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Old 12th February 2004, 04:51 PM   #1
pyager1 is offline pyager1  United States
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Hi everyone. I am a former automechanic that turned electronic technician. If anyone ever wants to get together over a coffe or beer. I am sure theres lots of audio to talk about
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Old 12th February 2004, 09:57 PM   #2
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Looks like you have the perfect skills for DIY-ing.
Here's a little coffee chat:
What cars did you work on?
I happen to own an old French Citroen CX. A nice black Limousine.
I call here my lady in black. She's sixteen now and in perfect condition. One day she will reach 25 and then be called an old-timer. I love the charm of the old French cars like the DS and CX.
Do you have those cars over there too?

Welcome to the DIY-world

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Old 13th February 2004, 02:21 AM   #3
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how's the skiing at Elk this year?
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Old 13th February 2004, 03:03 AM   #4
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Welcome Pyager1, I very new here myself. Where in NE Pa are you? I am probably NW of you, outside of Binghamton.

Hugo, I imagine Elk has been great. I know personally, Greek Peak has been.
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Old 13th February 2004, 01:21 PM   #5
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Hello, Hugo.
I don't know that car, I have
1969 Plymouth Road Runner w/ 440 sixpack auto 400HP
1973 Dodge Challenger w/318(CID) 4BBL auto 250HP?
1987 Dodge Conquest was 4cyl turbo now 318 V8 auto
1991 Plymouth Voyager 3.3L auto
1993 Izusu Rodeo 3.0L auto 4X4
1995 Dodge Stealth 3.0L DOHC 5spd 230HP
1998 Dodge Ram quad cab short box 318 auto
I worked at a lot of shops but the last one was a Chrysler dearler and I must say, the easiest to work on for me was the dodges. I have worked on almost all types of cars over the years but a few just never made it my way. At my last job I hurt my lower back (2nd time) and had it operated on. So I went to tech school for electronic technician and ended with a 3.98/4.0!! I have always worked on electronics before school as a hobbie so it was easy for me. You can see the 1969, 1973 and the 1987 on my web site at www.grandyager.us/yager.html
Thanks for the chat.
Pete
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Old 13th February 2004, 01:24 PM   #6
pyager1 is offline pyager1  United States
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Hi, JohnSz.
I live in Meshoppen and work in Johnson city for BAE systems. Come up rts 267 to 26 to 17. You can email me and maybe we can get together for a cup of coffee some time.
Let me know.
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