136 Beach St, Frankston VIC 3199, Australia
136 Beach Street Frankston VI
(03) 9770 0740
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Clare Cadd said 4 years ago
You couldn't ask for a better mechanic! Jim is extremely trustworthy and provides an exceptional service. Excellent pricing too! I would highly recommend Winifred Service Centre as you will find a mechanic for life.
veronica jordan said 4 years ago
Jim is an amazing mechanic, I have been going to him for years now. He is highly trustworthy and honest and does an outstanding job. He is very affordable too.
Beata Dorain said 4 years ago
Fantastic service, very honest friendly mechanic! Excellent experience!!!
Sean G said 4 years ago
Jim quoted me a reasonable price for doing some work at short notice on my cars, and then, he did a good job (both of the cars he worked on have done about 5000kms apiece since he worked on them - with no issues), was finished on time, and stuck to his quote. Other tradies should take a leaf out of Jim's book.
Jennifer McIntosh said 4 years ago
Fantastic mechanic, very honest, very trustworthy and great price
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