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996 repair shop in Dallas Texas


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I live in Dallas and can someone tell me a better repair shop I should go for my 1999 911 C2?

I live in Colleyville, used to live in Plano. I take mine to Boardwalk since my 997 is certified and under warranty, but they've really been bad lately since their doing crapy Audis too. Their in process of building just a Porsche dealership. Let me tell you, I sat in their waiting room for an hour while they checked in all these audis first. I won't go back 'til they get their sh** together. Park Place does a good job and are negotiable if you push 'em. If you're out of warranty, you're probably looking for someone other than the dealer. There's a shop off 183 in Bedford-- I beleive, right next to the Park Place Mercedes Dealership that does Porsche. From what I hear, good work at good prices. Some of the repair shops charge as much as the dealer, be wary. I'll see if I can find their name, my buddy uses them for his 993 and swears by them.

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I live in Dallas and can someone tell me a better repair shop I should go for my 1999 911 C2?
I had a good experience with Autoscope at 9796 Ferguson Road in Dallas. Their shop was pleasant and clean with a comfortable waiting area. Good Luck.
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I live in Dallas and can someone tell me a better repair shop I should go for my 1999 911 C2?

I live in Colleyville, used to live in Plano. I take mine to Boardwalk since my 997 is certified and under warranty, but they've really been bad lately since their doing crapy Audis too. Their in process of building just a Porsche dealership. Let me tell you, I sat in their waiting room for an hour while they checked in all these audis first. I won't go back 'til they get their sh** together. Park Place does a good job and are negotiable if you push 'em. If you're out of warranty, you're probably looking for someone other than the dealer. There's a shop off 183 in Bedford-- I beleive, right next to the Park Place Mercedes Dealership that does Porsche. From what I hear, good work at good prices. Some of the repair shops charge as much as the dealer, be wary. I'll see if I can find their name, my buddy uses them for his 993 and swears by them.

Thanks alot! I think I know where is it.

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I live in Dallas and can someone tell me a better repair shop I should go for my 1999 911 C2?

Ruf Autocentre is close to the Addison airport on Commander St. They do non-Ruf work on Porsche and other imports. Great shop. They did nice work on my 2001 TT. Call and ask for Hans.

Chip

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