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> wrote in message
> On Sun, 20 Mar 2005 20:22:14 -0500, "pick one" <try again!> wrote:
>>A web article as proof? The very same web article that some in the NG used to
>>poke holes in the same web article? Just how low do go in your stupidity? Is
>>there no bottom? Why don't you get the information from your "old teach"?
>>he can help you form a concise and well thought out paragraph on how a plugged
>>exhaust will cause engine damage. Show your advanced training that your
>>supposedly received in the states. A "typical communist yankee teck"? Why
>>you go to a communist country to learn your trade if where you live is so much
>>better on all accounts by your statements?
> u showed no proof
> that article was written by a FORD master teck
> as for communist
> why do you work for the man
> in a free enterprise economy?
> hurc ast
Vincent Ciulla has been a professional automotive technician for over 30 years
and is a certified master technician with experience in both domestic and
foreign cars and light trucks.
Experience: He has been a shop foreman in a BMW-Nissan-Volkswagen dealership
overseeing the training of the techs in that shop and providing help with any
special problems or diagnostics that develop. He has also been a lead technician
of a large Nissan-Porshe-Ferrari-Lotus dealership overseeing a team of
technicians and performing quality control on all serviced vehicles. He also has
many years of experience working on passenger car diesel engines.
Education: He has been factory-trained by Ford, General Motors and Chrysler, as
well as BMW, Nissan and Mercedes Benz. He has also attended hundreds of seminars
and clinics for everything from anti-freeze to Z-bars as well as new model
classes for every major make of automobile.
From Vince Ciulla: "Fixing your own car can be a fun and satisfying experience.
I will show you how to fix your car correctly and safely, and have fun doing it.
There's nothing like the feeling of doing a job well and having a person come
back and say, 'My car has never run this good, Thanks.' I want to help you get
that same feeling."
He is not an engineer. Not sure what a "teck" is, I don't do well with cave man
grunt. I see no reference to his being a Ford master, I do see reference to
being called just a certified master. No reference to ASE or if he is Ford
Master BMW master. Being that he went to Ford service schools, GM schools, and
Chrysler among three others he has not been at one dealership long enough to be
a master status at any of the manufactures.