Jay H 237
- About Jay H 237
- I'm a weekend warrior/hobbiest only with my 68 Mustang and 87 Caprice. Never have been a professional mechanic and no plans on ever becoming one either. No offence to the mechanics, nothing wrong with that field, it's just that I like to keep my hobbies separate from work. I also like working at my own pace and not worrying about flat rate book times.
Tools............I know sooner or later someone wants to know where I fit in. 80% of my mechanics tools are Craftsman, with SK, Proto, Gearwrench, Snap-On, Matco making up 19% more. The last remaining 1% are odds and ends I got passed down from my grandfather, picked up at tag/estate sales (Williams, New Brittian, Mustang, older Thorsen) or some cheap crap I bought (HF type stuff) for one time/limited use and/or modification. For the most part, not being a professional, I have been happy with Cman for the price, value and warranty. It's not easy for a non-pro to deal with the truck brands and get warranty service if needed.
- Watertown, CT
- model trains, cars
- assembly of injection molding robots and automation
- Trying to find my father's 1973 Mustang Grande he bought brand new. 3F04F126773 last known registration and title was in New Jersey, 1982.