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I am thankful that a new generation is learning an appreciation for car wrenching and building from their school, but am saddened to think that this is no longer being handed down from Father to Son. That is where and how I learned and it built the relationship that we still have today.
My father passed away much too early but some of my best memories are of us working together on cars. Drag racing was his hobby so he spent every waking moment doing something in that regards. He taught me a lot but sadly, I rarely do my own work anymore. With the exception of the inevitable bloody knuckle and manifold burn, I miss it from time to time.
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