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leeshdw

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I purchased this day after Christmas. '02 996 TT - Midnight Blue. I am a first time Porsche owner. I am loving this car!!

Does any know a good reputable place to service a Porsche in the Lincoln, Rocklin, Roseville area?

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Welcome aboard...you and I have exactly the same car....midnight blue 02 X50, although from your description you have the 996TT?

There are a lot of things you can do to and with this car....but there are a lot of things that unnecessarily deplete your VISA card with little or no return. Please feel free to email me at fishoncj@aol.com. I will be happy to provide you with the names and locations of the premier Porsche independent mechanics.....there is only one dealership and that is Niello Porsche in Rocklin...somewhat close to you I imagine. As Loren told you, there are a lot of things you can do on your own without having to incur major debts from the dealerships. There are about 4 main independent Porsche shops in the Sacramento area. Loren sponsors periodic Work on Cars Days in the Sacramento area. He just had one at his house last month.

I'd like to get together with you and take a look at your new acquisition. Where did you pick it up? I live in Elk Grove which is about 35 miles from Rocklin.

I think you'll enjoy this forum and if you haven't already paid to join, I would encourage you do do so. It gives you access to the Do-it-Yourself databases as well as a lot of additional info.

I'm sure you're going to enjoy owning this car.

Chuck

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Welcome aboard...you and I have exactly the same car....midnight blue 02 X50, although from your description you have the 996TT?

There are a lot of things you can do to and with this car....but there are a lot of things that unnecessarily deplete your VISA card with little or no return. Please feel free to email me at fishoncj@aol.com. I will be happy to provide you with the names and locations of the premier Porsche independent mechanics.....there is only one dealership and that is Niello Porsche in Rocklin...somewhat close to you I imagine. As Loren told you, there are a lot of things you can do on your own without having to incur major debts from the dealerships. There are about 4 main independent Porsche shops in the Sacramento area. Loren sponsors periodic Work on Cars Days in the Sacramento area. He just had one at his house last month.

I'd like to get together with you and take a look at your new acquisition. Where did you pick it up? I live in Elk Grove which is about 35 miles from Rocklin.

I think you'll enjoy this forum and if you haven't already paid to join, I would encourage you do do so. It gives you access to the Do-it-Yourself databases as well as a lot of additional info.

I'm sure you're going to enjoy owning this car.

Chuck

Chuck,

I am pretty handy with a wrench. I installed most if not all the mods on my previous car. I just wanted to know where i can bring the car in for major things.

I picked the car up in SoCal, Studio City. I actually called Niello Porsche when i was down in SoCal asking them if they sell extended warranty.

I would love to attend a Work on Cars Day. Where would i find more information on the next one? I would love to change the brake lines to SS ones and bleed the brake fluids. :D

I am usually free on weekends and can definitely get together. You can email me at blklexusgs@gmail.com

-Jason

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