Just PM tdiclub member SCarroll. He's had lots of satisfied customers.MoutainTDI said:I tried Googling Steve Carroll in Aurora, Colorado. I couldn't seem to find anything. Does anyone know a good mechanic in Colorado? Thanks.
Ditto on the Dallas mechanic. I just bought an '82 Jetta and am considering doing stuff myself, but would like a backup for if (more likely when) I break something.nicklockard said:No one in the Dallas-Fort Worth area?
These are not the same, should read:BleachedBora said:
As long as you're willing to drive 6 to 8 hours, I'd recommend runonbeer in Austin.broundtree said:I've been looking for someone in the New Orleans area to nearly no avail.
Eric B,TDikook said:...he is showing me how to do TBs so when I move to mIssissippi next week, I can hopefully help some tdiers down there. Jason is very thorough and knows his stuff. he cares for the car like it was his own. he wants the tdi to run forever, but knows it needs help to do it, and is not afraid to tell you.
I like to consider myself a good mechanic, lol.. I'm over in Port Jervis, NY.. I have Vag-com and all the timing belt tools..casteld73 said:Anyone know of some good TDI mechanics in North New Jersey/Hudson vally NY.
I was going to recommend Paramedick in Versailles KY, near Frankfort.wulf420 said:Anybody know any good mechanics/shops/dealerships in Tennessee (preferably around Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga)
OOPS! forgot to add the phone number - please update! 740.707.6210myke_w said:How can I get on this list...? Ohio, the business name is "The Dub Doctor Volkswagen Service" I'm at 11 Hudson Avenue Athens, Ohio 45701.