For thorough and correct auto repair for their German vehicles, Noblesville drivers quickly turn to Reggie’s Motorworks. For over a decade, our auto mechanics have been trusted to handle even the most finicky of German vehicles, and our level of detail and precision is unmatched among other auto service centers in the community. However, how did the story of Reggie’s Motorworks begin? Keep reading to learn how the owner, Reggie Stewart’s, story unfolded.
Reggie Stewart’s love for German vehicles began with his mother. Deemed as “car centric,” Reggie and his mother traveled to car auctions, and soon enough, he was practically driving the wheels off his mother’s BMW. Armed with a BMW convertible and insatiable desire to learn more about the car he so cherished, he was set upon a track, a race track to be specific, to becoming an expert in the design and engineering of German vehicles. Reggie, with the help of a BMW driving instructor, took a junker and turned it into a race car.
When you combine Reggie’s passion for the inner workings of cars and his entrepreneurial spirit, the result is Reggie’s Motorworks. Our auto repair shop focuses specifically on the service and repair of German vehicles, such as Audi, Mercedes, Porsche, and BMW makes. Similar to Reggie, our auto mechanics are enthusiastic about these inventive cars. When you are performing a job you love, you can’t help but do your best, and that is exactly how it is as Reggie’s Motorworks.
Along with Reggie’s passion for German automobiles, Reggie also genuinely cares for his clients. Empathy is a leading factor in how he treats and responds to his customers. When we service your car, we are looking out for the safety of you and your passengers. Honesty and integrity are a given at Reggie’s Motorworks, and these morals are such a staple to how we operate.
All of this has grown from one guy (Reggie) taking apart worn out BMW’s in a pole barn and selling those parts on the internet. That was how it all began in 2006. Check out this slide show to see how we have evolved over the last 10+ years: