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Discostar 04-26-2012 07:08 PM

Best place to get an M3 PPI done in London?
 
Hey guys.

Im from the GTA, but may be heading out to London this weekend (April 28th/29th) to look at a car. I was wondering where the best place to get a PPI done in the area would be if it comes down to that...


Thanks

qwerte 04-26-2012 11:04 PM

I have no affiliation or experience, but Fanshawe Motors seems to be a indy shop with somewhat of a BMW specialization.

What year is the car? If it is relatively new I'd consider taking it to the dealer.

BimmerBoys 04-26-2012 11:15 PM

NO!!!!! Stay the hell away from fanshawe motors! The guy is a crook!
He has no mechanics license, is always high, and gouges!
I've also met a poor fellow with mild downs syndrome that they ripped off by replacing his entire suspension without his consent.!

RUN AWAY!

fitter527 04-26-2012 11:30 PM

I have bought parts from fanshawe motors and they have excellent prices.i have never had them do any work on my car there so I cant say.
If its newer I would take it to the dealer,older not sure.i dont trust any mechanics though and do all my own wrenching for this reason.

Discostar 04-27-2012 10:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by qwerte (Post 1562748)
I have no affiliation or experience, but Fanshawe Motors seems to be a indy shop with somewhat of a BMW specialization.

What year is the car? If it is relatively new I'd consider taking it to the dealer.

Quote:

Originally Posted by BimmerBoys (Post 1562752)
NO!!!!! Stay the hell away from fanshawe motors! The guy is a crook!
He has no mechanics license, is always high, and gouges!
I've also met a poor fellow with mild downs syndrome that they ripped off by replacing his entire suspension without his consent.!

RUN AWAY!

Well, ok then. lol I'll steer clear.


qwerte, The car is an 02 M3. I usually do my own wrenching also. But I'm not 100% familiar with the e46 M3 and without a lift its always harder to check the car over the right way. Perhaps thats the best option though.


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