Many moons ago, my father recommended I take my car to Budd's. Being as I was young and still rebelling, it was years before I visited the auto shop. (this may also be due to the fact that I did not have a car in my early twenties)When I purchased my beloved 1999 Subaru in 2006 my quest for the perfect dog taxi, Budd's became my go-to with car issues. After many, many visits, I always come away satisfied with the outcome - except once. My head gaskets blew (yay Subaru!) and I took my car to Budd's to see what they could do. This is a common and expensive repair that plagued the Outbacks during a few years of production. ~$1500 later, I left with my car, brand new head gaskets dancing in my head, excited to avoid another tow. Until a few day later when my car overheated and had to be towed, yet again. This time I was kinda pissed. But when I returned to Budd's to talk to Mike about it, he immediately tried to fix the problem, just like usual. The shop decided the engine was not worth trying to fix, so they took it out and replaced it with a fully refurb engine, perfect head gaskets, and lower mileage. This with no extra charge! I love the willingness of the shop to not only fix my car, but fix the rare mistake they make.My Sub is still running. at 155,000 miles, I just called Budd's for a tune up quote and to make an appointment. The car is running a bit rough, I'm bad at maintenance when it isn't being used for business. With the business about to start up again, I am excited to get the work done and my car running (relatively) smoothly again.