Hillcrest German Auto | Downtown | Auto Service | Services
Having a fine, German-made auto like a vintage BMW or Mercedes Benz is great, until it comes time for service or repair. Then you'd better hope you can sell a lung on the black market, especially if you're considering taking it back to the dealership. That's where a great, local place like Hillcrest German Auto comes in. It's not in Hillcrest anymore, but it is located conveniently near downtown, where many of the Deutsch autobesitzer tend to congregate. They've built a sterling local reputation over the years. If you've got a Panzerwagen that's getting a little long in the tooth, write their phone number and address on the sunvisor in permanent marker. It might come in handy someday.


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