Anyone from Ontario?
From Joe Curry [mailto:spitlist at gte.net]
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2001 4:24 PM
To: Spitfire Internet Mail List
Subject: [Fwd: ]
I received this message from a Spit owner up north of the border. He is
looking for a good Spitfire mechanic. If anyone can help him, please reply
directly to him and not me.
From "Adam Dubrowski" <adubrows at ziricote.wlu.ca>
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 16:04:40 -0700
I have one simple question, and perhaps you could help me with it.
I have married and my wife has an old Spitfire that she inherited after her
father. I want to surprise her and get the thing on the road. However, we
have recently moved to a new town (towed the spit with us) and we do not
a proper mechanic for the job. So, after a long intro, the question is; Do
you know of anyone in Ontario (Canada), preferably in the Waterloo/Kitchener
region who could do the job. I know this is very specific, but if you know
any Club in Canada, I could contact them and maybe they would be able to
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