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Classic and Luxury Repairs for Jaguar and Porsche

Posted 10/15/15

There are a select few vehicle brands that simply scream excellence and luxury. Certainly at the top of this short list you’ll find both Jaguar and Porsche: two vehicle brands that have been regarded as the pinnacle of sophistication since the early 1900s. Today, if...

German Engineering Requires Professional Repairs

Posted 10/8/15

Some of the world’s top vehicle brands are German, and for good reason: Germany has long been known for pushing the boundaries of vehicle engineering to produce innovations that are considered the standard for luxury and efficiency. If you’re driving around in a BMW, Volkswagen,...

Hard to Find Parts and Classic Auto Repair in Cincinnati

Posted 10/1/15

If you’re the type of person who’s restoring a classic car in your free time, you know the trials and tribulations that can come with bringing it back to like-new condition. Aside from the countless hours that go into the actual restoration, there’s also a...

Fixing Your Porsche Brakes with Advice from Instructables

Posted 7/24/15

Looking to fix the brakes on a 1989 944 Porsche or similar year? The folks at Instructables have some simple, easy to follow instructions. They don’t waste much time on words, and have some great photos that make each step easy to understand. They really...

How Often Do You Need a Cincinnati Radiator Flush?

Over time, radiators naturally become dirty. This can cause the antifreeze to have impurities, which will make the radiator ineffective. This means you’ll need to have your radiator flushed, especially if you are about to experience one of those infamously hot Cincinnati summers. There is no hard and set rule to how often you should have it flushed. This can depend on a number of factors, such as the quality of the antifreeze, your own driving habits. Ultimately, it comes down to the acidity of your antifreeze. You can test this yourself with a pH litmus test you can purchase from your auto parts store. Most car manufacturers recommend a flush every year or 40,000 to 60,000 miles.

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