Re: [DML] DeLorean Carb Conversion: Made in USA
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Re: [DML] DeLorean Carb Conversion: Made in USA

As I stated before, this thread started as a joke (the parts I make myself, in my own workshop, with my own hands, are obviously "Made in USA"), but it quickly morphed into surprise as I examined all the other components that are used straight out of their packages and discovered how many of them were also made in this country. Even things that I assumed were imported are in fact domestically produced. 

I did not plan my conversions that way -- it is just a happy coincidence.

There are many reasons owners have converted to carburetion, but to the best of my knowledge protecting domestic industry hasn't been among them -- yet. 

(I mean that in jest David -- 15 conversions is not going to make or break the backbone of American manufacturing).

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "jtrealtywebspannet" <jtrealty@...> wrote:
> My post was in response to Martin's. I didn't start the discussion about Chinese products. If you still insist people should convert to carburetors so Americans can keep their jobs you are "Way Out There". It is not that I don't *like* your carburetor conversions, you promote it as a better alternative to fixing up the original fuel delivery system. We have a difference of opinion. I prefer to keep the car as original as practical. You seem to go out of your way to make the car seem like it was a poorly designed POS, figure out another way to do it, and then promote it and encourage EVERYONE to modify their car as you did. Not everyone is interested in hacking their car up. This discussion is not about "Made in America". It is about Bill Robertson and his wonderful improvements to the Delorean. I am sure you will have some snappy comeback but it can't change the basic facts.
> David Teitelbaum


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