I'm young but I have over 10 years of experience working on cars. I spend my spare time working on my own vehicles or trying to acquire more.
Any small jobs like brakes, oil changes, filters, spark plugs and general maintenance.
Most electrical jobs like diagnostics, short repair, stereo/subwoofer installation and ignition components. (No ECU tuning)
Some big jobs like suspension work, engine, transmission or axle replacement and general overhaul/restoration. I've done it all before so don't hesitate to ask!
I'm not a diagnostics expert, but I can usually track down strange sounds or shakes. At the very least, I should be able to narrow it down a lot in a very short time. Giving the shop a good idea of what the problem is can save you $$$ in diagnostic fees.
I'm also happy to give advice or help you as much as I can over the phone.
Pretty much any make or model under $100,000.
Price really just depends on the job. I'm happy to trade for Simbi or other services. Prices are very flexible and may be as low as good conversation while I work and a smile.
Training & Qualifications
Most of my experience is with classics, particularly imports.
('73 Porsche, 6 different VW's from '56-'96, '91 and '94 Camaros, and more)
I also know what I'm doing with modern cars.
('06 Subaru, worked at a dealership with '98-'14 Volvos, familiar with almost all Ford, GM, Honda and Toyota as well)
I also have lots of experience with bicycles and motorcycles.
(I ride an '82 Suzuki Gs750T every day as it's currently my only vehicle.)
If your car isn't on there it's probably close enough to one that is so feel free to ask! I won't take on a job I'm not sure I can handle.
(No Ferraris, Teslas, or cars worth over 100 grand. Leave those to the specialists)
I have a jack, stands, hand tools and some specialty stuff.
Also good with a MIG welder, but I don't own one.
Availability & Preferences
Random, but very flexible.