I visited All American Auto Electric's website, read glowing reviews and called and explained trouble to Rick who said he could help me. Encouraged, I had MGB towed to his place. Dennis rewired starter relay, put in new electronic ignition (which I supplied), not a new distributor which he said on the receipt. He drained fuel lines, put in new gas which I supplied, tried a new ignition switch which I supplied. Still no fix. I made several trips there to check on it over a period of four weeks. Each time I found it outside covered up, no one working on it. Each time Dennis would uncover it and tell me what he had done, eventually telling me that Rick put him on other jobs and he can't work on it any more. Rick came out and very nervously complained about the car and offered no help to me. They showed me a bill for $438.75, I paid it and had my car towed away. Rick offered no explanation, no apology, not even a thank you, for charging me without repairing my car. I don't like to write bad reviews and it has been a few months since this happened. But I came to the conclusion that I was misled into believing they could help, and wrongly charged for work that did not result in customer satisfaction. I thought, how many others have experienced such treatment at this business? When I first saw the sheer number of vehicles, serviceable or not, sitting around their building, I wondered if I was doing the right thing by taking my car there. But Rick reassured me so I left it in their hands. I thought the picture on the website was their garage. They have very limited space. The inside was cluttered, dirty and cramped. After thinking all this through, I felt compelled and justified to write this review. Epilogue: Afterwards, I took my car to a backyard mechanic who troubleshot and traced problem to a bad starter and distributor. I supplied those items, he installed them and got my MGB on the road again.