Blairs Ferry Automotive: Marion, Iowa Auto Repair
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Children's area provided, complete with board games and toys

Enjoy our complimentary WiFi Internet Access while you wait in our comfortable lounge!

Appointments Preferred, but Walk-Ins Always Welcomed!

Fresh, Complimentary Serve-Yourself Coffee

Featuring Dustin Pruismann ASE Certified Auto Technician

Audi

As the owner of an Audi , we know you want to keep your vehicle performing its best. At Blairs Ferry Automotive in Marion our trusted local mechanics have years of experience performing good, solid auto repair with modern technology and equipment. We can help with any of your auto repair or preventative maintenance needs:

·       Brake service or brake replacement

·       Manufacturer recommended maintenance

·       Muffler and exhaust repair or replacement

·       Heating and air conditioning service

·       Engine repair services (“Check Engine Light” Diagnostics)

·       Shocks and Struts (Suspension System)

      ·       Oil and Filter Change

Blairs Ferry Automotive in Marion also services the needs of Cedar Rapids, Hiawatha, Marion, Palo

Blairs Ferry Automotive
1565 Blairs Ferry Rd
Marion, IA 52302

319-447-6310  
dmpruismann@hotmail.com  

Originally in 1885, automobile company Wanderer was established, later becoming a branch of Audi AG. Another company, NSU, which also later merged into Audi, was founded during this time, and later supplied the chassis for Gottlieb Daimler's four-wheeler.

On 14 November 1899, August Horch (1868–1951) established the company A. Horch & Cie. in the Ehrenfeld district of Cologne. Ten years later, because of a dispute between Horch and the supervisory board, he was forced out of the company. In 1909, he established a second company, Horch Automobil-Werke GmbH in Zwickau, but continued to use the Horch name. His former partners sued him for trademark infringement. The German Supreme Court (Reichsgericht in Berlin), eventually determined that the Horch brand belonged to his former company. The first Audi automobile, the Audi Type A 10/22 hp (16 kW) Sport-Phaeton, was produced in 1910 in Zwickau.