About Bavarian Enterprises
For over twenty years the BMW cognoscenti of St. Louis have known to take their cars to Bavarian. But what they have also known is how inaccurate it would be to reduce Bavarian to just a repair shop. Of course Bavarian is a BMW repair shop, and now Mini owners can gain admission too; but for those who know—Bavarian has always been something more.
It's hard to put a finger on it, but perhaps it's like an eccentric professor you may have had, one who spent hours in the lab obsessing over mechanical and chemical relationships you still don't understand, the one who sometimes didn't hear a question over his thinking, or might sometimes answer one with only a grimace, or who would say things like, "don't touch that." The one who, so long as you wouldn't pester him, would always help you mend your science fair project, or explain the faulty assumptions that hobbled it. No one would ask him to baby sit, but there was no one better for a technical intervention.
Bavarian has established a reputation for doing what needs doing, finding what's next, using the parts needed, and leaving what's good till later for later. Most facilities, on the other hand, assume you'll never return and instead want to bill every hour out of you today. However, these are conflicts of conscious unknown to eccentric professors. For him it makes no difference if it's slick and new, or rode-hard and put away wet. Every machine can have only so many needs, and can be only so far from right. There is a difference between what is needed today and what can wait for later. Getting it back using the most cost effective and practical means is all that matters.
After all, it is a BMW. You didn't get it just because it was new, or just because of the handsome Roundel on the hood, you got it because it is the mechanical incarnation of a philosophy of life—there is a right way, and a right way to get there. Bavarian understands this as only your eccentric professor can. And by the way, he loves BMWs.