well i just applied for a job at the local checker auto... counter guy said he thought i had a good chance and that the boss would look at it on Monday or Tuesday. so i have to wait and see what happens...
Gas is great, but Diesel kicks Gas
'71 F100 351C 2V, Edelbrock Power Pack, AOD trans
and 7 other fords...
Good luck with it, hopefully it works out in your favor
2000 F-150 4.2L V6 2wd..........Daily Driver for now.....
1993 F-250HD 7.3L IDI E4OD 370,000 miles. Straight pipe exhaust. IP turned up 1.5 flats with a Diesel Recon pyro. 0-60 in 11 seconds.
Well my rig's a little old,but that don't mean she's slow. There's a flame from her stack, And the smoke's rolling black as coal!
Good for you. I remember being very excited at times like this. Whenever you are waiting to hear from someone it always stressful. Just remember, don't let life stop at the parts counter though. You will be amazed where you are at in 10 years. Any person who understands the importance of working hard, no matter at what job, will be very successful. Just remember, at any retail customer service establishment, the customer is the most important. If there was no customer to come in and buy your parts, then you would not have a job.
You will also not believe how many people value something as simple as remembering their name the next time they come in.
Good luck with your application, and if it does not work out, there are always bigger and better things. When I was younger I filled out a few applications for a couple of parts stores, but was "too young". Later on I actually was hired by an auto shop, and worked my way up to an ASE Master technician. Needless to say I could easily land a job at any parts store then. However I had far surpassed the level of a parts store clerk at that point.
So if things dont go your way, its probably because you are meant for something better.
2004 F150 FX4 Crew Cab
85 4x4 5.0L F150 Reg Cab-What the heck should I do with this thing?
Sweet 351clevland. I got side jobs all the times mainly hauling stuff like scrap metal with my dad and we use our 2002 F250 or 1986 F150.
More Fords then GMs but still not sure if we have enough! Wishing the Harley list would be as long as the ford list
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Vehicles in sig pic: 88 F150 and 73 Harley XLCH both fully customized
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