BMW specialists around Bristol?

BMW specialists around Bristol?

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Six Fiend

6,067 posts

184 months

Wednesday 14th December 2016
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The Fishponds garage was Wheelbase and is now White Cube Automotive run by Dan who bought out the old business. He's a good guy and has also done some work on mine.

Balaclava Industrial Estate Balaclava Rd Bristol, Avon BS16 3LJ‎
Tel: 0117 965 9470

F1 ASBO

426 posts

88 months

Friday 16th December 2016
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Six Fiend said:
The Fishponds garage was Wheelbase and is now White Cube Automotive run by Dan who bought out the old business. He's a good guy and has also done some work on mine.

Balaclava Industrial Estate Balaclava Rd Bristol, Avon BS16 3LJ?
Tel: 0117 965 9470
Thank you Six Fiend, I was really struggling to recall their old name, I knew it ended in 'base' but so does the one in Sodbury and that is too much form my old brain to compute these days!!

Rob_R

2,385 posts

214 months

Wednesday 21st December 2016
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ojo said:
You can't beat James Redish - top bloke redish-motorsport.com
Second this. I don't think I'd ever take my M3 anywhere else.

Willie Dee

1,559 posts

177 months

Monday 2nd January 2017
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Rob_R said:
Second this. I don't think I'd ever take my M3 anywhere else.
From everything I've read I don't know why anyone would take an M car any where else in Bristol. I've not experienced any other specialists and I am sure they are good, but Redish have a stunning and consistent reputation with people taking special M cars internationally to them.

bedonde

469 posts

199 months

Saturday 9th January
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Thread resurrection!
Just wondering whether there are any other experiences of Mill Lane Automotive in Bristol? Thinking of letting them loose on my e39 M5 for a few jobs needing doing.

m444ttb

3,140 posts

198 months

Tuesday 26th January
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I’d go to honestly Redish Automotive. James is so good I’d seriously consider owning BMWs just because I absolutely trust him with them. He is a friend of mine from as far back as 2004 when (two jobs before he started his business) when he put himself out massively to help me sort my knackered 328i bottom end. That wasn’t the only time either.

Pulse

10,845 posts

187 months

Tuesday 26th January
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Redish, when I’ve contacted them for help / advice, were extremely helpful. I remember that, even all these years on. Last owned a BMW about 8 years ago!

bedonde

469 posts

199 months

Wednesday 27th January
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m444ttb said:
I’d go to honestly Redish Automotive. James is so good I’d seriously consider owning BMWs just because I absolutely trust him with them. He is a friend of mine from as far back as 2004 when (two jobs before he started his business) when he put himself out massively to help me sort my knackered 328i bottom end. That wasn’t the only time either.
Have used them a fair few times over the years, but looking for alternatives. Hence wondering if anyone had used Mill Lane Automotive on older M cars.

Huff

2,748 posts

160 months

Thursday 4th February
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I used Mill Lane for everything when I had my Alpina B10 3.3 manual, and can thoroughly recommend Lee and the team. IME, they really know what they are about, and care. I'd have no hesitation taking an M to them.