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    New to Denver - best mechanics

    Hey guys,

    I have a 911SC and I need to get a few things checked like the shocks, oil change, and a few other random things. I live the Highlands near downtown Denver. Any suggestions on the best shop that specializes in Porsches close to the city?

    Any suggestions on the best place to get it detailed/ cleaned?

    Thanks!
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    You may want to check out Eisenbuds. They have one of my Carrera’s in there now.
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    Tell me about this shop! I will call tomorrow, but I assume I won't be able to make an appt for a while. Have you taken your Carrera their before?
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    Join Alpine Region PCA. Lots of great cars and information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aarp798 View Post
    Tell me about this shop! I will call tomorrow, but I assume I won't be able to make an appt for a while. Have you taken your Carrera their before?
    They rebuilt a 915 for me for our Beck 904GTS, soon to be done
    They currently have our ‘86 Targa, cleaning up some electrical gremlins. They came highly recommended by a good friend who lives in the area. Pretty much exclusively P-car only and judging by the sheer # of cars in their shop, I’d say well trusted. The owner has been around the early air cooled cars for a LONG LONG time. Good luck.
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    Thanks for the recommendation!

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    +1 for Eisenbuds
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave29 View Post
    Join Alpine Region PCA. Lots of great cars and information.
    Actually, PCA AMR is based in the Colorado Springs area, down south. The OP lives in Denver, and so would do a lot better aligning with the PCA Rocky Mountain Region, which is very active. RMR and AMR do many things together in any case.
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    Hey there, I am new to the area as well...Eisenbuds is handling a PPI for me on a 1970 911 Outlaw this week. I was hunting down shops as well and have a healthy list all with good reviews.

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    Steve Rowe at Rowes Performance
    Greg at EuroSport
    Tom at Carquip (mainly parts)
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    Eisenbud's, once upon a time i bought a 73E 911 that john had rebuilt into an rs spec power house. he knows early 911's....
    good luck

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