McQuady-and-Family

GREENVILLE, Ky. (7/25/14) — McQuady's Automotive at 429 North Main Street is open and ready to take care of the mechanical needs of all makes and models of automobiles.

With 20 years of auto repair experience, Scott McQuady opened his shop in Greenville in April. McQuady's, a family-owned business, has experience in all facets of car and truck repair.

Scott's son, Jimmy, sometimes works with his dad while his fiancée, Anna Harper, runs his front office. McQuady's parents are native to Muhlenberg County, and McQuady wanted to return to their home town.

"Here you can form a relationship with the person that is working on your car,” he said. “We offer quality auto repair at a reasonable price."

McQuady tries to put a personal touch in his business and is willing to drive to meet his customers. Last week, he drove to a farm and spent a day working to repair three tractors needed for farm work.

McQuady also offers financing for car repair. McQuady has worked out financing with Lendmark so that if someone has a $1,600 transmission repair bill, it could be set up on payments.

McQuady Automotive is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday. To reach Scott McQuady, call (270) 820-7737 or through his cell at (270) 977-9934.

Charles Riley
SurfKY News Reporter
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