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05-04-2013 10:51 PM
Originally Posted by 1jeeplvr View Post
I would say so.It works for the both of you so why not?
Still waiting for a reply... I hate waiting hehe
05-04-2013 07:41 PM
1jeeplvr I would say so.It works for the both of you so why not?
05-01-2013 02:56 AM
Sounds like a fair deal?

Howdy folks, I just had some repair work done to both my steel fenders today, no more rust, holes all welded up, all painted and clear coated. Unfortunately, even tho the bodyman who did work used the proper color code, all of my paint on the hood, sides and back aren't matching for obvious reasons(faded paint). Well thru the miracles of the internet, I found out before I went out to pay for the work done that this bodyman (who I have had other vehicles worked on in the past) is needing a helper. At the moment, I am not able to work full time jobs due to disability/health reasons. But I am able to work part-time/casual. So when I paid him, I explained I was interested in working for him. Later this evening, I emailed an offer the body man, I work for credit and no payment. In return once enough time has been accumulated, I get a full paint job on my 2001 jeep at no charge. Personally I love working on cars/trucks but always lacked on the equipment to do a good job on my own so this way I can learn some the tricks of the trade and maybe get a free paint job out of the deal...

Does this sound like a plausible idea??

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