Mechanical Repair & Servicing Workshop! Selling at Less than Set-up Cost!
- Mechanical Repair & Servicing,CanberraACT2601
$99,000 + SAV
This popular mechanical repair workshop has been established since 1982 and has certainly stood the test of time.
It is well located in the industrial/commercial suburb of Mitchell in Canberra's north, and is open for business 5 days a week. With the nearby Gungahlin area experiencing major population growth, the business is in a great position to continue trading well into the future!
The business currently offers services such as all mechanical repairs & servicing, diagnostics, brake servicing, air conditioning, auto-electrical and batteries, as well as speciality fasteners and parts over the counter (as a sideline).
Renowned for their great customer service, product knowledge, ability to source parts, and to take on large jobs with ease such as engine rebuilds and restorations, they are the go to guys in Canberra.
The business would be best suited to an owner operator who is a mechanic, with a partner who could manage the admin side of the business.
With a 5 hoist 100 square metre workshop, 200 square metres of lockup yard, backyard parking, a 20 foot container for storage space, nut and bolt shop and office seating for 5, there is great potential for growth of the business or combining it with an existing business.
A long lease is in place to November 2027.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone wishing to enter the market at less than set up cost with an already established income stream!
Don't delay making an enquiry TODAY!
Sale Price $99,000 + SAV
For more information about this fantastic opportunity please contact Michael Newham of Finn Business Sales on 0419 263 014 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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