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Old 01-08-19, 13:03
JBizal JBizal is offline
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Hello all,
I am making a business decision to cease all carrier parts manufacturing out of my facility. We have a number of finished and semi finished goods, tooling, engineer drawings, patterns etc that I would sell as a lot to anyone interested in taking over this. If anyone is interested in assuming this role, please contact me directly at Midwest Military, Inc. I will be putting a list of together of all items and drawings etc after I get back from the MVPA convention.
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Old 01-08-19, 17:53
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Hello all,
I am making a business decision to cease all carrier parts manufacturing out of my facility. We have a number of finished and semi finished goods, tooling, engineer drawings, patterns etc that I would sell as a lot to anyone interested in taking over this. If anyone is interested in assuming this role, please contact me directly at Midwest Military, Inc. I will be putting a list of together of all items and drawings etc after I get back from the MVPA convention.
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John Bizal
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Midwest Military, Inc.
Best wishes John.
Your replacement parts are well done and of good value.
Michael
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Old 01-08-19, 20:47
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I have several of John's reproduction carrier parts, along with a set of his fenders. It sure beats making them from scratch, and the patterns are top notch. Hopefully whomever takes over the carrier end of the business will expand and make more items available. It could be a good retirement hobby for someone, and could include other items like speedometer cables, oil cooler lines, wiring harnesses, window frames....the possibilities are endless, although the number of carriers are.
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John, i am sorry you are handing on the torch, your work has been excellent all these years !
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