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Lee Jacobsen July 15, 2014 at 02:45 AM
Was the transmission replaced with a new unit , or an used unit? What did the mechanic that youRead Moretook the car to for a look-see prior to the sale advise about the transmission? How does the seller know that you didn't abuse the transmission after acquiring the car? 3 months is a long time. That is why it is "as is-where is" and you are responsible for the repairs.
Christina Warren June 30, 2014 at 09:23 AM
Lee: thank you for your comment! As an eBay Instructor, my job at the Yankee Air Museum is toRead Moremanage their two eBay stores as another source of revenue for them. When I teach eBay classes there, it introduces new people to the museum, who then might become members, volunteers, rent space for their events, etc. Plus, they get a full-blown, narrated tour of the museum. I wish you continued good luck on eBay. It's a great way to earn extra cash! Thank you again!
Lee Jacobsen June 30, 2014 at 07:53 PM
Christina, I got involved with the Yankee Air Force back in the early 80s, the Norden bombsights in Read Morethe B-17 and B-25 were donated way back then by yours truly in honor of my Mom, Catherine Jacobson, who was a 'Rosie the Riveter' , building B-24s during WWII. The stories she could tell!!!
Christina Warren July 01, 2014 at 08:45 AM
Lee: there is a book signing at the museum tomorrow evening for a new book about Henry & EdselRead MoreF ord and how they built the Willow Run bomber plant. It's called "Arsenal of Democracy" by A.J. Baime. It's a free event. We have a great Rosie exhibit as well as a beautiful Rosie plaque. Thank you for your donation for our aircraft. The B-17 & B-25 appearances around the country touch a lot of people's lives!
Lee Jacobsen June 02, 2014 at 07:08 PM
Isn't that some sort of African plains animal, very fast, Lion food?
T as in Truth June 03, 2014 at 06:55 AM
If the African Gazelles played the Detroit Lions, the Lions would still lose. 50 plus years ofRead Morerebu ilding...
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