Great guy that Terry, had many conversations via PM's and e-mails and was hoping to stop in one day at his place of residence during my many business travels. He sure knew a thing or two about Weber carburetors and helped me tremendously during my Jeep's restoration. He will be sadly missed but never forgotten.
On another note, post some pictures of the two Jeeps that were stolen off the property if you have any. If their is one thing in this world I despise the most, it's a thief!
I am new here and didn't have the pleasure of knowing Terry but if he was anything like everyone here, and all fellow Jeepers for that matter, he was an amazing person and will be missed by many. I am truly sorry for your loss. Rob
Now that just sucks. I've had tons of communication with McMud over the years. I don't post here quite as much these days, and hadn't "spoken" with him in awhile, but damn, I sure hate to hear this.
Good guy, he was.
I asked a ref if he could give me a technical foul for thinking bad things about him. He said, of course not. I said, well, I think you stink. And he gave me a technical. You can't trust em. -
Mud and I used to spend hours on the phone at least once every week or two and we'd laugh until our cheeks hurt and we had tears rolling down our faces. I'm sure troubled by his passing. I know he was a believer though and we'll meet again.
RIP my friend
Ya'll endless conversations about 38/38 Weber vs 32/36 Webers come to mind.....
Terry helped me try to get my 32/36 tuned, to the extent of having me ship it to him, going through my rebuild, finding a couple of vacuum leaks, and sending it back to me, then spending several hours on the phone with me getting it set up.
He called me every once and awhile just to check and see how my kids and I were doing (was going through a rough divorce when the whole Weber set-up was going on).
He truly was a Southern Gentleman. I am very sorry to hear he is no longer with us, but I rejoice knowing that he will never again feel pain or discomfort, and is in a better place.
I am disgusted to hear of what happened to his Jeeps and his home. Words cannot convey how I feel about the things that did this, and I hope that the ones who did these horrible things are caught and brought to justice.
Rest in Peace, Terry. Not too long ago I thought to myself "I haven't heard from McMud in awhile. I wish I had called him when that thought came to mind.
William McClain in Arkansas
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