Yes i remember that story of you helping your Dad build a car :)
Yeah, it was kinda our thing. We did it every weekend. The one you may be thinking of is when I told my parents I wanted a Jeep. Not long after that, my dad came in and told me my Jeep was here (odd since I was still only 15) it was a disaster! Most of it was disassembled, and in boxes, it was primer gray AND primer red! Also, there was NO ENGINE! But we completely restored it together and when the motor arrived it was a “short block” which meant that it had to be mostly put together by me! I thought my dad was crazy to think I could do it, but he reassured me, that I had done most of the same work before on other cars, and that he’d already taught me how to do it! But he gave me instructions, and made sure I did it right. It was SO rewarding! Now (as I’ve said before) all my friends would rather go out in my LT-1 powered “Corvette-yellow” Jeep than any of their new Mercedes or BMWs! Thank you for remembering that, sweetie.
@CrazyGirl2 That's so awesome!
@Jamie05rhs Thank you Jamie, like my dad taught me, it’s a 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 thing! He wanted to make sure that no mechanic, or car salesman would ever BS me, and rip me off! My ex boyfriend would tell me that it was “so sexy” to watch me check his car with the scanner, clear the codes, change the O2 sensor and get his car running smooth again!
@Jamie05rhs Oh, and spinning all for tires on my Jeep… that’s pretty cool too! 😁
* ALL FOUR TIRES * oops 😬
Heck yeah.Haha "4"
My Jeep has 5 tires. ;)
@Jamie05rhs Good luck “spinning” the one on the tailgate! 🤣
yeah he's playing cameo's or something, they say
i knowbut mario is his rolehe's meant to be marioit wouldve been better with him as mariono it wouldn't since i imagine its not just meant to be funnyUCHH ILLUMINATIAON IS NOT GONNA DO THIS RIGHTITS GONNA BE SO BAD
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