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Old 07-30-2012, 03:46 PM   #1
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Indy Shops for Convertible Repair

Thought this might be helpful to start a list of indy shops in your area that specialize in servicing repairing convertible top motors.

Enco Auto Trim & Glass
2836 Dufferin St.
Toronto ON M6B 3S3
Tel. (416) 789-1851
Ask for Louis Cimicata

I've always dreaded the day when the top might stop working and how much the $$ damage is going to be. After chatting with the BMW specialty service indy shop that I usually go to; www.bimmersport.ca, they referred me to Enco Auto Trim & Glass

My convertible top motor made a clicking sound and stopped working. Couldn't get the top to open or close. Managed to close the top manually and make my way to Enco Auto Trim & Glass.

These guys know their stuff. They had lots of other luxury convertible makes on the lot (Mercedes, Jaguar, BMW, Audi, etc.). The gave a quick look at the symptoms and was able to repair the convertible motor in under a few hours for only $260. including parts. They had extra parts in stock which I assume from servicing different convertible motors. Talk about service on the spot!

It's the middle of summer and it would suck big time to not have the top work..even for 1 day! Very satisfied with the results and would recommend Enco Auto Trim & Glass highly.

So for those in Toronto Ontario..you can get professional help with getting your convertible top back in action without breaking your bank book!
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Old 06-24-2013, 05:02 PM   #2
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I just dropped off my '05 M3 vert for leather repair and these guys seem to be ones to go to!

Louis seems highly professional and they gave me a fantastic rate for two seats.

I will post before and after pictures of the repair soon.
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