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'05 Crossfire

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Old 05-14-2019, 09:59 PM
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Im a high school auto shop teacher and picked this up from a fellow teacher after it had been sitting for a few years. After installing a new fuel pump. Filter, and crank sensor i was able to start it. Still a ways to go but should be a fun project for my students.
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Old 05-14-2019, 10:25 PM
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The forums will be invaluable to you and you students. I applaud you in teaching the kids how to work on their own cars
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Old 05-19-2019, 11:12 AM
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I very much appreciated my high school shop classes and how for me they provided life long skills and experience that I've used with the different homes and cars I've had. I also went to a technical vocational school for electronics while in High School. It's rewarding to make or repair something yourself. It's also a good excuse to buy a new tool if needed. With many projects over the years I've very much enjoyed passing along those skills to my two sons. Since then, thanks to employer educational reimbursement, I have three college degrees and am now nearing retirement. As I look back I never regret taking those shop classes and am very thankful they were available.

Glad to hear about what you are doing, and wish you and your students success. I believe others in the forum would appreciate updates on the Crossfire restoration progress and even including who is doing what.

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