Partsman: He’ll know what you need by the look on your face

I grew up working in my dad’s automotive service station, as did my brothers. He would often send us out on an errand to pick up some parts he needed for a job. When we were younger, we’d go on bicycles, and when we were old enough, we drove.

I think of all those trips to NAPA and Snyder’s over the years when I hear Chuck Suchy’s song, “Partsman,” which you can hear below.

Suchy did a performance for us for our “Singing in The Sun” series, and you can hear this song and two others on our website. Here is the page with his music.

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2 Responses to Partsman: He’ll know what you need by the look on your face

  1. Thanks for the nice blog, Logan. I think Chuck Suchy was singing about something other than NAPA, though. I believe the focus of this song was more on that of a local parts shop than a big box type store.

    • NAPA wasn’t the only place I mentioned, although I must say the guys at NAPA in my hometown were rather good fellows.

      But I do see what you mean.