Master Tech / Allegedly tearing my vehicle's engine down!
Over a period of several months, I spoke with the owner of Master Tech, who told me he would obtain a used engine for my 1995 Ford Mustang, damaged by a local auto dealer. After allegedly tearing my vehicle's engine down, the owner called me to state that the engine was extremely clean, that it would be better if he just rebuilt it, which is what I had wanted done initially because my engine had only 60,000 miles on it.
I recently went to Court against the dealership whose faulty repairs caused the damage in the first place. Master Tech's owner, who encouraged me to take the dealership to Court, then got on the witness stand and testified for the dealership instead of backing me. He even provided the dealership with correspondence I gave to him regarding a resolution of the additional problems he caused me by not making the repairs he charged me $1800.00 for. All he did was replace the timing chain seal (which had already been replaced by the dealership) and a few seals. The maximum I should have been charged was $375, according to my current mechanic.
Master Tech's owner was very careful not to mention "rebuild" on the invoice, even though that is the only agreement I ever had with him. He denied this in Court. I intended to sue him as well, but his obvious disregard for honesty and lack of fear of perjury would be a waste of my money. The dealership and Master Tech created a great deal of financial hardship and emotional stress for me. What goes around comes around.