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Old 10-27-2009, 07:32 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Certified Porsche Technician in the Southern California Area!

Hi,

Saw the post about traveling Porsche Mechanic in the Southern California area, and thought why not post my Porsche contact?

I have a close friend who works at a reputable Porsche Dealership in the Los Angeles area. He has been working as a Technician for 5 years. He performs all the services and custom work on my Porsche Boxster. He's a short drive from the greater Los Angeles area, where he works out of his home on the weekends. He has done the 60K service and (2) 15K services, brake pads, and rotors on my Porsche. He also lowered my car with H&R Springs at his home while I waited.

He works for $40.00 an hour, that's a steal from $150.00 plus. Better than this is, he is the real thing, a true Porsche Dealership Technician.

The routine is the same, purchase parts from Sunset Porsche in Oregon, at cost, have them shipped to my home and call to schedule appointment for installation.

Please let me know if you need anything and I can put you through to him if you're serious.

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Old 10-28-2009, 10:24 AM   #2
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not a bad idea to use this guy for some repairs?!?

can you tell us what area/city he is in? LA county? OC? Riv? San Diego? for us so cal guys - depending on how far of a drive it would actually be for us to get there - might determine if/when/what we woudl go there for...
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:19 PM   #3
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Location..

He is located in the city of Walnut near Mt. San Antonio College.

Interstate 10 to Grand Ave. exit.

Like I tell all my "Porsche" buddies, I know many mechanics that I don't let work on my Porsche. I would still be paying dealership prices if I didn't know he is a true Certified Porsche Technitian.

Let me know.

He's a professional at a great price!

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