It's £1500 in parts and should be no more than a £1000 in labour
You certainly don’t which adds weight to this argument. You could also argue as the cars get older they are driven less.That was what I was referring to, not heard of a tang failure for a while
So sorry Marios , that did kind of sound like I was complaining , I didn’t mean it to sound like that , classic case of not thinking about what I was posting , you are still my favourite Maserati guru and I wouldn’t dream of taking my baby anywhere elseWell guys when a car has to be towed in , repair bell housing where the bearing failed parts cost ( flywheel,clutch , s/bearing , bell housing bearing )£2107,57 , Labour £850 , lubricants £40 , tow in charge £160
Somehow I think people before start commenting if they where overcharged should first find out what was the work done .
Thank you all .
Ah , thanks lanedO , I must admit , when I got the bill I felt rather sick , I knew they could be expensive to repair but after only having her for a couple of months and then being hit like that I seriously began to doubt my purchase . It took me quite a while to even open the garage door to see her after that . I started looking at TVRs and , dare I say it , Boxsters again , then the weather picked up and we started the relationship over again , I am happy to say that we are now in a good place , I have altered the exhaust ( X pipe and modded back boxes , thanks Jason ) fitted alloy pedals and a new battery , I have got a genuine wind break and a set of nav CDs ( thanks Vince ) I have cleaned the interior and polished up the exterior also taken the wheels off and have deep cleaned the callipers and wheel arches and suspension also fitted re furbed wheel bolts which has made a huge difference .I can concur on the costs of that job, my car was in with Marios at the time and the list of damage from that little lot was so its not all black & white