<VV> An Internship of Sorts

J R Read_HML hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Thu Jul 1 23:49:18 EDT 2010

Well Travis,

You've got a great attitude and a GREAT middle name.  You probably are not 
aware that the power at GM behind the existence of Corvair is/was a 
gentleman by the name of Edward Cole.

Maybe it is destiny that brought you to that Greenbrier?

Later, JR

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Travis Thayer" <cmdoptesc.pwnt at gmail.com>
To: <corvanatics at corvair.org>; <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2010 8:30 PM
Subject: <VV> An Internship of Sorts

> Hey there folks,
> Does anyone out there know of a Corvair guy (or I suppose general classic
> car restorer) around the San Francisco Bay Area who would be interested in
> an extra hand helping with projects? I figure if I'm here all summer I 
> might
> as well do something productive. I have my own transportation, I'm capable
> of driving some distance, and I am more than willing not to work for pay 
> but
> simply to get experience working on Corvairs!
> I have a fair amount of free time, and would really appreciate the
> opportunity to learn from someone who knows what they're doing. So if 
> you've
> got a friend out there who wouldn't mind trading his knowhow for my
> hardworking labor, please give him/her my phone number. I would greatly
> appreciate anything that comes of this!
> Thanks
> Travis C. Thayer - (415) 320-3742
> [Travis Cole Thayer]
> "Classifying mathematical problems as linear or non-linear is like
> classifying the universe as bananas and non-bananas."

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