Albany Extra - - Trades & Services -

The seem­ingly never end­ing line of cars at Gra­ham Man­ley’s work­shop is tes­ta­ment to a loyal fol­low­ing of cus­tomers built on a solid rep­u­ta­tion.

The team aim to pro­vide a com­plete ser­vice for all makes and mod­els of cars, 4WD, buses and small to medium sized trucks. With three qual­i­fied me­chan­ics, an au­to­matic trans­mis­sion spe­cial­ist and an ap­pren­tice in house, ev­ery­thing from ba­sic log book ser­vic­ing, clutches, brakes any­thing me­chan­i­cal can be done here on both diesel and petrol en­gines. If you need a new part, no mat­ter how big or how small, it will be or­dered in and ex­pertly fit­ted as soon as pos­si­ble.

Know­ing that ex­per­tise can’t be gained in ev­ery area, Gra­ham knows when a spe­cial­ist is re­quired. If you have been in­volved in a car ac­ci­dent, you can call the of­fice and they can or­gan­ise ev­ery­thing for you from the tow truck to the panel beat­ing and me­chan­i­cal re­pairs.

If you can’t make it into the work­shop, a me­chanic can be dis­patched to you for mo­bile me­chanic re­pairs.

Gra­ham likes to think of his busi­ness as a one-stop au­to­mo­tive re­pairs cen­tre. He has cus­tomers who trust him com­pletely and sim­ply drop off their car and pick it up with ev­ery­thing done nec­es­sary in­clud­ing new tyres and wind­screen wipers.

Com­mu­ni­ca­tion is im­por­tant and you can talk di­rectly to the per­son work­ing on your car from be­gin­ning to end.

The team start to ar­rive from 7 and work long hours five days a week to give their cus­tomers the ser­vice they ex­pect and de­serve.

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