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Gonzo

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Gonzo last won the day on October 26 2018

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About Gonzo

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    Gonzo

Business Information

  • Business Name
    SUPERIOR AUTO ELECTRIC (Retired - sold the business)
  • Business Address
    15031 s. 4150 rd, claremore, Oklahoma, 74017
  • Type of Business
    Auto Body
  • Your Current Position
    Other
  • Automotive Franchise
    None
  • Website
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  • Participate in Training
    Yes
  • Certifications
    ASE CMAT
    USMC
    TEA (Tulsa Executive Association) Past president and chairman of the board
    FATHER, HUSBAND,
  • Your Mission Statement
    Monthly columnist for Babcox magazines. You'll find my column, "Gonzo's Toolbox" in Brake and Frontend, Import Car, and Underhood Service magazines.
    Writer/Editor for Haynes Repair Manual Company. Write and edit as well as research the latest new DIY repair manuals you'll find at every parts store across the country.
    Columnist, on staff editor, and technical adviser for AVI - Automotive Video Innovations
    Consultant for various automotive marketing and franchise companies, including new product evaluations (BETA testing).

    I also do a few training videos for DAYCO and AVI.
    Some of which can be found on You Tube.

    I'm also an author "Hey Look, I Found the Loose Nut" as well as a guest speaker at various local colleges and conventions.
    Nothing like a little humor in auto shop.

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  1. Thanks for all the kind words and prayers. And, yes as things to do... all shall pass...even a large kidney stone. For those who are wondering and want the TMI side of the story. The stone is too big to slide through a standard drinking straw without being forced through. Yea...tell me about it. It friggin hurt like you wouldn't believe. Well, it's back to recovery, video work, writing, general shop duties, and everything else. In two weeks I visit "the" doctor

    1. Joe Marconi

      Joe Marconi

      Well, you are tough old Marine, you can take it! Right? I hope?

    2. Gonzo

      Gonzo

      Old marines don't die... they just change duty stations. Yep, I'm a tough old bird. Hard to keep me down. It was rough and I don't want to try it again. but I will, if I have too.

       

    3. xrac

      xrac

      Wow! That was a giant stone.



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