Classic Car Repair

Classic Car Repair

The qualified technicians in autoworks perform complete maintenance and repair for your classic and vintage vehicles, for Example:

Suspension and steering adjustments and repairs, brake systems, drive axles and engine repair, waterpumps, alternators and starters. Almost anything you need mechanical or electrical.

Prepare your classic vehicle for another vehicle show or restore functionality to your classic car now. In case you have any questions regarding our solutions, talk to one of our staff now.

We look forward to working together and maintaining your classic auto in prime condition.

FAQ

What happens if a mechanic doesn't fix your car?

When an approved repair does not fix the problem, the mechanic failed to correctly diagnose the problem in the first place. When this happens, mechanics will often refuse to provide you a refund, since they did spend time working on your car and paid out-of-pocket for any parts that were replaced.

Where can I find a mechanic to inspect a used car?

You can ask a mechanic you trust to accompany you to the dealership and inspect the car on the lot. Alternatively, you can take it to an independent auto diagnostic clinic. Most reputable auto dealerships allow prospective buyers to take cars off the lot for inspection.

How much do car mechanics make?

Bureau of Labor Statistics figures indicate that automotive technicians earned an average annual salary of $38,560 and an average hourly wage of $18.54 as of May 2011. Half of auto technicians reported annual salaries of between $26,850 and $47,540 and hourly wages of between $12.91 and $22.86.

How do dealerships rip you off?

Here are the top five tricks dealers use to rip you off when you’re buying a car. 1. Mixing negotiations. … Mixing these negotiations allows them to show the buyer one favorable figure, like the new-car price, while obscuring a less favorable figure, like the trade-in price or financing terms.

Why are mechanics crooks?

Most customers don’t know how cars work, how much labor is involved in doing something, what complications can be found during the repair process etc. This allows “crook” mechanics to upsell things you don’t need or overcharge for certain services. … People may think mechanics are crooks for a variety of reasons.