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Old 01-14-2008, 02:34 PM
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Good mechanic for an old truck?

I have a '78 F150. I can R&R parts all day long, but getting the truck running really well eludes me as I'm no good with caburetors or distributors. All I really want is just an old-school tune up. Anyone know of a mechanic that can handle old-school stuff in the Everett/Lynwood/Marysville area?
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Not me. I just know someone/persons who live in the area. He just happens to have some mechanical expertese as a ford mech. for Harris Ford. Helped build a Model A drag and so on. Helps with my beast at times.
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good mech in everett

go to ONB AUTOMOTIVE. they are right of WALL St. in downtown everett. everyone there is an ex-ford company mechanic. I take all my fords there. they can do it all. talk to Mark, Dave or Jeff. tell them that James from Camano Island sent you.
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