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Old 09-04-2010, 02:51 PM
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mechanic recomendation in the santa monica area

I think my starter is dying and I dont have any time to deal with it myself.

Anyone know of good mechanic for my 1969 f100 ranger in the Santa Monica\West LA\Culver City area?

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I think my starter is dying and I dont have any time to deal with it myself.

Anyone know of good mechanic for my 1969 f100 ranger in the Santa Monica\West LA\Culver City area?

Thanks.
At one time I coulda given you 100 recommendations, but I moved from the west side 10 years ago, dunno how many of these shops are still in business.

Call Engler Brothers Auto Parts on Pico Blvd in Santa Monica, ask for a shop recommend.

There's a shop on Washington Blvd. about where Barrington merges, the owner is a Ford nut, owns a bunch of Mustangs, Shelby's and etc. Works on anything, I cannot recall the name.
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