LOCATED ACROSS FROM THE CHILLIWACK BOTTLE DEPOT
THE SIMPSON AUTO TEAM
don't want you to feel like your leaving your vehicle with strangers,
so here is a little about the staff at Simpson Auto in Chilliwack
The Simpson's have had over fifteen years experience at running a
home based repair business. When we moved to Chilliwack in 1996, Neil
worked for Goodyear in Burnaby. After three years of commuting Doug
and Barry of Big O Tire approached us about opening a business in
an extension they where planning for their building. The rest is history.
October 1999 Simpson Auto Ltd. opened for business. It's a great partnership
with Big O and us. Between the two shops we can offer total auto service
from the tires on up.
has been involved with car repairs since a teenager. In high school
he competed and won many automotive trouble shooting competitions.
Neil achieved his mechanics licence in 1983. He received much
of his training at G.M. and Chrysler dealerships as well as from
many aftermarket upgrading courses. Neil is kinda old school so
he is very experienced with carburetors and points & condensors
from the older vehicles, but at the same time is up to date with
the latest electronic systems. He enjoys solving problems for
customers and making sure they are treated fairly and feel at
married Neil in 1982 after meeting at a G.M. dealership they both
worked at and was promptly ushered into the auto repair business.
After years of working for G.M. dealerships and following her
brother around race tracks Leslie was able to put her mechanical
back ground to practical use. Over the years Leslie has been a
junior mechanic, front counter sales, business owner, drag racing
Momma and mentor to quite a few female apprentices. Leslie has
also Co-ordinated and run the "Ladies Car Clinic" for
last 7 years that Simpson Auto has been open. ......Ask her about
am 24 years old and every since I was very young I began working
with my dad at home fixing cars. Once in high school I began an
apprenticeship, after graduating i completed 4 years of training
from UCFV. I have completed my provincial government inspectors
course. After work I enjoy helping restore friends vehicles and
installing stereo systems. My other intrests include camping and
4x4ing in my big Dodge.
of the Simpson Auto family, Ken started drag racing at mission
in 2002. Soon after with the help of his dad he began to custom
rebuild his 91 Z24. Over the last 4 years he has rebuild the engine,
transmission, and suspension. Since 2006 he has also been involed
in autocross racing. Ken now works part time at the shop gaining
experience to be able to do more work on his car.