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Subject: [DML] Digest Number 474
Date: Monday, March 26, 2001 4:41 AM

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There are 19 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

1. Re: Hello list

2. Re: Fan Shroud

3. Thank you all
From: Les Huckins <>

4. Re: Re: more info on my car...
From: "chris" <>

5. RE: more info on my car...
From: "Scott Mueller" <>

6. Attn: Les Huckins (was Hello List)
From: George Liquor <>

7. RE: grinding noise
From: "Scott Mueller" <>

8. Re: Thank you all

9. Windows don't close properly

10. Re: Beware of Jag Shop - PLEASE READ

11. Re: grinding noise

12. Now we need a name
From: Les Huckins <>

13. Re: Windows don't close properly
From: "Hank Eskin" <>

14. loose steering

15. Re: Now we need a name

16. Just got my first DeLorean
From: "Jason G." <>

17. Heated Side Mirrors???
From: "Jim Reeve" <>

18. Re: Windows don't close properly

19. Re: loose steering

Message: 1
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2001 22:03:02 -0000
Subject: Re: Hello list

Les and Group, I can start building this info on the web site if 
people want to feed me the info.I can create a new page for it.
John hervey

--- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., Les Huckins <jhuckins_at_dml_c...> wrote:
> Two months ago was my D-day 1.  I'm a pretty fair hand at stumbling
> around a computer (actually I run a backyard computer business) and 
> done a lot of mechanicals.  Whatever it is, I've done it, from 
> the speedometer to inside the differential, I've been there.  
> I've met is like the D.
> Here's what I'm getting at, I would very much like to have known 
that I
> shouldn't have lifted up one corner of the car with a floor jack 
> I did it.  I also wish I had known that those screws in the tail 
> assemblies were not Philips before I messed up the heads a little..
> I'm lobbying for helping the next guys, a section called "Start up
> facts" or "First facts" or something along those lines.  FAQ 
doesn't get
> it, that only told me what grade of gasoline to use.
> Here's the question, do you agree that it's a good idea?  Will you
> contribute?  If you think it's a good idea and If you'll kick in 
> I'll do the grunt work.
> This is strictly for startup, the real problems will continue to be
> addressed by the list.
> Let me know, aye or nay, I'm not going to push it, I've got mine, 
but I
> don't want to be one of those who says save the trees, once his own
> house is built.
> Les


Message: 2
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2001 22:09:42 -0000
Subject: Re: Fan Shroud

Mike, I think they are about $120.00 at DMC Houston new.
John hervey

--- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., "The Atkinson Family" <mikeatk_at_dml_c...> wrote:
> Hey Group,
> Does anybody have a in good condition used fan shroud for sale.  
Mine is
> busted on the right hand side and have decided it's time to replace 
> Thanks
> Mike Atkinson
> vin 16232
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Message: 3
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2001 15:49:24 -0800
From: Les Huckins <>
Subject: Thank you all

Enough interested responses so that it can be considered a valid
concept.  Now, how do I say this without hurting anyone's feelings.
This is a primer I'm considering, not a subjective how to do it.  As
much as I admire John Hervey and appreciate his offer, I prefer it on
the list area some place.   I want a summation, a compilation of ideas
on any given entity, not an article written by an individual.  A
consensus by the majority of what works best and how to do it.  I don't
envision a whole lot of topics, rather the basics well covered, easy to
find and easy to understand.  I'm sure you remember that a camel was a
horse designed by committee.