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Select Your VehiclePorsche enthusiasts are often considered some of the most fanatical of automobile lovers, many owning ten or more during their lifetime despite the relatively high maintenance and insurance expense. One of the ways to minimize these costs is by using aftermarket or OEM Porsche parts from an online warehouse. Used pieces are another option, though high-mileage, used Porsche components are often nearly as worn out as the Porsche part being replaced, and are merely a short-term fix.

Porsche Components

CPD specializes in aftermarket and genuine Porsche parts, maintaining a large inventory of the most popular components and pulling from our extensive network when our customers require more obscure items. From brakes to engines, CPD is careful to never sell used or salvage parts that have a questionable background and short lifespan.

CPD doesn't just sell Porsche auto parts; we also sell a variety of accessories and gifts for the enthusiast in your family. Visit the CPD web site anytime, and feel free to call with any questions or requests - we're here for you.

History of Porsche

Most people don't know Porsche is actually short for Porsche Automobil Holding SE, a publicly-held European company majority owned by the Piech and Porsche families. Its headquarters is located in Zuffenhausen, which is a district of Stuttgard, Baden-Wurttemberg. Porsche SE has two primary subsidiaries; Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG (often referred to as Porsche AG) and Volkswagen AG, which owns Volkswagen, Audi, Bugatti and Bentley Motors.

Founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche, an engineer from Maffersdorf, Austria-Hungary, Dr. Ing. h. c. F. Porsche GmbH has been producing luxury performance cars and Porsche auto parts for over eighty years and has awarded the title "most prestigious automobile brand" by the Luxury Institute in 2006. Porsche is also the largest manufacturer of race cars in the world, with more than 28,000 victories on the track. The company hasn't always been so glamorous however, in fact the "first Porsche" 356 model shared much with the Volkswagen Beetle - including its engine, drive train and suspension. is not associated with Dr.Ing. h.c. F.Porsche AG or Porsche Cars North America (PCNA) in any manner. All images and references to the Porsche name, vehicle model names, logo and shapes (including but not limited to: Porsche, Porsche Crest, Porsche Design, Carrera, Targa, Tiptronic, Speedster, Boxster, Cayman, Cayenne, Tequipment, RS) are for reference and identification only. All trademarks, tradenames and/or service marks are the property of their respective holders.