You were several keystrokes ahead of me Duram! I completely agree. In the
world of Datsun Roadsters that we all know, what was done to this car was a
complete travesty. To the owner however, who was probably not privy to the
same parts and knowledge resources we take for granted, this was what he
imagined. I'm sure it made him happy to show it off to neighbors and
grandkids! The PO definitely showed some imagination <g>. To each his own.
----- Original Message -----
From: Duram Plummer <Duram@duram.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2000 8:56 PM
Subject: RE: special eBay roadster
> This car may be out of style but remember that someone spent a lot of time
> and effort to modify that roadster. If you look closely he has done a lot
> work to make that car nice to him. In my book I think it is great that
> people build what they like.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Guy [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2000 6:21 PM
> To: Mark van der Hoek
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: special eBay roadster
> Mark van der Hoek wrote:
> > Robin Krause wrote:
> > > You guys are such snobs. No one even mentioned the beautiful fit on
> > rag
> > > top!
> > >
> > "RAG" is the right word!
> > Hey, where are the dingle balls and purple lights in the fender
> > wells? And the "Lincoln" spare tire trunk deck? Gotta finish the
> > job here!
> > Like the cuuuustom tailights? Given the mentality that ie evidenced
> > here, the P.O. would probably say, "Kewel!"
> > Mark van der Hoek
> > Salt Lake City
> Dingle Balls? Sounds like a song we sing at Christmas..."dingle balls,
> dingle balls, dingle all the way". Dare I ask, what the flip are dingle
> balls? Oh, you roadster snobs just don't appreciate art when you see
> it. I mean....an automatic roadster...how coooool. All the rest of the
> stuff is just perfect. An automatic Roadster. It should have a Miata
> sticker on it. Who would notice?
> Tempe, AZ