Too Good Not to Share

This is a direct quote from a newsletter that came today from the shop that services my car.Β  It was in a little article about a challenging mechanical problem the shop was able to diagnose on someone’s old Jag.

(Yeah, I know, it sucks to be him.)

So the newsletter talks about how the mechanics diagnosed the problem, which turned out to be a burned out piston.Β  It then goes on to describe the solution.

“Once the new pistons we’ve ordered from England arrive, we’ll refurbish his head, polish and re-balance his crankshaft, re-bore his block, and get his engine reassembled and snarling like it was brand new.”

Huh. I wonder if they work on people…

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15 Responses to Too Good Not to Share

  1. Tara R. says:

    That is hilarious. I could use a re-bore and renewed snarling. If you find out they do work on people, please share.

  2. Titanium says:

    Wonder if they could refurbish my head? THAT would be just awesome.

  3. I think I’d like to snarl like brand new! I was impressed by the quality of the writing.

  4. Chris G. says:

    Well you know some people just get really into their cars I suppose…

  5. Jamie Dedes says:

    Sounds grueling! πŸ™‚ Thanks for catching this and posting. Smile!

  6. booguloo says:

    Wouldn’t it be nice.

  7. Jamie Dedes says:

    Just read your comment on the The Cat’s Meow. “Pandora!” What a fab name for a kitty. I love it.

  8. Jamie Dedes says:

    Thanks for our comments, Patti. Hope all is well with you and yours. Sorry you didn’t get to move out our way …

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