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New Stoddard Striker Plates

Monday, January 23, 2017 10:46:13 AM America/New_York

We went back to the drawing board to develop 356 striker plates last year—for this year, we've developed our own exclusive line of 911, 912 and 964 striker plates that have all of the correct details made in-house. You can read more by clicking below or Order Them Now! 

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Posted in Technical Articles By Per Schroeder

Introducing The New Exclusive Stoddard Car Dolly

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 8:00:54 AM America/New_York

Are you looking for a convenient way to work on your Porsche 911 or 912 chassis?  We have developed a heavy duty, professional quality body dolly that is perfect for your bare-tub Porsche restoration. The design is extremely stable and sturdy—each of the four casters is rated at 5000lbs each and are designed to roll over uneven solid surfaces easily.   

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Posted in Technical Articles By Per Schroeder

Renew Your Steering

Thursday, September 1, 2016 7:21:25 AM America/New_York

Renew  Your  Steering

You’ve spent considerable time and money on the body and trim of your 356, but have you paid attention to the running gear?  Often the most forgotten area is the front suspension, and especially the steering part of it.  You’ve probably rebuilt the outer spindles and replaced the tie rod ends.  But, most often neglected is the steering gearbox

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Posted in Technical Articles By Per Schroeder

New Stoddard Brake Shoes

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 9:28:53 AM America/New_York

Why trust your classic Porsche with remanufactured parts? Demand the best – Stoddard’s new production of quality 356 brake shoes.

 

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Posted in Technical Articles By Per Schroeder

Hump Panels—Moving Quickly

Monday, June 2, 2014 3:16:09 PM America/New_York

If there ever was a bellweather for the 911 restoration business, the hump panel is it. Thanks to rising car values, we are seeing a huge increase in people needing this rather esoteric piece of sheetmetal—to fix rust most often caused by severe salt exposure or a leaking windshield seal on cars previously thought of as "unrestoreable."  Folks, everything is restorable!  

   

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A Primer on 356 Bearing Sets

Monday, February 3, 2014 3:30:13 PM America/New_York

Main bearing Sets are a constant source of confusion for early air-cooled Porsche owners.  The Factory long ago stopped producing full sets and the engines can take a variety of different sizes, based upon year of manufacture and machine work to account for wear. Here's a handy guide to what bearings are available for your 356 or 912

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Tips for installing new rubber seals

Tuesday, December 24, 2013 10:12:33 AM America/New_York

After a fresh coat of paint, there's nothing more frustrating than dealing with new rubber seals—even the ones we make with perfectly correct profiles can be a pain to install.  Here are some tips to help things go smoothly...

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Posted in Technical Articles By Per Schroeder

Underneath a Porsche

Friday, August 9, 2013 2:44:29 PM America/New_York

We recently visited Willhoit Auto Restoration in California and shot some pictures of a stunning 1973 911S that had received a full restoration by Nate Cantwell. We were particularly impressed with the level of detail—which is typical of a Willhoit restoration. These guys make even garden variety nuts and bolts look fantastic.



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While You're In There.

Monday, July 1, 2013 10:03:02 AM America/New_York

It can be said that the enemy of "done" is "better." and we occasionally hear this phrase when we're talking about Porsche restorations.  While at first, this might seem like a defeatist attitude, the truth of the matter is that this idea could be applied realistically to even best concours-winning restorations. The trick is to know when to recognize that you're going overboard and deal with it. 



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What Goes Into a Stoddard Wheel

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 1:00:34 PM America/New_York

After a lengthy development process, our new wheels are now shipping.  Find out more about what goes into each and every wheel we make. 

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