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***** Spicer Automotive and 4-Wheel Drive is rated 5.0 out of 5 stars, based on 17 reviews!

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    I just got a 6" BDS lift installed on my 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 mega cab. I could not be more pleased with my whole experience with these guys. I thouroghly enjoyed working with Steve. Everything from the mechanical work to the customer service was exceptional. Also, no one else in the area could come close to their prices!

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    Dynamic, mechanic minded crew dedicated to providing excellent customer service.

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    Great place to have work done. I sent my old Ford project truck there and told Steve I was in no hurry, he laughed. It has been the best experience I’ve ever had having them to do some work I’m not able to do myself. Great bunch to work with and very fair on price. Steve keeps you updated and even sent me pictures of the progress. I highly recommend to anyone needing work done.

  • *****

    Steve and Chris know how to keep you rolling at fair price.

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    Honest, good prices, very nice and good at what they do.

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    1 of the best Garages around.they have my old Dodge now.If u have a a Broken car ir truck Spicers is the place.

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    This place KNOWS the struggle! People treat you RIGHT!, and getting'er done!

  • *****

    Very honest and reasonable prices. Great guys, they keep you informed about everything that they do and find about you vehicle. Highly recommend they for any automotive repairs that you have.

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    Great guys fair honest work. they are the only people I trust to work on my stuff I drive 2 1/2 hours to drive to them. If you need rare mopar parts or any kind of service this is the only place you'll ever need

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    Very knowledgeable and very helpful

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    Awesome bunch of tech's. Quality service

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    Have delt with spicers for over 6 years now and would highly recommend them to anyone needing and automotive / 4x4 work done .

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    Great deals on car repair and awesome customer service plus it my dad's shop

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    In Memoriam.

    Mitch Spicer, owner of "Spicer's Automotive and 4 Wheel Drive." just passed away.
    I'm not good at writing Eulogies. However, at the very least, I can write a review of the man and his business that I've known since 1999.

    In 1999, I moved to the lovely, North Western Georgia town of Chickamauga. Spicer's is a short distance in neighboring Rock Spring on Hwy 27. This is the main road connecting neighboring towns. It runs parallel to interstate 75 which is about 10 miles east. Before I did business with Spicer's, I was using a long-trusted, nationwide, auto service chain, but they dropped the ball in major way. Mitch Spicer and his staff picked up this ball in a major way. I've been with Spicer's ever since. For example, I took my 68 Polara 500 (with center console), to my favorite, nationwide shop to get a tune-up while traveling through the Greater Atlanta area. Mopar Big Blocks tend to consume spark plugs faster than their Japanese counterparts. It's just part of the cost when driving a hobby as compared to the modern conveyances. When I went to this shop it was still running great, but with a slight hesitation. When I have a trusted mechanic, the DIY part of me gets shelved. When the mechanic was finished, he discovered I had a dead cylinder. This was terrible news, although not totally unexpected for an engine of such advanced years. But the expert has spoken and there was no reason to doubt his word. After all, he's part of this nationwide chain I've done business with for years. So, I nursed my injured baby back home. Her throaty growl and the big block's steady rhythm, was now, a quivering, weak, mass that I thought was going to flip off its mounts. After the humiliating, 150 mile drive home to Chickamauga, she sat there while I contemplated an engine rebuild. Meanwhile, I was driving my other Mopar and came across Spicer's. I noticed a fair amount of Mopars in his lot. From a neighbor, I heard that Mitch Spicer was a Mopar fan as well. So why not try him? Well, on my very first visit, he made a very good first impression. That other mechanic? The expert? Mitch discovered he installed spark plugs with the wrong heat range. Waaaaaaay wrong, by about 6 numbers (of the same brand). How could this be? This major chain of shops had all the bells and whistles, all the scopes and instrumentation, the certified people with really great smiles, and the backing of 100's of shops nationwide. So, I felt I still owed them the benefit of a doubt. Next time I went to Atlanta, I stopped by that shop. The mechanic insisted that his choice of part was specified and graciously showed me the spec sheet. He was right. That is, according to the documentation they had. So, it's not that they were totally incompetent, but it was clear they were simply not able to provide the same service as they did in the past. For whatever reason, they lost the talent and experience to work on our nation's aging fleet of classic American Iron. Further, I subsequently found that some shops won't work on older vehicles. Typically earlier than 1980.

    Spicer's has the experience, knowledge, and excellent business ethics that spans several years. They're capable and comfortable working on all makes and models, from all eras. This is in addition to their specialties in 4 wheel drive, vintage auto work, and an impressive racing history as well. It started with a strong foundation of Mitch's education in the 70's. He graduated with honors from Dalton State College, formally known as Dalton Junior College with a degree in Diesel and Automotive Mechanics. This I found out on my own as he never bragged about it. The business grew form there. This knowledge and experience he gained over the years didn't go with him to the beyond. For those employees who remain dedicated and the surviving generation of Spicer's, this legacy is passed on. Of course, the boys have some very big shoes to fill but I'm sure they will. Through them, it's my hope that Spicer's legacy continues. Now, I'm in California, but remain a loyal, long distance customer with both my Mopars in their capable hands.

    Mitchell "Mitch" Eugene Spicer. Born: July 1, 1945. Died: April 29, 2017.
    Farewell Mitch, you lived everyday as you should be remembered. More than my mechanic, I could often call you for the latest local news, politics, as well as the latest auto tech, and you always made the time to talk with me. I considered these conversations as mentoring over the years and I'll miss them greatly. When it's my turn to pass on, I'll see you again. You're no doubt driving a Hemi. Perhaps I'll pull up alongside in a 63 Chrysler Turbine Car. God speed Mitch.

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    Honest Dependable Happy to serve you

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    Excellent customer service and mechanical work.

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    Hard working honest people here!!!!!!