Custom Race Trailer for Porsche Cayman

For everyone who may not be following us on our Google+ page, this was a very cool project that we took on for one of our clients, and now we will be producing them by request! This is a tire & tool trailer specifically made to tow behind your Porsche Cayman or Boxster on the way

One-of-a-kind Porsche 912 Engine Rebuild

Seeing the finish line on an extensive engine rebuild job, along with a laundry list of other issues on this one-of-a-kind 1969 Porsche 912! This car rolled into Midwest Performance Cars with a Frankenstein-like engine. Sourced with many aftermarket parts – very little stock – all of the internal tolerances were one-offs. As beautiful as

Porsche CEO confirms addition of a 7th model

Read this enticing bit from Car & Driver on Porsche declaring a new model…………sometime in the future. As per usual, not a whole lot of detail fleshed out, but there is an enticing pic! Read on for the full story: CAR & DRIVER: Porsche Confirms Seventh Model, But It’s Probably Counting To Nine

Porsche’s Attempt to Remain Exclusive

Here’s an interesting article by William Boston of the Wall Street Journal: Porsche Tries to Remain Exclusive as Luxury Demand Surges. Porsche’s foray into bigger volume products such as the Cayenne and Macan sport-utility vehicles is fueling rapid growth of the iconic sports car brand, but it isn’t easy to grow fast and maintain high

1963 Porsche 356C


Winter Driving Tips

Winter is upon us again here in Chicago and winter driving presents challenges to you and your car. Cold weather tests the limits of your car’s mechanical condition, while driving on snowy or icy roads tests your abilities and awareness as a driver. Here are some tips to help you prepare. Mechanical Preparations: In general,

Track Day Tire Trailer Build Video

Watch as we build a custom tire trailer designed to fit behind a Porsche 911. This trailer enables you to bring your track tires, tools, and other gear conveniently with you in an easy to use, all-in-one package, eliminating the need for a support vehicle to go to your track day activity! Larry at AMMO

Spring Car Care Tips

You and your car have survived the Chicago Winter and we should be all finished with any real snow and ice. Now is the right time to bring your vehicle in for a Spring Service. Winter is very hard on many components of your car and some wear or damage to important components may have

Why Do I Need To Flush My Brake Fluid?

There are a lot of different opinions and misconceptions regarding the need for periodic brake fluid flushes. Do you need this service? How often? Why? Most European car manufacturers recommend having your brake fluid flushed every two years. Brake fluid is hygroscopic which means it attracts and holds water molecules. Water will be absorbed right