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Superman

Soon To Be New Shop Owner In Tn

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My name is Bruce, located in southern middle TN. I have beeen a mechanic/technician for 13 1/2 years. I am working on going into business with someone. He currently works at his brothers transmission shop. His brother wants him to buy him out. He wants to do this and partner with me to move the shop into town and expand into more than just transmission work, it is currently out in the boonies. There is a building we are looking at that is on the main drag about a 1/2 mile from the interstate that was booming when the previous owner ran it right. But he lost interest and started doing other things. He would close in the middle of the afternoon or just not open at all if he didnt feel like it.

 

I have been reading on this site the past few days and there is a lot of great info here.

 

A little about my username, I am proud of it. I have been at my current job for over 4 years. The very first job I got was diagnosed as a burnt valve on a Chevy 3.1, by one of the other guys at the shop. I didnt think it had a burnt valve so I spent a little time on it and the injector was stopped up. The tech that diagnosed it as a burnt valve started calling me Superman.lol

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