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I'm in the process of preparing my '03 Z for the 3/31 Seat Time at Summit Point. I had intended to go to Tony's or Criswell's to get the work done and I found Tony is backed up to mid-April and Criswell's "didn't meet a good price point". (By the way, Tony's shop is awesome if you haven't been there - smartest guys I've met yet)

So, some of the work I'll do myself I guess, but I need someone to do things I'm not comfortable with. Preferably someone with a Tech II so I can get the brakes flushed.

Any suggestions for a trustworthy local shop that can help on a few basics before Seat Time? I'm hoping to have Tony add headers and do a tune, I'll just wait until later.
 

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Joe Malo at Koons Chev. in Tysons Corner is a good vette mech.
 

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I problably talking for someone else, but people that experienced with Bob at Fox Chevy in Laurel, have good things, Mike (mjustmike) from this site refered but I know for a fact they're half price of Criswells, I say shoot an email to mjustmike and Bob the Vette mechanic does have a name here too but I cant remember it, :thumb:
 

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2MchFun said:
Joe Malo at Koons Chev. in Tysons Corner is a good vette mech.
I second this motion! :jammin: He is the mechanic that is recommended for vettes in this area.
 

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COUTO1981 said:
I problably talking for someone else, but people that experienced with Bob at Fox Chevy in Laurel, have good things, Mike (mjustmike) from this site refered but I know for a fact they're half price of Criswells, I say shoot an email to mjustmike and Bob the Vette mechanic does have a name here too but I cant remember it, :thumb:
Try emailing or PM'ing Bowtiebandit.
 
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