Cars are great, except when they are not. It sounds simple, but the truth is vehicles need a lot of maintenance over the course of their life and if you don’t maintain your car then you can put yourself in a bit of a jam living in Indiana. IN the Loop sat down with Mark Bayles, owner of MAB Motorsports to talk about his shop in South Broadripple.

Mark started MAB Motorsports about four years ago in response to friends and family needing a trustworthy, high quality repair shop for their automotive needs. Fast forward to the present and MAB has grown into more than a basic garage, it is your one stop shop for everything from customization to mechanical repairs.

Restoration and custom work are really at the heart of Mark’s passion. He loves getting his hands on any car, old or new, and turning it into a work of art for the owner. Some of his favorites have been a 1972 Dodge Charger, 2005 Maserati Quad, and a 1972 Fiat. MAB can do just about any sort of custom work or restoration you want… including the car driven by Pacers’ mascot, Boomer, during games.

Most of Mark’s customers are referrals and it is through his superior customer service and personalized touch that he really shines. His goal is to make your experience at MAB Motorsports the best it can possibly be.

If you missed the segment on IN the Loop about MAB Motorsports check out the video below.  And don’t forget to watch me, Kaylyn Easton, every Sunday night at 11:30 on WISH-TV 8.  Keeping you IN the Loop of everything that is Indiana.

Written by Kaylyn Easton

TV Host. Wannabe Yogi. Sunshine and Rainbow enthusiast. Save the Whales. I love my people, sports, coffee, and anything creative. www.kaylyneaston.com

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