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This would be very refreshing! (more) (archive)

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Posted by Cosmo on May 17, 2001 at 10:29:07:

In Reply to: Survey for So Cal residents. Very important to me! posted by Denis on May 17, 2001 at 01:41:29:

Especially, if the shop hand holds you through everything that is being done to the car. Whats the problem? Why did it happen? How can you avoid the same thing in the future. Recommend upgrades.(for example: rear shock mount bushings failure. Every shop that I have been to have put in the stock ones every time (3X)) It would be nice to have a shop that shows as much enthusiasim about motoring as myself! Not just a bunch of wrench turners hitting the clock.

Hope this helps.
Hello to all fellow BMW enthusiasts!
I would like to hear your opinions on what BMW service should be,
and what would it take for you to switch from your
regular repair place to new one. Any preference in location? Prices?
Customer shuttle? Speedvision? Good magazines to read? Competent mechanics?
It could be a place where you can just service your loved one (car of course:))
or do some performance upgrades (computer, wheels, exhaust, suspension, brakes etc.)
I'm just trying to see if there will be demand for such place in So California/ Los Angeles area.
Any wishes? I would like to hear all opinions and suggestions. You never know, your wish may
come true... Please respond directly on the board or e-mail me.

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