[DML] Re: Clarification regarding source and ownership of "The Illustrat
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[DML] Re: Clarification regarding source and ownership of "The Illustrated Buyer's Guide to DeLorean Automobiles"

My point being that anything anybody does that IMPROVES the legacy or performance(for example Bills carb setup..no matter how much some people might hate him) and DMCH's MANY MANY improved Products..and even the Shade tree Delorean Enthusiast who discovers a better way to do something or modify something for a better performance  on a Delorean..is a welcome addition and should be commended and ALWAYS a asset to the delorean community for their time and effort.

I consider your book a Vast improvement over what was out there Before.. which in a nut shell was just a checklist and places like the DML and others..until you explained your how and why..I assumed it was just another paid for DMCH venture.. such as remaking SSI(stainless steel illusions)for their business bottom line

I really have to commend you for taking YOUR FREE TIME..and putting in all that effort to helping the Newbies,and the not so mechanically inclined..to not end up with a lemon or a money pit Delorean..when going out in the market to seek out their future Delorean  by putting out this book..and I am sure you really enjoyed doing it anyway..haha)

It was something that was needed for a very long time and a great asset to the Delorean Community..and Thanks for clearing up the misinformation. And I truly am sorry for any misinformation that I might have caused.

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--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, James Espey <deloreanguide@...> wrote:
> To clarify some incorrect statements regarding the book - I am the author,
> having written the book in my off time over the past 8 years or so. I took
> the majority of the photos in the book of cars of either cars DMCH owned or
> in some cases, cars that belonged to owners (Tony Ierardi's beautiful
> concours car, for the most part). A handful of other photos were supplied
> by Dave Swingle, Phil Peters, Gary Weaver, Kevin Abato and Tony for items
> that I needed.
> The book is not a product of DMCH, though it is sold by DMCH. That said, it
> is also sold via Amazon, Barnes and Noble, eBay and at the moment DMC
> Midwest and DMC Florida. I expect it to be available in more places in the
> coming weeks.
> I appreciate all the thoughtful comments, private emails and phone calls in
> support of this project. Educating future owners, and even helping existing
> owners, to learn more about the car will only benefit us all in the long
> run.
> James Espey
> http://www.deloreanguide.com
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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