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 7/30/2013 2:45 PM
 

Hello members,

I am in need of a cheaper alternative to my current shop. I love Euro Motorworks and have taken my Boxster there since I bought it. Great service and quality work! However, it is extremely expensive in my opinion. I've spent thousands and thousands there on fairly routine things.

I am looking for a mechanic that knows Porsche but works on the side or has his own shop. I oftentimes have small things I'd like checked without having to drop hundreds or thousands. For example, I currently have a wobble in the front at high speeds (70 mph and higher). I have new tires that I paid Euro to install and do an alignment last Winter. Also looking for cheaper oil changes and brake flush options.

If you have a person that you trust OR if you can help with your own skills, I'd appreciate the assistance.

Thank you!

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 8/29/2013 8:38 PM
 

I recommend Brian Stewart's shop, Autocar Sports and Classics. He is very reasonable and very good. However, it's a bit out of the way on the far west side.

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 10/26/2013 11:06 AM
 
Jim Legault wrote:

I recommend Brian Stewart's shop, Autocar Sports and Classics. He is very reasonable and very good. However, it's a bit out of the way on the far west side.

Hi, newb here. Thanks for this info. Just got a 996 and my usual indy mech was unaware of the bearing issues. I had heard of Brian Stewart but hadn't been able to follow up and find his shop.

Tim C.

Eagle Creek Area

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 12/4/2014 11:08 AM
 
I just happened to stumble on this forum - didn't realize the forum existed. Anyway, I take my Porsche 911 and Ferrari 308 to Brian Stewart (Autocar Sports & Classics) as well. Excellent mechanic and very reasonable.
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