The big thing these guys do when you're having scheduled work done, is look over the car, text photos, to see if there are some potentially big problems that are coming down the pike. I have a 1980 Porsche 911 Targa that I drive everywhere every day. Last year they completed a replacement of all the engine and transmission seals so that the car, today, drives like new. (Had a new 1980 in 1980 and this second 1980 911 drives like the early one that was new--after the work they did.) Anyway, while it was in to repair the power windows (replace regulator that had rusted out), they noticed that the rubber cover of the CV joint was ripped open allowing grease to escape and dirt to come in. This could have become a big problem since I drive it to places like White Tail to go skiing with ski racks on it going at (or more) speed. Although it's potentially a show car, I don't show it, I drive it and have total confidence in their technician Mat and the crew. If you have an exotic or classic car, you won't have to pay exotic prices to get the work done.
Craftsman Auto Care - Fairfax