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post #16 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-13-2012, 01:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Dean Peterken View Post
The work was done by Maurice Thomson Motors in Te Awamutu....

+1 for Maurice Thomson Motors

Despite living in Auckaland at the time, i would happily take my cars (classic & modern)
to Maurice for service / repair because i knew i would get the job done right first time,
for a reasonable price, by a man i could trust...


p.s. No affiliation, - just a happy customer


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post #17 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-17-2012, 07:09 PM
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Smile Alfa 166

My 166 has always been serviced by CCS in Ak until I moved to Wellington, tried a Italian Auto in Otahuhu but they damaged my paint work and they didn't care to much, job they was OK. Now I use Hutt European and they are great. All mechanics have either worked for Alfa, Merc, BMW or Audi, knowledge is top, work quality is even better. After having my car repainted I couldn't get it out of Park, Hutt Euro boss came down to the car after hours, took it back to workshop and worked on it for the next 2 days to finally find a screw in back door had hit a wire and shorted. They rang and said they wouldn't charge all their time out and let me off with a small charge. Now I'll take my BMW X5 to them as well for service.
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post #18 of 22 (permalink) Old 03-04-2012, 12:43 PM
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Hi All

Sorry for the delay in revisiting. Anyway thanks Nick and Peejay for the recommendations. Will report back when with how I got on.


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Forza Works

Greetings - 1st posting here and a bit late to the party.

I hesitate to wax lyrical bout these things but Forza Works guys do the business - 2 of the 3 are Alfa owners, are quick, reasonably priced - up with modern tech and I think the amount of work they do on even more exotic Italian marques speaks volumes. I make these comments as I have used other aformentioned service centres with mixed results - thanks db

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post #21 of 22 (permalink) Old 06-06-2012, 02:35 PM
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This isn't really indicative but when I bought the car at 40,000km in 2010 I got the 120,000km service done as it was 8 yrs old with no service history but good condition. Cost was $3800 but that incl. all belts / idlers all fluids excl. gearbox incl. flush and Shell synth oil / all filters - top engine mount and replacement of the plastic waterpump with a metal GT one (known issue). This wasn't at Forza but on the Nth Shore but i consider fair value and given she has gone like a dream since worthwhile preventitive maintenance. hope that helps - db
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post #22 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-15-2014, 03:10 AM
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Hey guys, i Do Alfa and Fiat Full repairs. rebuild engines, slelespeed repair.
i have the last released software. also do the job for good price.
please feel free to contact me if you need help.

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