People bought ringers mate. That 68 is registered as a 71 as he had a V5 for one.....or he had paperwork from gullible owners and just ****ed them over
Guys a bellend. I sat in the nascar he had there which he swapped for the impala while he tried spouting off to me it was a 1000hp engine in it. Late model vortec heads, goodwrench block and an edelbrock performer manifold definitely won't support that power level
it never surprises me how many bellends are out there. asking big money for **** work and ripping people off without thought for the damage they cause.
what happened to building a good reputation over time and charging at the right level for your work to make sure you get paid for your skills and equipment and make a decent wage? greedy society and doing as little as possible for maximum gain is the new norm nowadays
I mean they even have a tv show promoting this ethos with god like worship for that arsehole alan sugar
So, who exactly is this **** then? What's his name? business name? I'd like to see his ads and see how far up his own arse he is and try to work out why he has to steal from people. Sounds like a right dickhead!
After many years , you see them come and go, I have no idea who this chap is, zip, nada, no idea at all. But don't sound like the right person to deal with judgeing by the comments.....
On the other hand, you've got shops which appear from nowhere, make a lot of noise, expect publicity from shows and magazines and then spend more time filling their social media with crap for window-lickers than getting on with any work. Wild & Sons' social media almost has more photos of the proprietor, a forgotten comedian and some random pornographic models than it has of cars - it suggests something altogether quite different from a shop that (e.g.) helps Gene Winfield with a roof chop at the Nats.
There's another garage that's been very inyerface at shows and in magazines over the past couple of years and before I knew anything about them, their preoccupation with image and attitude told me not to go near them with a 10-foot pole (now that I do know more about them, make it a 20-foot pole).
The blue Impala was featured as a 'Reader's Rod' in the Dec '17 CC, with Victor Wild not only citing himself as an active supporter of the charity it belongs to but going so far as to claim that the charity had transferred ownership of it to him. Not one for taking risks, then! Apparently, with skimmed heads, Holley Double Pumper and an open exhaust, it could feasibly contend with a McLaren P1 on the quarter-mile...
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The impala might not contend with a P1 in a 1/4 mile but he can contend with Corbyn as a grade A ****
I just had a look at his fb page, what a load of ****e on there, "having a Corona and relaxing". Saw somethign a bit weird as he showed an Econoline van for sale on ebay claiming it was his, yet I saw (ebay handle) "originals" advertising the same van. Now, without naming anybody, I'm pretty sure I know who "originals" is and it is not Wild & Sons. When I click on the link supplied by Wild & Sons, it says the item was lost or broken so listing ended. Bit strange
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