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Classic Car's restoration Specialist : need job in Thailand
« on: February 01, 2012, 06:22:56 am »
dear classic car friends,

I  restorted the classic car for 20 years, now I would like to settle in Thailand
with my familly but really no idea about how it's work in Thailand ,,,,some one can help me out  :cool:
the lastest jobs are porsche 911, VW Kombi, Porsche 356....... I can do what ever you want   \^^/
Some job been done.....I can do with TIG MIG GAS Welding....







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Re: Classic Car's restoration Specialist : need job in Thailand
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2012, 03:01:07 pm »
Welcome to Thailand and Bangkok Classic Car. We are happy to have a restorer as a member in our community. What kind of job you are looking for and where are you residing? I am quite certain that there is a huge difference in nature of classic car restorer between here and where you came from (NZ?).


Do you want to start up a bodyshop specialized in classic car restoring or just looking for a job in bodyshop?
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Re: Classic Car's restoration Specialist : need job in Thailand
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2012, 03:39:28 pm »
The rate shop owner pay for body repair guy in NZ is probably about $40-50 buck per hour. Here in Thailand I paid my body repair guy $23 a day.  :-! 
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Re: Classic Car's restoration Specialist : need job in Thailand
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2012, 04:42:18 pm »
Welcome to Thailand and Bangkok Classic Car. We are happy to have a restorer as a member in our community. What kind of job you are looking for and where are you residing? I am quite certain that there is a huge difference in nature of classic car restorer between here and where you came from (NZ?).


Do you want to start up a bodyshop specialized in classic car restoring or just looking for a job in bodyshop?

Thank you mate  :a_smiley:, I have no idea...I don't know what you guy need for the standard..
....Yes in NZ where I work, I restored the car as the original factory condition, making the parts by hand and used max.
2mm bog.. .... How did you do in Thailand?
If I can find the workshop that need my job..I am happy to share my experience....but for the future would prefer to have my standard
workshop :good:

Chiangmai is my wife home town...

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Re: Classic Car's restoration Specialist : need job in Thailand
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2012, 04:55:29 pm »
The rate shop owner pay for body repair guy in NZ is probably about $40-50 buck per hour. Here in Thailand I paid my body repair guy $23 a day.  :-!

 :good: :good: NZ$55 to NZ$120 depend on which  job? ...yes that not be the same in Thailand ..diff of cost of living,,

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Re: Classic Car's restoration Specialist : need job in Thailand
« Reply #5 on: February 07, 2012, 09:27:12 pm »
dear classic car friends,

I  restorted the classic car for 20 years, now I would like to settle in Thailand
with my familly but really no idea about how it's work in Thailand ,,,,some one can help me out  :cool:
the lastest jobs are porsche 911, VW Kombi, Porsche 356....... I can do what ever you want   ^^/
Some job been done.....I can do with TIG MIG GAS Welding....







and alot more.....









              Are you in Thailand now ?? Can I have your email address??  Thanks...

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Re: Classic Car's restoration Specialist : need job in Thailand
« Reply #6 on: February 11, 2012, 03:24:12 am »
hi there. my email "carlito13taylor@gmail.com" i will be in thailand on march
cheers

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Re: Classic Car's restoration Specialist : need job in Thailand
« Reply #7 on: February 12, 2012, 11:48:59 am »
Wish you well Patty. Hope you find a place to work your magic.  :good:


Please check back here when you're in Bangkok. We should have an event in March. It would be nice to know you in person.
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