Talking Cars with Dick and Ron

Talking Cars with Dick and Ron

EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT CARS, TRUCKS AND MORE…

Tune in Thursday Mornings at 9am on AM1370 WFEA!

Here is the show from February 28, 2013.

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Precision ImportsDick:

  • Graduated New Hampshire Technical College, Manchester, NH.  In automotive.
  • Attended Keene State College, Keene, NH for Vocational Education to teach automotive.
  • February 1, 1980 founded/opened Precision Imports Inc.
  • Adjunct professor at New Hampshire Technical College
  • Treasurer for the “Manchester Group”
  • Chairman automotive steering committee at Manchester School of Technology
  • Chairman automotive steering committee at Manchester Community College.
  • Council member for Bosch Automotive Service Center.
  • ASE Master Automotive Technician since 1978.
  • Bosch Master Technician
  • Commencement speaker Manchester Community College 2010
  • Board of Directors New Hampshire Automotive Educational Foundation
  • Member of Scholarship Committee for NH Automotive Educational Foundation
  • ADCAP Committee Member for NHADA
  • Former Head Coach Ragged Mountain Ski Team
  • Ragged Mountain Race Crew Leader
  • USSA Technical Delegate for Ski Racing, USSA Referee

Bob & SonsRon:

  • Began working in automotive field at age 13
  • West High graduate 1975
  • University of NH BA Political Science & Economics 1979
  • Co-owner Bob & Sons Automotive 1990
  • Private pilots license 2001
  • Member Church Of God Manchester, Adult Sunday School Teacher
  • Married High School Sweatheart in 1983
  • VP NH NESSARA  New England Service Station & Automobile Repair Assoc
  • ASE L1 Certified
  • NH Oil Discharge Fund board member

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