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Old 10-19-06, 07:48 AM   #1
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Vette Shop

Took my 92 to Sean at the Vette Shop for a state inspection. I had a free afternoon, called Sean and asked if I could bring the car in and wait. No problem, he had an open slot. If you don't want to worry about some mechanic rounding your lug nuts when removing the wheels or scraping his belt buckle over the fender as he checks your wipe blades go to a place like Seans Vette Shop. They understand that your car is more than transportation and a new scratch will ruin you day. You might be able to save a couple of bucks by going to a discount auto center but the money you save will pale to the aggravation you drive away with.
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Old 10-19-06, 10:19 AM   #2
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I 100% agree with Don. Sean has has done a lot of work on on my car and I never have to worry about anything. I was actually getting shocks installed yesterday when Don showed up for his inspection.

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Old 10-19-06, 03:21 PM   #3
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Vette shop is very good

Sean and Tim fixed my '91 - installed new injectors and found three problems with scanning. They do really care. Prices are steep but it is great to go to a shop that all they work on is vettes. I 100% trust them. Sean is a great guy and I definitely recommend them. I am going to use them for inspection as well.
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Old 10-19-06, 06:56 PM   #4
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Sean is great he is the only one I will let on my car
Called him on Monday asked if he could do an oil change on Wed morn
while I wait for car> he had to move half his shop around to get my car on the lift.

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Old 10-20-06, 08:32 AM   #5
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I would agree as well, when i took my 74 in for some frame work and rear axle refurb, they delivered on time and pretty much on price. I had a few unexpected expenses, but I was thankful they spotted them and had called to consult before doing the work. I really enjoy going there, not that I like my Corvbette to have issues!!!!


I just stopped by the other day to say hello since I was in the area, and as always, it was like a mini car show filled with vettes..... which to me says something....

either Corvettes are Junk and all need work, or just a lot of discriminating Corvette owners take thier rides to the vette shop for great service....... I am leaning to the second choice!

Jim
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So is there any protocol to follow for when to go to Bryner and when to go to the vette shop? Warranty work to the dealer and other to the vette shop? I thought Steve was the premier vette technician in town. BTW - where is the vette shop located?

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So is there any protocol to follow for when to go to Bryner and when to go to the vette shop? Warranty work to the dealer and other to the vette shop? I thought Steve was the premier vette technician in town. BTW - where is the vette shop located?

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For your C6 stick with Steve at Bryner.
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