RE: [DML] Re: DeLorean Mechanic in Charlotte NC Area
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RE: [DML] Re: DeLorean Mechanic in Charlotte NC Area



Jeff,

We're always looking to add people to our staff with your kind of attitude.
Please E-mail me your resume privately or call to arrange an interview.

Rob Grady

P.J.Grady Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Jeff
Sent: Friday, July 29, 2005 9:26 PM
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [DML] Re: DeLorean Mechanic in Charlotte NC Area

Hey Gang,

I'd just like to add that I have recently been considering a 
relocation.  I'm interested in the possibility of working for a 
major DeLorean Service Center.  I know that alot of the top guys 
read these posts and I'd like to let them know that if they are 
looking for an experienced "DeLorean Only" Mechanic that it's a job 
I want to stick with and would love the opportunity to come onboard 
and be part of a winning team by Pheasant Run.  I want to further my 
knowledge of this specific vehicle craft and I feel I can bring alot 
to someones business as I have alot of great ideas for how to bring 
the DeLorean into the new bracket of owners who are purchasing these 
cars today and in alot of newer cases from the original owners.  I 
definitely want to preserve the original beauty of the car but add 
some new and interesting touches.

I'm pretty much available to travel anywhere for anyone who needs 
work on their cars in the coming months but would love to base with 
a group of already well established individuals.  I'll travel for 
any job interviews required. 

Hope to hear from you all soon,

Jeff in NC 




--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jeff Friday" 
<DeLorean_Type304@xxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> For those that don't know me my name is Jeff.  I recently had to 
part with 
> my 81 DeLorean Vin 5945 for various reasons but over the three 
years of 
> owning the car I did a 60% teardown and rebuild of various systems 
and 
> cosmetic areas.  I feel that I've become a quite compitent 
mechanic as I 
> worked closely on my car, Louie Goldens, Andy Grums and I helped 
Eric 
> Campbell select his BAE Turbo DeLorean earlier in the year.  That 
one was 
> quite a find.
> 
> I regret that I never participated in the DML until recently but 
now that I 
> am parting with my car (it'll be picked up end of this month) I 
want to get 
> even MORE active in the community to stay close to this wonderful 
> automobile.
> 
> I want to just get my name out there and for those that monitored 
Tamir's 
> DeLorean site you've seen the quality of my work and are probably 
familiar 
> with me.
> 
> I also recently designed and commissioned the build of a Carb 
Intake 
> Manifold (you may have seen it on eBay...so that was me.)
> 
> I've been helping owners with tech help in various mediums and 
service (Did 
> lots of adjustments to cars at a few local gatherings) and I want 
to 
> continue doing this kind of work while I attempt to further my 
education in 
> a few other courses of study.
> 
> I'd like to formally offer my services to perform maintenance and 
upgrades 
> to anyone who would find my location in the Carolinas convenient 
but I am 
> also willing to TRAVEL to perform service.  I offer great rates 
and will 
> work out a cost for travel depending on the location.  I also have 
a nice 
> storage facility close buy and can house cars in units large 
enough for me 
> to service them indoors so they won't be exposed to the elements 
if you 
> leave the car with me.  I also put everything in writting signed 
and 
> notarized (upon request) and I warranty any work I perform (also 
in writting 
> upon request.)
> 
> I'm not sure if Andy or Eric post here but I'm sure many of you 
know Louie 
> Golden so feel free to ask him about my areas of service that I've 
done on 
> his car.  I also know Mark V very well if anyone knows him as well 
as 
> Jeremiah Montee (I hope I spelled that right Jeremiah) :)
> 
> I think I covered all the bases.  I hate letting go of my dream 
car but that 
> doesn't mean the dream has to go along with it.  I look forward to 
hearing 
> from any interested owners and my telephone is (704) 701 - 2870.  
It's a 
> mobile number and I don't always have good reception so please 
leave a 
> message as I return calls as soon as I receive them.
> 
> Jeff in NC







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