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« on: March 12, 2017, 01:43:16 PM »

Hey everyone, I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Andrew, and I'm a huge gear head. I realize that it's hilarious that I am posting that sentence on an Aztek forum...

I am on my way to pick up my first Aztek. Just a few hours ago I went and paid the owner and got the title, so I'm almost there. It has an engine issue and I have parts waiting at my shop to fix it. Cheesy I'll upload pictures when I get it!

A little about me..
I currently have a heavily modified BMW, and I have owned a 1996 Gsxr 750, a Chevy Avalanche 2500 with the 8.1L big block v8, and a 2002 Ford Ranger edge. All were modified to some extent.. I can't leave anything stock for too long. I have been interested in cars since I was a baby, and my first car was a power wheels Corvette at age 1. (lol)

I have worked in the automotive industry for quite a bit of time, including working at a luxury and exotic dealership. We were a Lotus and Aston Martin Dealer as well as other niche vehicles. Check them out at
I was a mechanic for a while, an automotive detailer, and now I am working at a startup classic car dealership called Authentic Motorcars.

So, that's a little about me. I'm glad to join the forum and I look forward to talking with you all about Azteks!


Instagram: Jawse36
Youtube Channel: Jawsmoker

Current Vehicles:
1996 BMW 328i:
KW V1,UUC System U, Fikse Fm5, Rogue Engineering,
low mileage block, s52 cams, m50 manifold, fan delete, m3 clutch, lightweight flywheel, shark injector stage 3+, fan delete, cat delete, m3 body, luxury package, Full led and hid lighting, suede headliner, 3.38 lsd, UUC camber plates, BMW reinforcement plates, Rogue RSM, Z3m shifter, Rogue WSR+ much more.

2003 Pontiac Aztek Champagne Beige metallic
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« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2017, 10:43:43 PM »

how is the work coming on your new car? 

we used to have a great mechanic, who kept our girl running like new, until they replaced our radiator, before a drive to Vegas, but did something wrong, which caused a full cooling system blow out as we drove up a steep grade, in the middle of the desert, many miles from an exit.  We are lucky to have lived thru it!  That was 2 years ago and we have tried a couple of shops, but not been thrilled.

the good news is that she just passed smog (I'm in CA) 5 months ago with numbers that the "test only" (after 12 years..) place was sure they were reading wrong.. so, we have been doing something right
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