"Drive a little, save a lot" for the best price, service and quality on McPherson automotive and transmission repairs. That's the motto of Nightingale Transmissions, where owner Craig Nightingale fixes everything from farm equipment to the latest sports cars.
Founded in 1991, Nightingale Transmissions remains the only shop that specializes in transmissions and rebuilds in McPherson County. Craig Nightingale learned all about transmissions from his uncle, and has been handling.. transmission repairs since he was 14 years old. Today, Craig's son Ryan carries on the family tradition and works alongside his dad in the family's shop.
The Customer's Needs Come First at McPherson Automotive
Keeping an eye out for ways to save their customers money is just one way Nightingale Transmission and McPherson Automotive puts their customers' needs first. Craig Nightingale found that keeping Nightingale Transmissions out in the country rather than moving the business into town saves his customers money thanks to the lower overhead. Customers appreciate the fact that Craig is looking out for their best interests.
Fully Equipped to Fix Transmission Problems Big and Small
Craig's 12 years of automotive repair experience saves time as well as money. Nightingale Transmissions is fully equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment, but nothing can replace a skilled mechanic's insights to correctly diagnose and fix transmissions. Nightingale Transmissions works on automatic and manual transmissions, as well as cars, trucks and farm equipment. From simple maintenance to complex repairs, McPherson Automotive and Nightingale Transmission is the trusted name in the local Galva, Kansas community.
Backed by a Great Guarantee and Stellar Certifications
Nightingale Transmissions offers a 2-year, 24,000 mile warranty and ASE-certified technicians. We a member of the local Better Business Bureau, as well as the Automatic Transmission Services Group and the Transmission Rebuilders Network Worldwide.
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