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Re: [Shop-talk] autobody work forum?

To: Tim <>, Shop Talk <>
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] autobody work forum?
From: Brian Kemp <>
Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 14:28:46 -0800
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Tim - Also check your local public library.  That is where I learned how 
to rebuild an engine.  I read a couple books, mostly about V8s, but it 
gave me the extra background to make sense of the Bentley manual for my TR6.

If you want a serious education on body work, check with a community 
college or vocational center as they may have a course available.


On 11/22/2013 7:47 PM, Steven Trovato wrote:
> Wow.  I was watching for an answer to this.  I was hoping to find one 
> as well.  I guess the lack of response is not a very promising sign.  
> Let us know if you find something.  I did find the yahoo group called 
> "autobodyrestoration" but it doesn't seem to have much activity anymore.
> -Steve Trovato
> At 03:44 PM 11/18/2013, Tim wrote:
>> Any one know of a good one? One where they are willing to help a newbie
>> learn and not be jerks about it?
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