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    Any private E30 mechanics in the Bay Area?

    Looking for some maintenance work to be done.

    #2
    What kinda work?
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      #3
      Originally posted by McGyver View Post
      What kinda work?
      Timing belt change, possibly water pump, oil change, tranny flush, suspension work (springs, shocks, install)

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        #4
        Originally posted by spyder918 View Post
        Timing belt change, possibly water pump, oil change, tranny flush, suspension work (springs, shocks, install)
        A shop in the bay will change a ton for that work ~ 2-3k.
        If you are handy you can do it yourself at a place like pit row - a place you can work on your car with their tools.
        Much wow
        I hate 4 doors

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          #5
          I could probably knock all that out in a weekend for you.


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            #6
            Iíve taken my e30 to Bimmers in San Carlos. It was $$$. I was hoping someone would chime in on this thread with a cheaper shop :(.

            Iíve done all the work you describe myself. Itís a fair amount of work!

            At some point I need to fix some of the oil leaks, but waiting till I need a clutch for that. I really want to pay someone to do those jobs!


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              #7
              Originally posted by Cabriolet View Post
              A shop in the bay will change a ton for that work ~ 2-3k.
              If you are handy you can do it yourself at a place like pit row - a place you can work on your car with their tools.

              the hardest for me is the suspension, im tired of doing suspension.....

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