<VV> Virtual Vairs, Vol 18, Issue 38, Msg 2 - Humor

WillSmithTFPOCAllenTexas TheFreshPrinceofCorvair at comcast.net
Wed Jul 12 01:15:07 EDT 2006

Message: 2
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 19:56:00 -0600 (MDT)
From: Geoffrey A Johnson <geoffj at unm.edu>
Subject: Re: <VV> Interior Installation Tips

...For a headliner, get ready to swear alot...

And, keep quality workmanship in the forefront during headliner installation...do better work than the factory did on a Cad in the 60s...the customer was complaining loudly to the Fisher Body Rep about poor trim quality...the customer had taken the headliner trim strips off and was ready for the Rep's inspection and some good GM Customer Satisfaction...the complaint...there were 13 staples holding the headliner in on the left side, but only 12 on the right side...the Rep fixed the problem with complete professionalism...he opened his pocket knife and removed the xtra staple on the left side while the customer watched in disbelief...the customer was not real pleased with the fix, but this was before PC Customer Service was invented so he had to live with it. Life used to be soooo simple!

Will Smith, "The Fresh Prince of Corvair"
WANTED: 66 Monza vert, 110, pg, white top, no rust, great condition, driver, for Parade Duty and taking kids for a ride in something they've never seen, plus playing "Find The Motor".

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