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Phase 2 begins!

5 January 2012
Fort Campbell, KY
Currently Freshening up my 1993 NSX, after getting clutch/seals/brakes/engine side radiator hoses/motor/etc, now working on some other stuff. Look what just came in the mail for phase 2!


More to follow
HaHa actually it was some work for Track One, a shop here in the Nashville area that recently acquired a super legit NSX mechanic from a NSX shop up in MD. I dropped the car off Tues, to have the axles rebuilt, front and mid radiator hoses/thermostat, a new fuel pump and fuel lines, and some little stuff. I just picked up the car, and am more then pleased. Mike (the owner) and Dan (the NSX mechanic) were both extremely laid back, professional, and I could tell the really care about their work. Dan is extremely knowledgeable about NSX's (he has some years working on them, and it shows), and was able to do all the work much quicker then I could have expected. Mike and Dan treated my car like it was their own, which is worth its weight in gold. I was kept informed of everything going on with the car by phone, which also was a huge plus.

Speaking of gold, their labor rates are extremely competitive, and with how good Dan is on NSX's, he can squeeze quite a bit of work in a few short hours, so you really get your money's worth. he even went over my old parts that he had pulled out, and showed me where the potential failures could have arisen (i.e. my thermostat was OLD and it showed). Working with Mike and Dan was like talking to friends, who were not interested in lining their wallets, but genuinely helping you out. In closing, if your looking for a great shop in the TN area, ran by top notch people and want your car worked on by a true NSX specialist, you can't go wrong going with Mike and Dan at Track One. I would hands down recommend them to any NSX owner, or Car enthusiast in general.