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Thread: goodbye D&R

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    Re: goodbye D&R

    hmmm, sad indeed....i suppose as the market is shrinking and the demand for those lambos get less, eject before the fighter crashes.....

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    Re: goodbye D&R

    One would think that if the buyer of the company can reduce costs that it could survive. Don't know myself, but perhaps the current owners were not very good at controlling costs and expanding their market. ???

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    Re: goodbye D&R

    replica kit cars are generally not profitable for a normal business (with the exception of the "accepted" kits, being the Cobra and Lotus Super 7 replicas, and the GT40 to some degree). diablo kits may not have legal trouble like 355 kits but they arent mainstream enough where they would steadily sell for the next 15 years.
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