Glen McMillan Fix it man
I am a fix-it man, firstly I fell from my pushbike in my own street aged 10.
I spent 4 years in the hospital getting fixed.
I had to learn firstly to breathe then walk and talk, I completed all 3 missions.
At age 14 I had lost 4 years schooling however, I was reading doctors books from age 10 and living in a hospital surrounded by adults.
Discharged from the hospital at 14 I was sent to a primary school for crippled children.
Soon after I underwent academic tests I had UE level reading maths science and biology. I had come out of hospital gifted.
I left school at 16 and went into an industrial wireman apprenticeship
I then qualified as an appliance serviceman then more training I became a TV video servicemen.
I then operated a performance car turning business, working on Porsches and Ferraris.
In the 80s I worked for century 21 electronics manufacturing and servicing amusement machines such as Space invaders
I then started my own business with a round of 2000 amusement machines across Auckland to service.
In the late 1980s, the telecommunications business was deregulated a huge amount of shops opened selling phones cordless phones answer phones banana phones.
I started Auckland telephone services employing 4 disabled people. I made enough money to buy my first house the worst house in the best street
I repair antique phones, also computers and houses
Below is my Auckland house before and after
Cars I love cars I started racing cars aged about 18
Glen McMillan, I rescued this car from 30 years sitting in a backyard, aged just 16 I repaired the car painted the car drove the car
On a wet day at Hampton Downs Raceway, started on pole position and ran away for an easy win.