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Old 12-3-12, 23:03   #1 (permalink)
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Need work done was thinking Vocational School

Short on $$$ need to get some work done motor mounts and some other non major work was thinking of calling some vocational schools in the nj area (Union county area) to see if they need a car for their students to work on.
Anyone ever get work done this way any advice or recommendations.
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If you don't mind being without the car for much longer than a normal service than go for it. The instructors will make sure the job gets done right. However they are usually provided more than enough work from issues just with the students own vehicles lol. Nothing ventured nothing gained though. Give it a shot.

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