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    BMW specialist in or near Brum ?

    Mongo now lives at Solihull and is looking for a good garage to service and MOT her 118 (cheers Floyd, she loves it) It is not due until January but she likes to be prepared. Anyone got any recommendations ?
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    I'm not that far away in Coventry Dave, so do let me know if I can be of assistance.

    I use a few people here obviously. Solihull, notsomuch apart from the odd occasion I need something for the 911.
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    I guess Aylesbury is too far - DMWorx, They have serviced that car previously as well as another trusted local garage.

    I don't have a recommendation for anyone closer to Brum sadly.
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    Not used them myself but these are recommended on Pistonheads BMW page... Autobahn
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    Thanks all...I'll pass it on and let her be a grown up and decide herself......probably
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    I have used SimTek
    http://www.simtekbm.co.uk/

    Al Clark also used them from memory on his E46 M3.

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