………….the first week working at CLASCO….circa 1991, I met John. He was our “IT” guy …..did they call them that back then? And John used his 23′ Birchaven in his plumbing parts sales….today restored his coach carries them to enjoy their retirement.
Last night, I brought a can of Stag Chilli….he had a can of Wolf chilli so we ate well!!?? Trashing in JayGee at the shop, we had a DixieBelle breakfast before he headed home to Winter Garden. It was a great way to end the week.
Did I say the week was done? Guess Robert and Jason are ignoring the memothey’ve both wanted to get the Sniper fuel injection system set up on the fresh roller motor that will soon be going into the Tribute EM-50IT LIVES! ?the monitor panel reads out as its brain learns what to do for this motormy flash washed out the nifty colors on the screen….you can see some of it in this picso maybe if they have it buttoned up …..maybe we can drive it around! Won’t THAT be fun!……Can’t remember if I showed you guys this but we’ve painted Rick M. Candy blue sapphire motor to match is Monster Candy blue sapphire tranny…this drive train will get forced induction (supercharger)….Monster was informed so the transmission was put together for the duty……..not Super Duty, Heavy Duty or any on that…. I’d call it “Crazy Duty”…….
back over to the EM-50, Tribute Urban Assault Vehicle, the roof pod was restored and painted. The coach needs to be sealed up for its big day on the operation table (lift) where the “Bikers Dream” is getting its loveand this dream here lives on!
Another coach finds a new forever home with one of the guys here……that makes now 8 workers here own a GMC themselves……..man…what a movement!!!!
You too….isnt it great having one of these things?…… YOU know what i mean!
See Ya Later