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Purchased a 2006 Cayman S, very well serviced with DOF done, AOS and H2O pump replaced as well. 28k miles. Being also somewhat new to the area as well as with my Cayman suggestions for a knowledgeable and professional Porsche shop are appreciated.
 

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In checking with an excellent Benz shop in town, they recommended the Porsche dealership in Mariemont. You know..the one that is part of a Maserati/Volvo/Porsche building. Apparently they also have a restoration arm called MetalKraft. The word is the dealerships' Service dept is good. Having a Volvo, I actually was in that building/shop and was stunned at rare modern day Porsches that were in there...918's, GT's, RS's. So that's what I know and seems like they are the place to go.
 

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They are “Porsche of the Village” and I had good experience with them.


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They are “Porsche of the Village” and I had good experience with them.
As did I, that is my dealership and I have no problem going there or giving endorsements. That said, OP was asking for Porsche Independent Shop in Cincinnati area. Village is a Porsche dealership.
 

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Thanks guys. Yes that was what I was asking but no worries. It is what it is. While having my Volvo serviced at that complex a while back, I spent 2 hours snooping through the Porsche place. Tasty assortment with a GT, 918's a few RS's and even a couple of 914's. Before I bought my CS I called into their service dept to get yet another version of the IMS story and the guy was real helpful on the phone. I'm new to this area but checked into a few "German car specialists" (Ulmer's and Euro Auto Specialists) but neither does P cars.
 
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