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Me!!  LoL. I also have a 2332 JPS, and live within spitting distance of Columbia.  We should meet and greet.  An old time Porsche mechanic, who these days loves 911s and all the money they bring in, is Tif's in Annapolis.  I am aware of a couple of "retired" shade tree mechanics that will take on certain jobs if they feel like it.  I'll not advertise them here, as they are superb craftsmen and mostly run their own little word-of-mouth circuit..  If you really have an issue, we could talk.  My first reaction here is just another way of saying that I will tackle my problems as they arise, and I manage to fix most things.  So, I am a bit of a gearhead, and have been for many years.  My first car was a '56 356 A coupe ( bought in 1966)  and later I had a '61 S90.  In those early days with rather little disposable cash, if something broke and I did not fix it, it did not get fixed.  I think you will find, or already have found, that most folks here who have and keep their Speedsters, are similarly inclined.  They like or do not mind getting hands dirty, and are, as a group, profoundly well educated about these little plastic cars, and are quite willing and able to provide accurate advice about how to do this or that.  All you gotta do is ask. We have some members who are in it for the money, and run a replica construction business, and post here from time to time. JPS is not one of them.

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