Mark Gittelman is an ASE Certified Master Technician With more than 28 years experience in the automotive repair business. His friends call him MasterTechMark but you can call him your personal auto repair business insider. For more free automotive information visit his other sites at YouFixCars.com and Auto-Facts.org. See Mark’s Auto Repair Credentials and Work History on Google+.
The CertifiedMasterTech.com website was built to help the do it yourself driveway warrior looking for supporting information about certain car problems. These in-depth articles are also useful for retail automotive service consumers as they try to sidestep extra charges and unnecessary repair operations. With over 200 pages of original content the site relies on the top navigation to narrow things down for visitors. Also available are the custom search boxes found below and in the sidebar.
Mark is not only a Professional Mechanic but remains an active hobbyist and a big fan of motorsports. He has built several performance cars that where track tested on street night at the local drag strip as well as a few show worthy muscle cars. Two of his biggest loves was his precious 1979 Pontiac Trans Am with the Mighty 6.6L V8 and shaker hood. Although domestic cars where always his strong point he branched out in the 90’s to include a 1988 300zx to his collection. This car was nicknamed Christine because of it’s ability to draw blood from those who worked on her. You can review some of the repairs she needed on the Nissan 300 ZX section.
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