My very old (1986) Ford Econoline camper has a 7.5-liter engine, among the largest displacement engine in this kind of vehicles. It did not pass smog, and I was contemplating the unthinkable: to drive it into the junkyard. With it, my wife and I had many great retreats from the rush and commotion, and we git attached. However with all the hybrids, Hondas, Toyotas, and Minis, who would even look at my dinosaur? Chris did not flinch. He found time, in the middle of a busy day, and approached my stuttering giant like a surgeon approaching a sick elephant. Deciphering some old sticker with ancient specifications, he retreated to his computer for a decisive research session, and then, equipped with a probe and 2 wrenches, he proceeded to make some adjustments in the large carburetor, (Before fuel injection) and perhaps the timing of the distributor. The old beast started humming a nice baseline, the kind that pleased the gods of smog. While engaged, Chris was composed and focused, skillful and patient. I know I was very lucky to find him even before he let me leave to re- smog the car with no charge (pay later! he said). He was right in the assumption that I would return to pay even if my car passed smog. More than that, I will come back with the other cars in my household. But please, don't tell everyone, do not swamp him with too much work! Thanks! Moshe.