[DML] Re: DCS'12 (photo links)
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[DML] Re: DCS'12 (photo links)

Since it appears the DCS 2012 Florida link is not yet available
in the "History" section of the DeLorean Car Show website yet,
I thought I would post a link and give a shout out to Kevin
for another job well done, taking photos of everything at DCS.


As of now, it looks like 3 out of 6 of the photo galleries have
been added so far, with the other 3 to be filled as time permits.

Kevin has a very good eye for taking great DeLorean photos, so if
you missed the show, check out his photos (and buy a few too).

Great job again Kevin.  Your efforts are very much appreciated.

Rich W.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, kKoncelik@... wrote:
> I agree with Rich I also added 4 new tires on my flat bed and two new tires on my covered hauler but lost one tire on the way down and had to replace it,
> in addition to repacking both of these trailers with wheel bearings.
> Bottom line
> Those that did not go to the show missed it.
> Those that did go had a great time 
> Thanks everyone for making this a success and if it were not for people like Rich, Cliff, Tony and others you would never get the opportunity to see what was in Florida.
> Hey Rich DCS 2014 is only 5 hours from Chicago.  It will be easier on both of us.
> Ken
> -----Original Message-----
> From: d_rex_2002 <rich@...>
> To: dmcnews <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Wed, Jun 20, 2012 12:58 pm
> Subject: [DML] Re: DCS'12 (fuel costs)
> Although I do get slightly better fuel mileage than Ken K.,
> averaging at least 10 mpg with both tow vehicles for DCS 12,
> I still racked up about $600 per vehicle, per route, to and
> from DCS in FL from the Chicago area, taking the long route.
> Since I avoided the Smokey Mountains, my route, each way was
> about 1600 miles (for the two vehicles, with heavy trailers)
> and about 28 hours driving, each way.  Even the $2400 fuel
> cost may be cheaper than flying 8 people to Orlando, FL.
> After the 15 inches of rain in Pensacola the week before DCS,
> I also decided to install new tires on the F350 Ext. Dually
> before the trip, so it added another $1200 for 6 truck tires
> but they worked well in the rain in Memphis and Jackson, MS.
> Later,
> Rich W.
> snip <


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