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As often as we complain about poor dealership service and or repairs, I think it could be useful to post or list dealerships that have proven to be good places to have your repairs done.

I have in mind Hubacher Cadillac in Sacramento, CA. I have had bumper repairs to each of my STS's (parking lot damage by others) repaired there. The repairs were on time and very professionally performed. They would not put used parts on the car, as the insurance company tried to get them to do. They warrant their paint/body work for life.

As an added bonus each time before you get your car back, they do very nice detailing (wash, vacuum and clean the windows, etc.) to the car.

While I do my own mechanical repairs, I can confidently recommend Hubacher's for any bodywork your Cadillac may need.

I would like to see dealerships located by area served, and why do you recommend them to others; a paragraph or two on your positive experience with them.

This would not be a venders bragging place, but customers positive relations.

What do you think?


Drive'em like you own 'em. - ....................04 DTS............................


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Great idea!

Harvey's GM in Radford, VA, is flat out the best dealership I've ever been to. I've never had my Cadillac serviced there, but had my '84 Cutlass serviced there a few times. The parts department (where I spent most of my time) is fantastic, and everyone is courteous and friendly. They're the best dealership I've ever been to, Cadillac or otherwise.

Jason(2001 STS, White Diamond)

"When you turn your car on...does it return the favor?"

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Gary Lang Cadillac, McHenry Ill.

I have to say that I do (almost) all my own work but they did a half case leak under warranty and I had no complaints. They did the fuel rail recall. Wires went bad after that and I think the bad wires took out the blower motor but I really can't blame them for that. However, when I was diagnosing the blower motor and again later when I was trying to shoe horn it in, I called over there and I was actually able to talk to a mechanic to get some advice. NOW THAT'S SERVICE.

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