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Leonard Lee

New Workshop Owner from Singapore

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Hi guys,

 

 

Only just realised that its a US-centric forum. I hope you'll allow me to stay around and learn+contribute :)

 

I'm Leonard Lee and i'll be co-owning+managing a brand new auto shop in Singapore. For the moment we're looking at Volkswagens however, I won't be turning any customers away as I want to be able to expand the business to do as many makes as I possibly can, without diluting the quality factor of course.

 

I have much to learn at this stage in terms of management. I'm not a total stranger to working on a car and i think i'm alright with diagnosis/troubleshooting, R&R of any mechanical parts on a vehicle, what I don't know is engine assembly(still learning), gearbox assembly and differential assembly (i think i got it lol)

 

I've got so many questions and I guess i can't fire them all out at once. heh... can I ?

 

 

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