Slipstream - July 2002


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



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Volume 40, July 2002, Issue 7


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

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

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

Because I Said So (Editor’s)..........................................8

Maverick Minutes..........................................................8

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



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

Upcoming Events

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

Happy Hour at Mondo’s ...............................................2

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

Porsche Lunches .............................................................3

Time Trial #4 and Autocross #4....................................3

SCCA Race & Rally ........................................................3

Tech Session at Park Place .............................................6

Lake Retreat Round-Up.................................................7

Houston Exotic Car & Bike Show..............................25

Past Event Recaps

Happy Hour at Ciudad..................................................9

Pecan Pie, Danny, Big Bucks & Roads of E. Texas....10

Club Race 2002.............................................................13

Club Race Sponsors .....................................................17

Park Place Tech Session ...............................................19

Autocross #2..................................................................20

Time Trial #2 & AX #2 Results ...................................21

Dining a la Cars ............................................................23


Trivia Contest..................................................................2

Letter to the Editor .........................................................8

In Memory of Hollis “Whit” Whittenberg................11

Win a New 2002 Boxster S!.........................................23

Mini Tech Tip - Batteries.............................................25

Day July - Events

9 Board Meeting (p. 2)

13-14 Time Trial #4 & Autocross #4 (p. 3)

13-14 SCCA Race & Rally (p. 3)

16 Plano and Bedford Lunches (p. 3)

18 Happy Hour (p. 2)

28-8/3 Porsche Parade in Boise

30 Addison Lunch (p. 3)

Day August - Events

7 Board Meeting (p. 2)

15 Happy Hour (p. 2)

17 Post Parade Dinner Social

20 Plano and Bedford Lunches (p. 3)

24-25 Lake Retreat Round-Up (p. 7)

27 Addison Lunch (p. 3)


Jay Easley,

Bob Bianconi,

Wendy Shoffit,

Dennis Chamberlain,

Kevin Hardison,

Don Breithaupt,

and Doug Molny

Cover Photo

Club Race 2002

Photos by Wendy Shoffit

and Jay Easley

Day September - Events

4 Board Meeting

7-8 Lone Star DE @ TWS

14 Autocross #5 (local)

17 Plano and Bedford Lunches

19 Happy Hour

21-22 DE @ Motorsport Ranch

24 Addison Lunch

Day October - Events

5-6 Time Trial #5 and 6

9 Board Meeting

7-8 Lone Star DE @ TWS

20 Autocross (Local?)

15 Plano and Bedford Lunches

17 Happy Hour

19 Swap Meet

29 Addison Lunch

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2002 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents


Bob Kelley (Shirley)

h- 318-635-2617


Peter Kendig (Cindy)



Stan Wenger (Janelle)

h- 713-467-0453


Brad Bradford (Sandra)

h- 504-835-7874


Bud Thurman (Phyllis)

h- 501-666-7486


Steele Ford (Genie)

h- 405-954-5203


Jan Mayo (Ed)

h- 817-595-4651


John McDermott (Erin)

h- 918-747-6840


Dan Germain

h- 512-426-8695


Ron McAtee (Phyllis)

h- 210-654-6639


James Shoffit (Wendy)



Leslie Morse (Margee)

h- 501-530-1537


James Broussard (Melinda)

h- 225-216-9556


July 18


On Alpha, just East of the Tollway,

north of the Galleria. 5229 Alpha Rd.


Cyril Reif (5)

Howard Lee (3)

Brent Schneider (5), Mark Gluck (4),


Saturday, July 13 Sunday, July 14

Registration Opens

at 7:30 am

Driver’s Meeting

at 9:00 am

SCCA Grand Prix of Texas

July 13-14

Texas Motor Speedway

Solo Competition and Car Show

If you are interested in showing your car,

contact Earl Clemenson

817-280-8230 (work) or

972-394-9859 (home)

Rally to the Race

A 2-hour gimmick rally will get you from

Fuddruckers in Irving (NW corner of Belt Line

and Hwy 183) to TMS, by a route OTHER than

what everyone else is taking.





Saturday, July 13, 9:00 a.m. registration

Fuddruckers at Irving Mall

$20/car, includes a free pass to the race.

A navigator, pencil, clipboard (or

something flat to write on), and your

sense of humor, 'cause we are going to

have fun! For further information, contact

Sasha Lanz at

Race & Rally


2002 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs

Maverick Region President

James Shoffit

W - (972) 506-7449

H - (972) 506-7449

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. 2001 PCA Family of

the Year. He owns a ‘90 911 C4 Cab and a ‘78

911 SC.


Eric Erz

H - (972) 396-2900

122 Estelle Lane

Lucas, TX 75002

Eric has been a member since 1997. He is

active in many types of events. He currently

owns a '72 911E targa, and a '87 Turbo Look



Andy Mears

W - (214) 360-9221

H - (940) 321-8683

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.


Bob Knight

W - (214) 461-1426

H - (214) 349-1108

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

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

704 Bowen Court

Arlington, TX 76012

Joe has been involved in virtually every type of

event that the Maverick Region holds.

Joe was the 2001 Selcer Memorial award winner.

He owns a 912 and a 914 2.0 liter.

Communication - Chair

Wendy Shoffit

H - (972) 506-7449

1112 Santa Fe Trail

Irving, TX 75063

A member since 1997, Wendy is the editor

of Slipstream and has won the Selcer

Memorial Award. 2001 Porsche Club Family

of the Year. She owns a ‘90 911 C4 Cab and

a ‘78 911 SC.

Activities - Chair

Teri Davis

H - (940) 682-4719

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.


Cody Sears

W - (214) 357-7000.

H - (817) 540-1076


Joe McGlohen

W - (817) 366-1678

H - (817) 861-2792

Managing Newsletter Editor

Wendy Shoffit

H - (972) 506-7449

Goodie Store

Dee & John Lersch

W - (214) 697-3291

Time Trials

Bill Dugan

H - (817) 265-0704 (

Prez Says

by James Shoffit, Maverick Region President

The Memorial Day Weekend Club Race

was a magnificent success! This year’s

race went even smoother than last

year’s, and everyone I spoke to attested to

what a great event it was.

This was my first time to drive Texas Motor

Speedway in a DE. I cannot begin to describe

what a thrill it was! Three days of track time

meant that I could learn at my own pace (slow) and gradually

build up speed over the weekend. The Porsche Store, our premier

sponsor, as well as the many other sponsors (see page 17 for list)

gave us excellent support in every facet of the event.

In the mean time, come on out to an event! We have an

autocross, a time trial, a happy hour at Mondo’s in Addison,

and three Porsche lunches in July. In addition to our Porsche

lunches in Addison on the July 30th and in Plano on July 16th,

we will also continue our new habit of having a lunch in

Bedford on July 16th. It will again be at the Good Eats on the

Southeast corner of Bedford Road and 183, starting at 11:30 or

so. Please RSVP to me at if you plan to

attend the Bedford lunch. We had two new members (Brant

and Byron Fry) as well as Mark Gluck and Steve Kent show up

for the last one. We had a great time, but had plenty of room

for others!

So, come on out, and join the fun!

...could learn at my own pace (slow) . . .

But the real story of the event was the people – not just the

organizers, but the dozens of volunteers that stepped forward

and helped us out. We were overjoyed to see how many people

pitched in, and truly appreciated all their effort. This contributed

greatly to the overall success of the event.

Which brings me to the next topic – Parade 2004. Since

Maverick Region is hosting Parade in 2004, we are going to

need even more volunteers than we had for the TMS Club

Race! It will be a monumental effort that we have already

started organizing. It will take us the full two years to get ready

for it, so please start thinking about ways you might like to

help. We will be making more specific requests as we figure

out exactly how things will work, and will inform you of our

progress every step of the way.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

James on track at TMS



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Because I Said So

by Wendy Shoffit, Editor

I’m speechless...Well, okay...maybe not completely

speechless (as hell has yet to freeze

over)! I have so many wonderful articles

sitting on my desk that I cannot possibly fit

them all in to this month’s issue. I am so grateful

to have all of you thinking about writing articles

(and doing so) without any prompting from

me. I wish I could double this issue to include

everything, but unfortunately that’s not in the budget. So, if

you’ve written something for me and don’t see it in this issue,

don’t despair. I solemnly promise to get them in within the next

few months! As for the rest of you budding columnists, don’t let

this discourage you from putting your thoughts down on paper.

The fall and winter months sometimes get a bit on the lean side

and I don’t want to longingly remember the “good ole days.” Keep

them coming and thanks so much!

Now for some exciting news...we’ve been talking about it all

year and it’s finally here. Late this month we will be leaving for the

Porsche Parade in Boise. There are nearly 30 Maverick Region

members attending, most of whom will be driving. As always,

Parade promises to be a spectacular event. While in Boise, we will

be officially presenting our Parade 2004 bid and proposal. We’ve

already had several meetings regarding the ‘04 event and things

are humming right along. If you want to get involved, contact me

and I’ll help you get to the right person. In the meantime, for

those of us trekking to Boise, Taxi Breithaupt has come up with a

suggestion on how we can do our very own salute to Idaho. She

Maverick Minutes

by Andy Mears, Secretary

The meeting was called to order just after

7:00 PM.

First piece of business a motion was

passed to purchase more inventory for the

Goodie Store. Sales have been good and need

to replace what’s been sold. Next, Dennis

Chamberlin discussed the rotation of Happy

Hour location as well as other factors influencing Happy Hour.

He also shared some membership demographics based on

where everyone lives.

Joe McGlohen put forth a recommendation for the

Maverick Region to purchase additional radios as well as

compatible headsets. A motion was passed to purchase 5 radios

and 10 headsets.

After much discussion, a motion was passed to extend use

of the Internet PayPal to other venues. The goal is to offer the

service to anyone that wishes to pay for events using PayPal and

the club would only charge additional fees to cover the cost of

the service. As always, members may continue to pay for events

by cash or check.

has suggested we

all make “potato

hats.” We’ve mentioned

it before,

but now she has a

concrete photo of

what one can look

like (see right).

Just how does she

come up with this


Good luck to all the Mavericks attending Parade. I hope we

will all end up with a plethora of trophies to show how great our

region is!

Dear Jan [Mayo],

I would like to thank you for the regular forwarding

of “Slipstream.” I still have my 1988 911, but unfortunately

it is not with me here in Greece. I do however have

the opportunity to derive my joy from it on my periodic

visits to Dallas, which keep me in touch with “home.”

Best regards,

Peter A. Alivizatos, M.D. (Athens, Greece)

Jimmy Carter and Eric Erz reported on their multi-region

concours meeting in Austin and plans are in the works for

a Zone 5 Concours to be held October 19 in Austin and

sponsored by Hill Country Region.

Teri Davis updated us on the plans for the Maverick Region

summer retreat. The location will be “The Cliffs” on Possum

Kingdom Lake the weekend of August 23,24,25. For information

or room reservations contact Teri.

Meeting closed at 8:40 PM. Remember to check the

Maverick website for the most current news and event schedules.

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!


Happy Hour At Ciudad

By Stacy Waters

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain,

Dee Lersch, and Mark Gluck

For me, one of the highlights of

this month’s Happy Hour

came in the form of a single

statement made by Mark Gluck.

Carrying on small talk as one does

at the beginning of Happy Hour, I

asked Mark why Ciudad was selected

for this month’s event. Mark said

the idea was to create a giant smiley

face pattern across the DFW Metroplex. Okay – good enough. I

like a person with a different sense of humor and therefore Mark

and I get along pretty well.

really learn so much from other members about the different

events such as Autocross, Club Races, Driver Education, Time

Trials, and Tours.

The July Happy Hour will be at Mondo’s, one block north of

the Galleria. I plan to be there for sure. By the way, that is the

left eye of the smiley face!

...learned how to properly pronounce

the vehicle’s name . . .

This initial exchange set the tone for the evening. I met

more unique personalities on this one outing than in all of my

Happy Hours combined – and it proved to be one of the most

exciting events I have attended. The crowd (about 30 large) was

a great mix of all types and the bar staff was almost too generous

with their pour. Do you think that might have had a little something

to do with the fun factor?

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Michelle & Ben Hartsell with Chris & Craig Smith.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Brenda Chamberlain, Stacey Waters, and Tinker Edwards

The Mexico City-style cuisine was sophisticated and delicious

with a variety of dishes that seemed to please most.

Being a “newbie” to the club, I feel more and more welcome

with each event. My husband insisted that I attend the first

Happy Hour with him a few months ago. I really dreaded it. I

mean, how in the world could I spend a night talking about

Porsches? I just learned how to properly pronounce the vehicle’s

name for goodness sake! But the most pleasant thing happened

on the first Happy Hour night. I made several new friends and

there was no pressure to name every Porsche model. More

importantly, I was spending time with genuinely friendly people

with a variety of interesting stories and Porsche advice. From

then on, I have not missed a Happy Hour. If you haven’t been to

one, I encourage you to do so. It’s quite simply one of the best

ways to become familiar and comfortable with MRPCA. You can

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Doug Molny and Monda Degan

The girls posing for a shot.


Pecan Pie, Danny, Big Bucks & Roads of East Texas

By Bob Bianconi

Once again Tourmeister Ted Glover and wife Bonnie have

served the region well. Ted and Bonnie hosted a two-day

tour through the back roads of East Texas with a short

excursion into Louisiana. The tour started bright and early

Saturday morning, May 18th. This is our third tour with

Maverick and we were looking forward to seeing parts of Texas

we would most likely never have found on our own. We were not

to be disappointed.

promptly at 8 AM and we were treated to lush green fields, tall

trees and hardly a car in sight except for the line of Porsches

stretching out in front. How does Ted find these roads, we kept

asking ourselves. All too quick it was lunch time and we were

pulling into Nacogdoches and the Clear Springs Restaurant. At

lunch, it some how slipped that Jo-Ann and I have been in Texas

almost 3 years and I haven’t yet had chicken-fried steak or Pecan

Pie. This nasty slip would later come back to haunt me.

Photo by Bob Bianconi

The hills were nice.

. . . would later come back to

haunt me . . .

Following a group photo at the train station, we were back in

our cars heading towards Louisiana. Jo-Ann wanted to know if

we were heading towards a Shreveport casino to which we all kept

telling her no! So from that point on, every stop had to include a

gas station with a Lotto machine for her chance at the big bucks.

Into Louisiana we went, stopping for gas way out in the

boonies. While we were stopped, Brian in the yellow Boxster

whips out the windex and proceeds to wipe down his car (well,

ok, just the front). I guess he wants to keep it REALLY clean;

hmmmm, maybe a future concours chairman?

Photo by Bob Bianconi

Twelve cars showed up for the tour. Leading the pack was Ted

in his turbo carrera followed by a pair of 944’s driven by Doug

Macall and Jay Easley. There was a 928 piloted by Jim Mayzurk.

The 928, I believe, was voted the best sounding car on the tour –

nothing like the low growl of a V-8. There were three 911’s

(excluding Ted’s): Arnold and Jessie Stout, Andy Miller, and Chris

Smith and her son Craig. Andy was driving a brand new C4 Cab;

not to be out done, Leon Frenkel was also driving his new car – a

spanking new 911 turbo. Rounding out the pack were three of the

best Porsches (ok, I’m severely biased, so shoot me); a silver “S”

driven by Jim and Margie Chadwick, a pastel yellow Boxster

driven by Brian “I have the cleanest car” Guitard and wife Terrie;

and my own Boxster. Caboose on the Porsche train was

Webmaster, Mike Oakes, in his BMW M3 roadster.

Spectacular roads and scenery were complimented by

spectacular weather. It was 72 degrees and sunny. We headed east

What a motley crew.

Photo by Jay Easley

In front of the train station.

As we were taking our break, a young Louisianan stopped by

in his pickup truck and was admiring our cars. He said that he

had a bunch of Porsches at home. We all thought, yeah right;

remember this was way, way out in the middle of nowhere. Well

no sooner did the young fellow, Danny, leave, when he returns

driving an arctic silver 996. Needless to say, we all had a good

laugh. Never know where you’re gonna find them thar porches.

Next up was Natchitoches, La. a quaint little town along the

Cane River. Talk about picturesque. If you haven’t been there, put

it on your “to do” list. Lots of shops and restaurants and a nice

riverfront. And as they say, getting there is half the fun…

By late afternoon the crowd was getting hungry so it was

off to the Mariner’s restaurant just outside Natchitoches

(pronounced nak-a-tish). It was right on the water and seemed

like the perfect end to a great day of driving with new friends. We


were all full after our meal (at least I was) when a mysterious

piece of pecan pie showed up in front of me. Well, I have to say

that, yes indeed, it was good. Thanks to all at the ‘other table’ who

made sure I tried something new. I was worried the rest of the

weekend that a chicken fried steak might show up; but luckily

we’ll put that one off until the fall tour… It was an hour’s drive

back to the Texas side and Nacogdoches and we were all pretty

much beat from the day’s drive.

Sunday we were back on the road for more scenic roads,

twisties and rolling hills. We drove though parts of Davey

Crockett National Forrest and then finished out the tour with

lunch in Palestine. From there it was back through Athens and

home. All in all, it was a great weekend. Thanks, Ted and Bonnie.

Photo by Bob Bianconi

The quaint town of Natchitoches.

Photo by Bob Bianconi

Photo by Bob Bianconi’s camera

Brian washing his car AGAIN!

Bob Biancon’s first pecan pie...looks delicious!


Hollis “Whit” Whittenberg

July 7, 1918 - June 1, 2002

God saw you getting tired

And a cure was not to be.

So he put his arms around you

And whispered, “come to me.”

With tearful eyes we watched you,

And saw you pass away.

And though we loved you dearly,

We could not make you stay.

A golden heart stopped beating, Hard working

hands were put to rest.

God broke our hearts to prove to us

He only takes the best.

Our prayers go out to the

Ussery family for strength and

comfort as they mourn the loss

of Fran’s father.

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The Awesome Club Race

By Wendy Shoffit

What do you get when you mix 60 Club Racers, 60 Drivers’

Education participants, 15 concours cars, over 60 volunteers, and

great sponsors? Just about the best club race EVER!

Maverick Region was the host of the Memorial Weekend 2002

Club Race and DE at Texas Motor Speedway (TMS). Hill Country

Region’s David Gross says about the facility, “I'd never been to TMS

and at first sight I was overwhelmed! Hey, I'm used to TWS or MSR

- this place was like Enron Field er... I mean Astros Field... crossed

with the Talladega Speedway. Everything was so new and shiny!

The bleachers for 250,000 of your closest friends; the Speedway

Club restaurant with valet parking and a view of the track; the

condos and luxury skyboxes; the heliport that will accommodate 50

or so helicopters! The magnitude and the opulence of the place

were amazing!”

The new start location was great for the drivers . . . but required a little balance.

The gates opened at TMS late Friday afternoon, allowing for

early registration, a chalk talk session, and the orientation meeting.

Registration and tech seemed to go smoothly and most people

seemed to appreciate a good beginning. The drivers who attended

the chalk talk were treated to an in-car video presentation of the

track and were happy they were there. All 5 (yes, there were only 5)

rookie drivers who were supposed to be there participated in the

orientation meeting, so no one needed a hand slapping.

The driving festivities got underway a little late on Saturday

morning, May 24th. The racers were divided into two groups, the

“Smiley Faces” and the “Stars” while the DE’ers were the “Frogs”

and the “Chili Peppers.” Who else but the Mavericks would think of

such names?The 25 minute sessions were shortened a small amount

on Saturday to make up for the lost time in the morning. There

were bound to be a few small “hiccups,” most of which were invisible

to everyone else. We were relieved!

Even the chicane, which was a sore spot from last year’s race,

was improved. As John Crosby writes, “The infamous chicane from

last year was replaced with three bundles of tires which resembled

a big slalom. It was still one car at a time, but the last tire stack was

offset about 25’, thereby opening up the exit. Pylons were stacked in

front and on the sides to make the chicane more visible. It was

aligned so that cars had an escape route on either side if they

came in too hot. It allowed entry speeds of about 60 mph with a

gradually accelerating exit. There was only one minor incident

caused by the chicane when the tire bundle was side swiped.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

The concours cars at attention and available for inspection!

Missing the chicane was an automatic black flag and a stop and go

penalty. The drivers tested the limits of the chicane during the first

couple of practice sessions and there were numerous black flags.

During the races however there were only one or two stop and go

penalties. Race starts were done on the infield straight, thus alleviating

the congestion into the chicane on the race starts. The flagging

crews were very accommodating and this worked very well.”

The weather on Saturday and Sunday couldn’t have been better.

The DE sessions went very smoothly as well as the Club Race

practices, qualifying sessions, and races (fun and sprint). There

were a few minor driving incidents all weekend, including one

regarding the chicane, but none were very serious. (Of course, that

is from an event organizer’s standpoint…I’m sure the drivers

weren’t very happy about it!)

On Sunday, not only was there racing to watch, but concours

chairman Jimmy Carter held a casual concours event out at the

track. There were 15+ cars on display. After the sprint race was

...not even a single close call.

Amazing . . .

finished, 6-8 race cars even joined the show and shine event. A

group of young boys from one of our sponsors, Enviroshine,

worked diligently to make those race cars shine (for that event and

all weekend)! It was quite a site to see. Maverick Member, Karen

Erz, created beautiful plaques for the concours winners.

Sunday evening’s dinner at the track was absolutely delicious,

despite warmer than usual temperatures in the infield café. We had

been battling the broken air conditioner all weekend and it was

unfortunate the track staff couldn’t get it working for the awards

Nancy Dugan & Annette Snodgrass desperately trying

to pass out the last of the Rice Krispy treats.


Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Bob Benson getting a group of DE’ers ready to head out for their next run.

dinner. In spite of the heat, everyone seemed to have a very good

time. In addition to announcing the class winners, several special

awards were presented that night:

Best Prepared Car – David Gross

Best Rookie – Scott Orr

Best Novice- Wally Ruiz

Best Braking – Glen Gatlin

Northstar Motorsports Award – Wally Ruiz

Worker Choice –

Richard Wilkenfeld (Smiley Faces)

Glen Gatlin (Stars)

The only bad weather we had was on Monday when rain

loomed in the distance and finally fell at lunchtime and continued

into the afternoon, during the scheduled enduro race. About the

race, John Crosby wrote, “The enduro groups were already quite

small and with a number of drivers indicating that they were not

planning to race in the rain, the enduro groups were combined. This

was discussed at the driver’s meeting and there were no objections.

Even though these groups had no practice time together and were

Bryan Henderson running with full lights and wipers in the rainy enduro.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

racing in the rain on one of the fastest tracks in the country, there

was not even a single close call. Amazing.”

Corner (#7) worker, Darron Shaffer mentioned in an email

that not only were the Club Racers clean, but also during the DE

run session in the rain there were *NO* flags thrown the entire time

(except for a few passing flags). Everyone seemed to be behaving

themselves nicely.

Monday finished with a short awards presentation and happy

hour. The grins from the racers and DE drivers went from ear to

ear. Apparently racing in the rain is extremely exciting! Just ask

someone watching the race about the “puddle pass” by Jim Buckley.

Better yet, ask Jim about it! I’m sure he’d love to tell you.

Worker Choice Enduro Awards:

Jim Buckley (Stars)

William Lloyd (Smiley Faces)

Wayne Brown holding off Jeff Hamill in the “One at a time, please” chicane.

Crosby summed the weekend up: “Another terrific event hosted

by Maverick Region. The track operations, corner workers, and

the region volunteers were all outstanding. The hospitality presented

by the region was second to none. Every detail was attended

to in advance from the 996 turbo pace car to the pit stop timing

crew. There is nothing negative to report and there is very little that

could be improved upon.

Noteworthy performances were presented by Event Chair Glen

Gatlin, Registrar Wendy Shoffit, Hospitality and Sponsorship Chair

Lanean Hughes, Corner Worker Coordinator Joe McGlohen, and

Steward’s Assistant Tom Snodgrass. There were obviously many

others that also contributed.”

Thanks also go to John Crosby (national club race chairman &

race steward), Donna Amico & Dick Dobson (Scrutineers), Deni

Knight (timing & scoring), Bryan Henderson (race consultant),

Dan Ruehs & Bill Dugan (tech inspection), Bob Benson (grid),

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Photo by Kevin Hardison

Nancy Dugan (volunteer workers), Wayne Brown (medical), Bob

Knight (financial advisor), Keith Olcha (DE), John Sandusky (DE),

Ray Luedecke (DE), Joel Nannis (parking), Linda Bambina and Al

Stickley for announcements, Fred Seipp (chicane consultant), Alan

Bambina and Bob Glowacki (timing & scoring), and Kevin

Hardison (printed program assistance).

Many thanks go to the Porsche Store for being such a fantastic

premier sponsor. Without their support and the support of the rest

of our sponsors, we could not have put on the event. We look forward

to working with you all again next year!

Here are some other comments regarding the weekend:

The club racers were amazing with a GT-3 running around 170

MPH and blowing through the chicane at around 70 MPH! It was

a beautiful site. Porsches everywhere, it was easy to get bitten, I

hope to club race in the future. You just can't go out and not want

to participate. All the volunteers did a superb job, no complaints

about anything. – Doug Molny (DE #179)

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Kay Liebel prepping her C4S for another DE session.

It was one the best of the year for me... you guys are great! -

John Crosby

Congrats to all of you for a great event -- the support and the

hospitality are unmatched anywhere. - Donna Amico, Chief Race


I had a great time at Maverick's club race. It was an experience

I waited ALL my whole life for and will never forget. The people

were really wonderful and helpful. - Frank Hinds (Club Racer #264)

The Maverick folks were out in great numbers and were so well

organized that the event went without disruption and I honestly

don't know how a volunteer organization can do so much with so

many so well but it made for a wonderful experience in which I am

delighted to have been included. I am looking forward to the next

one. - Scott Orr (Club Racer #61)

Kevin Procaccino catching some air in the infield.

I just wanted to drop you a quick note and say thanks for

everything this weekend. You guys did a great job. From the grid

workers to the corner workers to the hospitality and award ceremony,

it was first rate! I was proud to be a sponsor but even more

proud to be a racer from the Maverick Region! - Kevin Procaccino

(Club Racer #419)

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I also would like to reiterate the many thanks to all the sponsors,

organizers, volunteers and corner workers. TMS is a great

facility and I had a blast. The corner workers did an awesome job

out there in that heat & humidity (few corner stations were without

shade). - Noby Takahashi (DE #257)

Photo by Kevin Hardison

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May Tech Session at Park Place

By Doug Molny

The service and parts department at Park Place Porsche

made this event very special. We arrived around 8:30

AM Saturday May 11th to donuts, orange juice, and

coffee. Once the parts department opened they handed out

GT-2 T-Shirts, Porsche hats and key chains, This was an unexpected


About 7 Maverick members show up and we immediately

proceeded to install 2 Corbeau racing seats in my 1979 911SC.

We determined that new holes had to be drilled into the seat

mounts to accommodate larger bolts to hold down the seat

brackets. This worked just fine thanks to Jimmy Hayes’ suggestions.

Upon completion I placed my helmet on my head and

sat down only to find my head sticking out of the sunroof! It

was obvious that the seat pads were too thick and had to be cut

down. We decided to wait to do that on the following Monday.

We then moved on to installing the Pagid Orange brake

pads which only took a few minutes. There were several of us

who have never done this before and wanted to learn how. We

were amazed how easy it is.

Photo by Doug Molny

The alignment machine.

minutes. My front and rear end are displayed in the pictures

shown in this article. We learned that in just 6-months

my alignment had changed significantly enough that these

adjustments will be crucial to the cars ability to handle and

corner correctly.

. . . only to find my head sticking out

of the sunroof . .

Photo by Doug Molny

The race seats waiting to be installed.

Also available were corner weight scales which are placed

under each wheel to check the load each wheel carries. The

result is the ability to adjust the weight each wheel carries to

the ground which effects the car diagonally as one wheel may

be lighter and would effect the corner entry, exit and braking.

This adjustment is available to everyone and I would suggest

this at least twice a year. Thanks again to Park Place Porsche

for hosting this tech session we look forward to the next one.

We then moved into another building for the Hunter

Alignment Machine which is had digital cameras and targets

for precise alignment. This is a computerized piece of equipment

that measures the cross camber, caster and toe-in for the

front and rear suspension, it produces measurements in a

digital format down to minutes which 1 degree would equal 60

Photo by Doug Molny

Photo by Doug Molny

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Autocross # 2 - Mineral Wells

By Noby Takahashi

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Quite a few Mavericks (and non-Mavs) wandered out to

Mineral Wells again for the second Time Trial/Autocross

weekend of the season. There was a very large turnout on

Saturday for the Time Trial on Course #2. Because SCCA had their

Regional AX at TMS on Sunday, we only had 2 non-Porsches for a

well-designed course by Kevin Hardison.

Anastasia Zaruba getting into the swing of it.

Saturday morning started off with a slight mist/drizzle. At

least it wasn’t a hailstorm like we encountered at the last event! I

had a chance to check out some of the ‘changes’ to Corner 2 while

taking out a Honda S2000 driver to show him the course. Few small

potholes and loads of gravel required some adjustments to the line.

A few of us stayed around to help Cody and Kevin set up the

autocross course. At first, we were a bit mystified in the back of the

truck with the course; we all thought that Kevin had finally lost it!

After driving the course a few times on Saturday night, I knew that

it was going to be a blast on Sunday! But even before we got started

on Sunday morning, there were a few problems. A huge storm

rolled through on Saturday night, knocking over the Porta-Potties

(Fran the Windex Lady, thank you for cleaning them), the timing

trailer off its jacks, and most of the cones on the course. Yikes! Just

minor obstacles, we managed to start the event with minimal delay.

...thought that Kevin had finally lost it...

I think everyone enjoyed Kevin’s course, there was lots of

positive feedback. I even beat the Cockroach (granted it wasn’t Ed’s

times). That guy in the black SC (with cheater tires?) sent me off to

the cleaners on this day. Wendy had some awesome times over the

weekend and her screams of joy could be heard over in Cool.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

If you’re gonna hit a cone, do it RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE!

(Wendy Shoffit)

Check out the wing on Carl Amond’s 914!

Not sure what happened, but I managed to drop over 6

seconds from last year and almost beat ‘Too Damn Fast’ Chuck

Machala. Chuck showed up with his brand new Kumho Victoracers

and I tried to give him some ‘friendly’ advice on tire pressure

(“Chuck, I think you want to start them at 38F/40R cold!”). For

some reason, he didn’t heed my words of wisdom. At least I didn’t

let some guy in a black SC beat me!

Thank you James, Wendy, Cody, Kevin, Mr. Nancy Dugan, Ed

and all the others that helped make this another awesome weekend

out in Mineral Wells.

With everything else that is going on, the next event won’t be

until end of June. Be warned, I’m scheduled to design the autocross

course. I’ll be trying to come up with some remote-controlled

cones to fly out in front of ‘Too Damn Fast’ Chuck (or I’ll pay off

the corner workers to pull the fishing line taped to the cones….).

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

New Autocrosser Colin Graidage having a ball.

Noby figuring out the mystical “counterclock wise in - clockwise out” spiral.


Time Trial #2 Results

Class Car # Name Car Time Plc Pts.

Class 2

1 Sears, Cody Red 914 86.986 1 9

26 Bailey, Ron Blue 914 95.751 2 7

Class 2L

16 Ussery, Fran Silver 914 88.762 1 9

Class 3

31 Lockas, Mike White 944 87.775 1 9

666 Easley, Jay Blue 944 96.503 2 7

Class 3L

137 Zaruba, Anastasia Blue 944 104.596 1 9

Class 4

332 Baker, David White 911 T 88.829 1 9

21 Halla, John Tangerine 911E 89.578 2 7

Class 5

64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 85.573 1 9

Class 5L

89 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 87.775 1 9 *L

Class 6

311 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 84.869 1 9

68 Lage, Alan Black 968 87.681 2 7

161 Randall, Rick Black 911 Carerra 89.872 3 5

58 Gage, Dan Red 944 Turbo 90.774 4 4

Class S6

76 Miller, Bill Black 911 Coupe 89.063 1 9

62 Boone, Rick Maroon 944 Turbo91.028 2 7

750 Graidage, Colin Red 911 Targa 91.218 3 5

Class 7

257 Takahashi, Noby Silver Boxster S 85.126 1 9

Class S7

619 Johnson, Rocky Silver Boxster S 89.511 1 9

Class 8

99 Steele, Mark Red 993 82.801 1 9

80 Abdalla, George Black 993 C2 83.360 2 7

Class 8L

9 Steele, Lisa Red 993 88.673 1 9

Class 10

111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 88.330 1 9

Class 13

242 Shaffer, Darron Wmb Green Boxster S 91.730 1 9

140 Binek, Darwin Red 911 Carrera 92.298 2 7

224 Shaffer, Ted Wmb Green Boxster S 93.276 3 5

Class 13L

104 Binek, Kelly Red 911 Carrera 95.785 1 9

Class 14

88 Dugan, Jason Green 914 Grn 87.199 1 9

48 Dugan, Bill Green 914 Grn 91.003 2 7

Class 15

5 Mayo, Ed Black 914 (Ckrch) 80.677 1 9 *

81 Amond, Chris White 914 84.900 2 7

181 Amond, Carl White 914 86.083 3 5

Class OA

10 Palmer, Bob Silver Corvette 81.405 1

Class OG

510 Chadwick, Jim Silver Audi TT 96.856 1

Class OGL

1510 Chadwick, Marjory Silver Audi TT 103.045 1

Class OJ

186 Williams, Mitch Red 240Z 85.171 1

17 Wilson, Jerry White Civic 90.335 2

148 Balachandra, Sanjeeva Yellow S2000 90.777 3

74 Garner, Gabby White WRX 91.503 4

123 Gosler, Grant Silver Miata 98.067 5

Class DD

45 Gabriel, Simon Silver 996 95.824

116 Bridges, Michael White Camaro Z-28 95.870

Top Time Of Day Men : Mayo, Ed Class 15 Time 80.677

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Shoffit, Wendy Class 5L Time 87.775

Autocross #2 Results

Class Car # Name Car Time Plc Pts.

Class 2

1 Sears, Cody Red 914 91.036 1 9

37 Davis, Charlie Green 914 94.567 2 7

26 Bailey, Ron Blue 914 99.736 3 5

Class 2L

16 Ussery, Fran Silver 914 96.465 1 9

91 Dugan, Nancy Silver 914 98.991 2 7

Class 3

31 Lockas, Mike White 944 95.571 1 9

666 Easley, Jay Blue 944 102.927 2 7

Class 3L

137 Zaruba, Anastasia Blue 944 112.444 1 9

Class 4

332 Baker, David White 911 T 94.745 1 9

54 Sutton, Jerry Red 911T 98.858 2 7

Class 4L

45 Sutton, Myra Red 911T 97.879 1 9

Class 5

64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 92.486 1 9

Class 5L

89 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 94.697 1 9

Class 6

311 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 91.408 1 9

161 Randall, Rick Black 911 Carerra 96.635 2 7

3111 Machala, Charles Silver Boxster 96.818 3 5

34 Todd, Richard White 944 Turbo 96.832 4 4

Class S6

76 Miller, Bill Black 911 Coupe 96.570 1 9

750 Graidage, Colin Red 911 Targa 102.216 2 7

Class 7

257 Takahashi, Noby Silver Boxster S 94.268 1 9

Class S7

619 Johnson, Rocky Silver Boxster S 100.319 1 9

Class 8

99 Steele, Mark Red 993 91.827 1 9

Class 8L

9 Steele, Lisa Red 993 97.407 1 9

Class 10

111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 92.661 1 9

Class 13

242 Shaffer, Darron Wmb Green Boxster S 99.672 1 9

224 Shaffer, Ted Wmb Green Boxster S 99.856 2 7

140 Binek, Darwin Red 911 Carrera 103.088 3 5

Class 13L

104 Binek, Kelly Red 911 Carrera 103.987 1 9

Class 15

5 Mayo, Ed Black 914 (Ckrch) 89.682 1 9

81 Amond, Chris White 914 94.294 2 7

181 Amond, Carl White 914 97.925 3 5

48 Dugan, Bill Black 914 (Ckrch) 99.437 4 4

Class OJ

7 Wilson, Jerry White Civic 98.113 1

77 Partridge, Roger White Civic 98.809 2

15 Johnson, Marc Green Miata 99.025 3

Class DD

176 Miller, Grant Black 911 Coupe 102.156

Top Time Of Day Men : Mayo, Ed Class 15 Time 89.682

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Shoffit, Wendy Class 5L Time 94.697

Time Trial - Top 10 Autocross - Top 10

Mayo Ed 80.677

Palmer Bob 81.405

Steele Mark 82.801

Abdalla George 83.36

Machala Chuck 84.869

Amond Chris 84.9

Takahashi Noby 85.126

Williams Mitch 85.171

Shoffit James 85.573

Amond Carl 86.083

Mayo Ed 89.682

Sears Cody 91.036

Machala Chuck 91.408

Steele Mark 91.827

Shoffit James 92.486

Hardison Kevin 92.661

Takahashi Noby 94.268

Amond Chris 94.294

Davis Charlie 94.567

Shoffit Wendy 94.697


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Prior to May 16th, my experience of Mayo Performance had

been to pull up outside to drop off or pick up Cody when our

914 has been in for repairs or improvements. After a recent

repair stint lasting several weeks, I figured it was about time I

checked out our 914’s home away from home. The annual May at

Mayo’s dinner seemed the perfect opportunity.

you can get involved. As we digested (BBQ and Parade info), we

headed outdoors to get a last look at all the assembled cars. Pretty

soon, the rumble of Richard Fisher’s Chevy V8 engine (in a 914 no

less!) drew a crowd in the driveway. But before long, the mosquitoes

and Cody’s weariness from a day of driving won out, and we

called it a night.

Many thanks to the following for a great evening: Ed Mayo

for all his hard work in getting the shop ready for visitors, Ussery

Printing for co-sponsoring the event (supplying all the table decorations

and sidewalk chalk for the kids), and Eric Erz for putting

it all together. If you haven’t had the experience of fine dining in

an auto shop, make sure to mark your calendar for next year. See

you in May, at Mayo’s.

The Mavericks filled up the shop while enjoying the great barbeque.

The Saturday of May at Mayo’s coincided with the Hill

Country Region Drivers’ Education event at Motorsport Ranch.

Although many Maverick Region members spent the day negotiating

Rattlesnake and the off-camber turn at Ricochet (See honey,

I do listen when you dissect the course!), we had a great turnout

for dinner. As guests arrived, the lot in front of Mayo’s was filled

with beautiful Porsches – the spectrum ranged from the Shoffits’

911 (fresh from a day o’ spinning at MSR) to Rich Johnson’s pristine

yellow 914.

. . . the experience of fine dining in

an auto shop. . .

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Teri Davis and Jan Mayo worked the crowd

looking for volunteers to help at the 2004 Parade.

Cody and I were a little late arriving, but in plenty of time to

get two helpings of BBQ from Main Street BBQ and our choice

from the array of ice cold beverages. After dinner, Teri Davis presented

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Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Mike Lockas and Mark & Lisa Steele enjoying after dinner conversation.


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To fill cells in your Porsche's battery, try using a turkey baster.

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$39.500. 214.999.4757 (day ph.) (1)

1964 Chris Craft: Classic mahogany 17' Deluxe Runabout boat with custom trailer.

Chevy 283 cu. inch V8 inboard with very low hours. New interior with fresh varnish

and bottom paint. I have owned this boat for 24 years and the second overall.

Excellent condition and a great ski boat! $9,500.00. Steven Snay @ 940-464-3289 (1)

1988 928 S4 classic combo of guards red and tan leather with 66K. A nine inside, outside

and under the hood. Up to date service and maintenance at Louden Motorcars.

Owned by two long time porsche owners/enthusiasts. This is your chance to set yourself

apart from the normal porsche pack, going 180 mph the whole way. A steal @ $19k

Contact Toner @ 972-965-1780. Only serious inquiries please. (2)

2001 Porsche 911 C-4 Cab Metallic silver, gray top, gray leather, 6 spd, mtr sound pkg,

xenons, technic group, wheel and headrest crests, CD, heated sport seats, 5500 miles,

almost no rain (garaged and pampered). sticker $92k. Sale $81k. 972.816.0604 (cell),

or Robert Pierce. (2)

1998 Boxster Metallic Silver/Porsche Red Interior, 31,000 miles. Perfect condition,

new tires. $31,900.00. Michael Rhodes (903) 785-4088 H (903) 785-0701 W. (2)

WANTED - Good condition black vinyl driver's front seat for 1984 944. Contact Mark

Johnson by email at (2)

1997 Suburban LT all power, leather, cruise factory tint, luggage rack, seats 8, am/fm

CD/cassette, tow vehicle w/electric trailer brake, rear ac, heavy duty cooler, 72k

miles, black/beige, well maintained $12,995. Dennis Johnson 817/429-2911 or (2)

1985 Carrera 19,000 miles. Pristine is an understatement. Guards red, grey interior...also,

my brand new Porsche bicycle. Jack Griffin 214-739-2600 (2)

1984 911 Carrera Targa Red. 108K miles, new tires, new brakes, new Bilstein shocks,

new oil return lines, no oil leaks. The vehicle is tight, runs strong w/clean CARFAX

history. W (817) 212-2501 or H (817) 745-9433 $13,900. (2)

Trailer 20 ft dove tail, double axel, 4 wheel electric brakes, black, diamond plate deck.

$1500 or best offer. Eric (W) 972 995-1546 (H)972 396-2900. (2)

1976 912E Guards Red/tan interior, 131K miles (motor completely rebuilt at 98K-no

leaks) 16 inch Fuchs, Panasonic stereo, new battery, new master cylinder and brake

lines, just serviced (trans, valves, clutch). Good shape. Great way to get into the sport.

Asking $6500 OBO Please leave a message at (972) 615-4902. (2)

1995 911 GT2 Factory Race Car for Sale by original owner. All factory options and

upgrades. Better than new condition. $350K invested. Sacrifice to good home for

$100K. Details and Photos on Tel: (386) 788-0780 E-

mail: (2)

1986 Carrera Coupe 2nd owner since 1990. Metallic brown/brown leather sport seats,

all power and options, whale tail, performance chip, shock tower stabilizer, sheep

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Autoscope (972) 867-7467 Page 12

Bobby Archer’s Motorsports (817) 877-1772 Page 22

Dallas Auto Sports (214) 320-2228 Page 25

Eurowerks (972) 733-4907 Page 5

German Technologies (817) 540-0712 Page 16

Glen Gatlin, Jr. (214) 965-6102 Page 24

Gray Mouser Graphics (214) 957-8193 Page 18

Louden Motorcar (214) 241-6326 I.B.C.

Jerry DeFeo Designs (972) 240-5800 Page 16

Mayo Performance (817) 540-4939 Page 7

Mean Green Travel (940) 243-3788 Page 26

skins, cover, dash and speaker carpets, exhaust system, 2-piece bra, mirror covers.

Excellent fit and finish, perfect interior. 115K. 16” painted wheels w/crests. All

maintenance records; or call (903) 856-6274. Pics: $17,500 (3)

Factory 17” Cup Wheels (1997 993) Switching over to 18” Turbo Twists. Set of 17”

factory “Cup” wheels off of my 1997 993. They are mounted with Potenzas that are

about half worn. Scuffs and chips here and there (from the previous owner). Colored

crest center caps are slightly faded. Price is negotiable. Brent Spinks 903.581.5678 /

903.839.3563 (3)

1993 968 Cabriolet, Horizon Blue/White Interior/New Navy Top, Tiptronic, 89k

miles, leather interior, 968 Wheels, Crests, Eclisps CD, Power top, Full power options,

Dual power seats, New Tires and brakes, Complete books and records, Dallas car.

This car is very clean and not been wrecked or repainted. $22,950, Kevin Mixon

972-424-2706 Plano Texas. (3)

914 Steel Wheels, 5 original 914 steel wheels, complete with cheap radial tires $95, one

set of lug nuts for same $20, one set of 4 original 914 chrome trim rings for steel

wheels $35, one 914 console with slightly torn vinyl cover $10. Need to clean out

garage for another car. Steve Hensley (972)686-7384 (home), (972)733-2894 (work),

(214) 458-9757 (cell) (3)

1986 911 Carrera Cabriolet Iris Blue Metallic/Navy Blue Interior/New Top, 5 speed,

82k miles, Full leather interior, Factory short throw and sport shocks, 16” bright

Fuchs, Crests, K40, JVC CD, Full power options (except top), Dual power seats,

Complete books and records, Dallas car. This car is nearly perfect and in original

condition including paint. $23,950, Kevin Mixon 972-424-2706 Plano Texas (3)

1985 1/2 944. Red/ray. 5-spd, sunroof, pwr seat, leather, BlaupunktAM/FM/Cst

Player. garaged, ca cover, nice Pirelli ires. approx. 30K Mi. $8,000. 1986 Mazda B2000

Truck w/Camper shell. 5-spd, good engine, tires, transmission, differential, & interior.

Approx 147K mi. $2600. Don (817) 536-5817. (3)

Comp T/A 255/40ZR17 Tire. Has 60% to 75% tread left. Picture and contact

information at Cheap! (3)

1998 993 Carrera S Coupe. Guards Red, Cashmere Beige/Black partial leather, Turbo

ll Aerokit, Guards Red instrument dials. 24,3xx miles, 30K mile serviced, garaged,

original. Pictures and more info on the web at: Asking

$63,500. Jim Lynch, 800-217-8718. (3)

1988 Carrera 911 Very nice car. New items, Potenza S-02 tires, B & B Stainless Exhaust,

New Clutch, New Bra , New 992 leather steering wheel. Car has electric seats, windows,

door locks, sunroof, AM/FM/ CD player, and cruse control. All numbers match. Car is

silver with a purple tint (Diamond Blue Metallic) with burgundy interior. Price $20,000.

Call Pat Arlington- 817-469-7821, or e-mail (3)

1997 Carrera Coupe, Blue Turquoise/Cashmere supple leather, 6 spd, ABD w/LSD,

Hi-Fi sound, CD changer, full power seats, alum package, rear wiper, computer, only

4700 miles, garaged and covered, no smoke, rain, or racing, Park Place Porsche serviced,

all records inc/ window sticker. A stunning, beautiful car. Concours quality. $59.9K.

Contact Maury @ 972 412-8604 (3)

1987 930 Steel Slantnose Turbo. 39,000mi, alpine white with red interior in excellent

condition. 930s steering wheel, white gauges, numerous engine and suspension

upgrades.Interior is near perfect, dash is perfect, exterior is dent free-spoiler has some

stone chips.This car is very fast.It has no mechanical issues whatsoever. A/C, sunroof,

ETC,everything works.New front rotors and near new Bridgestone SO3s. 37,999 call or

email Gerry 8176859158 (3)

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