[DML] Re: DeLorean Sighting on Raising Hope
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[DML] Re: DeLorean Sighting on Raising Hope

The smoke from the front grill was super ridiculous. It got a laugh out of me.

I am certain the Raising Hope producers intentionally put dust all over the DeLorean. The story required it to be a "diamond in the rough." The story would not have worked if the DeLorean was spotless and ran smoothly.

Also, that DeLorean's interior and doors looked good. A realistic depiction of a "diamond in the rough" DeLorean would have shown drooping doors, sagging headliners, cracked seats and dashboard, and a broken cargo net. As shown, that DeLorean was simply dusty - - - and in need of a tune-up.

- Mike Substelny
  VIN 1280 for nearly 30 years.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Kevin Abato  wrote:
> In the show, before they try to drive 88, Virgina mentioned the engine did
> not sound like it was running right.
> During the process to get to 88, the car appears to be having major issues
> around 75mph, and Virginia screams that they are going to fly apart.
> Then at the failed attempt to reach 88mph, the car appears to be
> overheating/smoking.....from the FRONT GRILL when they stop.   :(
> Most of this I can accept as creative writing for humor, etc.   But at
> least have the car cleaned!!!


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