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feb 2001 took my 1966 mustang gt to a shop in san antonio to have a new vynl top, a headliner and some front end work done. owner told me it would take 2 weeks. he has now had the car for 4 1/2 months and every week tells me it will be ready next week. i keep driving to san antonio (45 miles) to check and it is still not done. He has damaged parts on the car which were perfect when i took it to him. what are my options? i have already psid him $750 up front. can i walk in and drive the car out if it is driveable, and follow up with some legal action? it is very frustrating!






Texas auto repair

If you have an auto repair problem that the shop will not correct, the Texas Attorney General's Consumer Protection office and the Better Business Bureau both offer a complaint resolution process to help resolve your problem.

For more information, call the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Hotline at 1-800-621-0508, or contact your nearest Attorney General regional office.
Austin -512/463-2070
Dallas - 214/969-5310
El Paso - 915/542-4800
Houston - 713/223-5886
Lubbock - 806/747-5238
McAllen - 956/682-4547
San Antonio - 210/225-4191

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