Originally Posted by MARTINSR
I would like to further elaborate on this subject if i may. When i start doing body work on my car , i would like to think i could ask you for your input on my procedure and techniques. I have read alot of your post pertaining to body work , and read your post on body work 101 if i recall correctly hence the title. With body work i would want to get my information from someone ( as yourself ) who knows and has the expirence ( i believe ) for me to achieve a quality product. I believe for me to understand what i want to accomplish , i would only want the direction of one expert . Most questions i ask , would need alot of info comming from all directions. Most questions i ask about (body work,) i would like to follow a tried and tested procedure, by 1 individual. I know there are alot of ways to do the work, i have read alot of the post pertaining to bodywork , and as you know you get all kinds answers and practical theories as how to do the job. One of my best friends is a hemi guru, 413 440 426, he would be the only one i would ask about them motors or sixties and seventies mopars. So yes i might ask alot of questions to achieve an answer to some of my questions, but i would only ask questions to a single person that i know is above the standard , that i believe in his field of expertise. So if you cant answer my question thats fine , or if you feel im not ( worthy) , thats fine also. Im sorry if i put a spin on this , but when i read the post you started, this is what came to mind. I ask questions to the people i know will have an input. I ask questions to people whos answers i respect. Im sorry for the guy that asks you questions and puts you in a boxing ring with anothers answer. That is not right and i couldnt agree with you more. But i hope you wouldnt stop giving out your advice based on ones misuse of it .. Im sure the man who asked you the question really respects your advice. AS I DO.