Re: [DML] Re: British Motoring versus American Motoring
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Re: [DML] Re: British Motoring versus American Motoring



On 14/01/2012 19:39, content22207 wrote:
> The root problem is just like a language barrier -- motoring in Europe is worlds removed from motoring in the United States. That was one of DeLorean Motoring Company's biggest problems -- they built a European sports car, which never would have sold in significant volume over here.
Nope, they de-tuned and softened what could have been a capable European 
sportscar. Hence what we now do - fitting better shocks, stiffer lower 
springs, rear anti roll bars and more powerful engines. And yes, even 
that front lower link benefits from some work.

> Given the choice, Americans are going to buy what Americans want and need, not what citizens of any other country want and need (and vice versa)

Finally a statement I can wholeheartedly agree with. I'm going to quote 
you on that...

Martin



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