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Definition of Backyard Mechanic

Backyard Mechanic


  • Usually describes a professional mechanic that works on cars , bikes and other vehicle for a way lower price than a shop BUT there's NO warranty or guarantee on parts and labor. Compare to: Shadetree Mechanic, Personal do it yourself Mechanic. Hey Pep Boys wants to charge me a arm and a leg to work on my , it's time to go see the [Backyard Mechanic].

    Last edited on May 12 2018. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on May 12 2018.

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