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Anyone want to help with my car 91 C4?

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Hi guys, my 91 911 C4 is going to need some work and I thought I'd see if anyone is interested in making a deal. The car has 103K on it and will need things over the next several thousand miles including brakes, valve adj, maybe clutch, etc.

I would like to find someone here in the bay area who is either a P-car tech or maybe works with a racing team (so many Pcar race shops around here!) or is a racer himself who would help work on my car (just basically looking for someone with knowledge of these cars).

I used to live in CT and have a bunch of the proper tools and space to work on cars there but don't have the same here. I would like to pay someone who has expereince with 911's to help me with some of the services my car needs but we will need to use most of your space and tools. I enjoy working on cars but don't really have the opportunity here. I hate hate hate having to take my car to super pricey shop when I know I can do as good of a job (if not better) and learn something/feel good about doing something at the same time.

Anybody out there interested? I am not looking for someone to work on my car as some free-bee. I will pay (commisurate with experience) for your knowledge, help and space.

Thanks, Ryan

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