i don't know what two young guys you are speaking about but i myself went to them for an oil change and tire rotation. My experience was great there was an older gentlemen that said he is the owner and a younger gentlemen that is a technician there. Both were very nice and knowledgeable they showed me that my brakes had worn out, they gave me an excellent price of $159. for brakes and rotors. i would recommend this shop to everyone
Posted: 8/12/2011 • Last edited: 8/13/2011 • Link to this review
My son's car was in the shop solid for a little over a full month for minor repairs of replacing starter, brakes, exhaust leak, oil change, valve cover gaskets and reset timing. Afer I called and had a heated argument with the owner, we finally got the car back. There were untightened bolts, many loose wires, brake lights not hooked up, so he had to take it back several times for "warranty" work. I now know the two mechanics he has working for him (and on my son's car) are in their early 20's and more importantly are NOT Certified Mechanics, nor are they supervised because the actual Owner has a full time job elsewhere -so he is very seldom there. This most recent encounter with them, the car wouldn't crank because of the starter (which the non-certified employee changed out). Instead of calling a wrecker, the owner and his employee decided to attach a chain to the front and try to jump start the car. By doing that, not only did he damage the front quarter panel, but also knocked out a big piece of the fiberglass. Three days later they still haven't fixed the car, so I just said to heck with the warranty and had the car towed to a legitimate garage. On top of all of this, they have already received almost $1000 and the owner expects an additional $225 more, even though they have botched up the engine and especially damage to the body of a 86 Mustang GT - which is next to impossible to find parts for. JLM WILL DEFINITELY SEE US IN COURT!!!
Posted: 10/15/2010 • Last edited: 10/16/2010 • Link to this review