L'Espace Motorcoach, Inc whisks passengers away in stately style, and its drivers provide friendly service to match. At the core of the company's fleet, limousines, SUVs, and Lincoln and Cadillac sedans present different ways for passengers to travel in the lap of luxury. Especially well-versed in airport transportation, L'Espace also fires up its engines for weddings, proms, and charter services. To ensure the utmost in safety, and to accommodate schedule changes, the company's chauffeurs remain in constant contact with the dispatch center no matter the time of the ride.
The 1967 Chevy Corvair had seen better days when it showed up on the doorstep of Dent Busters. Rust was slowly extinguishing its once-hot-pink flame decals, and the engine was left exposed by a missing hood. For the car, Dent Busters was either a final hope or final resting place. For Dent Busters, the car was just another makeover to hang on a wall of successes?a car the staff completely restored and sent flying down the road reignited by its newly painted flames.
It?s a typical scenario for the technicians at Dent Busters?cars come in severely rusted or dented, and leave in original factory condition. After an initial interview with the client, the techs get to work with research and assessment before offering an estimate. Once cleared to start, they can paintlessly repair dents , detail the interior, or provide complete collision repair, rust removal, and custom paint with computerized color matching. They document all progress and upload photos to the site so owners can feed their curiosity and print out copies to fill the empty space in their driveway.
Tucked between Aley Park and the Arkansas River, Shear Bliss and its team of talented stylists welcome clients and their hair before sending them out the door with a brand new look. Haircuts for adults, children, and seniors keep ever-growing locks in line, while color and texturizing treatments add smoothness, shine, or a fresh hue.
Joe's Seat Cover & Car Wash is a family-owned-and-operated business that has been extending vehicular lifespans for the better part of six decades. With today's deal, a full-service wash includes a thorough exterior wash and light interior cleaning. Windows are scrubbed on both sides until they're able to moonlight as mirrors, and mirrors are polished until the objects in them appear cleaner than they may be. A powerful lather on the prow of your land-train repels dirt and reinforces the strength of your vehicle's ever-evolving exterior. The interior receives a meticulous vacuuming and an all-inclusive dusting of the dash and steering column, restoring its new car smell, which is nature's most precious fuel next to dreams. If you'd like additional upgrades or services during your visit, the team will oblige. With over 50 years of familial ownership and operation, Joe's is the place for detail-oriented cleaning and customer-oriented staffers.
The stalwart mechanics at Don Hattan Chevrolet have been extending engines' lives for more than 60 years. Mechanics replace particle-bunged engine lube with 5 quarts of fresh, unfettered 5-W30 oil and draft standard oil filters for sentry duty, protecting engines against the threat of invasive pollutants or escape-minded sparkplugs. During their 27-point inspection, mechanics assess vital vehicle features to ensure that autos will safely withstand the winter months. Speedy washes spirit dust and smudging away from exterior surfaces, and vacuums purge interiors of stubborn carpet parasites and the molted husks of old ice scrapers.
At C&L Automotive and Towing, ASE-certified technicians nurse the coughing engines of both foreign and domestic vehicles back to smooth-humming health. Cartenders refresh engine cocktails during 30-minute full-service oil-change sessions, first lubricating combusting parts with up to 5 quarts of Valvoline oil suited to either summer or winter driving. Fresh oil filters then replace gummy predecessors choked with corrosive particles and french-fry tips. Finally, keen eyes scrutinize brakes for wear and tires for strange lipstick marks during a 27-point inspection, ensuring chariots' safe return to the open, but occasionally jealous, road.