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THE LATEST “CAR COUNSELOR” COLUMN IS ONLINE

Click below to read Todd's latest column in the West Seattle Herald - for October 2011 http://www.westseattleherald.com/2011/10/24/features/baseball-hot-dogs-apple-pie-anddead-batteries

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HELP US CELEBRATE OUR 1ST YEAR ANNIVERSARY!

HELP US CELEBRATE OUR 1ST YEAR ANNIVERSARY!

West Seattle Autoworks would like to thank our customers and community for the fantastic support we've gotten during our first year in business! Saturday, October 1st we will be at the shop hosting an open house between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm. With pizza provided by Red Star Pizza, coffee provided by Cafe' Osita, and other refreshments and door prizes, we would like to invite you to stop by and say hi. Chris, Nathen and Todd in front of the new sign

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FREE TODD!!

http://westseattleblog.com/2011/04/locked-up-to-fight-muscular-dystrophy-and-your-set-them-free Todd Ainsworth is locked up for the Muscular Dystrophy Association fundraiser and needs donations in order to get "bailed out." Read more info at the West Seattle Blog

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CAR COUNSELOR: THE AUTO INDUSTRY – PART 1 – WHERE WE’VE BEEN

I can hardly believe the time that has passed since I first picked up a wrench but "time flies" as they say, and here we are in 2011. I've wanted to write about our industry for quite a while - not just service tips and repair advice (my usual fare), but about our "car culture" and where it may be going. This will be the first installment in a three part series, and I hope you enjoy it. Transportation has been vital to commerce ever since man invented the wheel. We got along for many centuries with horses, mules and wagons until the late 19th century when the industrial age gave us steam engines and inventors who saw a new opportunity for more modern modes of getting around. In the early days of the automotive age, there were many ideas and designs - some of which stuck around and are still with us. Names like Rudolf Diesel (the diesel engine), Charles Kettering (the electric starter, Freon for air conditioning, and other inventions) and Henry Ford all contributed to the vehicles that ... read more

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CATALYTIC CONVERTER THEFTS MAY BE ON THE RISE IN WEST SEATTLE

Toyota trucks and 4 Runners are an easy target for thieves... Read the full article from the West Seattle Herald

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