Blue Toro Hobart is Now Open for Business

Blue Toro Mobile Mechanics is now open in Hobart. Meet Corey.

Blue Toro Mobile Mechanics Hobart is run by owner-mechanic Corey. 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 2004 VY Maloo HSV, and my first car was a 1964 EH Holden.

What’s your favourite automotive pastime?

Performance engine builds.

Why did you first become a moto mechanic?

Because I love cars.

 

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

Fixing someone’s broken car and seeing the customer smile.

What’s your automotive specialty?

All makes and models, dignostics, brakes, suspension and muscle cars.

What’s the best automotive advice you’ve ever received?

Fix it once, fix it correct!

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Corey is a Hobart local and is looking forward to servicing your vehicle needs.

 

Book in a service with Corey.

 

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