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Old 05-30-13, 04:59 PM
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Like to work on your car but do not have a garage, work space, or tools? Check out: Your Dream Garage -- SoCal LA's No.1 Do-It-Yourself Auto Shop. Baldwin located in Baldwin Park, CA.

www.urdreamgarage.com

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wow 15 bucks an hour ouch but its not that bad I used to use my base auto shop all the time saves so much money in shop fees if you are ever up to working on your car
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link is dead but if it is a fully stocked shop then $15 per hour is more than reasonable. not everyone is in the armed forces and the luxury of having those shops makes those who can take advantage of it rather spoiled.

picture paying $1500 a month just for the space plus the $30k+ in tools and you can see why shops charge $100 per hour.
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link is dead but if it is a fully stocked shop then $15 per hour is more than reasonable. not everyone is in the armed forces and the luxury of having those shops makes those who can take advantage of it rather spoiled.

picture paying $1500 a month just for the space plus the $30k+ in tools and you can see why shops charge $100 per hour.
Great point Rotary Evolution!!! Yes the shop is FULLY stocked, you do not have to bring ANYTHING except your parts and your car. I normally go with a half day lift which costs $75.00 for 6 hours. That's almost two hours of labor service charge for a mechanic.

Here is their web site and FaceBook links:

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Definitely gonna hit up this place as my own home garage will likely have its limit met due to my lack of proper tools you'd find in any respectable shop. Great to see it in Cali, albeit, not the closest from me but DEFINITELY worth the drive from what I've read on here.
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