Frankie works for the auto club during the day!!
A friend in need is a friend, indeed.
If the car was already running and it needs a jump-start… I’m guessing it’s the alternator or battery… Do modern cars even have an alternator these days?
Back in the mid 60s, my first car was a BMC Morris Minor 1000 (No, it’s not my secret, password question)… Under the bonnet was an engine, a starter-motor, an alternator, a battery, a radiator, a cooling-fan, a gear-box, a distributor, a coolant bottle, windscreen washer, fuse box and pretty much nothing else (someone’ll think of something I missed), but the point I’m making is that it was a BASIC engine… No computers etc… I could quite literally sit inside the engine housing, on the wheel-arch, to work on the engine, there was so much space there… Today, you couldn’t squeeze a fag-paper under the bonnet…
Somebody has to say it so here I goes:
IT’S ALIVE. IT’S ALIVE.
(Now back to other duties.)
LOL! We knew one day he would do a good deed for humanity …er the dead counterpart…
lmao I’ve always wondered that.
A happy coincidence
They’re great neighbors.
AAA employee of the month yet again!
Will he be arrested for committing battery?
Frank is a Good Neighbor!
October 24, 2014