Displaying Our Cars
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I got tired of the questions about "Did I find any coke in the car?" or "Where is the coke?" I came up with an answer that usually shuts them up, " I didn't get the snow tire option!"
 
My friend, who is a cop is tired of "What happens if you go 88 mph?" He responds, "You get a ticket!"
 
Feel free to use them if you like.
 
Gary Masie

----- Original Message -----
From: "K.L. (KAYO) Ong" 
Date: Saturday, November 27, 2010 10:09 pm
Subject: Re: [DML] Displaying Our Cars
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

> 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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