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hidden-valleyGREENVILLE, Ky. (8/21/14) — Hidden Valley Auto Sales is a good place to shop for a reasonably priced vehicle.

Located at 2927 U.S. 62 West, Hidden Valley Auto Sales specializes in trucks and SUVs but can also sells cars.

Jeff Keeton, owner of Hidden Valley Auto Sales, has been in the business of selling cars for more than 30 years. He mainly sells rebuilt vehicles that he has repaired. He does, however, sell titled vehicles that he buys for resale.

Hidden Valley Auto Sales also sells wheels and tires. The shop will mount and balance the tires they sell. Hidden Valley also has a full body and paint shop, where Keeton repairs the vehicles he sells but he also accepts repair work from the general public. Keeton guarantees all the work done in his shop.

A purchase of a car from Keeton's Hidden Valley Auto Sales entitles the buyer to purchase an extended warranty so long as the vehicle does not have excessive miles. Keeton sells the warranties at cost as he is partnered with an extended warranty dealer.

As a specialty business, Keeton buys wrecked cars and offers them for sale to the public for people who like to fix their own cars.

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Keeton can be contacted at (270) 820-6966 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Charles Riley
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