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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-11-2013, 06:41 AM Thread Starter
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New to area, need GOOD Alfa shop

Hi there, I recently moved from New England to the Lansing area and am in need of a good Alfa mechanic. I have an 84 Spider with a no start issue that's been driving me crazy for way too long. It ran right up until the day Reliable Transport came to pick it up. I started it, back out of the garage and when they got there it wouldn't start again. I was expecting something anyway as the previous few days I went out it took a few more cranks to start it than usual.

Are there any good (trustworthy) shops around Lansing you can recomend?

Btw, I'm on my wifes laptop so I can't upload any photos of my baby

Thanks, Steve
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Steve,

This is from the Detroit AROC newsletter. While 80 miles away from the center of Lansing, Dean is highly recommended by Alfa owners in the area. Also, the Detroit AROC chapter is a great group.

Dean Russell
Alfa Romeo service & technical assistance
313-561-3327 daytime
313-561-6603 evenings
313-561-4576 (fax)
Dean Russell's Trail Auto is located on Ann Arbor Trail, west of Telegraph Road in Dearborn Heights
trailalfa.com is under construction

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Hi there, I recently moved from New England to the Lansing area and am in need of a good Alfa mechanic. I have an 84 Spider with a no start issue that's been driving me crazy for way too long. It ran right up until the day Reliable Transport came to pick it up. I started it, back out of the garage and when they got there it wouldn't start again. I was expecting something anyway as the previous few days I went out it took a few more cranks to start it than usual.

Are there any good (trustworthy) shops around Lansing you can recomend?

Btw, I'm on my wifes laptop so I can't upload any photos of my baby

Thanks, Steve


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