kaczmarek at charter.net
Fri Dec 31 12:04:18 EST 2010
Jobber---in the vernacular of the auto parts world has more than one
An Independent Parts house usually still carries one line of "hard
Parts"---Alt's, AC compressors, starters, etc. So if an independent
carries say, Carquest Parts but is not a franchisee, he is known as a
Many parts houses consider their commercial accounts---the repair shops,
dealerships etc that they service outside their through thru the door retail
business is their "jobber" business.
People that are independent distributors of Amsoil and other such products
are known as "jobbers for Amsoil".
That should very well muck it up for everyone.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Wrsssatty at aol.com>
To: <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Friday, December 31, 2010 11:33 AM
Subject: <VV> "Jobber"?
> Not sure what a "Jobber" is but it reminds me of the Corvair-era lyrics
> from a Beatles song, "You Never Give Me Your Money"on the "Abbey Road"
> Any jobber got the sack,
> Monday morning, turning back,
> Yellow lorry slow, no where to go
> Didn't know what a jobber was then and don't know what it is now.
> ~Bill Stanley
> <the new Jobber
> classic car calander from NAPA not only has a Corvair on the cover but
> others inside as well. If you aren't running a shop that deals with NAPA
> you may find this one hard to get. Their regular showroom customer
> is nothing special to us.
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