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Thanks to AACA and all Forum members....

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13 hours ago, trimacar said:

when you leave a business or profession, you also leave behind a lot of contacts and "business friends".

 

 

Truer words were never written!

When I sold my shop to a friend after the newness of retirement set in I started dropping in every day to have my wake-up coffee.......now twice a day.

I never missed the headaches for a split second but missed many of the customers and also the familiarity of the shop my grandfather founded.

AND I still know a few things too....... ;) 

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8 hours ago, 61polara said:

David, you've been a great asset here.

Thanks!  I may not know everything, but I'll sure try to pretend like I do!

 

I know that I found out in my engineering profession that you didn't need to know everything.  You just had to know the correct people who knew what you didn't know. And, education teaches you how to find out things.

 

As they say, college is a fountain of knowledge where kids go to drink.....

 

 

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indeed I thank me too AACA :)
I am French and it is not easy to make me understand with the translator, but you arrive when even describe me, thanks to you I learn a lot, I see a lot of car that I have never seen in France, I also see landscapes that I do not see at home. Even a simple sign on the road is a pleasure to see :)
I am very happy to be able to speak with you, it is very rewarding :)
thank you all !! ;)

 

 

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David, congratulations on your milestone!  I thought it was great when I hit 2000 but you're way ahead of most of us.  Always a great contributor.  Look forward to seeing you at Gettysburg - leaving in the morning.

Terry

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Dave I hope your head still fits in your hat after some well deserved praise.  Is there a resource book that is available before I start on my 1923 Moon interior that I should read.  Unless you have that mobile upholstery shop ready.

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7000 posts!!??? Wow you people really need to get a life.  

 

Just kidding. Thanks for sharing David. 

And thanks for giving those of us that are looking forward to retirement  a reminder to stay in contact with old friends.  

 

Enjoy, you deserve it.

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Congrats on that milestone. 7,000 Posts. You do keep us on our toes around here. Not sure what my number is right now? Dandy Dave! Oh, 6,741 Posts. How'd I do that???  

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