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Subject: [DML] Digest Number 538
Date: Thursday, May 10, 2001 7:28 AM

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There are 19 messages in this issue.

Topics in this digest:

1. Re: Warm-up Regulator?
From: jtrealty_at_dml_webspan.net

2. Re: (unknown)
From: dherv10_at_dml_aol.com

3. Re: 5th gear grind
From: srubano_at_dml_optonline.com

4. Re: windshield washer pump
From: Peter Lucas <lucas_at_dml_imap.maya.com>

5. (unknown)
From: srubano_at_dml_optonline.com

6. RE: taillight lens reflectors
From: Darryl Tinnerstet <darryl_at_dml_techline.com>

7. Re: Warm-up Regulator?
From: srubano_at_dml_optonline.com

8. One hell of a summer job
From: "Aaron C." <slider_ten_at_dml_hotmail.com>

9. DeLorean Canada
From: "Kevin Rawlings" <delorean_at_dml_canada.com>

10. Re: Digest Number 536
From: petleech_at_dml_aol.com

11. $8,900 Delorean on Ebay 29,xxx miles
From: "Hotmail" <sheilaridez_at_dml_hotmail.com>

12. Re: Re: High RPM when hot
From: "chris" <chris_at_dml_internets.freeserve.co.uk>

13. Re: 5th gear grind
From: jtrealty_at_dml_webspan.net

14. 5th gear grind
From: "Ryan Foster" <westiething_at_dml_hotmail.com>

15. Re: Warm-up Regulator?
From: DMCVegas_at_dml_lvcm.com

16. Reminder - DeLorean Eurofest 2001 - Details
From: dmcnews_at_dml_yahoogroups.com

17. DMC receives TCCOA attention
From: Trevor L Johnson <comet4055_at_dml_juno.com>

18. Bowie Maryland British Car Day
From: senatorpack_at_dml_cs.com

19. Marc Goldstone/Automatic transmission computer
From: senatorpack_at_dml_cs.com





Message: 1
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 13:59:28 -0000
From: jtrealty_at_dml_webspan.net
Subject: Re: Warm-up Regulator?

I would not minimize the dangers in working on the fuel system. On the 
Delorean the fuel is pressurized to about 100 psi. In addition to the 
possibility of pressure injecting it into you skin or eyes even a 
small leak will instantly vaporize and in the right proportions of air 
not only can burn but is explosive. There are also the health hazards 
of contact and inhalation. A small static spark is all of the energy 
necessary to create an inferno destroying car, house, and you. If you 
read the magazines relating to the car hobby you read about someone 
at least once a year who got himself into trouble with gasoline. 
Without appreciating the tremendous danger inherent in handling fuel 
many people won't take the proper precautions. If someone is not 
familiar with the safety procedures involved I would not recommend 
working on the fuel system.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 


--- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., dherv10_at_dml_a... wrote:
> Kevin, I'm not trying to make a mechanic out of you. But I have been 
> working on cars like a lot of us out here, and I have never included 
> a fire extguisher as part of my tool kit. Yes, I have a couple in 
the 
> house and at the office. But, If you handle gas with respect and 
read 
> a little about what you want to do in the workshop manuel and don't 
> do something dum like smoking around the gas, then it will be no 
more 
> of a problem than filling up your gas tank in the car with gas. Did 
> you know that metal to metal can make a spark to ignite gas, but 
when 
> was the last time you heard of someone blowing up a service station 
> when getting a fill up.To many people throw around fire, fire, fire 
a 
> lot to scare people.
> John Hervey
> Fire Chief of Forney, Texas
> www.specialTauto.com
> Your De Lorean Parts Store.
> 
> 
> 
>   --- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., "Kevin Abato" <delorean_at_dml_a...> wrote:
> > I had the car in at PJ Gradys about 4 weeks ago, and Rob told me 
> that my
> > regulator was almost/or is shot, and I would need a new one.  I 
> figured if
> > this is not a hard thing to do, perhaps I could take a crack at it 
> (Rob...if
> > you are reading this..please do not cringe!  :)  ) and see if I 
> could do it
> > myself with my limited skills.  I was about ready to do it after 
> last nights
> > post, but then I saw the warning about the gas lines, and having a 
> fire
> > extinguisher ready, and now I am a little nervous again.  I might 
> just leave
> > it for Rob to do when I take the car in again in June for my AC.
> > 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: jtrealty_at_dml_w... [mailto:jtrealty_at_dml_w...]
> > Subject: [DML] Re: Warm-up Regulator?
> > 
> > 
> > Before you go replacing the control pressure regulater what are 
your
> > symptoms? Did you verify voltage and a good connection at the 
black
> > plug? Did you make sure that the short vent hose is not
> > kinked-blocked? There was a post a while back about someone who 
had 
> a
> > problem with his regulater so he disassembled it and found a 
spider
> > inside. After cleaning and reassembly he was fine!
> > David Teitelbaum
> > vin 10757




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Message: 2
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 09:55:55 EDT
From: dherv10_at_dml_aol.com
Subject: Re: (unknown)

Adam, The question is, do you work on cars or will you have to take it to a 
shop to have everything done. 7 to 8k would be a good price if he will let go 
of it for that, but figure you will have to spend that much or more to bring 
it up to good reliable driving  condition. Most shops are around 65+ per 
hour. You will save a lot of time and headack if you could try to find one in 
better condition. Fuel system distributors  are very expensive if it need 
that. Even rebuilt. I could name off a list of parts and things that would 
need to be checked and more than likly replaced, but it would be several 
pages. Good luck.????
John Hervey
www.specialTauto.com



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Message: 3
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 14:56:48 -0000
From: srubano_at_dml_optonline.com
Subject: Re: 5th gear grind

There are a few things that may cause this and they are as follows;

1. The plastic fluid line is softening as it gets hot and expands. 
This will cause shifting problems and/or grinding. Replace this with 
the Stainless Steel braided clutch line that the Delorean vendors 
carry. If you don't want to change the clutch line another 
alternative is to buy PJ Grady's Hardcore Master clutch cylinder. He 
has these rebuilt and has them bored out to a larger diameter with a 
larger piston to allow for more displacement of fluid to compensate 
for the expansion of the plastic clutch line when it gets warm. Give 
him a call and he'll explain it to you in detail. 

2. The fluid needs changing ESPECIALLY if it's 20 years old and/or 
the car has high mileage. If you change the fluid I would recommend 
using Synthetic Gear oil. I have heard from a few people who have 
used it saying that it allowed for smoother shifting. Also the 
Synthetic won't "sludge" up in cold weather where you would have to 
wait for the car to warm up as long before putting it into drive.

I currently have the Stainless Steel line, PJ Grady's Hardcore Master 
clutch cylinder and have Synthetic gear oil in my tranny.

Steve

--- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., Roland Barmettler <roli_at_dml_d...> wrote:
> Hi Ryan, hi all
> 
> Ryan Foster wrote:
> > 
> > But I noticed that when I first start driving When I shift into
> > 5th gear it goes smoothly. Well after driving for awhile and 
everythings
> > warm It gets a little grind shifting into 5th gear. Do you think 
the Tranny
> > fluid need to be changed? Any info or ideas would be great.
> 
> Interesting. I have a very similar Problem, only that it's more with
> the lower gears and reverse.
> Also after driving a while (especially in hot weather), I experience
> increasing difficulties in shifting into the reverse, 1st and 2nd.
> It gets that bad that the gear does not sync anymore in rev and 1st,
> what ugly noise! It gets better if I then shift into neutral and
> sort of "pump" with the clutch pedal a few times before trying 
again.
> I had the transmission oil changed, but it didn't help... :-(
> Perhaps it's something with the clutch ?
> 
> I also would be thankful for any ideas.
> 
> Greetings,
> Roland
> 
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
------
> Roland Barmettler - roli_at_dml_D... - http://www.DeLorean.ch - VIN #11512




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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 10:20:44 -0400
From: Peter Lucas <lucas_at_dml_imap.maya.com>
Subject: Re: windshield washer pump

I have had good success in rebuilding (actually just cleaning) the 
pump. A typical failure mode is that the holes on the bottom of the 
reservoir cover get clogged and the pump spends a few years sitting 
in water getting rusty.  It is not difficult to completely 
disassemble the pump/motor assembly and clean everything up. You have 
to carefully unbend the little tabs that keep it together. Use light 
sandpaper to remove the rust from everything. Pay special attention 
to the motor brush holders and commutator surfaces (don't scratch 
them up).  Lubricate lightly and put it all back together. I bet it 
will be good as new.

While you are at it, drill a few more drain holes in the bottom of the cover.

--pete lucas
    VIN #06703

At 7:07 PM -0400 5/8/01, senatorpack_at_dml_cs.com wrote:
>Anyone ever have to replace the windshield washer pump?
>
>Sincerely,
>Mike Pack



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Message: 5
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 15:12:56 -0000
From: srubano_at_dml_optonline.com
Subject: (unknown)

The rule of thumb is always this....Calculate the cost of parts that 
you think it would need and add that to the cost of the car that YOU 
would pay for it. If it exceeds $15,000....then it's not worth 
it...there are plenty of Good running Deloreans that need very 
little, if any, work done to them that start from $15,000 and up. I 
bought my "Basket case" car for $8000.00 and after all the parts I 
bought for it the total came to $14,000....I will have a pratically 
brand new car when I am done with it.

If it was oil on the ground under where the tranny and engine meet, 
it could be the rear main crank seal on the engine that is leaking. 
That would require taking the tranny out to replace it.

If the car indeed has a fuel contamination and she started the car, 
she may have caused some more problems. Pushing contaminated fuel 
through the system (sludged) can clog the injectors and /or fuel 
distributor amongst other fuel system parts.

Go onto any of the Delorean vendors websites to reference prices of 
parts. Most of the vendors have special kits for the Delorean of the 
most common needed parts for a car that has been in storage for some 
time. Better yet, give them a call and ask them for some advice on 
what to look for and make a check list for yourself. That way when 
you go back to look at it you'll be prepared.

When a door droops, it's more than likley that it is the struts. Very 
rare is that it needs the torsion bars adjusted.

Steve

--- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., "Adam Ska" <kingskalar_at_dml_d...> wrote:
<SNIP>
>I dont' want to buy something that is going to be irrepairable or 
cost
> me more money than its worth, and I'd like an expert's opinion 
> 
<SNIP>
to
> arrive.  Neverthless, his daughter let me into the garage where it
> was.
> 
> and there it was, in its gleaming stainless-steel beauty.. although 
on
> blocks!
> 
> .. I critiqued the outside.. it was an early 81'  with a grooved 
hood
> and gas flap, there was a small ding in the hood. the door had a few
> key scratches. it also had one of those thin stripes with the DMC
> logo.
> 
>  When I opened the door, the door drooped a little, but stayed 
open. 
> Some piece immediately fell out of the car and hit the floor. an
> armrest of some sort?
> 
> the car was an automatic, with 65,000 miles the odo.
> 
<SNIP>
> again... 
> 
> I grimaced and told her I thought the fuel could be contaminated..
> 
> the car also looked like it needed new tires.. and after i got out,
> there was a small drop of oil underneath the transmission 
> 
> 
> at any rate, it looked very sad in the garage was in, up on 
blocks.. 
> I would love to take it home and restore it to original condition.
> 
> 
> the man wants $14,000 for it, 
<SNIP>
> 
> If no more problems show up, I think I may offer him $7000, but not
> more than 8K.
> 
> what do you guys think? would I be overpaying? or is this a lost
> cause?
> 
> 
> Thanks
> -Adam




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Message: 6
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 11:26:29 -0700
From: Darryl Tinnerstet <darryl_at_dml_techline.com>
Subject: RE: taillight lens reflectors

Robert said "The new taillights should come with the reflectors in them."

New old stock (NOS) replacement lenses (#108358/9, $90 each) do not include
reflectors unless the seller has added the $20.84 #108361 reflector to them,
which I believe the warehouse does (which accounts for their higher price).
The #100436/7 taillight assemblies do include the reflector, original
circuit board, seal and bulbs.

-- 
Darryl Tinnerstet
Specialty Automotive
McCleary, WA
 




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Message: 7
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 15:32:54 -0000
From: srubano_at_dml_optonline.com
Subject: Re: Warm-up Regulator?


[moderator's note: I think we're all in agreement that one should excercise care when working on the fuel system. Unless there's more to be said I'll refrain from posting anymore repetative items saying the same thing again and again.] 


If you are indeed a REAL fire chief.....WHAT %*_at_dml_# fire school did you 
go too???? 

If there is a leak from any of the fuel lines and it drips onto a HOT 
exhaust manifold or exhaust pipe....what do you think it would do? 
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE. I used to be a Fireman and most car fires (except 
for the ones that were stolen and purposely set on fire) were due to 
a gas leak under the hood OR leaks from anywhere in the fuel system. 
Whether it was dripping onto a hot exhaust pipe OR it was leaking and 
ANY spark ignited it (even static electricity!). If the ignition 
wires are faulty where it's leaking the high voltage through it's 
insulation and arching to the engine block with a gas leak, break out 
the marshmallows. If the gas does not ignite while dripping onto a 
very hot surface like the exhaust manifold, it will create dangerous 
noxious/explosive fumes as it evaporates.

I'm not saying "Every go out and buy a fire extinguisher" just that 
if you feel uneasy working with the fuel system, leave it to a 
professional.

No one on this list is here to scare people.

Steve Rubano
"Post responsibly"

--- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., dherv10_at_dml_a... wrote:
> Kevin, I'm not trying to make a mechanic out of you. But I have 
been 
> working on cars like a lot of us out here, and I have never 
included 
> a fire extguisher as part of my tool kit. Yes, I have a couple in 
the 
> house and at the office. But, If you handle gas with respect and 
read 
> a little about what you want to do in the workshop manuel and don't 
> do something dum like smoking around the gas, then it will be no 
more 
> of a problem than filling up your gas tank in the car with gas. Did 
> you know that metal to metal can make a spark to ignite gas, but 
when 
> was the last time you heard of someone blowing up a service station 
> when getting a fill up.To many people throw around fire, fire, fire 
a 
> lot to scare people.
> John Hervey
> Fire Chief of Forney, Texas
> www.specialTauto.com
> Your De Lorean Parts Store.
> 




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Message: 8
Date: Tue, 08 May 2001 13:32:30 -0000
From: "Aaron C." <slider_ten_at_dml_hotmail.com>
Subject: One hell of a summer job



  Greetings Delorean owners,

  Well I've come to the conclusion that I cannot have a Delorean any time 
soon due to my age and having no money... but that hasn't stopped me from 
persuing the dream.

  I was thinking to myself the other day and remembered that I live on Long 
Island.  PJ Grady is on Long Island.  Hmmmmm...could they use help?  
Maybe...  So I go down there.  Bingo!  They want to hire me!  So now I get 
to be around the car I want so desperately all day long and get to touch and 
(hopefully) drive them.  How exciting is that?

  I'd say thats one hell of a job for an enthusiast!  I hopefully start 
soon.  If anyone sees a young lookin college kid workin hard, feel free to 
say hello because it's a very happy guy who loves Deloreans.  Be well all.


   -Aaron C.
    VIN for Plymouth doesn't count.

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Message: 9
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 18:51:05 -0000
From: "Kevin Rawlings" <delorean_at_dml_canada.com>
Subject: DeLorean Canada

Hi again, DML'ers!

  Sorry if this seems like I'm spamming you, but I need to get this 
out.  IF YOU LIVE IN CANADA AND OWN A DELOREAN, PLEASE E-MAIL ME!!!  
I'm trying to set up an owners database of all the Canadian owners, 
so far I have Marvin, Barry and François in it, I KNOW there are more 
of you out there!  Please e-mail Kevin, delorean(at)canada.com!

Thanks,
Kevin
DRIVE STAINLESS
www.geocities.com/deloreancanada/




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Message: 10
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 17:56:20 EDT
From: petleech_at_dml_aol.com
Subject: Re: Digest Number 536

[ moderation note: the writer is refering to the question regarding the windshield washer pump.]

Yeah, did that just last week, its easy to get in and out, the problem is 
finding a replacement I had to do a little machining and retrofitting on a 
standard pump from Trak Auto and it works great now



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Message: 11
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 17:08:45 -0500
From: "Hotmail" <sheilaridez_at_dml_hotmail.com>
Subject: $8,900 Delorean on Ebay 29,xxx miles

Well, I have bitten the bullet and put my Delorean on ebay, it starts at $8,900 and can be viewed here:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=587965550
The car is a steal at that price with 29,000 miles on it.  I'm located in central ILLINOIS
I'm now taking a serious loss, but that's how it's got to be I guess.
Thanks,
Michael Schaefer



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Message: 12
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 23:09:09 +0100
From: "chris" <chris_at_dml_internets.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Re: High RPM when hot

I had high revs, about 2.5k, it turned out to be the connector going to the
idle speed thermal resistor. one of the pins had become dislodged and was
not making a connection. You need flexable hands to get under the intake
manafold and unclip it!

Chris Spratt
Vin 16327
----- Original Message -----
From: <DMCVegas_at_dml_lvcm.com>
To: <dmcnews_at_dml_yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 3:33 AM
Subject: [DML] Re: High RPM when hot


> If your cold start valve was open all the time, it would flood the
> engine untill it dies. It almost sounds as though your idle speed
> regulator is on the blink. When my idle speed circuit was down, I
> rigged everything up where I could set the idle manualy. When cold,
> the engine would idle about 800-900 RPM's. With the valve in the same
> position with the engine hot, the idle would jump to 1600 RPM's. If
> your idle is up around 3000 RPM's, then your idle speed motor is full
> open. 

> -Robert
> vin 6585





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Message: 13
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 13:43:12 -0000
From: jtrealty_at_dml_webspan.net
Subject: Re: 5th gear grind

Check the trans fluid level to make sure that it is full. It wouldn't 
hurt to change it. On a 5-speed the same fluid lubricates the final 
drive. Check the gear shift adjustments. If it still makes noise when 
in gear (not when actually shifting) then it is likely there is a bad 
bearing in the trans. If you have trouble when shifting then the 
problem is clutch related or an out of adjustment kinkage. If you 
haven't changed out the plastic clutch line now would be a good time. 
At the least flush out and refill with fresh DOT 4 Castrol GTLMA. 
Doing the brakes is also a good idea but be prepared to reseal the 
ENTIRE brake system. On many cars where the fluid is old and absorbed 
moisture, when flushed out the calipers start to leak.

--- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., "Ryan Foster" <westiething_at_dml_h...> wrote:
> Hi all,
>   Since I am still new at owning a DeLorean I may havesome really 
dumb 
> questions. But I noticed that when I first start driving When I 
shift into 
> 5th gear it goes smoothly. Well after driving for awhile and 
everythings  
> warm It gets a little grind shifting into 5th gear. Do you think the 
Tranny 
> fluid need to be changed? Any info or ideas would be great. Thanks!
> 
>                          Ryan- vin.#16301
> 
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Message: 14
Date: Wed, 09 May 2001 23:39:54
From: "Ryan Foster" <westiething_at_dml_hotmail.com>
Subject: 5th gear grind

Well, It only grinds when shifting into 5th gear, after it is warm. So I 
guess I'll start with the stainless clutch line then flush the system.
I know the person who owned it before me took very good care of this car it 
really is immaculate all over. Thanks for the info!

                         Ryan- vin.#16301

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Message: 15
Date: Thu, 10 May 2001 00:14:01 -0000
From: DMCVegas_at_dml_lvcm.com
Subject: Re: Warm-up Regulator?

[ Yet another moderator note: This is positively the last post on the fire thing. There's a bit more info here so I broke my word and posted it.]



I do agree that worries of DeLoreans catching fire do sometimes get 
blown a bit out of proportion. The DMC-12 is NOT a car that is 
naturally prone to either electrical or fuel fires. But it is always 
a good idea to carry a fire extinguisher in a vehicle. Chances are 
that you will probably never use it on your car. But come in handy 
one day if you use it on someone else's car.

I do think however that there should be some clarification reguarding 
gasoline/petrol and it's hazards. Both health and fire wise. For your 
personal safty, it is best not to come into contact with gasoline on 
your skin, or when you breath any fumes in. Asides from harmful 
agents, gas will suck the moisture right out of your hands leaving 
them dry, cracked, and even painfull. Trust me, I found out the hard 
way.

As for the flamability factor, don't light a cigarete, work in a well 
ventalated area, disconnect the battery, ground yourself to remove 
static electricity, etc... The main cause for concern with the 
DeLorean reguarding fire hazards are the copper seals that are used 
to connect fuel lines. No, there is not a thing wrong with the 
design. The seals work like this: When you tighten the bolts to the 
banjo fittings, the seals are above and below the banjo fitting. The 
seals are soft enough that when the bolts are screwed down, 
everything is compressed together. The metal in the bajo fittings 
will crush into the copper. This allows the coper to contour itself 
around the metal of the fitting in order to create a good seal. 
Problems arise when the seals are broken, and are then resued. Since 
the copper seal has already been crushed once, it cannot create a 
good seal again. This is where the fire hazard aspect comes into 
play. Gasoline can leak out spraying all over the hot engine and 
exhaust causing it to catch fire. That is why you can never under any 
circumstance reuse the copper seals. New seals are not expensive, nor 
are they any harder to install then the old ones were to remove.

I've never heard of someone blowing up an entire gas station while 
filling up. But I do know that static electricity can play a 
dangerous role. Fires can start from metal fuel containers being 
filled while sitting on bedliners that are not grounded properly. 
Thats why I ususally keep in contact with the stainless body panels 
to stay constantly grounded.

If you ever doubt your abilties to perform a repair on your car no 
matter what it is, your best best is to leave it to a qualified 
profesional that you trust. If you feel confident in yourself that 
you can perform the repair, you just need to be aware of everything. 
If gasoline/petrol is treated properly by way of heeding all warings 
and treating it carefully, then you will be safe and everything 
should be just fine. The best protection you can have isn't gloves, 
new seals, or even an extinguisher. It's knowlege.

-Robert
vin 6585



--- In dmcnews_at_dml_y..., dherv10_at_dml_a... wrote:
> Kevin, I'm not trying to make a mechanic out of you. But I have 
been 
> working on cars like a lot of us out here, and I have never 
included 
> a fire extguisher as part of my tool kit. Yes, I have a couple in 
the 
> house and at the office. But, If you handle gas with...
<SNIP>




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Message: 16
Date: 10 May 2001 07:02:01 -0000
From: dmcnews_at_dml_yahoogroups.com
Subject: Reminder - DeLorean Eurofest 2001 - Details


We would like to remind you of this upcoming event.

DeLorean Eurofest 2001 - Details 

Date: Thursday, May 24, 2001 
Time: All Day

Complete details and registration is available at:
http://www.delorean-owners.org/events/eurofest2001.html
 

 





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Message: 17
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 19:35:01 -0700
From: Trevor L Johnson <comet4055_at_dml_juno.com>
Subject: DMC receives TCCOA attention

A family member of mine has a T-Bird and on the Thunderbird/ Cougar club
of America's site the DMC is getting some attention
http://www.tccoa.com/miscbbs/ 
Its a good ways down, and they are very mis informed, Wouldn't it be nice
to show some more positive sides to this??? (you don't have to be a
member to post to their site...

Trevor Johnson
DMC #'s 4055 and 6974
www.geocities.com/dmc6974
www.deloreanstore.com
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Message: 18
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 23:05:01 EDT
From: senatorpack_at_dml_cs.com
Subject: Bowie Maryland British Car Day



This is a great British car show.  There are approximately 1000 cars in 
attendance, however the field is limited to 800 cars. The setting is British 
cars surrounding a suburban Washington, DC Lake. 
    We are trying to organize the Tucker Automobile collection for DeLorean 
attendees along with this event. Please view the previous years pictures and 
email me if you are planning to attend. 

http://www.delorean-owners.org/events/future.html


Sincerely,
Mike Pack
DOA 4743
VIN 3713



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Message: 19
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 23:25:43 EDT
From: senatorpack_at_dml_cs.com
Subject: Marc Goldstone/Automatic transmission computer

    

Is anyone familiar with the theory of reverse EMF occurring on the computer 
governor?
This theory was developed by Marc Goldstone and he wrote a substantial 
article on how to build a component to correct this phenomena from 
reoccurring.
    At the Mid Atlantic social in April, several DMC owners installed the 
devise he invented on their automatic DMC's.

If Marc Goldstone is on the list, or if someone can contact him, please email 
me.

Sincerely,
Mike Pack
VIN 3713



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