We received more body panels in the other day, so I have been making some slow progress in between other projects. I got the rear panel installed the other day, taking place of the old rear seat bucket area. We had to cut this area out for the camber boxes, and still need access to the camber adjustments, so that is what the small doors are in the panel. How it looks from underneath. Trying to figure out how wide …

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We welcomed a new member to the family a few weeks ago. Meet Bob, our ultrasonic parts washer. Bob is large enough to do a case half for a 911 or Type 4, and it really cuts through the dirt and grime to clean parts! It will be great for carb cleaning as well. Bob’s rates are $100/hr. Bob takes up a very big box. We have been doing test runs through it and everything is coming out great. The …

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That's wide!

This one has been on the back burner while we have been acquiring parts through various avenues. As the 911 aircooled market has risen in value, so have the parts and they are becoming scarce for these types of projects! The first round of fiberglass body panels and lexan showed up the other day, but really missing a few key components before the body really starts to come together. Here is the rear decklid fitment in progress. We will run …

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This Cayenne Turbo is currently on the lift due to a leaking torque converter seal. You might call it a post purchase inspection as well! The torque converter seal leak is one of the big things to watch out for not only when purchasing a Cayenne, but also as an owner. The reason the seal leaks is due to coolant contamination from the coolant pipes on top of the engine that like to break. We have covered this numerous times …

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