Blue Toro Browns Plains is Now Open for Business

Blue Toro Mobile Mechanics is now open in Browns Plains. Meet James.

Blue Toro Mobile Mechanics Browns Plains is run by owner-mechanic James. With years of experience he’s passionate about anything with an engine!

Tell us about your first and favourite cars.

My favourite car is the Suburu WRX STI 1999, and my first car was a 1986 Honda Accord.

What’s your favourite automotive pastime?

Rebuilding my 1985 dirtbike Honda CR125.

Why did you first become a moto mechanic?

I wanted the knowledge to be able to fix my own car.

 

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What’s the best thing about being a motor mechanic?

You learn something new everyday.

What’s your automotive specialty?

Anything Japanese, diagnosing issues.. anything light vehicle related!

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James is a Browns Plains local and is looking forward to servicing your vehicle needs.

Book in a service with James.

 

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