September 2000 Issue
Letters: September 2000
No Beef Here
I donít have a beef, but a compliment and recommendation. I recently had a carburetor problem in my 1939 WACO AGC-8 (engine quit 6 miles out) at Birmingham, Alabama.† I got it going again and got back to BHM.†
Canít say enough about the good service by the folks at Raytheon Aircraft Services.† Bob Hemm assigned a mechanic to change the carb and let me help. (They havenít seen too many 330 Jacobs.) Both stayed late to get the work completed.† Itís nice to come into contact with a competent and helpful facility and these folks could not have been better.†
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