You need to have certain qualifications, in order to be able to repair a Porsche — or any other good car, for that matter.
If, for instance, you have an associate degree in automotive engineering, then you may find Porsche owners being comfortable with the idea of you repairing their beloved toys. Of course, with a four year degree, in automotive engineering, you’d be expected to be more than qualified. However, in most cases, folks with 4-year automotive engineering degrees are expected to be working in design and other more sophisticated roles.
If, in another example, you happen to have a very good certification as a mechanic, even without an associate degree in automotive engineering, you may still have what it takes to repair a Porsche.
We could also be looking at a case where, instead of formal training, you have worked your way up through apprenticeships. But even in this case, you probably still need to have some papers to certify your skills, before people can trust you well enough to have you repair their Porsches.
In carrying out computer-based diagnostics on the Porsche, you may run into difficulties with the computer itself: making it necessary for you to go to a site like instant-tech-support.org in order to obtain help from the Logmein123 system that is described on that site. The same would apply, even if you were trying to carry out computer-based diagnostics for a cheaper vehicle, such as Subaru or Chevrolet.
You need to know several critical things, and make an effort to keep these things in mind, when putting up a used Porsche car for sale.
Firstly, when putting up a used Porsche car for sale, you need to know that the car may take some time to find a buyer. Look at it this way: the people who can afford to buy a Porsche car are often few and far between. And then there are those who can afford such a car, but who opt not to buy it, in order to avoid being accused of ‘showmanship’. These are facts that even companies like Volkswagen keep in mind, when selling these high-end cars — even while brand new.
Secondly, when putting up a used Porsche car for sale, you need to know that the people who will be buying the car will certainly be very keen on knowing why exactly the Porsche in question is being sold. So you need to be ready with an answer, because if you hesitate, people will assume the worst (that you are selling the car because it is problematic) and they will desist from buying.
Thirdly, when putting up a used Porsche car for sale, you need to know that you will have to get the price right: otherwise you will never manage to sell the car. Sell it too cheap, and people may be suspicious about the car (a Porsche is supposed to be expensive, right?). Sell it at too high a price, and people will opt to simply buy a brand new car. So you have to strike the right balance.
Fourthly, when putting up a used Porsche car for sale, you need to know that you will almost certainly be asked probing questions about your ownership of the car. So don’t take it personally when potential buyers of the Porsche you are putting up for sale interrogate you too closely, about how you came to own the car.