108 Market St, Ballarat Central VIC 3350, Australia
108 Market Street Ballarat Central VI
Auto Parts, Auto Repair, Auto Repair Shop, Cars, Auto Parts Store, Tire Shop
Car Repair, Store
(03) 5331 1996
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A great rebuild on my old classic car. AAA+++ Thanks heaps
Quality customer service very reasonable pricing on all work did a great job restoreing my hr panel van with full motor rebuild A++++++++++ thank you guys
I totally disagree with you - I have been taking my car to these boys for approx. 7 years now. I started going there after another mechanic told me I needed new brakes but when I went to Market Tyres & Mechanical they said I would get another 5000kms out them! They are very honest and very price competitive. Thanks guys :)
Rubbish, sent there by wheels for adjustable rear camber to be set as well as factory adjustments. Spent 10 minutes on the car, only set toe, tried selling me unnecessary adjustable parts, wanted me to pay for another wheel alignment at a later date for camber adjustment. They tried taking me for a ride.. Had the job done elsewhere the next day.
Always helpful and accommodating, Aaron and the team are well worth a visit for good service at a reasonable price!
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