Slipstream - December 2001

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Volume 39, December 2001, Issue 12

Departments

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

List of Officers/Board Chairs .......................................4

Prez Says..........................................................................5

Pam’s Page ......................................................................6

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

New Wheels..................................................................27

Anniversaries................................................................27

Unclassifieds.................................................................28

Advertiser Index...........................................................28

Upcoming Events

Calendar of Events..........................................................1

Happy Hour ....................................................................2

Board Meeting ................................................................2

Porsche Lunches .............................................................2

Holiday Party ..................................................................3

Rally 101 ..........................................................................7

New Member Party ........................................................7

Driver’s Education at MSR Application ....................25

Day December - Events

6 Board Meeting*

8 Holiday Party

18 Lunch

20 Happy Hour

Day January 2002 - Events

2 Board Meeting

15 Porsche Lunch

19-20 Lone Star Region DE at TWS

26 Rally 101

29 Porsche Lunch

Day February 2002 - Events**

3? New Member Party

6 Board Meeting

9? Swap Meet at GTI

12 Porsche Lunch

16? Autocross 101

17? Ladies Autocross School

23-24 DE at MotorSports Ranch

26 Porsche Lunch

Past Event Recaps

Run Whatcha Brung Charity Autocross .....................8

Swap Meet at GTI...........................................................9

2201 Mid US 914 Ramble ...........................................10

Maverick’s First TMS Club Race A Huge Success....12

Club Race.......................................................................13

The Club Race: A View From The “Tower”.............14

Fashion Alert: Wearing White In The Fall.................15

TMS Club Race Photos ...............................................16

TMS DE Photos............................................................17

Happy Hour at Mondo’s .............................................18

Miscellaneous

Volunteers Needed For Hope Shelter Drive................2

Thank You To The 2001 Sponsors .............................22

*Please note that the events listed for February 2002 are tentative.

** Please RSVP for this month’s board meeting to wendy@shoffit.com.

Photography

Tinker Edwards, Mark Gluck,

Drew Campbell, Linda Bambina,

Lanean Hughes, Bill Dugan and

Kevin Hardison.

Cover Photo

National PCA Legal Advisor, Lee Wilkins,

leading a row of cars in the charity

laps at the Club Race. Photo taken by

Linda Bambina.

United We Stand

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2001 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents

ARK-LA-TEX

Bob Kelley (Shirley)

h- 318-635-2617

bkelley968@aol.com

CIMARRON

John Nanny

h- 918-743-6043

jnanny@swbell.net

COASTAL BEND

Peter Kendig (Cindy)

h-361-853-5350

peter@carczar.nu

HILL COUNTRY

James Morrison

h- 512-388-0100

forwheels@aol.com

LONE STAR

Steve Olsen (Peggy)

h- 281-360-2311

stevenholsen@cs.com

LONGHORN

Bob Towsley (Joyce)

h- 210-494-5467

MARDI GRAS

Brad Bradford

h- 504-835-7874

MAVERICK

James Shoffit (Wendy)

h-972-506-7449

james@shoffit.com

OZARK

Bud Thurman (Phyllis)

h- 501-666-7486

arsailor@aristotle.net

OZARK MOUNTAIN

Gregg Welsh (Tracy)

h- 501-636-0881

twelsh@nwark.net

WAR BONNET

Walt Kendall (Barbara)

h- 405-749-1776

wkendall@mmcable.com

WHISKEY BAY

James Broussard (Melinda)

h- 225-216-9556

jfbroussard@email.com

ZONE 5 REP

Jan Mayo (Ed)

h- 817-595-4651

jlmayo@celanese.com

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Come

Get

Happy!

Thursday, December 20th

6:30 PM at

Carraba’s

Italian Grill

1701 Crossroads, Grapevine, TX (Hwy 121/114 split)

817-410-8641

Volunteers needed

Sunday, December 9th

to take smiles, cookies,

beverages, and holiday

cheer to our friends

at the HOPE Shelter in

Mineral Wells.

To help, contact

Lanean Hughes at

lhughes@fmstech.com

or 972-484-3040.

For more information about Happy Hours contact:

Dennis Chamberlain - Dennis@dennischamberlaincpa.com,

Tinker Edwards - tinkedwards@mindspring.com or

Benjamin Witry - n.a.r.t@worldnet.att.net

The Shoffit’s

Residence:

1112 Santa Fe

Trail

Irving, TX

75063

972-506-7449

Board Meeting

Thursday, December 6th

6:30 PM

Belt Line Rd.

Special Dinner

This Month!

All Members Are Welcome

Please RSVP by Monday, Dec. 3rd to:

Wendy@shoffit.com

Belt Line Rd.

1112

Santa Fe Trail

Rodeo

Hwy. 635

Mac Arthur

I-35 E

N

PORSCHE

LUNCHES

Due to the busy holiday

season, the December

lunches will be held

simultaneously on

Tuesday the 18th at

11:30 at Good Eats

near Collin Creek Mall in

Plano AND on Midway

Road in Addison.

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2001 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs

Maverick Region President

James Shoffit

W - (972) 506-7449

H - (972) 506-7449

james@shoffit.com

1112 Santa Fe Trail

Irving, TX 75063

A member since 1997, James has also been

co-editor of Slipstream and the Timing &

Scoring chair of AX. He owns a ‘90 911 C4

Cab and a ‘78 911 SC.

Vice Presidents

Carey and Mimi Spreen

W - (972) 501-3400

H - (972) 420-9953

the.spreens@gateway.net

709 Reno Street

Lewisville, TX 75077

Carey has been a member since 1979 and

Mimi since 1989. Carey has been an active

member of four different regions. They

own a ‘70 914-6.

Secretary

Andy Mears

W - (214) 360-9221

H - (940) 321-8683

amears@attglobal.net

1512 Shadow Crest Dr.

Corinth, TX 76210

Andy has been heavily involved with the

mailing and distribution of Slipstream for

several years. He now hopes to attend more

driving events since he has completed his

911 Coupe project.

Treasurer

Bob Knight

W - (214) 461-1426

H - (214) 349-1108

bknight@lgt-cpa.com

9047 Oakpath

Dallas, TX 75243

A member since 1986, Bob has previously

held the offices of President and Vice

President, edited Slipstream, and has won

the Selcer Memorial award. He owns a 2000

Boxster S.

Driving Events - Chair

Keith Olcha

W - (817) 706-7678

H - (817) 251-6865

OLCHA@aol.com

711 Manchester Court

Southlake, TX 76092

Keith has been a regular at all driving events

and has recently been heavily involved in our

Driver’s Education program.

Logistics & Support - Chair

Joe McGlohen

W - (817) 366-1678

H - (817) 861-2792

retread@ix.netcom.com

704 Bowen Court

Arlington, TX 76012

Joe has been involved in virtually every type

of event that the Maverick Region holds.

He currently owns a 912 and a 914 2.0 liter.

Communication - Chair

Wendy Shoffit

H - (972) 506-7449

wendy@shoffit.com

1112 Santa Fe Trail

Irving, TX 75063

A member since 1997, Wendy has recently

completed a two year stint as the editor of

Slipstream and was the year 2000 recipient

of the Selcer Memorial Award. She owns a

‘90 911 C4 Cab and a ‘78 911 SC.

Activities - Chair

Teri Davis

H - (940) 682-4719

chuxter@rennlist.com

P.O. Box 213

Weatherford, TX 76086

Teri is a past Slipstream Editor and the

current Rally Chair. She has also been a

major force behind Round Up and the

recent Rally Schools.

Autocross

Graham Lane

W - (817) 421-0141

H - (817) 421-0086

ghlane@email.msn.com

Safety

Joe McGlohen

W - (817) 366-1678

H - (817) 861-2792

retread@ix.netcom.com

Newsletter Editor

Pam Abdalla

H - (972) 208-7725

pa.abdalla@verizon.net

Goodie Store

Kay Leibel

H - (214) 739-3355

W - (972) 934-7191

outftr@aol.com

Time Trials

Bill Dugan

H - (817) 265-0704 (


Prez Says

by James Shoffit, Maverick Region President

That’s amazing! Another event has come

and gone – it was well organized, well executed,

and the participants enjoyed every minute of it.

Which event am I talking about? All of them!

Every month, Slipstream magically appears

in your mailbox. How does that happen?

Usually 5-10 people write articles. 2-3 people

put together the layout. 1 or 2 people scan in the

photos that 3-4 others take. Then it gets carried to the printer and

back several times. Then someone has to print the labels. And

separate them. And organize the mailbags. Labeling and bagging

take another 2-3 people. Then someone carries them all to the

post office, taking off from work or family to do so.

Events seem to just happen. Slipstream seems to just happen.

How do these things happen? The answer, of course, is volunteers.

I know each of you knows this, but how often do we really

think about it?

Well, now is a good time to think about it! At Founders Day,

I had two people come up and volunteer to help with Maverick

Region events. And at the Happy Hour before that, another kind

soul volunteered his time to the Region. These are great examples

of how the region should (and does) work.

But the time has come to replace even more of the positions

and appointments with some new blood. So we need some more

volunteers. The current openings include: Advertising Chair, Raffle

and Door Prize Chair, Tech Session Chair, Slipstream Distribution

Coordinator, and possibly a few more. If you feel you might have

some time you could give back to the club, please let me know!

If you think you don’t have the time – you aren’t alone. Many

of our volunteers have wives, husbands, kids, dogs, work,

projects, hobbies, and friends outside the club. As a matter of fact,

we all do! And if you think you don’t have the skills – you aren’t

alone! Nobody volunteering instantly knew how to do the position

they volunteered for. It is on-the-job training at its finest.

How much time do these jobs take? Honestly, it varies. Some

just require a little effort a few times a year, others are as often as

once per month or more. Call or email and discuss with me to

determine if any of the time requirements are more than you

have available.

The other members who also enjoy the events will thank

you, I will thank you, and most of all, you will feel great about

helping another event or issue of Slipstream come to fruition.

We have a big year ahead of us and need lots of help; so come

on out, and join the fun!

Email: mayos@imagin.net or

FAX at (817) 267-4939

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Pam’s Page

by Pam Abdalla, Editor

About a year and a half ago Wendy Shoffit

needed a break. She had been the Editor of

Slipstream for two years and was looking for

someone to take over for awhile. Well, let’s be

honest, she was simply looking for someone to

take over. I was recently laid off of my job, and

not looking for another one at the time due to

being pregnant, so I volunteered.

Since then I’ve learned quite alot about Porsche Club,

Maverick Region, and most of all, the beauty of teamwork. You

see, even though I ‘took over’ as editor, Wendy never really let go.

She has been my lifeline in this whole learning curve as

Slipstream editor. Hours of her time were spent advising me on

content; helping me collect information; pestering folks for

articles, ads, and photos; proofreading copy; and otherwise

helping keep the whole process running smoothly. She did all

this without neglecting her additional duties as Communication

Chair and “first lady” of Maverick Region.

Throughout the year I also have spent hours and hours

putting the issues together each month. It is quite a task.

It cannot be done without teamwork, and I was so lucky to

have so many people on my team. Besides Wendy, there is

Kevin Hardison, who spent many late-night hours putting the

final - professional - touches on my finished draft; and Teri Davis,

who’s creative event ads gave the newsletter a polished appeal as

well as saved me countless hours. Others who contributed each

month, such as Tinker Edwards, Lanean Hughes, Andy Mears,

Joel Nannis, and James Shoffit, as well as the “behind the scenes”

folks who sorted, addressed, and mailed the issues, and all those

who contribute articles and photographs deserve a world of

thanks for all their time and effort.

For 2002, Wendy will once again take over as Editor. The

process has been streamlined a bit in order to run more

smoothly and efficiently, but teamwork will continue to be the

most essential ingredient to getting each issue completed. Wendy

will have her hands full, but she will also have a talent pool of

people who are excellent at their jobs as helpers. Next time you

see her, say thanks for all her efforts. I know I will.

Happy Holidays!

Maverick Minutes

by Andy Mears, Maverick Region Secretary

The November Board Meeting got started

at 7:01 with a full house of MRPCA members of

all ages.

First up on the agenda was the report from

the 2002 scheduling committee given by Teri

Davis. With the exception of the 2-day driving

school expected sometime in the spring, all

other planned activities have been set. The dates

and the events for the 2002 schedule will be published on the

Maverick Region web site calendar, so check the website

regularly for the most current information. If you don’t have

access to the web and would like a current copy of what is

published on the web please contact any board member and we

will fax or mail a copy to you.

Next, Lanean Hughes reported on the success of the MR

Charity Autocross. There were over 60 vehicles in attendance. The

proceeds will be donated to the Hope Shelter and Pythian Home.

Lanean also reported on the October Club Race and, based on

this year’s success, Maverick Region has plans in the works for a

2002 Club Race. Lanean and MR extended a big thank you to all

the sponsors, volunteers, and workers who helped make this

event the success that it was.

James Shoffit made a proposal for MR to purchase an

additional set of timing lights for use at club driving events. A

motion was passed to purchase the additional equipment and we

hope to see it in action by the first driving event in 2002. The

additional timing units would provide more flexibility in AX

course design and will work with our existing equipment.

Mimi Spreen reported that the Founders Day schedule is all

set and they are expecting a big turnout. Also, complimentary

pictures will be taken at the event.

On a related note, John and Suzanne Cochran are moving

away from MR and will not be able to fulfill the duties of VP. As

a result, the 2002 nomination committee proposed Eric Erz as a

write-in candidate for V.P. All voting for the 2002 ballot will be

concluded at the Founder’s Day dinner.

The meeting was brought to a close at 9:05. The December

meeting will be on the 6th at the Shoffit's house in Irving. A

special dinner will be served and RSVP’s are requested to

wendy@shoffit.com by the 3rd. All members are welcome.

Maverick Region PCA

Board Meetings are held

once a month.

The meetings are open to

all PCA members and your

suggestions and opinions

are welcome.

And there’s free food!

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Run Whatcha Brung Charity Autocross

by Lanean Hughes

This year’s Charity Autocross was held at Standridge Stadium

on Saturday, October 27th. It was beautiful sunny day and those who

attended saw a fabulous mix of cars from an Formula Atlantic, a

Cobra, an MG, a Legends car, an Austin Healey, a very cute Bug-eye

Sprite, 20+ 914’s, other Porsche designs, a few Corvettes, and even a

truck with a camper. You name it, we had it.

Many thanks to those who participated and those who helped set

it up, including the Shoffits and Cody Sears. Cody and James set up

the course at 1:00 AM, yes, 1:00 A.M. Thanks also to the Mid US

Ramble folks (see article on page 10) for participating. With all the

help and participation, we were able to give $1,432 of charity money

collected to the Hope Shelter and Pythian Home. See you next year!

Christy Sears driving her electric/gas hybrid Prius in her first ever autocross.

Michele DeJong enjoying her Bug-eyed Sprite.

Carey Spreen kept the “Tow Vehicle” class tradition going.

Doug Molny leaning around the pivot cone in his MG.

John Garcia proving that high horsepower cars could safely complete the course.

Mike Valant driving a unique Alfa Romeo Ghulia.

1 34.555 Peter Fehn

2 34.572 John Garcia

3 37.475 Jan Mayo

4 38.010 Ed Mayo

5 38.288 Larry Everett

6 38.833 Cody Sears

7 39.270 Mike Fleischer

8 39.826 Kevin Hardison

9 39.896 Jason Dugan

10 39.983 Charlie Davis

The Top 30 Times

11 40.186 Nancy Dugan

12 40.319 Mark Hanna

13 40.476 Loren Rappaport

14 40.512 John Orr

15 40.599 Chip Rogan

16 40.664 Mike Mueller

17 40.726 David Traylor

18 40.983 Brad Roberts

19 41.057 Mike Valante

20 41.372 Bill Dugan

21 41.572 Fran Ussery

22 41.581 Damon Bottoroff

23 41.816 Pat Steiger

24 41.822 Ed Carlson

25 42.927 Richard Fisher

26 43.157 Dave Darling

27 43.529 Alan Barrilleaux

28 43.539 Hill Bullock

29 43.730 Chris Vanderbilt

30 44.013 Betty Perrine

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The Nissan’s screeching front wheel burnouts had some plugging their ears.

Mike Fliescher’s red Corvette defending the American cars honor.

Normally a 914/6 pilot, John Orr drove his new Toyota MR2 Spyder.

Hill Bullock wowed the crowd in his silver and red Cobra.

Got Any Spare Parts? Trade Them At The . . .

Maverick Region

All Porsche Swap Meet

Saturday, February 9, 2002

8:00 AM - Noon

GTI, German Technology, Inc.

Dan Butts, owner

1118 S. Airport Circle #120

Euless, Texas 76040

817-540-0712

Bring your old parts.

Buy, sell, and trade.

There is no cost to participate, but a

contribution for snacks is appreciated.

For additional info contact:

Vaughan Garrett

972-279-6767 or vlgssp@yahoo.com

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2001 Mid US 914 Ramble

by Charlie Davis

The Mid US 914 Ramble (or MUSR) was born in 1999. It was the

creation of Alan Barrilleaux from Austin. Alan and I jointly started the

914 SIG to have access to the PCA liability policy for the events we

anticipated. Rich and Diane Johnson, who had organized a couple of

similar 914 events (organized under the “914 Renegade Club” banner)

were brought in to advise. Rich is the genius behind the sponsorship for

the Rambles. The name "Ramble" was coined by John Dunkle (master of

the Rennlist) and used with his blessings.

It was abnormally busy because festivities started a little early this

year. Normally, things start on Thursday night, but on Wednesday night a

small group met at Joe T. Garcias Mexican restaurant to pull off a surprise

for one of our favorite couples. Lawrence Bonkoski is a Warrant Officer in

the Army and has been stationed in Egypt for the past 9 months. He came

halfway around the world to attend the Ramble (and see his girlfriend).

Meanwhile, that girlfriend, Pam Schneider, was in the dark about his

plans, but had been tempted down from Des Moines to attend the event

in hopes of finding a set of headers for Lawrence's latest project.

With names like Lawrence Bonkoski and Pamela Schneider, is it any

wonder that we avoid using them? It's a long story, but everybody calls

them "RustBoy" and "ToolWench". These are terms of endearment, in

case that is not obvious. So, RustBoy, Charlie Davis, Dave Darling,

Joe Yoder, Clay Perrine, Rich Johnson and a few others were in cahoots

keeping the truth from Pam, er, the ToolWench.

RustBoy flew from Egypt to North Carolina, pulled his car out of

storage, drove down to Raleigh, picked up Joe (who flew in from Dallas)

and then drove to Dallas. RustBoy got in early and Wes Hildreth helped

him work out a few things on his car so he wouldn’t be distracted later

when Pam flew in. After nine months in storage, the carburetors needed

adjustments and RustBoy had never adjusted the valves (quite a difficult

job on a 914/6 for those of you uninformed Boxster guys. Heck, most of

you have never even SEEN your engines, much less worked on them).

RustBoy now knows how to do both of these. (You Boxster guys need to

join the new Boxster SIG and start having fun like us teeners do. Contact

Lorne Blackman at lorne.blackman@verizon.net. He might even show

you what your engines look like.)

When ToolWench arrived at Joe T’s, she found Charlie and Teri Davis,

Clay and Betty Perrine, and Dave Darling waiting. Another introduction is

necessary here. Dave Darling is the 914 guru who works for Pelican Parts

The “surprise” dinner at Joe T Garcias.

as their problem solver on the Rennlist. He also works for NASA in his

spare time. He lives in Silicon Valley and is the only 914 guy in recent

memory to beat Ed Mayo for overall in the Parade Tech Quiz. Dave is

known as "Damp" Dave Darling (or DD). If you have to ask why the

"Damp" preface, you’ve never driven a 914 in the rain with the top stowed.

Meanwhile, RustBoy was inbound from Joe's house in East Dallas.

Joe gave RustBoy directions to get to Ft. Worth and I handled the route

instructions from Loop 820 to Joe T's. Must have been Joe's part, because

RustBoy was lost, plus the batteries on his cell phone were dead and no

one could find him. He was in the wrong part of town and no one he

asked knew how to get to Joe T's (heathens!). Several margaritas later,

people were getting worried, but hunger prevailed and just as dinner was

served, in stumbled RustBoy, who crept up behind ToolWench and

grabbed her in a bear hug. To say it was a happy reunion would be an

understatement.

The rest of the event went more normally. Thursday’s arrivals

moseyed out past TMS and up the road to Ponder, TX for a load of big

T-bone steaks and baked potatoes, done the way only Ranchman's can.

Friday was time to sign in and get T-shirts and caps and goodie bags,

then sit around and swap stories.After lunch, we spent several hours in the

classroom, studying 914 stuff. We had Jon Lowe, the PCA 914 Tech guru

in for a couple of sessions and DD did one too. Then we had a big panel

discussion about autocrossing. These sessions were very well attended and

everyone learned a lot. Afterwards, we had a tour/rally to dinner. Didn't

A colorful ‘bouquet’ of 914’s in front of the hotel.

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loose a single car. We ended at Lauderdale's on Eagle Mountain Lake for

fajitas. Happy hour was still going and we got happy(er).

Saturday was quite busy too. We got up early and unloaded our

parts (junk?) and cleaned our cars. The cars were displayed in the

reserved parking lot just west of the hotel. There were over 40 of them!

The Swap Meet was in an adjacent patio area.

After the formal pictures, we boogied over to Standridge for the

Autocross. Cody Sears and James Shoffit had been up until 2 am setting

up the course and marking the pylon locations! The course was a good

one. Our Friday seminar on Autocrossing had encouraged several first

timers to enter. Half of the entrants in our "Run Watcha Brung" Charity

Autocross were MUSR 3 participants, most in their teeners. Everyone

loved the AX, in spite of the high $25 fee and only getting 4 runs. Special

thanks to the Shoffits, who didn't run, just worked all afternoon so that

the event would be a success. It was! Even in spite of a 5:30 PM deadline,

having 62 entrants (the biggest "Run Watcha Brung" event in YEARS!),

and an adventurous Corvette, who tested the mettle (metal?) of a pole, we

all got through early and headed back to the hotel.

Prior to the meal, most people took DD's Tech Quiz. It was simpler

this year, but still challenging. Rumor has it that Ed Mayo had been up

all night studying. I guess it worked. He beat Jon Lowe for 1st place

(just barely!), but he was so tired, Jan Mayo spanked him at the AX. Then,

the banquet and trophies for all the winners, plus over $7500 in "door"

prizes! The 3 big ones were entered in a silent auction and the proceeds

(over $2,700!) were donated to a couple of NYC charities.

As if that wasn't enough, we continued on Sunday morning. Clay

Perrine continued DD's electrical seminar and then Mark Wellborn (a

Dupont tech expert) covered about 6-months stuff about paint in an

hour. Whew! He was good!

Did I mention that the weather was fabulous all week? Did I forget

to mention that the hotel (the Marriott Solana) was superb? How about

the good food? Some people even liked the trophies I made(that were

laser engraved by Karen Erz).

This year's MUSR was a huge success. The numbers from this event

are impressive: 86 entrants from all around the country (and Egypt!), 45

cars (and contrary to persistent rumor, all of them ran), $7500 in door

prizes (everyone got something), and $3,400 donated to four charities. It

was put together by a small group of people: Rich and Diane Johnson,

Teri Davis, Cody Sears, Dave Darling, Troy Stansbury, Don Doumecq,

Mike Shannon, Jon Lowe, Richard Fisher, Clay and Betty Perrine, and

Alan Barrilleaux. I helped out a little. Thanks to everyone who helped and

to the great sponsors!

A lot of hard work went into preparing the cars for the show.

Judging the best car from each category was tough.

Who says a 914 can’t haul it’s own race tires to the track?

Dave Darling, who was also on the AX Panel, practicing what he preaches.

Richard Fisher’s Chevy V-8 powered 914 putting power to the ground!

Jan Mayo took top overall honors as the fastest 914 driver of the day

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Maverick’s First TMS Club Race A Huge Success

By Wendy Shoffit, Linda Bambina, and Lanean Hughes

Texas Motor Speedway was "too fast" for CART to race, but not

for PCA Porsches! The Maverick Region Club Race/Drivers'

Education event on October 12-14 attracted enthusiastic drivers from

14 states on a nearly perfect weather weekend outside of the Dallas/Ft.

Worth Metroplex.We had 110 cars (combined Club Race & DE drivers)

and at times over 100 spectators.We fed a total of 270 people at

the Awards Dinner that Saturday evening.

Autobahn Motorcars of Fort Worth provided a beautiful Red

2002 Boxster as a Pace Car, and their customers enjoyed a 20-minute

set with instructors driving their cars on the NASCAR Oval and Road

Course. Many thanks go to the tireless workers, and the strong participation

of our sponsors.

Each day we offered laps around the course at lunchtime for

donations to charity. The Charity Lap on Sunday came "full circle" on

the oval and collected $1,100. The money will be evenly split between

our own club charity, The Hope Shelter, and the Fireman's Fund of

New York, at the suggestion of Brian Barr, a former Maverick member

and current Club Racer.

On Friday night, the CR National Crew and some Maverick

members enjoyed dinner at the Speedway Club and were dazzled with

a fabulous Texas-sized "lightning show!"

For the very first PCA Club Race at the TMS venue, we deemed

it a huge success. The drivers were thrilled with the exciting track and

had a great time. There were lots of promises to be back in 2002, when

Maverick Region will again be hosting another event at TMS on

Memorial Day weekend. Mark your calendars now!

The “full circle” charity lap was enjoyed by all,

even if we weren’t allowed up on the high banks.

Lanean Hughes leading the charity laps in the 2002 Boxster S Pace Car

provided by Autobahn Motorcars of Fort Worth.

Lanean Hughes and Brian Scudder announcing awards

following the Club Race.

Jerry Bush, National Club Race Timing and Scoring Official,

admiring Glen Gatlin Jr.’s Patriotic 914 with Annette Snodgrass.

Former Maverick Brian Barr in his bright blue 911 Club Racer.

Maverick President James Shoffit and Joel Nannis watching the course.

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Club Race

By Dee Lersch

Since I've never considered cars running around an oval to be a

sport, the Club Race was my first event at a national track. Texas Motor

Speedway's size was impressive, much larger than I expected, and I really

appreciated the variations in both terrain and attitude it afforded our

drivers. (Judging from the number of professional drivers and rigs that

showed up to race, so did the racers!) The turns were banked 24 degrees

and the straights were at 5 degrees.

I was both surprised and impressed at the number of out-of-state,

out-of-region, race teams that drove in for the event. Fourteen states in

total were represented, including Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut,

Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico,

Oklahoma, California, Massachusetts, and of course Texas.

Maverick PCA successfully staged a professional quality Club Race

and I was delighted to have been there.

Another former Maverick, Chester Bailey made the trip from Wichita, Kansas.

The Club Racers driving single file through the infield during practice starts.

The practice made for a perfect Enduro start!

The GT2 911 of Houston’s Arthur Murphy displaying national pride!

National PCA Legal Advisor Lee Wilkins back at

full speed after the Charity laps.

Maverick’s Chief DE Instructor, Bryan Henderson attacking the chicane.

Arthur Murphy and Donald Mayer side-by-side through the infield chicane.

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The Club Race: View From The “Tower”

By Tom Snodgrass

As the Steward’s Assistant, preparation consisted of attending

a few pre-race meetings to make sure I knew who was in charge in

each area, and generally how the weekend was being organized.

Having worked with Alan Friedman, the race steward before, I had

a pretty good idea of what his expectations were this time.

The main task of the Steward’s Assistant is to write down all

radio transmissions from the corner worker stations to race control.

The corner workers call in things like cars spinning, 2 wheels

off, or 4 wheels off, contact between cars, and any smells, sounds,

or parts loose or missing on the car. It is amazing what these guys

can diagnose as a car blasts by them at 100 mph! They also call in

when there are foreign objects lying on the track that the racers

wouldn't want to run over. This included cones, car numbers, and

oil. The reason all this is written down is to have a record of what

went on in case there is a dispute later.

The "tower" at TMS is really the lower level suite right above

the start-finish line. It is a fabulous viewpoint of the entire track

and from there, you can see all the action. The majority of the

action occurred at the chicane, which is situated just before the

entry to NASCAR corner 1 and the steep banking. The goal of the

chicane was to slow the cars down. It worked, but it caused several

problems for racers throughout the weekend. The other place for

excitement was at the end of NASCAR corner 1. The cars have to

slow down for a 180 degree turn onto the infield part of the track.

Racers liked to pass at that point and pushed the limits of their cars.

Some went over those limits and ended up off the track.

Timing and scoring were also in the tower. Those in charge

kept Alan Friedman up to date on where we were in the race and

who was winning. They were busy throughout the weekend timing

the practice sessions and qualifying so the racers would know how

fast they were and grid would know how to place the cars.

Announcements were also broadcast from the tower. Bob

Glowacki and Linda Bambina shared the duties of calling racers to

grid, thanking our sponsors, and reminding everybody of the

schedule.

When not in the tower, other Steward’s Assistant duties

included helping find particular racers the Steward wanted to talk

to, and making sure changes he wanted made were communicated

to the right person to make them happen. This is where going to

the pre-race meetings paid off!

All in all, it was a fun weekend. The racing was fast, the food

was very good, it only rained at night, and the camaraderie was

what really made it a memorable event.

Jan Mayo calling car numbers to Alan Bambina for ‘Scoring’.

Getting ready for the Charity Lap.

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Fashion Alert: Wearing White In The Fall Is A Good Thing

By Bill Kasdorf

I think I had a beer in my hand, and probably one already down when

Joe McGlohen approached me during my first Maverick Happy Hour. He

sensed my weakness. Here's a brand new Maverick, trying to connect with

this new group of strangers. He could strike quickly. Me, a corner worker?

Naw, I wanna be a race car driver, like Michael, or Hurley, or Nigel. No one

dreams of becoming a corner worker! "How much time, what's involved,

and when?" I asked, trying to find a reason to not get caught up in this.

"OK, yeah, put me down, I'll do it.”(Well, some day maybe). It was like anything

else, agree face-to-face then get your schedule really full. It's worked

for years on other stuff, like dentist appointments.

As is typical with Joe, he didn't forget. He bribed my wife, Penny, and

I with his (now) famous barbeque in exchange for attending a Flag and

Communication Class. He had apparently worked similar coercion with

others because he had at least a dozen in attendance for his training. OK,

we're trained. We still have time to manage this commitment. Remember,

I wanna be like Michael.

Volunteers? Yeah, Wendy put us down. Club Race? Yeah, we're

"trained". White clothing? It's October - in Dallas! There's nothing out

there, this is fashion-land. Everything white in Dallas is destroyed on Labor

Day. You'll accept light colors? OK Yeah, put us down for the Club Race.

7am on a Saturday? I must admit I got a kick out of telling friends and coworkers

about "working" a car race. Most had no idea this was available and

seemed intrigued by the idea. Being my first time, I really couldn't explain

what I was going to do, so I made some of it up to sound even more important

and exciting.

I found a flaw in Joe's training shortly after arriving at corner 6 with

my fellow workers. I needed to pack enough clothing and "stuff" for three

seasons; hot, cold, and wet. I also don't recall him telling me to bring

earplugs and Mechanix Gloves (for helping push cars that came to "visit"

our corner). I was sure to bring them Sunday.

At 8 in the morning it was windy and cold. But it was really beautiful

to be out in the middle of a quiet racetrack watching the sun come up. The

cold seemed to vanish when the first cars came out on track, as did the

quiet. We rotated duties throughout the day so each could learn all aspects

of working the corner.

Thanks to Joe and Wendy's recruiting skills we had enough people to

have one person available to "float" and secretly watch the cars. Watching

cars on SpeedVision is great, but seeing the difference in driving styles, up

close and personal, is really great. I have a much better understanding of

the things my instructor, Dan Germain, tried to tell me at the last DE. "See

the corner station?", he'd ask every time. "Yeah, so what? I'm looking for my

apex, and turn out, and all cones in general," I thought. Now I understand

why I need to add them to my list of things to do. They (we!) are out there

to add a huge level of safety to this driving thing. Not only do you get to see

examples of a dozen different driving styles, you actually start critiquing

the way each took "your corner."

When the fastest and best drivers were on the track it was the greatest

seat in the house. You could pretty much just tape the Blue Passing flag to

the protection barrier in front of us, because they were all over each other,

passing in places that I didn't think possible, and all right in front of me.

It was all very exciting and educational, and it also gave me an entirely

new perspective of why we joined a group like the Mavericks. It really is

about the people, the cars are a bonus. These workers took their jobs very

seriously. And I was one of them. And when there was a break, walking

around the garages got us "thank you's" from the busy drivers. It was a good

feeling. Everyone in charge of this event went out of their way to make each

of us feel good about helping out. Countless acknowledgements are due,

and great food. But for me it was another of life's experiences, great people,

great cars, and recognition.

I still want to be like Michael, but now I've expanded my interests,

again. I truly enjoyed working the event. Joe and Wendy: Sign me up again!

Joe McGlohen and Brian Scudder on the TMS infield section.

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TMS Club Race Photos

By Kevin Hardison

Jim Buckley and Glen Gatlin fight to be first back on the main straight.

Austin’s Eric Shaffer getting a jump on Glen Gatlin.

Tulsa’s Mark Bullock staying in front of Keith Olcha . . .

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Austin’s Steve Marshal drafting Ed Cullen through turn Three.

Usually the driver who can brake the latest gets to the infield first.

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Several drivers misjudged the stopping powers of their

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TMS Drivers Education Photos

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Kay Liebel, a.k.a., the Goodie Store Lady.

Robert Van Buskirk on the brakes before the entrance to the chicane.

Rick Kassel crosses start finish at the end of a set.

Cody Sears proving that 914’s are not just speed bumps for the larger cars!

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Wade Kolody posing for a photo finish at the line.

Bart Nale had his hard top on his 1999 996 Cabriolet.

Jeff Jones in his red 1988 911 Targa accelerating out of the chicane.

John Sandusky drives through the chicane closely followed by Rocky Johnson.

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Happy Hour At Mondo’s

By Jay Easley

The Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain (co-chair),

Tinker Edwards (chair) & Ben Witry (co-chair)

Chairperson comment:

You have to know

Jay to know his sense of

humor, come to a happy

hour to meet him and

“Bridget” and you will

understand….enjoy the

article and thanks Jay.

The October 25th happy hour at Mondo’s should’ve had an

official title. Steel Cage Death Match IX, perhaps. Or, Conflict on

Concrete. Whatever the title, it had a very bizarre beginning and thoroughly

enjoyable ending. I’m sure you’re all wondering what in the

world I am talking about and just as sure that you know I am going

to tell you.

Bridget and I arrived early for this happy hour since we were just

a short drive away on the Tollway. We pulled in at the same time as

Dennis Chamberlin, parking between his Boxster and a 993 Twin

Turbo. Greetings were exchanged all around and we proceeded

inside. On our way in, we passed two gentlemen (a term I use loosely,

since Tink said I couldn’t use the first five words I came up with

to identify them) who were admiring the row of fine Porsches. As we

passed, one turned to the other and commented,“I can’t believe they

let a 944 park next to those other ones.”

You can imagine my reaction.

I turned and was on the verge of doing something really embarrassing

to the MR PCA when Dennis came to the rescue, took my

arm, and led me inside, cooing calming words in my ear. Once

inside, under the relaxing influence of alcohol, I related my experience

to fellow members, Mike Lockas and James Shoffit. As a potential

944 owner, James was beside himself. Vowing to set the record

straight, he stormed into the parking lot with Mike and I trailing

behind. Our surprise sneak attack worked to perfection. James and

Mike placed a hammer-headlock on each one freeing me to give the

ultimate payback, the super-wedgie. Thus, honor was restored to the

944 marques. We left the miscreants rolling in the parking lot and

returned to the festivities inside.

Mondo’s really prepared a nice spread. There was a fine hors

devours table with jerk chicken, a tasty ceviche, and pizza and nice

bar area with plenty of seating and standing room. Since I missed the

first Mondo’s happy hour last year, I was looking forward to dinner

and dessert this time. I was not disappointed in the least with the

main course. The Steak Gorgonzola was wonderful though not quite

as good as the steak at Stone Trail. Bridget was very happy with her

salad which was much too large and had too much salmon to be

called a mere salad. Alan Lage, who had the misfortune of having to

sit across from me, was very complimentary about the roast horsemeat

sandwich though his wife, Debbie, thought it too gamey for her

taste. Alas, the evening ended rather early when we were presented

with the checks without being asked if we wanted dessert. I guess the

antics of James, Mike and I made a bad impression on someone. No

matter, there’s always a third time for Mondo’s!

Be sure to join us for

our next Happy Hour:

December 20th at 6:30 P.M.

at Carraba’s

See Page 2 for details.

The notorious parking lot.

The “944” Gang:

Doug McCall, Mike Lockas, Jay Easley, and Anastasia Zaruba.

Newlyweds Alan and Debbie Lage getting

congratulations from Doug Molny.

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THANK YOU to the 2001 sponsors and individuals

who have graciously supported the Maverick Region

events throughout this year.

Park Place Porsche

Autobahn Motorcars

The Porsche Store

Royal Purple Synthetic Motor Oil

Soundwerk Car Audio Sales & Service

ZIM's Autotechnik

Nine Eleven Enterprises

UBS/Paine Webber/Glen Gatlin

Bobby Archer's Motorsports

OPM Holdings

Gray Mouser Graphics

Hart Photography

Yokohama Tires

Executive Inn/Mineral Wells

Hampton Inn/Ft. Worth

Baris Italian Cuisine

Tweeks

Mean Green Travel

Ussery Printing

German Technology

Dave & Doris Casey

Mustard Racing

Shoffit Information Solutions

Lee & Linda Wilkins

Maverick members, please remember the above companies when you need

something for that special car. Also, thanks to the individuals who opened their homes

to us or provided other items to help us have a successful 2001.

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If you have any changes that you would like to make to the

MRPCA membership guide, call Joel Nannis at (972) 722-2735

by Joel Nannis, Membership Chair

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513 Cap Rock

Richardson, Tx 75080

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Barry Fromberg

5401 Kinross Drive

Plano, Tx 75093

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Richard & Michelle Gauthier

201 Warbler Court

Bedford, Tx 76021

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Bill & Julie Georgas

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1995 993

Moises Gonzalez & Nelson Vergel

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Dallas, Tx 75287

1997 986

Bryan & Shane Harlan

2298 Crystal Falls

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William Jackson

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2001 996

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Delynden & John Lersch

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Wylie, Tx 75098

2001 986

Kyle Lowe & Mark McLemore

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1994 911

Jim & Alison Mackay

731 Bryson Way

Southlake, Tx 76092

2000 911

William Middleton & Ronald Colbert

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Arlington, Tx 76011

1986 930

Andy & Cindy Miller

4177 Hallmont Drive

Grapevine, Tx 76051

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Christopher & Josh Packand

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Southlake, Tx 76092

1986 944

Brad Pollard

991 Patrician Court

Fairview, Tx 75069

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Ennis, Tx 75120

1987 944

Randy Shafer

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run for 3 issues. Call 972-208-7725 or e-mail ad to pa.abdalla@verizon.net by the 12th to have your ad run the following month. Be certain to include a contact name and phone

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1998 Boxster Arctic silver w/ graphite gray leather, sport pkg, 17” alloys, CD

stereo with rear speaker kit, many interior updates including carbon fiber

trim, leather/aluminum shifter, white gauge faces, stainless steel door stills,

etc. 58K highway miles, all Porsche service records. $30,000. Contact Brad

972-208-1870 or 214-215-6604. (1)

1990 911 C4 Cabriolet White/Black top/Tan leather. 90,500 miles.

See http://www.shoffit.com/ivory/ for all details. Asking $28,000 (neg).

James Shoffit 972-977-9817, james@shoffit.com (1)

1986 911 Carrera Targa Red with black interior, 130K miles. Polished Fuchs

wheels. K and N Filtercharger system. Blaupunkt in-dash CD. Asking $18,500.

Call Brent (W) 903-581-5678 (H) 903-839-3563. (1)

1997 993 Cabriolet White with black top /camel interior. Top recently

replaced. 30,000 mile service completed. 34,000 + miles. Car is completely

unmodified and original. 17" cup wheels mounted with nearly new Potenzas.

Asking $59,500.00. Call Brent (W) 903-581-5678 (H) 903-839-3563. (1)

1999 Toyota Solara SLE White with blue leather, ABS, Very nice/clean,

51,000+ miles, ready to go. Must sell - need new Porsche, $18,350 OBO. Call

Alan Lage, 972-304-8208 or lage@aafes.com (1)

WANTED: 915 transaxle. Late model aluminum housing. Phone: 903-723-2411

Or e-mail: prsch914@flash.net or prsch914@usac.net (1)

1978 911SC Alpine white w/ full brown leather. 83K miles. PW, PM, AC,

sunroof, front and rear factory spoilers. Needs some TLC. $10,000. Steve

214-536-0329. (2)

2000 Boxster S, Triple Black Metallic, Sport Interior, Litronic Headlamps

with washers, sport design interior with DSP, Porsche sport exhaust,

18" Kinesis K28 wheels with custom center caps and 285/30 rear tires,

030 Porsche sport chassis with H&R springs. Dealer maintained, excellent

condition, garage kept, 10,000 miles, $53,000. Dale Scofield 214.693.7600 or

scotexas@yahoo.com. (2)

Misc. Porsche Parts: 993 Porsche-Brembo "Big Black" Brakes, like new!

4 rotors, 4 discs, fresh pads, sensors intact, barely used, $3,500. Factory

Aluminum rear deck lid, factory labels and primer, $700. Fan housing Silver

powder coat $150, call for part number. 11 Blade cooling fan. Red powder

coat with pulley $195.00. 1987 black leather interior carpet, less seats. Parting

out 2.7 litre parts in great shape (except case pulled stud). Misc. other 911

parts Oil line, A/C parts, sway bar, etc. Contact Wade Kolody (972) 304-1159

or wsc16@home.com. E-photos available. (2)

1987 911 Turbo Coupe Guards red/black leather, P Zeros, CD, Radar. Many

other extras. Super clean, 17K miles. $39,000. Charley Poellet 817-236-7466,

cell 817-994-0451, or cd356@aol.com. (2)

1983 911SC 3.0, 6 cyl. Silver w/brown lthr. inter., elect. sunroof & windows,

extremely clean, perfect condition. Documents, records from original 2 owners

in metroplex and L. Rock. Garage kept. Hand painted centers on black fuchs.

6k on tires, 38k total. No room in garage since marriage! $20,000 o.b.o.

Call R. Stacy Corn at 817-329-8551, 817-335-1865 or 817-233-0637 cell. (2)

1985 Porsche 911 Factory Wide Body Coupe 3.2 Liter Fuel Injected. Turbo

suspension, brakes, whale tail. Black/black sun roof, leather power sport seats,

AC. PW, cruise, Kenwood stereo with 100 watt amp and 10 disk CD changer.

3 owners, never wrecked, garage kept. Maintained by H & H Enterprises,

Park Place and The Porsche Store. 89K miles.$24,000. Rodney 972 248-9110

or 972 267-8000 x203 or E-mail rodney@insuranceoneagency.com. (2)

1996 Harley 1200 XLH lightning heads, cams, Supertrapp & more. 2300

miles. $9,500. Charley Poellet 817-236-7466, cell 817-994-0451, or

cd356@aol.com. (2)

1995 968 Cabriolet, White, gray leather interior/top. 6 spd, 17" alloys. Rare

car in great condition. No smoking or racing. Power locks, windows, steering,

and seats. Alarm, cassette, AM/FM stereo, ABS, dual airbags, cruise, A/C, and

new floor mats. Clean! 36K mls. $26,000. VIN #WPOCA2963SS840200.

Ralph 972-788-1030 or Ralph@iebsolutions.com. (3)

1987 930 Cabriolet Guards red with black interior. A rare factory Turbo

Cabriolet loaded with all options. Excellent condition, all original, meticulously

and professionally serviced, all records, never tracked or wrecked,

garaged. New top with new electric top drive components, New tires, brakes.

$35,000 O.B.O. Contact Lane Jeffryes @ 972-497-6815 (wk), 817-721-3283

(cell) or Ljeffryes@aol.com. (3)

1999 Porsche Boxster Deep Ocean Blue, black top, custom black gunmetal

interior, sports seats, windscreen, warranty, 5 speed, sports package, 30K

miles, $37,500. Benjamin Clark, 214-366-1210, ben.r.clark@lmco.com (3)

1995 993 Carrera, Black w/ black/tan leather interior, 3.6 liter, 6 speed, a/c,

power steering, windows and locks, cruise, 6 CD changer, dual air bags, abs,

factory sport seats, sun roof. Added: Kinesis 3 piece wheels, bra, cover, new

Bridgestone Pole position tires (245 and 275 x 17), Eibach sport suspension

(with Progressive rate springs), factory sound and HP upgrade, turbo brake

ducts in nose. 72K miles. A few nicks; otherwise excellent condition, asking

$48,500. Contact: nhodges@hbarchs.com (3)

Slipstream Advertiser Index

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Autobahn Motorcars Pages 14-15 (817) 336-0885

Baris Italian Cuisine Page 18 (940) 325-0333

Bobby Archer’s Motorsports Page 21 (817) 877-1772

Eurowerks Page 27 (972) 733-4907

Executive Inn Page 17 (940) 328-1111

German Technologies Page 17 (817) 540-0712

Glen Gatlin, Jr. Page 23 (214) 965-6102

Gray Mouser Graphics Page 16 (214) 957-8193

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Jerry DeFeo Designs Page 19 (972) 240-5800

Mayo Performance Page 5 (817) 540-4939

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Metro Volkswagen Page 22 (972) 659-9999

911 Enterprises Page 24 (972) 241-2002

Park Place Porsche Page 26 (214) 559-4222

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The Porsche Store I.F.C. (214) 576-1911

Royal Purple (N. Texas Lubr.) Page 24 (972) 241-2011

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