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    PPI in Houston? (Especially bodywork)

    Hi everyone,

    We are looking at a Ď67 911 in the Houston, TX area, we are in California. Wanted to get a PPI done, especially to check the structural integrity of the body. Mainly due to the driver side door when shut the bottom sticks out, maybe 1/4Ē-1/2Ē according to photos. Some paint bubbles on that door too (rust likely).

    Any idea who and where to bring car to for PPI?

    Wanted to make sure itís not the frame thatís bent, is there a way they can check that? Like with a tram gauge? Thanks!

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    Member Hugh Lindberg's Avatar
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    Try Einar’s Garage. They are just west of downtown.
    Hugh Lindberg
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    Thank you!

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    Warren at Callas in Sealy
    Robert Callaway | 1970 T Coupe | 1990 C2 Coupe | PCA | Early S | R Gruppe

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    Thank you Robert, we've called up Einar at Einar's Garage couple days ago and is getting the PPI there next week. Good to know about Warren at Callas.

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