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RPM Dubbo

Dubbo CBD NSW 2830

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Angela

• Aug 2020

Quick, efficient and lovely service.

Clancy Automotive Dubbo

Dubbo CBD NSW 2830

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All cars being serviced at Clancy Ford Dubbo are thoroughly inspected and any recommendations for adjustments are discussed with our customers. That’s why we insist that every technician who works for us goes through a rigorous training program to become knowledgeable about all Ford models. Whatever Ford you drive, you can rest assured that our technicians are more up to speed on what’s under the bonnet, and have access to the right diagnostic tools We are located next door to Orana Mall.

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Deon

• Aug 2020

There pick up and drop off is great, just really nice people to deal with.

Dubbo City Smash & Mechanical

Dubbo CBD NSW 2830

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An experienced, family owned, local business. We ensure our customers are back on the road quickly with the confidence their car is safe and looking great. At Dubbo City Smash & Mechanical, we work for you. Our business is locally owned and operated, ready to serve the needs of clients in Dubbo and the surrounding areas. We don't work to suit the insurance companies. We are here to help our customers feel safe and comfortable in their car after they have been in an accident. That's why we go the extra mile to ensure your car is ready to be back on the road. Dubbo City Smash & Mechanical is run by Aaron and his wife Jacque. Both have more than 35 years' combined experience in the automotive industry. Aaron's father Terry is the workshop's head mechanic, bringing 45 years of his own experience as well. The business employs highly skilled spray painters, smash repairers and mechanics to ensure quality in everything we do. In recent years we have expanded and moved to a new workshop on Mountbatten Drive. This has given us plenty of room for our specialty equipment, allowing us to take even better care of our customers. When you need a professional finish for your car or bike, come down and see Dubbo City Smash & Mechanical

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