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Hello all from sunny California


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Hello my name is Mike and I'm from southern California.

 

I am taking over a existing Dismantling operation with multiple employees.

 

Ive read a lot on this site and got a lot of advise from reading about other peoples situations. I hope this site is as helpful for me as other shop owners. I have a ton of questions and few people I can get unbiased answers from.

So again hello all and nice to meet you.

 

 

 

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Well it started out as a hobby because I was tired of dealing with unreasonable customers, shoddy work brought to be to be fixed, and other problems associated with people and fixing their cars.

 

So I asked myself what do I like about turning wrenches. taking them apart is the fun part to me, fixing and putting back together not so much

I figured out a way to do just that and sell the parts that could be sold and scrap the rest. has worked out well for me so far

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