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Name: Neil Bieleski
Country: New Zealand

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My name is Neil Bieleski and i was born in 1940 and raised in Auckland  New Zealand, and lived here all my life,

I am a time indentured Motor Mechanic gaining both my certified and "A" Trade certificates in the shortest time possible.After working as a journeyman for a couple of years, I joined the family printing business for about 38 years worked there, before taking over ownership.On retirement I restored a 1926 6CV Renault that had been in the family from new. Much of my engineering experience has been used in this restoration.

My equipment consists of an Emco 10 VP with milling attachment, Tanner drill press. , 2 bench grinders, generic bandsaw, 12  ton hydraulic pres, oxy -acetylene, arc, and Mig welders.Naturally a full selection of mechanics tools combined wit a good range of metric taps and dies.I enjoy making special tools for servicing my car

I also own a 1969 Triumph Herald estate. Ilive on1/2 Hectare rural property 3 k,s from the Ardmore Airport where the NZ Warbirds are based, so i have a number of these oircraft flying overhead as sometimes we are on the flight path

Happily married for 53 years with 2 sons, 1 daughter and a 21 yeay old grand daughter.

I have belonged to the local Vintage Car Club for over 50 years and have been involved in the driving and servicing of the clubs 1915 Renault Charabanc

My email address is should you wish to contact me.

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