<VV> RE: Re: Shhhh...'60 questions (humor)

Stephen Upham contactsmu@sbcglobal.net
Wed, 11 Aug 2004 23:49:10 -0500

Perhaps a request for a Corvair power steering unit/belt could be our 
next mischief  . . .  hee, hee, hee.

Stephen Upham
Dallas, Texas

Mid prod. #18732 -1965 Monza sedan 110, Sierra Tan - Saddle, PG, A/C, 
original AM/FM, clock, tint, oil bath air filter, w/ 77K

Corvairium II

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Reply-To: mopar@jbcs2.net
From: "mopar@jbcs2.net" <mopar@jbcs2.net>
To: virtualvairs@corvair.org
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 15:09:23 -0400
Subject: <VV> RE: Re: Shhhh...'60 questions

Like the time I had an auto parts guy that I really didn't like. I 
some parts for the garage I worked for, over the phone. Wasted almost a
half hour on the phone with him as he was pretty lame and didn't know 
about cars. After I was done, I ordered one other part he could look up 
order for later in the week. A water pump for my 65 Corvair.
I guess he wasted almost an hour trying to find one in the parts books,
before his boss found out about it and called my boss, really pissed. We
laughed so hard, thought we would die........................

Gary swiatowy

Subject: Re: <VV> Re: Shhhh...'60 questions
To: alan.wesson@atlas.co.uk, virtualvairs@corvair.org, tonyu@roava.net

Tony and Alan,
        That reminds me of the time many years ago when a persistent
tried to sell my wife an antifreeze special he was promoting.  She told 
she didn't think it was for her car, but her kept persisting.  So she 
that she would buy some but only IF he showed her just where to put it 
car, parked right outside.  (Now she well knew very well that her 
air cooled and didn't use any antifreeze or even water, for that matter,
she couldn't resist.(:-)  He followed her out of the store, took one 
at the
Corvair, muttered some expletive under his breath and disappeared back 
his store.
        My wife gleefully recounted the tale to me later that evening.
        Frank "long memory for some things" Burkhard