[DMCForum] Re: Now isn't that interesting?
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[DMCForum] Re: Now isn't that interesting?

How do you know that this actually comes from Ed Bernstein?

As far as someone saying something nice about Ed Bernstein, I met him
in LA Expo 1998, seemed nice enough. I've never dealt with him or
DeLorean1 though...Although I suppose he would be on his best
behaviour when surrounded by his most trusted customers.

Most of the people there were very nice, but some were blind, they
were on the "DeLorean-1 is the only place to service your DeLorean if
you respect it" bandwagon.

This arguement holds no water at all. If anyone really wanted the
best place to bring their car, they should bring it to the only shop
left in the country in operation today that was an original
dealership - PJ Grady. I was very impressed with Rob and the work
that he and Pat did on my car. Really nice guys too. I buy all my
parts there, only going elsewhere (DMCHouston) if they do not have
what I want, e.g. sunshade for windscreen (great product btw!).

Anyway, is there any proof that this actually is Ed Bernstein??


--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Andrei Cular" <andreic@xxxx> wrote:
> I really hope you ignored most of that.
> I probably will be pulling up in my Porsche.  I have a friend who
> Lambo kit cars if anyone would like to drive one of them up... You
a get few
> Lambo, Porsche, and Ferraris mixed in with the D's that pure sex
> Maybe add a new GT40, an old Lincoln convertible with suicide
doors, and a
> pink '59 caddy.
> > out, Ken could have some really good looking dudes drive-up in
> Porsches,
> > Ferraris and Lamborghinis and see who the kool looking babe
selects. Now
> that's
> > sex appeal!
> Andrei

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