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the Phirm - new location

Post by GTXTRA » Sat Jul 11, 2009 12:47 am

The Phirm have moved from the Churt area to a purpose built workshop near Hartley Wintney.

Unit 2, Winkworth Industrial Estate, Hartley Wintney, Hook, Hampshire. RG27 8WP.

Tel no will remain as 0845 450 5760

web address - www.thephirm.co.uk


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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by lenny125 » Sat Jul 11, 2009 3:21 pm

Nooooooooo
That will be a bit longer bike ride when my car is broken and I can't drive it. :crying:
Very very good people to get advice off as long as it is in the VAG group.



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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by Slugga » Sat Jul 11, 2009 4:31 pm

lenny125 wrote:Nooooooooo
That will be a bit longer bike ride when my car is broken and I can't drive it. :crying:
Very very good people to get advice off as long as it is in the VAG group.
Timmy knows other cars too. He is a BMW encyclopedia.


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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by Ryan » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:18 pm

A bit closer to me - Hurrah :cool:


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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by GTXTRA » Thu Sep 24, 2009 4:16 pm

details tba but Sunday 4th October = an open day down at the new place.

good opportunity for phirm virgins to break the ice.


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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by Slugga » Thu Sep 24, 2009 8:13 pm

I'll be popping along. Any one else hattending?


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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by bluestreak56 » Thu Sep 24, 2009 10:16 pm

I might be depending on family commitments - Wildrider needs a proper tune up!


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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by monzajake » Thu Sep 24, 2009 10:31 pm

Never know i might venture down there. Day out for the missus :laugh:


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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by RoccoGTII » Sat Sep 26, 2009 11:48 am

Ill see if I can get down there too dependant on start and finish time?
Not that there should be finish time!!



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Re: the Phirm - new location

Post by GTXTRA » Sat Sep 26, 2009 1:55 pm

it's a lunchtime start til whenever.

stress it's an open day as opposed to a 'working on cars day' for the team.

will get more info and post up what i can - loads of parking space and a trip to the pub afterwards on the cards too.


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Thinking of visiting the Phirm...

Post by christhemann » Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:02 pm

Hi all,
I've been thinking of visiting the Phirm in the new year, if I'm not totally broke from Christmas as usual!
Lots of good comments from others on here, and they seem the best place to take your Rocco.

Just like to know some things from others who've been there before:
-Do they do bodywork? Im after a few small dents removed and a little touch up here and there. (paintless dent removal?)
-Anyone had a full "rebush" of the suspension? Wishbones, top mounts, rear beam, antiroll bars etc? How much would they charge for this roughly?
-I heard they do a free "new owner" type of service, whats included in this? I suppose its not a full service as such, maybe they give discount on a full service?

Welcome any other comments on them, and what they do best for roccos.... :yup:

Cheers.
Chris


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Re: Thinking of visiting the Phirm...

Post by GTXTRA » Tue Dec 08, 2009 12:38 pm

christhemann wrote:Hi all,
I've been thinking of visiting the Phirm in the new year, if I'm not totally broke from Christmas as usual!
Lots of good comments from others on here, and they seem the best place to take your Rocco.

Just like to know some things from others who've been there before:
-Do they do bodywork? Im after a few small dents removed and a little touch up here and there. (paintless dent removal?)
-Anyone had a full "rebush" of the suspension? Wishbones, top mounts, rear beam, antiroll bars etc? How much would they charge for this roughly?
-I heard they do a free "new owner" type of service, whats included in this? I suppose its not a full service as such, maybe they give discount on a full service?

Welcome any other comments on them, and what they do best for roccos.... :yup:

Cheers.
Chris
Hi Chris, they have a 'sister' company called Phirmfx who are based in rushmoor near farnham re the paintwork - two of my cars have been there as have cars owned by redrum and bill on here.

they do a full 'first time visit' inspection on a car - was talking to jbo re his 16v about this last night infact. its essentially a very thorough pre MOT and check of the settings for you - free of charge apart from any major work they discover needs doing. i like to look at as a way of finding out what you DONT need to worry about.
always best to pre-book too.

they have done bushing on all my cars - just give them a call for a quote and an appt - labour rates = £55 + vat last time i checked. a few local tecchies on here may be able to help out re that for you however if they have spare time.

Tim has become a bit of a rocco fan in recent years and 'likes' the rocco crowd compared to some other elements of the VW world.......


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