AUTO VALET                                       Stephen Murphy
I have been operating a mobile car valeting/carpet and upholstery cleaning service since 1993. I offer a full range of professional cleaning service.
My aim is to, apart from the restoration of your vehicle to its showroom condition, is to offer the personal touch. Complete customer care is my motto.
I offer a stress free service at your appointed location as I COME TO YOU at home while you get on with your normal day. My objective is to keep your vehicle in pristine condition. Please make it your objective not to depreciate the real value of your vehicle for the sake of a regular visit to maintain it for you.
Auto Valet
Drimoleague
Cork, Co. Cork
Phone: 028 31608
Mobile: 086 8325488
Email: stephenmurphy2@eircom.net
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The first issue of Irish Vintage Scene Magazine hit the shelves in May 2006.

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About the Show:
Back in 1994 I did my first show at Swansea Airport and this was known as 'Wings and Wheels' and attracted about 80 vehicles. The following year it was held at the Quadrant bus station and surrounding car parks. The move to Singleton Hospital and the name Swansea Festival of Transport came about. Some very successful shows were held at the hospital and a several thousand pounds were raised for various charities.
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