Re: [DMCForum] Re: Acura NSX, anyone?
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: Acura NSX, anyone?



I take your point, but again, just a friendly warning. The Esprit is a 
low volume high performance car and Lots Of Trouble Usually Serious 
definitely applies.

They go like the wind though...

Martin

Ryan Wright wrote:

>No, nothing to do with availability of parts - I meant less parts to
>replace in the short term.
>
>For example, when I bought my DeLorean, everything was original and as
>such, everything was shot. Not an excessive amount of miles or
>anything, just old age. Brakes, clutch, shocks, hoses, radiator (damn
>those plastic hose bibs), the list goes on and on.
>
>A newer car would not have these problems. See, there was nothing
>wrong with all of these items on my car - they weren't worn from use
>or abuse - they were just old, brittle, and falling apart more from
>lack of use and age than anything else.
>
>-Ryan
>  
>




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