Then, unexpectedly, we saw that all these months later they hadn't forgotten and had taken the time to write a nice review on merchantcircle.com. Here's what the review said:
This past summer (2012) my family and I were traveling when my 2003 Suburban broke down in no where Texas (Leesville-a sweet, quiet community). We used our phone to look up a mechanic. We were surprised to find out there was one just a few miles from us down a country road called Motorheads. Guy came to our rescue! He got us back to his place, diagnosed the problems and helped us get a part from a local (15-20 miles away) parts store. As we talked to him, he was so enthusiastic about his love of old cars, his horses, and his dogs. He made us feel like old friends. When it was time for us to get back on the road, he wouldn't let us pay him for his trouble. He did all that just because he wanted to help us, stranded travelers. We are forever thankful! The Smith Family
Guy and I are grateful to all of our customers, no matter how small or large the job is. We are enthusiastic about the work we do because we love the work and the people we meet and make friends with. And it's nice when you make someone's life a bit more enjoyable. The Smith family was such a nice "bump in the road". While we don't typically work on anything newer than a 1979 vehicle, they were in a bad spot. They desperately needed an immediate fix, we had the ability to help, and we were happy to help get them back on the road. We could only wish the same if we were caught up in a bad situation. Guy and I thank them for the nice words. We, too, feel we met old friends that day.