Car Repair Auto Mechanic: Customize & Test Drive

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The best car mechanic simulator game is here now with a brand new look in PRO version. NO ADS! 100% COMPLETE GAME!Play role of a sports car mechanic to repair auto body parts and fix engine with advanced tools. Learn to rebuild car engine from scratch like pro auto technician. Buckle up! Run your auto mechanic workshop and start repairing luxury cars in special workshop garage. Assemble car engine parts using upgraded kits to increase horsepower and performance. Enjoy uninterrupted (ad free) gameplay in massive garage environment.Build your dream car with all latest four cylinder or V8 engine parts using top gear from tools kit. Show your extreme auto mechanic skills and place piston, engine block, crankshaft and flywheel. Connect spark plug wires and place cylinder head cover. Modify vintage car body parts like bumpers, side skirts, hoods and lights. Paste trendy vinyl stickers on side doors and hood to pimp ride. Change tyres and install metallic alloy rims. Do exciting spray paint job to give your muscle car a brand new look. Diagnose problems in vehicle engine and fix it using modern toolkit. Perform denting and painting on rusty cars body. Learn new mechanical skills and gain experience to be car repair mechanic in this unique garage simulator. Give your customers the best quality work and enjoy the thrill of test drive after fancy car repairing in 3D garage environment. A perfect blend of mechanic workshop and car driving simulator games.Key Features:3 Different Modes: Engine overhaul, Car customization and Test drive12 challenging time based levels and free modeExplore open world environment to drive aheadUltra real car physics and stunning graphicsSmooth controls, immersive sounds & addictive gameplayEnjoy the unique gameplay and give your feedback to help us improve this game in future releases.
Price USD3.99
License Purchase
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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