I made a career change in 2013, from horse trainer to tech. No, it really isn’t that different. LOL. Figuring out a fussy vehicle isn’t that different from figuring out a fussy horse. Diagnose and repair. LOL. I own a commuter car, aka The Divine Miss M., she’s a 2013 Mazda3. I also have a 1996 F-250, aka Little Miss, a delightful diesel. I was working as a line tech until the service manager’s BS and the lack of work made staying there unreasonable. The shop was unsafe, too. I’ve been occupying myself with making repairs to my dad’s ’01 Exploder(no, I didn’t mis-spell it. LOL). I like my Fords, but there are limits. 😆 I had an ’80 short-wide, it was a blast to drive and cute as hell, Big Bertha. I lifted her and had a roll bar, my little redneck truck. :woohoo: I’m hoping there’s someone here that loves the ’70s and ’80s era trucks. There’s nothing like listening to a carbureted engine growl as it comes to life. 👿
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