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Old 11-01-2013, 19:01   #1 (permalink)
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Have my son helping me in the garage. His first dash pull. Heater core on a acquaintances 95 mustang. Kind of a rough car but good practice for him.


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That's cool, my dad hated working on vehicles, so it was something we never got to share. (He died in 1992) Be thankful for what you have young man.
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Old 11-02-2013, 02:42   #3 (permalink)
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Looks like you two have it under control. I remember very well my step father and I rebuilding a few engines under the big oak tree when I was about that age. Learned a lot
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Good to see , seems to be enjoying himself.
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Old 11-02-2013, 06:23   #5 (permalink)
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He enjoys it when he's in the mood, or when there is money involved. I never had these opportunities as a kid so I make sure he has all the advantages I did not. He's picked up on auto Trans work pretty good for his age and is kind of running with that.


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Consider yourself very lucky you have a son to share that with, this is what I got:

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Actually, my daughter used to like to work with me on cars. They bought a 13 Fusion when they got back stateside and with the warranty they got on it, she's a little disappointed that she can't work on anything. Probably just as well, she's never worked on anything that complex on 4 wheels. Wings, maybe, not wheels.
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Hey the animals don't usually talk back or complain.


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Often tried to teach my son about cars , but not really interested or wanting to get his hands dirty . Suppose he had the attitude , why bother ? whilst Dads there to do whats needed . Likewise his best friend whose dad had his own plumbing business , didn't want to know.I remember my dad and uncle pulling engines out with a rope sling through a pole .
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This one does, and he's more likely steal your tools than help. Twice I had to take a screwdriver away from him... he earned his name the first week we had him: Bandit. I had preference to "Thieving Little Bastard" but it would fit on an ID tag.
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