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  1. Porsche9
    05-18-2017 08:03 AM - permalink
    Porsche9
    Hi there. I do some of the work on my 986/996 but for the things I don't have the tools for or need a lift I take to a independent. The are a good number of shops in town that are good. Stuttgart Southwest and McIlvain Motors. Stutgart Southwest is a pretty big shop that can handle ANYTHING Porsche. McIlvain Motors is a small shop that focuses on watercooled cars and really know 986/987/996/997 cars. They hourly rate is the most responsible in the whole Valley.

    BTW if you needs parts check out Chandler Porsche. I'm getting most of my parts from them as they are very competitive and I avoid shipping charges which on larger items can be pricey. Let them know what you can get a part for elsewhere and they will match or beat the price I just picked up the GT3 console delete kit in grey, which is a little harder to find, for $185. There wasn't one in the US so they got it directly from Germany and I did not have to pay for shipping on it.
  2. jjjohnnyq
    05-18-2017 07:19 AM - permalink
    jjjohnnyq
    Hello From Scottsdale, I saw one of your posts saying to use the " search function" I can't even find it! uggg. Thanks. Do you use an independent to work on your car or do you do it yourself? Thanks, Johnny


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