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Boat Builder Diesel Mechanic

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by GeezerWrench, Nov 10, 2021.

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  1. GeezerWrench

    GeezerWrench New Member

    Nov 10, 2021
    I'm new to the forum, so thought I'd introduce myself. I have been a Mechanic all my working life. Worked and was trained at a Caterpillar Dealership in San Diego in 1977. From there I went to Work for a Boat Builder , who I had Sea Trialed Boats for. Long Story Short ended up in Alaska in 1980 and ended up meeting up with some talented Fabricators and we formed a Company to do repair work on Boat engines, hulls, hydraulics and miscellaneous. From there we eventually started building Boats and I'm still at it. But love to play with old trucks, motorcycles, boats etc. I've been fortunate to know some pretty amazing Gearheads. I definitely do not know it all, and I'm here to learn and get answers to some questions I have,
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