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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-28-2011, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Lexington area Alfa mechanic

Am contemplating the purchase of an Alfa in the Lexington area. There are a few minor mechanical items that need immediate attention. I'd like to have the care repaired, then drive it 1,000 miles home. Are there any *good* Alfista mechanics in the Lexington area that someone might suggest?

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Our Lexington folks recommended Dan at Stuttgart Motors, and he did not disappoint.

If in the Cincinnati area, you have European Auto Specialists. Ltd.

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How to make the best of a bad situation...

I thoroughly second Enrique's comments. I had the opportunity to utilize both shops during the recent AROC activities, and I could not be happier with the service that both provided. Dan and his crew at Stuttgart dropped everything they were doing to repair the clutch slave cylinder on the Spider. And Bob at European did a thorough job replacing the fuel pump. When parts availability was questionable, we were given a loaner Milano (with AC!!!) and made the Convention anyway. And I enjoyed a pleasant meal with some of the Scovanner family before they took me to the Cincy airport for my return flight.

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