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Old 07-14-2005, 07:41 AM
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I am a new member who was searching the web for Mark Hamilton of M.A.D. Enterprises who helped me back when I was in auto shop in 1989.

A post on this site gave me that info, and I realized there are some very knowledgeable people here. I hope to learn a great deal from the experts, and contribute what I can.

Mark got me to install his remote solenoid kit which solved the problem I had with running headers in the Las Vegas heat that caused my 1980 Trans Am not to start when the engine was hot.

He also got me to put a HEI distributer in my '67 RS Camero and an alternator with a built-in voltage regulator which has saved me from many problems through the years. Mark is one man every hotrodder should know.

T-Son

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No doubt some very good info on his site, but there has been no new update on the site for quite a while.

http://www.madelectrical.com/index.shtml

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I've talked to Mark on the phone several times -- he is unbelievably cool ... knowledgable ... considerate and helpful!

I've followed all his advice with great success and have posted it all on my site

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