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Another good, honest and knowledgable shop [in Phoenix west valley area] is Jake's Auto Repair on 96th Avenue (off of Peoria Ave. just west of the W. 101 loop). He is a general repair shop but always has a Corvette or two being worked on. We just moved to TN from the Phoenix area and need to find another good shop.
I'm thinking if you make a statement like that you should at least give a reason...........
I took the car in to get the car running for emmissions. The car ran worse than when I took it in, plus he cut up a NOS TI harness and
rewrapped in electrical tape. He fixed the tilt and the steering wheel was way off. I am sure some people have had good luck but not me.
I still would not recommend them.