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Some say he is the love child of a Cray XMP supercomputer of the 1980's and a Sinclair C5. That he can hear the tinkling of binary traveling through the internet.

All we know is he is the webmaster of JMG Porsche.

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It has now happened, JMG Porsche have moved to their new site in Ferndown in Dorset, just north of Bournemouth and Poole.

JMG Porsche moved to Christchurch in 2007, in particular for its size and close proximity to Christchurch train station. However for the last couple of years it has become clear that we had outgrown the workshop, both in physical size and the image it projected.


At JMG Porsche we have a reputation for improvement and modification of all Porsche models, but the most important aspect to understand is not the technicalities of modifying the Porsche, but understanding what the customer wants, which sometimes the customer might not even be sure of.

Sometimes the project brief from the customer is very easy to understand, such as the car being a dedi...

As a lot of you will know, I am the technical advisor to Porsche clubs, enthusiasts and even Porsche technicians around the world and one frequent issue of confusion I see time and again is regarding engine and gearbox oils, which ones to use and what the specifications actually mean.

First of all, there are a number of specifications, such as SAE, ISO, API, CCMC, SABS, JAMA and ISLS, e...

Welcome back to our short series of articles about the Porsche 924, 944 and 968 Gear linkages, their issues, improved parts and in this article we will be looking into quick shift kits!

So what is a quick shift kit?

When you change gear on any non automatic car, you of course have to move the gear knob to different positions, backwards and forwards, left and right. A quick shift...

So, just to recap, in part one we discussed what is wrong with the 924, 944 and 968 gear linkages, why they wear, what parts wear out and you should now have a good overview of how it all works.

You might also want to rectify an issue with your gear selector issues, which you may or may not have even realised you had until you read part one of this series.

Well, as you are readi...

The Porsche 924, 944 and 968 have a lot going for them, good weight distribution (good handling), reliability, interesting styling, pop up headlights (cool!) as well as reasonable power levels which allow them to keep up with much more modern Porsche models.

I own over 20 Porsche cars, including everything from a 1980's Porsche 911 Turbo, through to a modern day Porsche Boxster and yes,...

You have chosen to buy a Porsche Boxster.  Congratulations!  An excellent and capable sports car with shore-footed handling, great looks and great performance.

As with all cars, the Porsche Boxster has its own problem areas to look out for, as well as some great features, so do not be put off yet!

So the summer is officially over. Alas even the more optimistic of us can not avoid this fact any longer.

Some owners of Porsche sports cars choose not to use their Porsche in the winter months, choosing to store the car up until the next spring. Others choose to use them all year round.

Storing your Porsche over the winter months and not using it can have some ...

Some car projects in life are simple, others turn into a nightmare that you just know someone at the fac...

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Independent Specialists in all Porsche models from classic to new.