He's already won a trip to the United States for his handiwork with wrench in hand, but Robert Barbar will be looking to add a trip to Japan to his itinerary when he tackles the Hino Motor Sales Skills Contest.
The contest, which involves mechanics from across the country coming together to complete mechanical challenges - such as replacing brake discs and tyres under timed conditions, an hour-long task which he had to do in 20 minutes at last year's event.
He qualified for the finals - which take place on November 21 in Sydney - after four months worth of questions in online surveys sent out by Hino, a truck manufacturer which Mr Barbar services at West Orange Motors.
It will be his fourth Hino finals challenge, and after winning a similar competition run by Freightliner he'll run in full of confidence.
The Freightliner competition was held only last month, with the win securing his place on a trip to America in 2020 to visit factories the trucks roll off, and a similar experience awaits him in Japan should he claim the top prize.
"It's been a great learning exercise, I don't often get to work on Hinos. They've brought out two models of trucks and two new engines and I haven't seen them at all," he said.
"I like trucks, I like doing this sort of stuff."
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