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What are you after having done?

If its a rebuild on a rotary engine I know just the man but he is up near Basingstoke way.
 

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They have been very helpful with me in general and I would highly recommend them. I just wondered what other people thought of them.

It is nice to have good MX5 specialist mentioned on the forum so people know where to turn to.

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Ninja

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I used to live a few miles away from them some 10 years ago, never used them myself but they had an excellent reputation locally. I wouldn't hesistate to use them if I were still local
 

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I used to live a few miles away from them some 10 years ago, never used them myself but they had an excellent reputation locally. I wouldn't hesistate to use them if I were still local
Thanks Billywink
Now move back :)
 

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I used to live a few miles away from them some 10 years ago, never used them myself but they had an excellent reputation locally. I wouldn't hesistate to use them if I were still local
Thanks Billywink
Now move back :)
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no connection folks, honest!
 

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Me and Baz popped by there today to have a look, some serious looking Rx7's out front and a stupidly gorgeous mazda comet/cosmos thing that was Mazda's first ever rotary engined car.

If I were local would happily leave my pride and joy with them to fix, nice bunch of guys.
 

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Gutted I had missed you guys, John in the office said 2 nice 5's had come over.
I think we serviced and MOT'd 2-3 MX5's today

We are very fortunate that we get to work with these cars.

If you like old school
There are only 2 Cosmo 110s in the country and we are lucky enough to have both as customers
History of the car here on our rotary forum
http://www.rotarycommunity.com/tt.aspx?forumid=69

Lots more pictures here.
http://www.rotarycommunity.com/photo.aspx?albumid=30&apage=1&asort=1

We also work on Mazda Luce, not as well know, but I beileve rarer. This is possible the only one in Europe.
Mazdas only ever front wheel drive rotary, using the 13A engine.

Lots more pictures here.
http://www.rotarycommunity.com/photo.aspx?albumid=31&apage=1&asort=1

This was part of a 14 year restoration project, the only UK car.
NSU Spider, single rotor, rear engine

Lots more pictures here.
http://www.rotarycommunity.com/photo.aspx?apage=1&asort=1&albumID=14&page=1

This Corvette is the only surviving rotary prototype in the world, we installed engine and gear box.
History here.
http://www.rotarycommunity.com/tm.aspx?m=69

Lots more pictures here.
http://www.rotarycommunity.com/photo.aspx?apage=1&asort=1&albumID=14&page=1

I love my job................. :)

Hopefully see more of you guys at our breakfast mornings, last Sat every month
 

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Hi, try to get on here when I can, difficult find time sometimes, but its a great forum.
 

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I got my '5 serviced at Rotechniks on Thursday.

Top garage, cracking service, good lads working there. I'll not be hesitating to get work done there in the future!
 
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