The car re-wire shop in Toronto is opening in a few weeks, and it will offer customers a different way to get their new cars rewired.
The shop, located at 447 Queen Street West, is named for the car that’s currently parked on the floor of the building.
Owner David Lippman told CBC News he hopes to open the new car shop in early February.
“We’re hoping to open on the weekend of February 20, and we’re hoping that people will be able to come and see us, to see our work, and to ask questions,” Lippmiller said.
“[We’ll be] bringing people together, showing them how we do this and showing them what we do.
We want to really showcase the work we do and how it’s all done.”
Car rewires in Toronto are a relatively new industry in the city.
As of this writing, there are only six car rewrights in the country.
It’s not entirely surprising to see a company named after a car being able to expand quickly in Toronto.
Lipps brother, Mark, also owns the car rewelder, so he knows what to expect.
“When we first got the idea to open up, it was a very easy decision for us to make,” Mark Lippmann said.
“We wanted to create something that would be open to everybody, and so we thought we would do it with the car.”
Our customers are going to be able, because we have the right skills and the right experience, to bring their car to the shop.
We think it’s a very good option for our customers.
“Mark Lippmans brother, David, said he and his brother, who also owns a car rework business, will be offering new car reworking services in Toronto for the next two years.
Lippman said he hopes the new shop will offer more services for customers, which are typically looking for car repair services in larger cities.
He said it will be similar to how other car rewired shops in the United States operate.”
The car rewrapping industry in Toronto has seen a rise in recent years, but many are still hesitant to rewire a vehicle. “
We think we’re going to offer a service that’s very similar to what they’re doing.”
The car rewrapping industry in Toronto has seen a rise in recent years, but many are still hesitant to rewire a vehicle.
Mark Littmann said he wants to make it a safe and fun experience for the customers.
“It’s just going to become more and more of a community of people who have been through this before,” he explained.
“So we’re really looking forward to what’s going to happen next year.”
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