If you’ve noticed the front bonnet struts on your Porsche are starting to fail, we recommend you replace them sooner rather than later to avoid the trunk lid descending unexpectedly. Unfortunately, we have a customer with a couple of stitches … Read more
With the easing of restrictions we are now free to explore what Victoria has to offer. Amongst Porsche lovers there has always been much passionate debate over which Victorian roads offer greatest driving pleasure. Your own personal preference is likely … Read more
Based on an idea generated by one of our customers… we now have an ongoing ‘Items Wanted and Items for Sale’ Post.
If you have any items that you would like to buy or sell, drop us an email detailing … Read more
In 2020 with many of us driving less and working from home the option to move to a Club Permit is worth considering. If you don’t regularly drive your classic Porsche… moving from standard vehicle registration to a club permit … Read more
Whilst many of us are purists when it comes to our older 911, there is the ever growing trend to individualise your ride. One small and simple way to achieve this is to have your engine fan powder coated. There … Read more
During the current restriction many of us are finding ourselves with more time on our hands, and may be taking the opportunity to go on the hunt for a Porsche purchase.
If you’re looking to buy a car, getting a … Read more
NINEAUTO is open for business and will continue to provide you with warranty compliant servicing and mechanical restoration services.
We are following Government guidelines by taking additional hygiene steps and social distancing precautions to keep our customers and staff healthy.… Read more
If you have experienced wet front carpets or ongoing electrical issues, the problem could be that you have blocked plenum drains. Cayenne’s have a series of drain systems that take water from the sunroof, where the bonnet meets the windscreen … Read more
Whilst having work completed at NINEAUTO, one of our customers decided to paint the roll bar on his 986 … Read more
Sticky and worn climate control switches can compromise the everyday enjoyment of your Porsche and really date a car. Overtime, sweaty, oily hands and constant use can leave switches sticky to the touch with faded often illegible markings. This is … Read more