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02 Mechanics In New Jersey


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Hi Forum,


New member here, just in from a thousand mile drive and looking for advice from the faq.


Highlights of the trip include 8 hours of rain, some dirt roads, and a tire blowout on the freeway,

it's safe to say the car is in need of a break. And although it's driving and running as well as usual,

I doubt it can hurt to let someone more knowledgable look things over...


So any leads on 2002 mechanics around Princeton or Central New Jersey? Or somewhere nearby?


(I'd also like to note what an incredible body of knowledge you guys have assembled,

it's great to have such a thorough and lively resource for learning about these cars. Thanks!)

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I live in N. New Jersey and can vouch for Chris at Stone racing. Not far from u either. He tackled a punch list u on my '72 tii a few years back and sorted a number of things. Has forgotten more than u or I will ever know. He's downtown right after u cross the bridge

Hooked on 2002 since my first one bought new in 1972

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Steve at New Vernon Coachworks can fix anything. I know him personally, he fixed a fuel pump on my Tii. Exotics and classics are their main trade, but they loved seeing the Tii come in...



1973 2002Tii Agave "Gerta"-----1972 2002Tii Verona project-----------2003 Porsche 911 X51-------2016 FIAT Abarth--------2003 Porsche Boxster----------2005 Honda Element

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