After a 14 month restoration of my beloved (family car) 1999 RennTech SL600, it was delivered from PA, and immediately through the multiple cylinder misfire. I am not a car expert, but with new plugs I assumed it was coil packs. After diagnosis they agreed it was the coil packs and replaced all 12 of them. I spoke with Nate on the phone. As with most car enthusiasts, we all have a preferred shop. My mechanic and body shop in PA, along with anyone from Atlantic Motorsports wee the only ones other than me to touch the car. Nate could tell my hesitation and reassured me they could assist. I decided not to ship the car back to PA and gov EuroFed a shot based on good reviews from friends. Not only did Paul help diagnose the problem, but Nate was able overnight parts for me. Yes it was pricey, but they could tell my enthusiasm for driving the car and picking up my sister who was visiting for the weekend. Was the timeline a deal breaker? Absolutely not. Do I still trust my shops in PA without hesitation, yes absolutely. But after meeting the owner, the enthusiasm from Nate, and Paul’s guidance on the R129, I realized this shop was legit. I am sure there are cheaper shops out there. I definitely had one of the cheapest cars there. But EuroFed went above and beyond to get my Benz ready for the weekend. The whole shop is a class act. I will be back there this week so I can learn how to keep the molding from cracking and work on some fuse issues, something Paul has been generous enough to offer assistance. As a person who is used to ship cars to a trusted shop, it is great to know they are right down the road. Nate was a absolute Rock star in getting the parts and Paul was incredibly generous with his time and knowledge. The owner being down to earth and helpful was icing on the cake. TL:DR EuroFed is a great shop that goes above and beyond for its customers and will be taking my multiple cars there for any future work. Nate and Paul are fantastic to deal with.