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Mark, At Marks’ Expert Auto, Makes a “Miracle” Happen for My Bianca-saur!

Marks' Expert Auto in Seattle/Burien

Marks' Expert Auto in Seattle/Burien

I have an older SUV, a Ford Explorer, AND I have a wonderful Auto Repair shop that takes care of my hardworking Explorer...Marks' Expert Auto. Bianca-saur (my white Explorer) has been feeling a little under the weather.  Later, I described her symptoms to Marks' wife Lisa, as having bronchitis.  A few days before I was having a marathon day of touring houses for sale, and Bianca-saur, who had been suffering  for a bit, seemed to be much worse.   *sigh*   Time to take her to Marks'...oh how I hate being car-less in Seattle!  So I left her at Marks', and later in the day got some bad news.....  Bianca-saur's days are numbered as she is in need of an engine transplant.  *sigh* Mark told me that I might be better off replacing Bianca-saur rather than getting into the expense of an "engine transplant" and who knows what else might be discovered.  *sigh* THIS, I needed to think about....  Later when I called Mark back, I said well, lets just do an oil change for now, and I'll pick her up afterwards.  Later, I get a VM from Lisa telling me that Mark made a "Miracle"... Bianca-saur was running better!  When I picked her up, she was running sooo much better, not exactly purring, but without the recent "bronchitis" straining.  Yay!  Lisa did not know what Mark had done, and I only know that something wonderful had happened.  You don't question the nature of a miracle, you just have faith! I have been taking my cars to Marks' for a least a decade, I even followed when Mark moved his shop to Burien.  You know, it's so important to have a trusted auto mechanic.  TRUST is an important asspect in all professional service realtionships: Trusted Accountant, Trusted Auto Repair, Trusted Electrician, Trusted Plumber, and...ahem, Trusted Seattle Real Estate Agent! Thanks Mark, Lisa and let's not forget Nate!

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