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A Good Servicing in Brighton

MartinWood

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Having recently joined the self indulgent world of Porsche ownership, and my own private club of owning my new baby for two weeks and then having her maliciously keyed (or by the looks of it screwdrivered all over), can anyone reccommend a good garage to service a LHD 1989 911 Coupe in or around Brighton.

Any ideas on how to wire up a huge electrical charge to the bodywork would also be appreciated.

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No idea if they're any good, but there is a Porsche specialist just off the A23 in Sayers Common - IntraPorsche ????

Anyone know them?


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Just found them in an old listing:-

IntaPorsh 01273 834241

Good Luck

Vic


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I had a good servicing once as a teenager in Brighton. I remember it fondly :oops:

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Thanks Vic, I'll check them out.

Great forum by the way. Most informative.

I feel like I've got a new family. Better not tell my lady about my new siblings, apparently we don't spend enough time together as it is. Lucky she likes being a passenger in the 911 eh? Might change her mind when the roads dry out though.

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Did you pay for it or was it a free of charge introductory offer?

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by CT993 on 03 February 2004

I had a good servicing once as a teenager in Brighton. I remember it fondly :oops:
You sad sad man. You would've thought a man in his 40s would've lost most of the hormones by now. How is the skiing?

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Previous poster said:
You sad sad man. You would've thought a man in his 40s would've lost most of the hormones by now. How is the skiing?
Ahem............ suggest you re-sit biology Noony :eek:

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by MartinWood on 03 February 2004

Did you pay for it or was it a free of charge introductory offer?
As I remember it cost me a cheeseburger at Wimpey's followed by Two Rum and Cokes. Seemed expensive at the time.

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Hendo on 04 February 2004

Previous poster said:
Ahem............ suggest you re-sit biology Noony :eek:
Or take the practical rather that the theory.

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by CT993 on 04 February 2004

Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Hendo on 04 February 2004

Previous poster said:
Ahem............ suggest you re-sit biology Noony :eek:
Or take the practical rather that the theory.


How little they know...

Noony, it never goes away, trust me: it's my 50th birthday today.

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by MartinWood on 03 February 2004

Thanks Vic, I'll check them out.Great forum by the way. Most informative.I feel like I've got a new family. Better not tell my lady about my new siblings, apparently we don't spend enough time together as it is. Lucky she likes being a passenger in the 911 eh? Might change her mind when the roads dry out though.

So, as someone who'll also <ahem> need service soon, I'd like to know how your experience with IntaPorsh went. At the Sussex PCGB meeting tonight I heard some less than complimentary stuff about them so I'm considering going to Paragon. Thoughts/experience on Paragon?


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Hi Manek,

I still haven't had a service done. Will probably have one in the next month or two, so sorry not much help yet I'm afraid.

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No worries -- I've decided to take it to Parr in Godstone. Bit a schlepp but everyone swears by them (and since I've had the car I haven't had the geometry checked, which they are allegedly very good at).

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I use Jota Engineering nr gatwick so not to far and have had superb service



JOTA ENGINEERING OF CRAWLEY, WEST SUSSEX
-Jota is a "one man" operation based in Burstow (near Horley), the proprietor is Paul Sage (01293 775550). This ideal for detailed work as Paul is a perfectionist
More info...



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