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Question Atomic 4 Mechanic?

Can anyone recommend an A4 mechanic in the Havre DeGrace, Aberdeen area?
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The beauty of the Atomic 4 is you can service it yourself with little more than a manila folder (to make gaskets), a butter knife and bowl of gas. You can also get parts anywhere around the globe, from Liverpool to Puerto Vallarta to Indonesia. Buy a repair manual and get to it!
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Atomic 4 service guy in MD

I have a sailboat with an Atomic 4. I sail out of Middle River, MD. There is an OUTSTANDING mechanic located in Shadyside, MD who comes up and services my boat. He's 70+yrs old and he's a retired university professor (PhD in Anthropology). His name is Will Sibley and you can email him at 'shadyside1190@comcast.net'.

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