836 Humffray St, South Ballarat VIC 3350, Australia
836 Humffray St South Ballarat VI
(03) 5332 1721
Monday 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM
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Tony Dovaston said 4 years ago
Well organised with great access to their inventory from the front desk. Its traditional wrecker service with a customer friendly front door. These guys have long been the biggest and most professionally run wreckers in Ballarat and they are just as good for a young girl looking for a part on her first car as they are for the hard core car freak.
Aussie Pride said 3 years ago
Called to get a part from them, still waiting after a day, absolutely rude and arrogant staff, don't no how they're still in business. Disgraceful way to run a business
ross wyatt said 4 years ago
if i could give them no stars i would .... tried to sell me a part that was way over priced that wasn't even all there and and then when i tried to talk to them about it . they swore at me and they were very rude... very very poor customer service and id never go there again
Arthur Coombes said 4 years ago
Wow, these guys really go out of their way to give customer satisfaction. Great prices and swift service!
Ian Haywood said 4 years ago
Could not believe the amount of cars part s they've got great people to deal with . Good on price .
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