There was colorless, slightly oily fluid leaking from the front of my 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan, staining the pavement of my parking spots for two days. I left the van at Allison's, 8 pm Wednesday, dropping my key through the after-hours drop box slot. Noon the next day, Scott called to tell me my radiator needed replacement. He also recommended new tubing for the new radiator and we had a chat about possibly replacing the thermostat, eventually deciding against it. The van would be ready at the end of that day or the next morning. I didn't hear from Scott until 2 pm the next day and was told his mechanic was out with the Flu and that he was the one actually doing the repair! The van was ready for pick up 5 pm that day.
The van drives well after the repair, however the prior to the radiator replacement the van was driving really well to begin with, it was just the leaking fluid that was the issue. Their no longer is any leaking fluid from underneath the van. Overall, It's my opinion these guys perform quality work that one would assume only happens at a dealership. However the higher overhead costs accompanying a repair bill from the dealership are avoided at Allison's, where the same level of work is performed at about a 25% cost discount, from my experience.
I actually found them from a Car Talk registry of good mechanics. They're no longer listed though, not sure why. So far from Allison's I've only experienced work and service Click and Clack the Tappet brothers would approve of. Go get your car fixed.