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    Mechanic in Houston area?

    Here's an off-the-wall question for you guys.
    Does anyone have a trusted mechanic in the Houston TX area who could do a pre-purchase inspection for us on a used vehicle?
    If so, please send me a pm.

    Thanks
    Peter

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    How about Car Talk's list?

    http://www.cartalk.com/mechanics-search
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Ablett View Post
    How about Car Talk's list?

    http://www.cartalk.com/mechanics-search
    Another great suggestion from Far, Far Away!
    Thanks Buddy

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    I hope it helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Rideout View Post
    Here's an off-the-wall question for you guys.
    Does anyone have a trusted mechanic in the Houston TX area who could do a pre-purchase inspection for us on a used vehicle?
    If so, please send me a pm.

    Thanks
    Peter
    Peter,
    I used a shop in Humble, Texas just north of Houston when I lived there.... it's been a few years since I was there, and wasn't certain of the shop name, but pretty sure these are the right people.... nice people, trusted them with my Avalon....
    http://www.aandjautomotiveservice.com/1143182.html

    They are out FM1960 east of Humble towards Lake Houston in an area called Atascocita.

    Good luck.
    Chuck
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