I appreciate the sentiment Alf, but that is not going to happen. I’ve probably got a dozen good years left in me for doing this kind of work. I’m already subletting out the T&T/case R&Rs because I can’t handle wrestling those beasts anymore. Rebuilds on the bench are still all good, axle overhauls are still going strong.Here's to another 30 !
Jim, this statement has served as a wake up call, but not in the way you intended.Yes, make the swap meet a monthly event !!!!!,
THIS is IT. Consumers have evolved way past instant gratification to "I want it a day before I decided that I want it" AND It should be tax-free with free air freight.<snip> changing consumer expectations with the Amazoning of America <snip>
It is getting weird for sure. I have had two calls this week for parts, I don't sell parts. When I told them I do not sell parts both got upset with me, as if how dare I not sell parts. WEIRD!THIS is IT. Consumers have evolved way past instant gratification to "I want it a day before I decided that I want it" AND It should be tax-free with free air freight.
How did it come to a point were it is OK for me to make money but it is not OK for you to make money.
I think we’re going to go with the 30th on the sleeve. Thanks for the idea John.I agree with Cruiserdan!! I also think you should have some badge on the sleeve of the shirt with your 30 year anniversary. Maybe add some color??