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My son has finally joined my passion for Porsche and Audi. I would like to have the both of us do more tech. work on the cars but I do not currently work on my cars. We have a GT3, A4 and Jetta turbo. Would anyone be able to suggest where I can go to have the two of us get more hands on experience working on the cars? I think this could be a good Father/son effort. I am located in upstate New York, USA.

Loren and I discussed this and he recommended I put it on this board.

Thanks,

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It's somewhat difficult to advise you where and how to get started working on your cars without knowing a little more.

If you want to develop your mechanical skills without possibly destroying your current cars, I would advise getting a non running or poorly running 914 and a workshop manual. These are simple to work on and parts are inexpensive. You could go to Sears and pick up a metric socket set and some open end wrenches, assortment of pliers, allen wrenches and other tools as you need them. This would be a great and rewarding project when completed.

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