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Looking for indy shop in San Francisco East Bay

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So I've had my car for a few weeks now, and my first real DIY went awry, so I'll be in need of a shop soon to deal with it (air bag removal to fix horn). But I'm also looking for a shop to use going forward for issues too big for me that might arise. I'm in Benicia, so basically, the East Bay is ideal, but I can be in San Jose in an hour, or Sacramento in an hour.

I posted the same on another board, but there seems to be a fair number of Bay Area owners here, so I thought I'd ping you all as well.


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You should consider Kahlers in Dublin CA. They are just off 580 in the East Bay.


Ash is a very trustworthy fellow who I have had work on my 911 for more than 2 years now. The prices are fair (not cheap), the work is of a high quality and their knowledge of the pcar is excellent.

Thanks, PJ. Dublin isn't a bad drive from Benicia...

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  • 4 weeks later...

stuttgart autohaus in moraga. they use OEM parts and does a fine job on maintenance stuff. not sure abt their troubleshooting skill.

adolf's autohaus in san ramon is another shop i heard but not used personally.

lastly, livermore porsche and fremont porsche often run very competitive specials. i heard they do a good job. my personal experience is at carlsen porsche which is always top notch but a little pricey.

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