Slipstream - January 2016


The monthly newsletter of the Maverick Region of the Porsche Club of America

January 2016

Published by the Maverick Region, Porsche Club of America

Upcoming Events

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• Sunday Drive

• Rally School

Past Events

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• May at Mayo’s

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Zone 5 Presidents..........................................1

Shifting Gears (President’s Column).............2

Maverick of the Month.................................2

List of Officers and Board Chairs.................4

Maverick Minutes.........................................6

New Mavericks and Anniversaries................9


Advertiser Index..........................................34

Around the Bend (Editor’s Column)...........36



All Member Party.......................................10

PCA Tours...................................................14

Porsche 914............................................................16

Five Speed Chatter.................................................23

Porsche Polishing...................................................30

Upcoming Events

January Board Meeting.................................7

Maverick Lunch Series.................................7

All Member Party.......................................10

Autocross Schedule.....................................13

Sunday Drive Schedule...............................15

Monthly Social............................................27

Driver’s Education Schedule.......................31

Past Event Recaps

PCA Palooza...............................................12

Founders’ Day 2015....................................18

Photography Contest Winners.....................20

Maverick Social: Hilton Garden Inn...........26


Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

24 25 26 27 28 29 30


Day January

6 Board Meeting

12 Lewisville Lunch

21 No Mav Social this month

23 All Member Party

28 Richardson/Southlake Lunches

Day March

2 Board Meeting

8 Lewisville Lunch

17 Mav Social: Love&War in Texas

20 Sunday Drive: Mitas Hill Winery

21 COTA DE registration at Noon

24 Richardson/Southlake Lunches

Driving Event Venues

COTA Circuit of the Americas, Austin

ECR Eagles Canyon Raceway, Slidell

LSP Lone Star Park, Grand Prairie

MMS Mesquite Memorial Stadium, Mesquite

MSR MotorSport Ranch, Cresson

MW Mineral Wells Airport, Mineral Wells


Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

28 29

Day February

3 Board Meeting

9 Lewisville Lunch

18 Mav Social: Lavendou

(Porsche Valentine Day)

25 Richardson/Southlake Lunches

27-28 Driver’s Education 1: MSR

Day April

2-3 Driver’s Education 2: MSR

6 Board Meeting

12 Lewisville Lunch

21 Mav Social: TBD

24 Sunday Drive: East Texas Tour

28 Richardson/Southlake Lunches

On the Cover: A pair of

Porsche GT3s waiting for the

next drive event at the PCA

Palooza in Eureka Springs, AR.

Photo by George Luxbacher

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Kirk Bristol


Bryan Kerrick

2016 PCA Zone 5 Presidents and Zone Representative


Michael Globe


Rick Payton


John Bullen


Henry Carter


Randy Kaplin


Robert Price


Jack Merrell


Jim Falgout


Grady Buckhalter



Leonard Zechiedrich



Lynn Friedman


Shifting Gears: 2016 Promises to be a Busy Year

By Jim Falgout, Region President

By now you have heard Happy

New Year a few times. The volunteers of your club have

been hard at work to contribute to that goal. There

are several activities being planned or developed to enhance

your experience with your Porsche. I have been

in other organizations and other car clubs. I have never

seen one to offer so many varied opportunities as the

Maverick Region.

First, of course, is the All Member Party on January

23, 2016, at the Hackberry Creek Country Club. We

have reserved parking for our Porsches (more than last

year). There will be food and beverages and a cash bar.

But most of all it is a great opportunity to meet other

Porsche owners and to find out more information of

our various activities.

For those who want to participate in Driver’s Education

Events, those will start in February and continue

in April and May. We take a break for the summer heat

and start up again in September. However, one idea that

our DE chairman, Chris Tabor, wants to bring forward

is having a four-hour DE (similar to the SCCA Track

Night in America) in the evening during the summer

months. Stay tuned to see if that comes to fruition.

Another exciting event is Club Race. We have two

opportunities for Club Racers to compete and for our

members to volunteer. We are again co-sponsoring

a Club Race and Solo DE at Circuit of the Americas

(COTA) in Austin. The event is scheduled for May 6, 7,

and 8, 2016. If you have never been to COTA, this would

be a great time to experience that excellent track.

In addition, we have several Sunday/Saturday Drives

and a Rally or two in the planning. As you can see, we

offer many ways to enjoy your Porsche.

We have a variety of social events including lunch at

three locations most months. Our monthly after hours

social will resume in February. Stephanie Ho always does

a great job setting those up and arranging for discounts

for us. We are presently brainstorming about Founders’

Day which we have in November. If you have any ideas,

something you liked or did not like, or something else

you would like to see us include in Founders’ Day, please

let me or Tracy Robertson, our chairperson, know.

If you like to show your Porsche, there will be opportunities

for that, also. We hope to again have May at

Mayo’s, so stay tuned about that one. We will definitely

have a show within a show in June at Autos in the Park at

the Cooper Aerobic Center. This is a great venue, with

lots of trees and grass, so you are not baking in the sun

on a concrete surface.

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Grapevine, TX 76051


To help provide support for these events, a

new chair position has been created. We now have a

chairman of volunteers. Jim Gallegos has taken on

that role. So if you would like to help but are not sure

where you are needed, you can contact

Jim at and he

can connect you with the committee that

could use your talents. As I always say,


you will be glad you did.

Mav of the Month

It never ceases to amaze me that when we need someone

to fill a position, someone steps up. In this case

this individual not only took on a very important and

demanding role, he also started some other activities.

First, he took on the laborious role of editor of this newsletter,

Slipstream. He also

started a Twitter account

for our club and frequently

posts on Facebook. Finally,

he produced a 2016 club

calendar using images from

our photo contest that will

be available for purchase at

the All Member Party.

Our Mav of the Month is

Jim Hirsch. Thank you Jim

for your excellent contributions

to the success of our


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2016 Maverick Region Board - Officers and Chairs


Jim Falgout

Jim joined Maverick Region in August,

2008. He drives a 2003 996, which is

the third Porsche he has owned. Jim

enjoys attending Maverick Region

social and driving events.

Autocross Chair

Mark Schnoerr

Club Race Co-Chair

Pat Heptig


DE Chair



Vice President

David Robertson

C 617-797-0516

David fell in love with the Porsche 911

when, as a child, he would have his

parents stop by the old Forrest Lane

Porsche in Dallas so he could dream of

someday owning one. He bought his

first Porsche 911 in 2011. He and his

wife Tracy enjoy being active members

in the Maverick Region.

Time Trial Chair,

(AX/TT Rules)

Travis Howard


Club Race Co-Chair

Joel Nannis

DE Chief Driving Instr.

John Sandusky



Wendy Shoffit

C 972-977-9821

Wendy and husband James joined

Maverick Region in 1997, when

their daughter was only 9 months

old. Jasmine is now 18. They own 3

Porsches including a 1978 911SC as

a dedicated racecar, which she enjoys

autocrossing. Her daily driver is a 2016

Cayman GT4.

TT Registrar, AX/TT

Schools, Swap Meets

Robyn Howard


Club Race/DE Registrar

Slipstream Event Ads

Wendy Shoffit

DE Equipment Mgr.

Hunter Allen


Richard Solomon

C 903-530-8281

Richard joined Maverick Region in

2012 when he fulfilled a 30+ year

dream to own his first (of many) 911,

a 2009 Silver Carrera! Although fairly

new to the club, he is excited about

being more involved and meeting more

Porsche fanatics!

Charity Chair

Chris Hamilton

Concours Chair

Andy Kay


DE Sponsorship

Daren Kirbo


Email List Moderator

James Shoffit



Histographer, Tenured

Charlie Davis

Rally Co-Chair

Don Sebert


Slipstream Editor

Jim Hirsch


Email List Moderator

Brian Scudder


Membership Chair,

Past President

John Hamilton


Rally Co-Chair

George Luxbacher

Slipstream Article Ed.

Carey Spreen


Email List Moderator

Matt Platts


Monthly Socials

Stephanie Ho

Upcoming Events

• Father’s Day Picnic

• Sunday Drive

• Rally School

Safety Chair

Joe McGlohen

Slipstream Wrangler,

Public Relations

Brenda Dranow

Goodie Store/Advertising

Pat Friend


Online Calendar

Brendan Eagan

Slipstream Printing

Fran Ussery

972--438-8344 (W)

817-481-8342 (H)

Slipstream Mailing

Andy Mears


Social Chair

Tracy Robertson


Sunday Drive Chair

Tom Martin

Tech Sessions Chair

Ed Mullenix


Trivia Chair

Jerry DeFeo


Volunteers Chair

Jim Gallegos


Web Site Chair

Denny Payne


June 2007 - Published

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Gimme a Minute: December Board Meeting

By Wendy Shoffit, Region Secretary December 2, 2015

The meeting began at

7:01 pm. President Jim Falgout

announced that Jim Gallegos has

stepped up to be the Volunteer

Chair. Reporting for absent Stephanie

Ho, the November monthly dinner

social was very successful at the

Hilton Garden Inn, with nearly 120

in attendance. He and Tracy Robertson

are looking at Founders’ Day

plans for next year.

Co-Editor Carey Spreen commented

that he likes the Slipstream

changes that have been made and is

continuing to work to get articles in.

Social Chair Tracy Robertson reported

that Founders’ Day this year

was lightly attended. She is working

to make both big and small changes

to improve attendance. Fortunately

because of the Autobahn sponsorship,

the club did not lose money.

There were a few silent items left to

bid on for charity, and she is working

on creative solutions for those.

The All Member Party is set for

Saturday, Jan 23. Activity Chairs will

have increased time to address the

crowd, and she wants “stations” for

each event. Lastly, she’s working on

a giveaway to participants.

Sunday Drive Chair Tom Martin

reported that Co-Chair Neill Flood

had to step down because of personal

commitments. Tom has the

2016 drive schedule set, including

the Mitas Hill Winery in McKinney,

annual East Texas Tour, and more.

He purchased a portable sound

system to help with drivers’ meetings

and offered it to use at other

events. Thinking the club could use

another one to help with logistics,

Joe McGlohen made a motion to

purchase a second identical setup.

Tracy Robertson seconded. Motion


Safety Chair Joe McGlohen said

that we had a very good and safe

year. He is continuing to work with

event chairs.

Drivers’ Education Chair Chris

Tabor recounted that 2015 had a

rough start because of date selections,

but ended strong. The class of

cars has improved. He has the 2016

calendar set, removing a March

event, but may add a weekday track

night. He is also working on ideas to

have an “Intro to the Track” session

within existing DEs. More later.

Tech Chair Ed Mullenix had a

pre-DE tech session set for January

(to teach and possibly certify people

to do self-inspections), but has to

reschedule. He will try get it done

early February. He is looking at locations,

which can be difficult.

Calendar Boy Brendan Eagan

sent an email several months ago

requesting backup help. Charlie

Wintch was quick to step up. They

will work together.

Concours Chair Andy Kay set up

several events in 2016, including

an April detailing session, May at

Mayo’s, and Autos in the Park at the

Cooper Aerobics center. He’s working

to firm up dates and details.

Editor Jim Hirsch is pleased

to keep going with the increased

Slipstream size (40 pages) thanks to

writers and photographers. Membership

continues to rise, and we

will again need increase the number

printed for distribution. Because of

the holidays, he had to move up the

deadline to the Dec 8 for the January

issue. He received the calendars

and mailed them out already. Directories

will be going out next week.

Treasurer Richard Solomon said

the club is in good financial shape

with about $175k in the bank. He

received sponsorship monies. He

wanted to write the club’s donation

check to Hope. We had some

discussion about Walmart gift cards

received from club members being

a lower total than normal. He

made a motion to send $10K as a

check for donations received and

anything over $10K will be converted

to Walmart Gift Cards, to

be delivered to Charity Chair Chris

Hamilton. Joe McGlohen seconded

and the motion passed. Richard

also discussed the Boot Campaign

and contributing to that worthwhile

cause. He made a motion we send a

check for $1000 as a donation. Joe

McGlohen seconded and the motion

passed. We are overall about

$40k over where we were last year.

Club Race Registrar Wendy Shoffit

reported that the Club Race went

well with about 60 drivers and 60

DE’ers. The CR committee wants to

purchase some items to help with

next year, but we decided it should

be part of the CR budget and not require

board motions and approvals.

She received suggestions from members

for Founders’ Day improvements,

which she will pass along.

The 2016 Club Race at Circuit of the

Americas is set for May 6-8 and plans

are proceeding accordingly.

Absentee Membership Chairs

Tom and Susan Froehlich reported

that we are at 1616 primary (up four

from last month) and 2524 total


Jim Falgout mentioned that we

always need volunteers for COTA.

He also reported that Parade registration

is a little different this year

with hotel registration happening

FIRST in December. Look for notices

from PCA. Lastly, the Maverick of

the Month is Jim Hirsch for his incredible

contributions and willingness

to step up to get so many jobs

done. Congratulations!

6 January


It’s Easy to Play!

Play here for fun and education

and find the answers below


Play for prizes on the web at, with

the answers and winners to be posted here after each

month’s contest has closed. Thanks to Jerry DeFeo for

putting this and the Web Trivia together.

Congratulations to this month’s winner:


getting 4 out of 5 correct.

Jack, please contact Kirk at Zim’s

to claim your $25 Gift Certificate.

Thanks to all for playing!

1. Porsche once only had the VIN in the trunk of the car. In what

year did they add them to the driver’s side windshield post and

door jamb for cars built for the USA?

a. 1968 b. 1970 c.1972 d. 1974

Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p. 4

2. In what year did Porsche along with most other auto

manufacturers adopt the 17-digit VIN numbering system still in

use today?

a. 1980 b. 1981 c. 1982 d. 1983

Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p. 4

3. The 911 can trace it roots back to sketches drawn by ‘Butzi’

Porsche in August of ________?

a. 1958 b. 1959 c. 1960 d. 1961

Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p. 6

4. Production of the 911 began in September of 1964 as a 901.

We all know that Peugeot objected to the numbering system of

any 3 numbers with a ‘0’ in the middle after seeing the 901 at

the 1964 Paris Auto Show. When did Porsche change to the 911


a. Nov. 10, 1964 b. Nov. 30, 1964 c. Dec. 15, 1964 d. Jan. 2,


Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p. 6

5. The first 911 reached the USA with a price tag of $6500.

Which of the following was NOT standard equipment on them?

a. 5-speed dog-leg transmission b. Z-F rack & pinion steering

c. Wood rimmed steering wheel d. 2.0L DOHC 6 cylinder

engine e. 4.5 x 15 steel wheels f. 13mm front anti-roll sway


Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, pp. 6 & 7

Answers: 1) b 2) b 3) b 4) a 5) d


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Welcome Our New Mavericks!

By John Hamilton, Region Membership Chair

James Adams

Willow Park

2004 Boxster S

Frank Agostinelli


2015 Cayman S

Bradley Almond


1974 911 Targa

Andrew Barber


2016 Cayman GT4

John Chapura

Grand Prairie

2004 911 Carrera

Fabien Chenin


2015 Cayman GTS

Richard Ethridge

Fort Worth

2015 911 GT3

J.M. Frank


2003 911 Carrera Cabriolet

Steve Frank

Farmers Branch

2000 911 Carrera

Michael Gately


2006 Boxster

Laura Long


2006 Cayenne Turbo S

Paul Luedtke


2004 911 Carrera Cabriolet

Rob Miller


1984 944

Steven Novak


2016 Cayman GTS

Jorge Reyes

(Myrna Torres)


1996 911 Carrera

Mark Roberts

North Richland Hills

2016 Boxster S

Donald Rossilli


2016 911 Carrera

Drew Ten Eyck


2012 911 Carrera S

Adam Tibbitts


2007 911 Carrera 4

Allan Tiro


2013 911 Carrera S

If you have any changes that

you would like to make to the

MRPCA membership guide,

contact John Hamilton at

Maverick Membership Totals

Members ~ 1,620

Affiliate Members ~ 904

Total Membership ~ 2,524

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1986 911 Carrera Targa

David Walker


2006 911 Carrera

Michael Young


2012 911 Carrera S Cabriolet

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Douglas Rutledge


Transfer From: Los Angeles

2008 Boxster

Say hello to your fellow

Porsche drivers!

Flashing your high beams at fellow Porsche

drivers is a time-honored tradition . . .

Keep the flash alive!

Anniversaries: January

25 Years

Don Beene (Don Buckman) Fort Worth

Gail Gerkey


20 Years

Robert Evans (Joan)


15 Years

Michael Farrar (Nancy)


Scott Guenther (Tricia)


Heinz Hackmann (Angela Jaggears) Fort Worth

10 Years

Avery Murphy

5 Years

Alfredo Carnera

Barry Carter

Victor DiBlasi

Neil Grundhoefer

Jason Hart (Ashley)

Priyesh Patel (Pratima)

Evan Polikov

Heather Pullen

Jill Williams (Scott)

Fort Worth





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All Member Party: Start Your New Year With Your Porsche

By Wendy Shoffit

The year was 1998. James and I

had recently joined the Porsche Club and weren’t quite

sure what to expect. We saw a Slipstream ad for a “New

Member Party” and decided to check it out. It was held

at the home of Bob and Chris Morris. We loaded up our

11 month old Jasmine into our 1990 911 C4 Cabriolet to

Lancaster. There were several dozen people there who

were very welcoming to us as we enjoyed the potluck offerings

and Bob’s famous chili. Region President Brian

Scudder took special attention of us and answered all

our questions. The main one? When and where can we

start autocrossing? That event started it all for us. While

we thought that the Porsche Club members would be

total snobs, they turned out really friendly and very

happy to see us.

Fast forward 18 years later. The same event is being

held, but it’s now called the “All Member Party.” The

original intention was for new members who joined the

past year to come out and have existing members answer

any and all questions that they have. Unfortunately,

there were a few years in the middle where attendance

was way down. It seemed as though ONLY the new

members were showing up and the existing members

weren’t coming out to welcome them! So, we changed

the name to not just NEW, but ALL members. The location

has also moved from members’ homes to business

locations to neighborhood clubhouses and finally to the

Hackberry Creek Country Club in Las Colinas. What

started out as a few dozen people blossomed last year to

over 130! The car show in the parking lot in and of itself

is impressive enough to attend. A few special cars have

been on display, including Carrera GT, 918, and maybe

even a special GT4 this year. *wink*

So, what can new members expect? The event is a

come and go affair. Show up for as little or as long as you

want. Come meet the people who share your passion.

Come find out what our events are about and which

ones might ring your bell. We will provide light snacks

and a cash bar. Event chairs wear badges saying “Ask me

about (their event name)” and will be stationed early at

tables so you can ask away. There are others (like me)

who walk around with a badge that says “Ask me about

Anything.” Having been around for a few years, I have

experience with all the events out there, so you can ask

me questions about anything, including national par-

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ticipation. There are a handful of people with those

badges on. Ask us anything… we won’t bite. ☺ There will

be an official sort of presentation towards the end in the

main room for the event chairs to speak to the entire

crowd about their events, but it’s not in tons of detail

that could be boring to those not interested. After that,

we will stay until all the questions have been answered

or the country club people kick us out… and even then

we’ll be in the parking lot once it’s over (and even later

in Slipstream on page 4)!

So, please come join us this year and find out why we

say, “It’s Not Just the Cars, It’s the People!”

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We hope to see your Porsche in

this lineup at the All Member Party


PCA Palooza 2015: An Eventful Ozark Mountain Weekend

By George Luxbacher, Region Rally Co-Chair

Photos courtesy of the Author

After attending PCA

Escape back in 2012, held in combination

with Palooza, Dee and I

have been hooked - a combination

of great Porsche-twisties on the

back roads of Arkansas and Missouri,

along with fall colors (albeit

a little past their


and the colors

were a bit past

their prime

12 January

prime), proved

irresistible and

brought us back

year after year

to Palooza in

Eureka Springs,

Arkansas! This

year was true

to form. While

the drive up

from Dallas on

Wednesday, Nov.

11, with the Harveys

and Sorrels

involved some rain, that was the last

precipitation we saw until Sunday.

Every drive was on dry roads with

top-down (as long as you don’t

mind a little chill and take full advantage

of the seat heaters) weather.

We stayed at the Inn of the Ozarks

Best Western, where the convention

center in the back served as Palooza

HQ throughout the event.

While the various drives didn’t

start until Friday, we signed up for

the poker stick gimmick rally on

Thursday, along with the Harveys,

something neither one of us had

ever done before. I wanted to see

if a stick rally would be something

that Don Sebert, my co-Rallymeister,

and I might introduce to the Mavericks.

A stick rally map is a straight

line with numerous cross-lines; in

this version you picked up a playing

card at each check station to fill a

five-card poker hand. The idea, in

theory, is to stay on the straight line,

and the lines to the sides direct your

actions at each intersection; there

are no street names or numbers. I

emphasize “theory” because a concept

that seemed simple was much

harder to follow in practice.

With Dee as the driver and me as

the navigator, we came into the first

check station from the wrong direction,

although we still got a card for

our poker hand, and then had no

issues at all getting to the second

check station. While we thought we

had the concept nailed, it was all

downhill from there. Despite four

attempts at the next leg, including

returning to the second check

station and starting over, we never

could match the roads with the

“stick” and wound up lost. Over two

hours later, we abandoned the rally

and returned to the hotel. While I

will probably try this again next year

(assuming I can talk Dee into going

along), I don’t think Don and

I will be adding a stick rally to our

schedule for the Maverick Region

this year!

Thursday evening ended with a

social mixer - a great opportunity to

visit with friends from other parts of

the country we see infrequently.

Friday morning we participated

in the Oark Tour, a new 183-mile

drive for 2015 that ran what seemed

to be all over Arkansas,


“The Pig Trail,”

a section of AR

23 that is fun to

drive. Watching

everyone try an

“Angry Hornet”

- a cheeseburger

smothered in

jalapeños at the

Ozark General

Store - was icing

on the cake for a

great driving day.

Stop here to

try an Angry

Hornet burger

Adam’s Premium Car Care, a

company well known to the Corvette

crowd, had a detailing station

set up back at the Best Western to

demonstrate their products. Sorry,

Jack and Andy, but I’ve now become

a convert to their wheel cleaner and

car wash foamer! Palooza Fest was

held that evening but we skipped,

along with a group of Mavericks,

in favor of trying one of the great

restaurants (Le Stick) in Eureka

Springs, staying late in the evening

to enjoy listening to Peter Maiella

playing guitar.

Taking a break during one of the

“spirited drives”

Saturday morning offered a

plethora of spirited and scenic

drive options. Although we previously

signed up for one of the spirited

drives, we quickly changed our

minds, given the nearly 100 cars participating!

We then joined one with

fewer cars, but still managed to get

separated from the group mid-drive.

Still a great drive, although Dee is

ready to go “less-spirited” next year.

We arrived back at the Best

Western in time to join the annual

Parade of Porsches through Eureka

Springs. Considering car and motorcycle

clubs go to Eureka Springs

throughout the year and do this, I

am amazed that the town traffic

shuts down for an hour to accommodate

the Parade, which is a lot of

fun! One of the cars in front of us was

even throwing candy, reminiscent of

a Mardi Gras float. The Parade was

followed by a Car Show organized

around People’s Choice awards and

a number of tech sessions. We even

found time to squeeze in a round of

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Saturday afternoon car show invites all to participate

drinks on the roof patio of the 1886 Crescent Hotel

and Spa with the Briggs and Koeppens.

The 2015 PCA Palooza was capped by the Saturday

Night Banquet, an event with innumerable door prizes,

for which each car gets five tickets. This year I came

home with a remote controlled Porsche model and

a great coffee table book. Several Mavs won People’s

Choice and Sponsor’s Choice awards for the car show,

although I’ll admit I didn’t try to keep track of who. I

do remember that Ed Mayo blew away the Tech Quiz!

Final statistics: 13 states, 27 PCA Regions, and 260

Porsches. This has become one of the largest Porsche

events in the US behind the Porsche Parade. With the

close proximity to DFW, you really should consider attending

this event next year!!!!!

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PCA Tours: The Sunday Drive Program

By Tom Martin, Region Sunday Drive Chair

The Maverick Sunday

Drive Program has a long heritage

within the club for conducting lively

drives throughout the countryside

surrounding the DFW Metroplex.

From the early days when rudimentary

maps, highlighted on

pages copied from a Mapsco, to

the present, when predetermined

routes, loaded on sophisticated GPS

receivers, are used to guide drivers,

Sunday Drives let Porsche owners

exercise their rides in relative safety.

Typically, the first event a new

PCA member attends is a Maverick

Social. These events, formerly

known as Happy Hours, are the

springboard to all of our club’s activities.

After meeting our interesting,

intelligent, and even charming

members, many new Mavericks will

attend a Sunday Drive.

Sunday Drives usually run between

60 and 100 miles in length.

The criterion for getting from Point

A to Point B is neither shortest distance

nor fastest time. The criterion

is diverse and twisty back roads in

the wide open spaces, devoid of traffic

or residences.

Not all Sunday Drives are held on

Sunday. Because of the hours of operation

of some of our destinations,

we schedule some drives on Saturday.

We try to avoid conflicts with

holidays, observances, spring break,

and other Maverick and National

PCA events. Drives are generally not

held during the summer months,

when the sweltering heat blankets

the Metroplex, and when many

members are on vacation.

Upon arrival at a Sunday Drive

starting point, a participant will receive

a copy of the Drivers’ Briefing,

outlining the safety requirements

that must be met during the drive,

along with an overview map of the

route, as well as printed turn-by-turn

instructions. All participants must

sign a Liability Waiver. Drivers are assigned

to one of four Drive Groups.

After the Drivers’ Briefing, the Drive

Groups are released from the starting

point at five-minute intervals to

avoid congestion on the route. A

rest stop is normally scheduled near

the halfway point of the drive.

During the 2016 season, destinations

will include locales such as

the Mitas Hill Vineyard in McKinney,

Revolver Brewery in Granbury,

Rancho Sereno in God’s Country in

Whitesboro, and even MotorSport

Ranch, where we will be doing parade

laps on their most excellent

3.1-mile road course.

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Maverick website to receive all the

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Porsche 914: The Ultimate Go-Kart

By Tom Martin

After my Porsche experience with

the 924 model, which encompassed three ownerships, I

pretty much figured my time with the marque was over.

Until one day, while visiting my sister and her husband

at their home for lunch, I spotted a classified ad in the

local newspaper for a 1971 Porsche 914. It was a 1.7L

four-cylinder model. Excusing myself for an abrupt exit,

I ventured out to affluent Fairfield County to view the

Porsche. It was raining cats and dogs that day. The 914

was safely ensconced in an old wooden barn, draped in

Canary Yellow paint, with a Spartan Black interior. After

a very wet test drive, I bought her on the spot.

Tom’s Canary Yellow 914-4

In the ‘70s, the Porsche 914 was the ultimate streetlegal

go-kart. Weighing less than 2000 lbs., with a power

output of 80-90 HP, and a mid-engine layout, the 914

was a superb “backroads rat racer.” It had an extremely

low center of gravity; the driver’s derrière literally hung

a scant few inches above the ground, on a modestly padded

seat, no less.

In Europe, the four-cylinder 914 was sold by a joint

marketing effort called VW-Porsche. The mandate of

VW-Porsche was to build vehicles out of VW components.

In the US, the 914-4 was marketed as a Porsche.

Controversy ensued. Porschephiles were appalled. Nevertheless,

the 914 was a successful venture, bringing

much-needed revenue into Porsche’s coffers.

The 914 was a polarizing model in Porsche’s lineup.

Understandably, the 911 was the jewel in the royal

crown. Porsche would never stray from its relatively

small, but hardcore customer base; they would always

put the 911 on a performance pedestal. The same rings

true today. But the financial successes of the 914, the

924, and the 986 Boxster effectively financed Porsche’s

efforts in perpetuating the legacy of the 911.

Even though the 914-4 was the Rodney Dangerfield

of Porsches (it never got any respect), I could hustle

Photos courtesy of the Author

that lithe wedge around the twisties of Connecticut with

amazing abandon; all the while with my son hanging on

for dear life as we sped from one Radio Control car event

to another in which he was competing. We utilized the

914’s rear-mounted battery and trunk as a “pit” for his

endeavors. He was very successful in his racing ventures,

securing several victories and multiple Championships,

and we got to share a lot of good father/son quality

time with countless memorable moments during that

time together. Good stuff, for sure.

The engine of the 914 was stuffed amidships, tucked

neatly beneath an 18” x 48” panel located behind the

rear “window”. At least that’s what my mechanic told

me. I never actually saw it. In retrospect, the 914 was a

spartan, unspectacular car, devoid of any modern amenities,

such as air conditioning. It was equally lacking in

some basic creature comforts . . . like heat, for instance.

Heat in the winter months was more of a concept than

a reality. The longitudinal steel heater boxes, originally

intended to direct heat from the air-cooled engine to

the cabin, were primarily just fodder for New England

rust; custom stainless steel units were de rigueur back

then. Even after they were installed, the “heated air”

would spew forth from the tiny vents with all the force

of an asthmatic seal.

The 914 served as

my daily driver, and

as a newly divorced

father, it was my only

means of transportation,

so there was no

autocrossing or tracking.

The Porsche

eventually suffered

an ignominious fate

too embarrassing to

relate. Whether or

not it met its ultimate demise is unknown.

The interior of the 914 was

“spartan” in more than its color

Nowadays, I find it amusing to read ads for 914s commanding

insane prices. Once the bastard child of the

Porsche lineup, with a questionable lineage, the 914 is

now earning long overdue respect within the Porsche

community . . . especially when it cleans up at a Porsche

Parade autocross!

Long live the wedge!

Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of Porsche

ownership articles by Tom. You can view his previous

experiences in the April 2015 and November 2015

issues of Slipstream.

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Founders’ Day 2015: Maverick Region’s 53rd Anniversary

By Carey Spreen

Photo contributions as noted

In November 1962, a dozen or

so fans of those funny little German cars with their engines

at the wrong end met at the Fiesta Best Western

Motel in Arlington to talk about establishing a local

chapter of the Porsche Club of America. The charter

from PCA was actually dated January 10, 1963, but November

stuck as the real date of the founding of the

club. Every November since then, Maverick Region has

celebrated Founders’ Day.

Based on the success of last year’s Founders’ Day location

at the Bent Tree Country Club in North Dallas,

Maverick Region’s celebration of its 53rd year returned

there for 2015. Also repeated this year was the Photography

Contest, organized by Charlie Davis, and judged

by Richard Bradley, previous Maverick Region member

and editor of Slipstream from 2009 to 2011, now living

in Kentucky; Mark Gluck, also a long-time Maverick;

and Jean-Francois Bulycz, who is on the Porsche Parade

photo team, and based in Silicon Valley. Founders’ Day

attendees also voted for a People’s Choice winner. See

the list of winners later in this article.

James Weber and Denise Etcheson set them all up in

a dramatic display at the front of the banquet room that

drew the attention of everyone as they entered. Also

involved in setting up the display were Linda and Alan

Bambina, Sue Crimm, Carey Spreen, and Tracy and

David Robertson. In case you didn’t make it to Founders’

Day this year, you can see all of the entries on our

website at, then clicking on Photo Gallery,

then 2015, then Social Events, and Photography Contest


Panoramic view of the Photography Contest display

photo by Charlie Davis

Along with the Photography Contest, Founders’ Day

included our perennial Silent Auction, the proceeds of

which go to the Huffaker-Hughes Hope House, a facility

for battered

women and children,

which has

been Maverick

Region’s charity

for over a decade.

Lisa and Mitch

Huffaker, who

run the facility,

were again our

welcome guests.

Gift certificates,

jewelry, parts,

posters, clothing,

and a weekend in a beach house were just some of the

items that were auctioned off. See the list of contributors

later in this article.

Steve Krysil, a Regional Manager for Porsche Cars

North America, has been

a guest speaker at the

last few Founders’ Day

celebrations, and Steve

was here again this year

to talk about sales figures

and race wins from

2015 (including lots of

details about what goes

into fielding a winning

team for the 24 Hours

PCNA Regional Manager

Steve Krysil giving us a

peek into future Porsches

photo by Charlie Davis

of Le Mans), as well as

provide tantalizing hints

about Porsches that are

not yet available in the

US, but soon could be.

Not many folks can claim to have been an active member

of the Porsche Club of America for 50 years, so it’s a

special occasion when such a person makes an appearance

at an event. Clay

Perrine took the opportunity

to introduce

Al Zim, who joined

PCA in 1965, as one of

those rare members.

Al runs Zims Autotechnik

and has serviced

the vehicles of many

hundreds of Mavericks

over the years.

Lisa and Mitch Huffaker of the

Huffaker-Hughes Hope House

photo by Wendy Shoffit

50-year PCA member

Al Zim at the podium

photo by Wendy Shoffit

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Another Founders’ Day tradition is the awarding of

the Richard F. Selcer Memorial Award, the recipient of

which is chosen by the Region President. In the words

of the creator of the Selcer Award, “the annual trophy

is intended to acknowledge

outstanding contributions

to Maverick

Region and to inspire

others to do likewise.”

So, for her tireless efforts

in coordinating monthly

Maverick Social events

and drastically increasing

attendance at these

events, President Jim

Region President Jim Falgout

presenting the Selcer Award

to Stephanie Ho

photo by Charlie Davis

Falgout presented the

Selcer Award to Stephanie

Ho. Congratulations


And last but not least, Past President John Hamilton,

complete with sealed briefcase handcuffed to his wrist

for security, announced the 2016 Executive Board results.

• President: incumbent Jim Falgout

• Vice President: candidate David Robertson

• Treasurer: incumbent Richard Solomon

• Secretary: incumbent Wendy Shoffit

Past President John Hamilton

presenting the 2016 election results

photo by Linda Bambina

Congratulations and thanks to Tracy Robertson, Region

Social Chair, and her husband David, for coordinating

and arranging another successful Founders’ Day


Social Chair Tracy Robertson and newly-elected

Region VP David Robertson

photo by Wendy Shoffit

Maverick Region collected about $8500 from the Silent

Auction, all of which was donated to the Huffaker-

Hughes Hope House. We want to acknowledge and

thank all of the contributors to the Silent Auction, without

whom our support of this worthy cause would not

be nearly as strong as it was this year.

• Alan and Linda Bambina

• Ascot Diamonds

• Autobahn Porsche

• Chris Tabor

• Competition Motorsport

• deBoulle Diamond & Jewelry

• Drive Xotic, Motorsport Ranch

• The family of Bob Benson

• Hackberry Creek Country Club

• Innovative Autosports

• Invisibra Inc

• Jean-Anne Amado

• Jim Falgout & Jennie Image

• Joel & Erika Nannis

• Lane Boots (Daniel Amado)

• Louden Motorcar Services

• Mayo Performance

• Maverick Region PCA

• Mullenix Motorsport

• Park Place Porsche

• PCA National

• Porsche Cars North America

• Porsche Plano

• RAC Performance

• Robyn and Travis Howard

• Shine Express Car Wash (Chris Tabor)

• The Phoenix Insurance

• Zims Autotechnik

Turn the page to see the winners of the second annual

photo contest.


Founders’ Day Photography Contest Winners

Entrant Judged Class Photo Score

Jim Lanter Artistic Never Look Back 35*

David Loder Motorsports All About the Curve 33

Pat Heptig People Gate Worker 23

Denise Etcheson PCA Experience Closer than you Think 32

David Loder Porsche Portraits Contact 32

*Overall top score

People’s Choice – 3-way tie!



Pat Heptig

Hood Emblem

Mark Hanna In the Beginning

Wendy Shoffit All About that Bass

Overall Grand Prize and Artistic Category:

Jim Lanter, “Never Look Back”

Motorsports Category:

David Loder, “All About the Curve”

PCA Experience Category:

Denise Etcheson, “Closer than you Think”

People Category:

Pat Heptig, “Gate Worker”

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Porsche Portraits Category:

David Loder, “Contact”

People’s Choice, Tie:

Pat Heptig, “Hood Emblem”

People’s Choice, Tie:

Mark Hanna, “In the Beginning”

People’s Choice, Tie:

Wendy Shoffit, “All About that Bass”

A few of the club connoisseurs of our

Founders’ Day photography contest

photo by Wendy Shoffit

View the full collection of

photo contest entries at


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Five Speed Chatter: Electrifying the Market

By Ash Seidl-Staley

Photos courtesy of the Author

Happy New Year,

Mavs! I hope your holiday festivities

were safe and produced long-lasting

and love-filled memories. I predict

that 2016 is going to be a fantastic

year for me, my family, and my

Porsches. I wish all of you the same,

and hope you can keep your various

Porsche-related resolutions.

Porsche is planning on having a

better year as well. Last fall’s emissions

scandal plaguing Volkswagen,

Porsche’s parent company, shook

the German automobile market.

VW, Audi, and even Porsche were

implicated in the breech of regulation

and saw significant losses in

their stock price as a result. At the

scandal’s zenith, in late September,

the share price of Porsche automobile

holding SE (POAHF) plummeted

from just over $70 a share to

deep lows marked in the 40s. This

VW’s problems affected

Porsche’s stock prices

was the second dip in price Porsche

stock received since April, where

the share price flirted with the $100

mark. As a Porsche owner, both in

cars and monetary options, the scandal

worried me at first. But then I realized

something: it’s Porsche; they

have just experienced a miraculous

racing season in all of their major

classes, and they always pull through

in the end.

Big news out of

the recent Frankfurt

motor show proved

that Porsche is back

on the prowl. The

company announced

its production of the

Mission E Concept, a

scathingly fast electric

car. Whether Porsche

decided to produce

the speedy green machine

because of the

emissions scandal, or

as a challenge to Elon

Musk, CEO of Tesla motor company,

doesn’t really matter. The E is

stylish, innovative, provocative, and

is coming soon. The electric car’s

concept model produced an electric

equivalent of 600 brake horsepower

at the rear wheels, posted a 0 to 60

acceleration time of 3.5 seconds,

and has a battery range extending

upwards of 300 miles.

Porsche’s intervention into the

world’s electric automobile market

comes from their innovative recharging

system. Using specifically

designed lithium-ion batteries, the

Company projects close to 80% of

the car’s power could be recharged

in as little as 15 minutes. Imagine:

by the time you finish your lunch or

register for car insurance, your car

The Porsche Mission E Concept

could be ready for another 200-mile

jaunt up the road.

Sadly, the new potential owners

of the E will have to wait, as Porsche

predicts mass production will begin

closer to the year 2020. But by then,

new mechanical and electrical innovations

will be developed so much

so that the final E might be even

more spectacular. Either way Tesla

should commence the shaking in

their boots; Porsche is coming!

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Porsche friends) was a hit this year with over 120 attendees at the Ballroom in the Hilton Garden Inn, with dedicated

bartenders and 50% discount on drinks including premium liqueurs just for our Mavericks! Thanks to the

hospitality of the Hilton Garden Inn and its manager, Sheri Morriss, and her staff, the evening went smoothly,

transitioning from the Ballroom with the cash bar to the dining room for delicious meals at the end of the night.

Mav members enjoying conversation at the Social

Robert Thompson and PCA Maverick President

Jim Falgout welcoming our new member Steve Frank

About 60 Mavericks stayed for dinner

Tom Cundari, PCA Maverick Monthly Social Chair

Stephanie Ho, along with our club’s Public Relations

Chair Linda Bambina and our guest Kevin Page

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Who can resist our

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New Year’s Resolution: Porsche Polishing

By Andy Kay, Region Concours d’Elegance Chair Photos courtesy of the Author

Happy New Year! Have you made

your New Year’s resolution yet? Well how ‘bout we Polish

Our Porsches!

As an Obsessive Car Detailer, people ask me how to

maintain and protect the finish of their Porsche. So I

thought I would share a few tricks of my trade. This article

is not intended to be a commercial for Griot’s Garage,

although it’s what I’ve been using for more than

14 years and it works for me! Hopefully these tips will

work for you.

Step One: Wash the car.

I know, it’s cold out there, which

is why I use a waterless Spray-On

Car Wash. It’s formulated to cling

to your vehicle and break up road

grime so you can safely remove it

with a quality micro fiber cloth.

Please don’t take your Porsche thru

the car wash. I don’t recommend

the coin-op hand wash either. By

Before the BOSS

pulling the trigger and using the

high pressure mode, all kind of damage can occur. Besides,

you’re still outside and now you’re cold and wet!

Step Two: Clay your Paint!

Paint Cleaning Clay removes

all the contaminants that sit

on your paint. To get the clay

to glide across the surface, you

need to spray the surface with a

lubricant like Speed Shine. Now

dry with a quality micro fiber

cloth. Your paint is now completely

clean, smooth and ready

to polish.

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You’ve thoroughly cleaned the paint, now it’s time to

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you remove defects, you produce a uniform, flat surface

that is better equipped to reflect light, and reflection is

what shine is all about. I have both the 3”and 6” Dual

Action Random Orbital and recently acquired the new

BOSS Best Of Show System for professional results.

Depending on the condition of your paint and how

you drive your Porsche, you have a variety of “next

steps.” Is this my Daily Driver, my Weekender, my Show

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different levels of protection.

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For Sale: 2014 Porsche 911 Targa 4S, Guards Red,

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bra (full hood/fenders). CPO warranty to 6/23/2020.

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For Sale: 1973T Porsche 911 Race Car, Green, built

to RS Specs. 2.7 liter aluminum case, 233 hp and 199 ft

/lbs at rear wheels. 8 hours on engine by Jim Buckley.

40 IDA Webers, 915 gearbox. Buckley suspension.

930 Brakes. FuelSafe fuel cell. Full welded roll cage.

Fire system. Removable passengers seat for DE’s.

Two sets Fuchs wheels. PCA and Vintage Logbooks.

$38,000. Contact Lee Wilkins (972) 503-8825 or (01)

For Sale: 1981 euro sc Race Car, Black; recent major

tune/transmission overhaul; buckley headers; 2 sets

buckley wheels. Weight 2450 with extra lead weights

if needed. Holds track records at Eagles Canyon and

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engine with approx 200 hp. Never wrecked; stored at

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For Sale: 1989 Porsche 944 Turbo S, Guards Red with

Linen Interior. The mileage on this car is unknown as

the odometer has stopped working at 125,000 miles. It

has just had a very extensive engine top end rebuild,

so it is a very fresh engine. The car boosts properly

(1.75bar max) and has plenty of power. Stock DME

and stock KLR in it. The car shifts smoothly, plenty

of clutch left, plenty of brakes left. Outside paint and

body could use some attention. n\New tires. Good for

a daily driver but not a show winner. Inside could use

some attention also. No tear in the leather, but carpet

stains and the usual cracked dash. Rare car priced for

a quick sale at $10,900. Contact Benoit Marcille, 501-

316-6042, or (01)

For Sale: 1971 Porsche 914, Orange/black with

black interior. 2.5L highly modified engine. 916 front

and rear bumpers, orange and black exterior with

pinstripes, black interior, 4 fiberglass flared fenders,

fiberglass rocker panels, solenoid trunk release, gas

spring lifts on rear trunk, rear spoiler, 3rd brake light,

euro tail lights, racing driver’s seat, both seats are

adjustable, harness bar, 5 point harness and standard

seat belt /shoulder harness with retractors. 911 front

suspension with 5 bolt wheels, drilled rotors, 944

brakes, 23mm sway bar, 180 lb rear springs, 5 bolt,

genuine Fuchs 7” front and 8” rear wheels painted to

match the car, new Kuhmo Ecsta 205/225-15 street

tires, body stiffening kit, 13” steering wheel, side

shift transmission. 2.5L 4 cyl., 105mm bore with

stock stroke, new dual Weber IDF 44 carbs, Web

Cam, ported and polished ss valves, 38mm intake,

28mm exhaust valves, dual valve springs, 911 clutch

and pressure plate, lightened balanced flywheel and

crank, 911 starter, Perma Tune CD ignition, headers

(no heater), additional remote oil cooler in front with

electric fan assist and thermostat. Motor assembled by

Mayo. Issues: motor must be turned off via kill switch,

minor tears in upholstery, small oil leaks, some flaws

in body and paint. $15,000. Contact Kim Lackey 817-

845-8993 or (01)

For Sale: 2011 Porsche 911 Carrera, Carrera

White w/black leather interior. 16,000 miles. Second

owner - purchased Porsche Certified in 2013. One

year of Porsche transferrable Warranty remaining.

Very well cared for excellent condition. Original and

unmodified w/maintenance records, original two keys,

and all Manuals. Options: Sports Seats, Sport Chrono

Package, Bose Surround Sound, SiriusXM Satellite

Radio, Porsche Dynamic Light System, Self Dimming

Mirrors, Seat Heating. Asking $56,500. Contact Jason

Harper, 214.437.9625 or


For Sale: 2011 Porsche 911, Black exterior with back

interior. Original owner, still under original warranty,

PDK, 12 way power heated/vented seats, BBS 19”

wheels, Texas car, clear bra, bi xeon headlights, sport

crono, Bose stereo, active suspension mgmt, Dynamic

cornering lights, Navigation, 3 spoke steering wheel,

always covered and garaged, looks, drives, and

smells like new. annual oil changes since new at

dealer. Mileage:6,700 miles, asking $56,000. Contact

Richard Lester, 817-307-4815 or Lesters1984@ (11)

For Sale: 1995 993 Porsche 911 Convertible, Red

with tan interior. 49,100 original miles. Air Cooled 6

cyl engine, Tiptronic transmission. New tires. Bone

stock original car. Maintained by Park Place Porsche

for the last 6 years. Car is in excellent condition,

everything works. Asking $38,000. Contact Bud

Carmichael, 214-957-7707 or budcar3773@gmail.

com. (11)

If you see an item in the PCA

store online that is not in our

Mav store, we can request it.

Send an email with the specifics


Slipstream Advertiser Index

These advertisers support our Maverick Region – Tell them you saw their ad in Slipstream!

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Autobahn Motorcar Group (800) 433-5602 B.C.

deBoulle Diamond & Jewelry (800) 454-4367 Page 8

DFW Garage Design (972) 416-4545 Page 24

Ebby Halliday – Michael Picolo (972) 365-7370 Page 28

Falgout & Associates, P. C. (972) 669-2370 Page 15

Fifth Gear Motorsports (972) 317-4005 Page 17

Garages of Texas (214) 435-4898 Page 5

Hoosier Tires Direct .com (515) 203-3503 Page 23

Innovative Autosports (972) 418-1996 Page 25

Invisibra (214) 704-9299 Page 17

Louden Motorcar Services (972) 241-6326 I.B.C.

Marvelous Home Makeovers (214) 458-1932 Page 33

Mayo Performance (817) 540-4939 Page 30

Mullenix Motorsport (972) 417-0997 Page 28

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Mustard Racing (817) 366-1678 Page 35

OCD’tailers (817) 948-8538 Page 35

Park Place Porsche (800) 553-3196 Pages 22, 29

The Phoenix Insurance (214) 253-0570 Page 15

Porsche Plano (214) 576-1911 I.F.C.

RAC Performance (214) 269-1571 Page 3

RetroAir (972) 960-6899 Page 30

RKT Techniques (817) 624-1322 Page 25

Roofing Solutions by Darren Houk (817) 692-8496 Page 28

Silver Fox (817) 329-6995 Page 2

Stuart’s Paint and Body (214) 221-6999 Page 32

The UPS Store (972) 420-1250 Page 35

Ussery Printing (972) 438-8344 Page 35

Victory Motorcars (713) 783-6555 Page 11

Zims Autotechnik (817) 267-4451 Page 14

34 January


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(125 feet s. of Pioneer, on the W. side of Corzine st.)

Arlington, texAs 76013



Around the Bend...

By Jim Hirsch, Managing Editor

Something to keep in mind for

2016: you can’t let the urgent overcome the important.

By the time you’re reading this, most of us have already

made, and broken, a number of New Year’s resolutions.

So, let’s begin again with what’s important to

us as Maverick members and consider some Porschespecific

resolutions for 2016.

• Bring joy and excitement to yourself and those

around you by driving your Porsche each day

(or each week, each month, or ???).

• Purchase a 2016 Maverick Club calendar at the

All Member Party in January to keep track of

your Porsche driving days.

• Participate in at least one more Maverick and/

or PCA event than you did in 2015.

• Take photograph(s) and write an article about

your first, favorite, or most recent Porsche experience

for Slipstream.

Our club is built on volunteers and is the epitome of

the PCA motto: “It’s not just the cars, it’s the people”.

In fact, take a moment in this new year and look again

at page 4 and familiarize yourself with the many members

who are volunteering in ongoing roles to ensure

the Maverick Region offers events and activities that

meet the interests of all of our members.

Maintaining an active group of volunteers is

the lifeblood of our club. To better assist in that

effort, a new Board position has been created

- Volunteers Chair. Jim Gallegos has agreed to

take this newly created set of responsibilities and

design ways for even more members to become

involved with making this club relevant for each of us.

While not urgent, this is certainly important to address

to start 2016.

While I don’t often use this space to write about specific

Porsche vehicles, as a 981 Boxster S owner, I feel

more compelled to do so with the recent announcement.

In case you missed it, the 981 model designation

is no longer going to be used. Beginning with deliveries

later this year, Porsche’s two-seat sports cars will be

called the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman.

As Porsche noted in their press release, “The 718

model series is a continuation of the proven four-cylinder

concept and the history of distinguished Porsche

sports cars.” With the new design coming, the Boxster

and Cayman will have equally powerful four-cylinder

flat engines with turbocharging. The Roadster will now

be positioned at a higher price level than the Coupé –

as is done for the 911 models. Porsche will introduce

the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman over the course of


You might have noticed a number of small

design changes beginning in this issue of Slipstream.

These are hopefully making the newsletter

easier to read for our members. I’m always

interested in hearing your suggestions, so please

send those to me at

Authors and Photographers Wanted!

We welcome contributions for articles and photographs from all

Mav members. If you enjoyed the stories and images of travel,

adventure, events, and collections of Porsche memorabilia in this

and past issues of Slipstream, please consider sharing your story

with us. Send your text and photos to

36 January

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