WE FEED THE MACHINE FROM 12:00 PM TO 1:00 PM EVERY DAY EXCEPT ON THURSDAYS WE START AT 11:30 AM INSTEAD
(780) 594-1001
5217 - 55 Street
Cold Lake, AB
muscleautomotive@telus.net

Serving the Lakeland and surrounding area for decades

Dependable Auto Repair Services

Bruce Seeber

Super Mac
Muscle Automotive Ltd in business at 5217 55 Street in Cold Lake, Alberta at our new location behind Tanup Salon across from 7-11 on Highway 28. With over 40 years experience in the auto repair industry, Bruce Seeber is in demand for his excellent skills with all domestic, foreign and muscle cars

He can usually hear what's wrong with your vehicle as it's coming down the driveway and will advise your repair situation honestly to ensure your best decision is made for your repair needs financially before we both get stuck with a big bill. He repairs engines, transmissions, drivetrains, etc., and has also been known to rescue an RV or two before your holiday trip became a repair nightmare. Bruce is the mechanic your mechanic goes to when he doesn't know...

USUALLY we are booking one month in advance, so ensure your appointment is booked in ahead of time.

Our Repair Expertise Includes:

  1. Engine Removal, Rebuild, Replace with newer or used parts

  2. Carburetor Repair Service

  3. Hot Rod High Performance Service

  4. Almost All Vehicle Repairs car or truck upgrades

We Now Do Out-Of-Province Inspections!

"Muscle Automotive Ltd. will perform inspections for Honest Repair Work or a Second Opinion Service (Only needed repairs performed - in case your bill was a bit high for your liking and you think the other guy OVER-ESTIMATED)"
Alberta Vehicle Inspections
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This Crate Engine is a Chevy 502 600hp housed in a 1963 Chevy Hot Rod Pickup

owned by Devon Fediuk of Cold Lake, Alberta Canada

Mental Motors

made by Muscle Automotive Ltd. in Cold Lake, Alberta

Keep On Truckin'

This is Bruce's baby - "Ol' Blue".

500k And Counting

Here's Ol' Blue "crossing over" 1/2 a million klix. Daddy must really love her!

Meet Brakes

And this is our resident apprentice: Brakes!

avoid leaving vehicles on our property for extended periods of time to avoid vandalism and theft