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Old 06-04-2014, 10:10 AM   #1
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Fort Worth/Midcities shop recommendation

I need a suggestion for a local shop to do some diagnosis/repair work - engine related. I live in Euless, so anything in the HEB area, Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, etc. I have tried Classic Chevrolet with no luck, and have been told by Pep Boys, etc that they will not work on OBD1. It's for a 93 Z28.

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Re: Fort Worth/Midcities shop recommendation

For general work, I would say go see Randy at the Masters Touch off of I-30 and Las Vegas Tr on the west side of Ftw. He knows ODB1's and did a few things on my LT1 when I didn't want to haul it all the way to Royce City to JL Enterprises, which is who I would recommend for any internal engine work, nice shop and it's kept inside right on his property / home.
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