View Full Version : Happy Birthday TutTech

07-01-2008, 11:53 AM
Happy birthday TutTech you old fart... Thought I would be the first to give you a gift.



07-01-2008, 02:31 PM
[smilie=smackbottom: How many times?

Hope you have a good one!

07-01-2008, 04:02 PM
Happy Birthday Tut[smilie=thumbs_up.g:[smilie=big_bday.gi:[smilie=ext_beer2.g:[smilie=puke.gif]:D

07-01-2008, 04:47 PM
Taking bets on Tut's age:

I say he's 31.

07-01-2008, 05:46 PM
I say 37[smilie=ext_beer2.g:[smilie=moon.gif][smilie=icon_bolt.g:

07-01-2008, 05:59 PM
Tut's 93. Don't let him fool ya.

Happy B-day Tut!

07-01-2008, 06:01 PM
I say 37 as well, since it is posted at the bottom in (37):D

07-01-2008, 07:44 PM
Happy Birthday TutTech. Hope you GET SOME thing GOOOOOD.....

07-01-2008, 08:05 PM
I say 37 as well. Not sure why, just seems like the right age. :D

07-12-2008, 02:13 PM
Ummmm since Tut was born 1341 BC ,,,that makes him 3349 years old,,,,,,,,happy birthday TUT

jumpin jellybean
07-12-2008, 03:10 PM
[smilie=wbounce.gif]Happy Birthday!!!:cool:

07-15-2008, 09:18 PM
Anybody heard from TutTech? Seems he has been MIA for a bit. Hope all is well with him.

07-21-2008, 03:22 PM
Dang Sorry about that guys I hate when stuff comes up and you dont have a chance to let people know.

I have been offline computer trouble and well wireless server something or another
thingy stopped and no one could figure it out so back on dial up added a phone line
and well ya what 3 weeks later we get it a temporary solution.

I am working on the problem so maybe off an on for a bit.
I also do to work being slow had to take a job driving over the road so I am gone
a lot more so then only when I get home do I have the time to work on my computer so dang ya anyways..... weeks later here I am.

Well if nothing else I will be able to jump on with dial up just hard to see all the pretty pics but atleast I will be able to be online again.

Thank you all so much for the fun comments and well wishing for my B-day very cool
of all of you Thanks.

Just a quick update my brothers low budget racer is fully welded and all bars etc
are done and in place.
I need to make a floor and skid plates.
Then off to paint.

When its back we assemble it and it is on schedule to make it to its first race the Charity event of the Powder Puff Race this October.

Hope to see you all there?

Thanks and again see you guys soon.

07-21-2008, 04:20 PM
Hey Tut, good to here everythings o.k. except for the computer issues. I here you on the work situation. Need to find a new job myself. Did you make it to the race this weekend? If so how did it go? :D

07-21-2008, 04:27 PM
No can you believe it.
I started the new job went out on my training and first trip and did not arrive home
from New York until Sunday.
Missing the race by one day.

Thats so sad but hey atleast I will have money coming in to pay my house payment
and to pay for my buggy and toys. So its all worth it.
Cant go race without a job and good money so cant miss out on my training and
work so had to be done.
Racing should always be there but a good job may not.

My wife went and pitted and did support for other racers etc. and showed our support at the track for us so that was cool.
Plus she has not watched a race in several years so it was good for her to relax and just watch one for once.
Plus she ran a a pit and took care of everything at a pit.
Very cool I am very proud of her.

I will be at the next one and my wife will be for sure at the Power Puff all female
race coming in October.
If any of you can make it please do.
I will have our white Trailer with the Tut Tech on the side please come find
us and hang out or atleast say hi at any races you are always more than welcome
to spend some time with my family and myself.

Thanks again everyone and talk to you all soon.

07-21-2008, 04:42 PM
Dang,first trip and they send you to NY!

So,are you done with the fab shop or is this in addition too?

Good luck with the new job.I just changed jobs also.

07-21-2008, 05:04 PM
Ya we ended up picking up a load to New York then from there to Sacramento and then back down to LA.

So in all we covered 6,200 miles or so on my first week.
Nice and very good training.

Its different being away from home and not doing buggies anymore.
A lot of buggy shops in CA. are either closing or doing slow on sales
and so are not hiring.

So I needed something and I have my license etc. and used to drive for some
construction heavy equipment type work back in the day.
So the money is good the away from home is bad and the not being able to work
on buggies is the hardest.

But I don't have to do this forever just tell things get better around my parts or
I end up liking it and do it anyways like I said the pay is good.

I do miss the ability to get home from work and go tinker in the garage though.
But that will just make me want to work on my projects even more when I get home.
And most importantly I will have the money to work on them.
With some cash coming in I can finish my small car I started and be able
to pay for racing so thats a good thing.


Good luck on your new job and congrats.

I will miss not being online as much but maybe I will get a lap top and then I can stop
on whenever I get a chance.


07-22-2008, 12:19 AM
Welcome back Tut!