March Update

Haven’t had anything real specific in awhile, we have been busy trying to get race cars ready for the season. Work has been steady on the 2005 Mustang GT conversion to a race car. We pulled it out the other day and it wouldn’t start, pointing toward bad spark plugs. The 5.4 and 4.6 ford motors are notorious for the broken spark plugs, and when we removed them, it turns out we had not just a few, but 8 broken …

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Customer selling his high end 2010 GMC Savana 2500 (3/4ton) conversion van. 53,000 miles. New fuel pump just installed. Original owner, Explorer conversion, 9 Passenger, Satellite TV, Satellite radio, A/C ice cold, (6) Leather bucket seats plus reclining bench, All scheduled maintenance, All records, Always garaged, No accidents, Non-smoker, Title in hand, Upgraded sound system, tow hitch, Well maintained. This posh rig is above and beyond beautiful. Mike has taken exceptional car of this vehicle and it shows better than …

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Customer selling his 2009 Porsche 997.2 Carrera PDK. This is a non S car. Approximately 21000 miles and I just installed brand new michelin tires for him (old tires had a lot of life left but were date coded out). I installed a sharkwerks center muffler bypass and lowering springs for him when he bought the car. All maintenance since his ownership has been done by myself. 2nd owner I believe, car came from Premier in Springfield. I have the …

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Got the Boxster back from paint a last week. She got T-boned at COTA in February, so the boys at Pirello Collision got her straightened out enough for me to put back together. With the side painted, they left the bumper off so I could replaced the bent radiator. She took a really hard hit and didn’t leak a drop. This is why I recommend using CSF all aluminum radiators on all water-cooled Porsches, track or street driven. The OEM …

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