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red_smeg

997 2005 restoration Boca

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Hi,

 

im kooking to restore my 997 can anyone recommend an independent mechanic or restoration shop in the Boca area. I’m not rich so I’m looking for the work to match the price. 

 

It needs paint 

it needs a rear bumper repair as someone just backed into it (on my drive) that would be insurance. 

it needs the carpets replacing or a redye

it needs a new center interior lighting mount 

it needs the window lifter switches looking at

it needs the pax seat electric adjust fixing 

i would like to get

 

the wheels powder coated

A short shifter

TPMS added

window tint done. 

Brake cailpers repainted

i would like Bluetooth added or a complete replacement of the PCM  

 

it might need

 

new pads 

All fluids replacing (except rad coolant)

 

Does anyone know someone who could do all that work for a fair price. 

 

 

 

 

 

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For the mechanicals I only trust Foreign Affairs in Pompano Beach.  Speak with Bobby Varela at. www.foreignaffairsmotorsports.com.  They also perform restoration work as well.  The company is also very involved with local PCA Everglades club. 

 

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Either KMW (east Boca) or Foreign Affairs are my picks (both for mechanical).  KMW does restoration work as well.  Whatever they can't / won't do, I'm sure they can refer you to someone.

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Thanks folks,

 

I ended up taking the car to Orbit Racing and I couldn't be more pleased with the work they did.  The car looks like it is new, the paint is like glass.  They also repaired some of my interior  items and rear brakes. 

 

 

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