Our goal is to help you get back on the driver’s seat and live life at full speed. We leverage our experience of more than 20 years in the auto repair industry to give your vehicle the care it deserves.
By eliminating barriers and bottlenecks, we make auto repair a painless process so it bears quick and efficient results. At the end of the day, if our customers (i.e. you) are happy with what we’ve done, and leave with a safe and smooth-running vehicle, we pat ourselves on the back and work even harder to improve and grow.
Our father, Luke J. Harris, Jr., was a 20-year US Air Force veteran serving as a mechanic at Dover Air Force Base. He was best known by his fellow servicemen as “Cool Hand Luke”. When he retired from the Air Force, he started a car repair business following his passion.
We are four brothers who gave up corporate jobs to support our father’s dream. By 2003, all of us were playing important roles within the auto repair shop, full-time. We all have fond memories of holding a flashlight at night for our father as he worked late repairing his customers’ vehicles during the early stages of the business.
We could not be more proud of the work and impact our father had in the Dover community and in becoming the go-to auto-repair service provider for businesses and individuals alike in the community. Even for us, as his sons, his impact only became more clear during his funeral in Sept. 2021, when we were humbled by how so much of the community decided to stand by us to pay their respects.
We decided to build on our father’s legacy and expand our family business. We pride ourselves on providing affordable car care. Whether you are a member of the great Dover community, student or a military serviceperson, visit our shop or give us a call for affordable care!
“He made a lot of other people realize that they can go out and start their own business, especially in the Black community, where a lot of people don't realize that they could be entrepreneurs.”
"I don't know if a lot of people know this, but he helped [our mom] start her business, which was a beauty school and beauty salon. And then, after he retired (from the Air Force), he started his own business. He started with one truck and a dream, and it took off from there."