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Yearly Archives: 2017

An Oldie But A Goodie

While discussing the shop’s new intern (who has been described as part land piranha and part alligator,) this old BMW Z4 advert came to mind. Based on an SNL skit from long ago, this ad campaign from BMW has always been one of my favorites! I hope you all enjoy

Special Contest!

Special Contest!

It is time to take a minute from the car talk, and discuss one of the favorite employees here at the shop! If you've been in, you of course know that I mean Dwayne! He's now five years old, and has been working with me daily since he was four months old. In all the time he has been here with us, making clients smile, the pervasive question has been, "What is he?!" The answer to that question will soon be at hand. In order to make things interesting, we are holding a little pool so people can try their hand at a guess! Each entry is $5, with the change to pick up to 5 breeds and the associated percentages. Winner will receive 50% of the pot, with the other 50% donated to the Humane Society of the South Platte Valley. If you're interested in entering, please swing by the shop to place your votes! The winner will be announced in the next 4-6 weeks once the DNA test results are in! No matter what the outcome, I hope we can al ... read more

Friday Road Construction

Just a heads up to our clients that are scheduled to visit us today; access from Bates Ave. is closed due to construction, so please come around to Galapago St. instead

Neighborhood Changes

Wow, if you've been in lately, you've seen some interesting changes coming to our little neighborhood! Two separate building projects are finally taking place on the large lot across the street, former home of the General Iron Works factory. The first project, almost completed, is a small apartment complex, with two buildings. The second, which is in the "moving around dirt" phase, will contain single family homes, possibly mixed with multi-unit dwellings. We hope that the new construction will bring even more life into this already unique neighborhood, without affecting our beloved wildlife too much. The history of General Iron Works spans back to the 1920s, when five competing machining and iron companies merged into one business. The factory played an important role during World War II, producing machine tools, pumps, marine boiler & turret parts, and artillery shells, among other items. After the buildings were torn down in 2002, several temporary projects took over for short t ... read more