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Classic seems good, I've only been there a couple of times and also dealt with Mike Misner. They have a huge parts inventory so lack of a part will likely never slow your work order. Also Mike will work with you together with the technician so they keep you informed. I like that.
They are sponsors of Bumberas garage that specializes in high performance and I think the connection is worth checking out. Because my car is also under warranty I've not had Bumberas work on it but they did work on my caddy CTS and work was done well.
I have used Mac Haik for the last 15 years. Their service advisors have been great although they don't seem to stay. At least the ones that I get. Just bought the Corvette last year. I have used Carlos at Classic for my wifes car with great results. Glad to hear that they are Corvette friendly. Their parts department has never disappointed me.
RPM Automotive is great for Corvettes. Tommy Walker knows his way around Vettes. AAA approved and very fair pricing. Had two C4 with hard to find parts resolved. Also C5 serviced. Now I have a C6 and they will keep my business.
Frank's Vettes on Louetta in Spring. ALL he does is corvettes and his labor rates are cheaper than dealerships. Better yet, he knows vettes inside and out. Have taken all my vettes there for years and wont take them anywhere else.
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