Slipstream - May 2002


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



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Volume 40, May 2002, Issue 5


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

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

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

Because I Said So (Editor’s)..........................................6

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

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



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

Upcoming Events

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

Happy Hour at Speed Zone ..........................................2

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

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

May at Mayo’s .................................................................3

Club Race at TMS...........................................................7

DE at TMS Application ...............................................17

Fiesta del Porsche (Santa Fe, NM) .............................19

Time Trial #2 and Autocross #2..................................21

DE at MotorSport Ranch Application.......................25

Past Event Recaps

Boxstermania ..................................................................9

Texas Hill Country Tour..............................................10

Happy Hour at Sea Grill..............................................13

Mineral Wells Autocross School .................................14


Trivia Quiz.......................................................................2

Fixing Your Porsche Oil Leaks ....................................19

Boxster Boulevard - The Leaf Catcher.......................20

Charity Corner..............................................................20

Standards Set in the Cayenne .....................................23

Day May - Events

4-5 Time Trial #2 & Autocross #2

8 Board Meeting

11 Park Place Tech Session

16 Happy Hour

11 18 May at Mayo’s Dinner Social

18-19 Hill Country DE @ MSR

18-19 Tour to Nacogdoches & Louisiana

21 Plano Lunch

25-27 Club Race and DE at TMS

28 Addison Lunch

Day June - Events

1 Park Place Tech Session

5 Board Meeting

8-9 Lone Star DE @ TWS

15 Concours 101

16 Father’s Day Picnic

18 Plano Lunch

20 Happy Hour

has been



Dennis Chamberlain,

Mark Gluck, Keith Bird,

Mike Oakes, Bob Bianconi,

Kevin Hardison & Wendy Shoffit

Cover Photo

Jan Mayo taking a test ride in

Charlotte, SC during the winter board

meeting in 2000. She’s posing in front of the

National Bank of South Carolina.

Photo by Dennis Frick

Day June - Events (cont.)

22-23 DE @ MotorSport Ranch

25 Addison Lunch

29-30 Time Trial #3 & Autocross #3

Day July - Events

9 Board Meeting

13-14 Time Trial #4 & Autocross #4

16 Plano Lunch

18 Happy Hour

28-8/3 Porsche Parade in Boise

30 Addison Lunch

Day August - Events

7 Board Meeting

15 Happy Hour

17? Concours?

17 Post Parade Dinner Social

20 Plano Lunch

24-25 Retreat

27 Addison Lunch

Happy Mothers’Day

May 12th

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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



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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

Talk about a rough start to a burgeoning

concours program! Let’s see – we had

three events scheduled for the same day

(Piney Woods tour, Tech Session at Park Place

and Driver’s Edge event at MSR), and the

weatherman predicted rain! But 10 or so of us

went to the top level of the Dillards parking lot

at NorthEast Mall, and had a wonderful time!

The Boy Scouts all appreciated our cars, and we enjoyed showing

them off as well. It was definitely a lot of fun for Wendy,

who drove one of the winning Scouts on a thrill ride around

the parking garage!

Our first Autocross and Time Trial were also huge successes

– we had 43 time trialers and 48 autocrossers. There was a

2 hour delay for hail, but there was no damage other than wind

damage to Ezups. The autocross course was one of the most

fun ones I have driven in a long time – big thanks to Cody for

setting that one up!

In May, we have the autocross and time trial on the first

weekend, the Hill Country Drivers Education event on the 18th

and 19th, and then our premier event of the year, the Club

Race. The Porsche Store is sponsoring our Club Race this year,

and we are aiming higher than ever! We now have experience at

this facility, and expect this club race to be a first class show!

Come on out during the Memorial Day weekend to see the cars

and the people!

If you are Blue Solo’ed, consider driving in the DE we will

hold in conjunction with the race – I know I can’t wait! There

will also be a Concours event at the track, including both street

and race cars. You don’t want to miss this! Check out our

website for all the details.

If you are less interested in competitive driving, but still

want to participate, then we have plenty of other events. There

is a tour to Louisiana, a few Porsche Lunches, and a Happy

Hour on the 16th at Cuidad in Dallas.

So, come on out, and join the fun!

Happy 40th Anniversary,


We’ve come a long way,

haven’t we?

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The price for this event is $350, which includes

Sunday Club Race practice and sprint races and

the Monday Enduro. Also included is an event

shirt and dinner Sunday night. Additional shirts

and dinners are available as well.


This will be a very casual "show and shine"

concours event. Bring your most beautiful car

(Porsche or not) out for display. We will be teaming

up with other car clubs to bring spectators a

fabulous array of automobile magnificence.


Maverick Region PCA and The Porsche Store

invite you to Texas Motor Speedway for a

Memorial Day weekend of Club Racing and

Drivers Education on May 25-27. Last year's

event was a huge success and we're expecting

this one to be even better!

Drivers’ Ed

You can participate in a solo-only three day PCA

Driver Education event. Drive the full 2.4 mile

ALMS road course using the high-speed banking

and chicane. Instruction will be limited. The

price is $295 for all three days. See page 17.


Spectators are welcome, including purchasing

tickets for the Sunday evening dinner!

Visit our website to find out all the details.

See you there!


Because I Said So

by Wendy Shoffit, Editor

There are some exciting things going on

this month. James has already done a

good job of reiterating them. If you

have any questions, look at the calendar page

and/or our webpage at

The most interesting turn of events that

has happened is that Maverick Region will be

the host of the 2004 Porsche Parade. For those

of you who might be new members or haven’t heard of it

before, Parade is a week-long event for PCA members. It is held

at a different location every year. Last year was in Milwaukee,

Wisconsin this year is in Boise, Idaho, and next year will be in

Tampa, Florida. Roughly 1000 PCA members from all over the

country (and other areas of the world) get together during this

week to participate in a plethora of events. These include: a

concours d’elegance, a TSD rally, an autocross, tech quizzes, an

art show, tech sessions, golf tournament, a 5K/3K Run/Walk, an

RC autocross, a kids autocross (with bikes, scooters,

rollerblades, etc.), and so on. For areas like ours with a road

course nearby, Parade is starting to include a Drivers’

Education event as well. As if that weren’t enough, all but 2

evenings during the week have banquet dinners, some casual

and some formal, but always delicious!

Maverick Region has hosted Parade before, in 1987 and

helped again in 1997 for the one in San Antonio. We thought

we would wait another few years to do 2007 (to make it an even

Maverick Minutes

by Andy Mears, Secretary

April’s meeting was called to order at

7 PM at the home of the Shoffits with a

busy agenda and a full house of Maverick

members for this meeting.

Top of the agenda was the official

announcement that Maverick Region has been

asked to present a bid on hosting the 49th

Annual Porsche Parade in 2004. More information

will be forthcoming as the details get hammered out. On a

topic related to Parade, Maverick Region is looking for national

award nominations for the 2002 Parade in Boise, Idaho. A few of

the nominations include Public Service Award, Family of the Year

Award and Enthusiast Award. If you would like to find out more

information on how to make a nomination please contact any of

the Maverick Board members.

A motion was presented and passed for the region to

purchase a radar gun for use at region sponsored Club Races.

The equipment is required for monitoring vehicle speeds in the

pits. Also, the upcoming May Club Race and DE registration is

starting to fill-up, if you want to participate or volunteer

checkout the Maverick Region web site for all the details.

An important change in the May schedule is that the annual

10 in between each time), but circumstances arose nationally

that needed to be taken care of. So, we’ll be a couple of years

“early” from what we originally expected.

We don’t have a whole lot of details as of yet. A planning

committee is surveying possible sites to serve as the host hotel.

There is a huge list of criteria that needs to be met, including

large enough banquet facilities, plenty of parking (including

trailers) and hotel rooms, a large open outdoor area for the

concours, and so on. There’s a lot to it.

This is an incredible opportunity for our region to shine.

We will be asking a lot of you Mavericks, including volunteers

of all sorts. We will also be asking members of other regions to

help out in their areas of expertise to put on the best show

possible. This will be a lot of work, but there will be a lot of

benefits. Besides, when else might you get to see Peter Porsche

in his swim trunks?

I look forward to this exciting event in 2004 and hope you

will be, too!

Oh, I almost forgot... who wants to be editor next year? I’m

quite certain I will be heavily involved with Parade planning

and implementing and honestly won’t have time to do

Slipstream. So, I’m looking for a willing volunteer. I can offer

on the job training and help next year. Contact me with any

questions or to volunteer. I will be more than happy to talk to

you about it! It’s a very rewarding job!

May at Mayo’s has been moved to from May 11th to May 18th.

Look for the ad in this months Slipstream.

Tinker Edwards reported on the successful first Spring tour

and reported that everyone had a good time. Also, there are

several tours planned for 2002 so watch the Region calendar for

upcoming events.

Finally, the March AX school was a great success and everyone

had a great time and the club made few dollars to help pay for

future events.

The next Maverick Region Board meeting will be on May 8

in Irving at the Shoffit’s.

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!



by Keith Olcha

February 18 - We had, at one point- 9 Boxsters and 3 911s. It

was fun. We did 5 brake flushes, 2 oil changes, and 1 trailer hitch

install!! And lots of talking!

We attracted the attention of two Tech-Art equipped 996s with

wheels,full bodywork,etc.who followed some people over. We had

Eric Beebe visit us to shoot the breeze. Dennis Chamberlain even

threatened to come, but got up too late.

The best surprise, and the winner of the "best-looking" Boxster

from my daughter and her two teenage friends was the Yellow car of

none-other-than Tom (I finally bought the damn car) Snodgrass!

Darron is now Mr. Car Tools (hand me that spanner, will

'ya...). Rocky Johnson has the freshest brake fluid on the planet

right now.

We covered brake pad replacement procedure, Brey-Krause

roll-bars, Valentine-1 mountings. It was a ball.

Thanks, Porsche cars, and Dr. Wendelin Weideking for your

Japanese consultants who told you how to make the new cars easy

to service.

Forget you, Dr. Weideking for your Forbe's Magazine comments

about how racing is foolish and Ferrari is backed by Fiat- Ha-Hawe'll

never race F1.

Sorry Jeff Gordon lost the Daytona 500 for blocking (bang), but

that's racing!

Photo by Mark Gluck

Photo by Mark Gluck

Darron Shaffer, a.k.a. “Mr. Car Tools”

...the freshest brake fluid on the

planet . . .

Keith Olcha changing the brake fluid in Rocky’s car.


Texas Hill Country Tour

By Bill Coates

Once again if you only relegate your Porsche membership

to Social Hours or Driving Events you miss a very enjoyable

part of owning a Porsche. You don’t see many of the

Porsche owners that go to the Driving Events and these are the

ones who should not miss the tours. These tours are driven at an

aggressive pace that would be enjoyable to those with the talents

learned at Driving Events. I am going to try a Driving Event once

Stuart’s is finished with my car (new paint and wide body work).

There were not as many Blue Bonnets this year as last but

telling people you are going on the tour to see the Blue Bonnets is

like saying you are going to the Super Bowl to see the Cheer

Leaders. We go first for the driving, second to see the country, and

last and best to see old friends. Just like other events there are a

group of Porsche owners who are always there.

The tour was what I expected from Ted Glover. Nobody likes

driving through the countryside better than Ted does. He and

Bonnie will take off on any given weekend and drive somewhere

in Texas or the United States just to see the country and have the

pleasure of driving. Of course when you have over 30 cars to

choose from it can make a difference. But seriously, Ted really

would rather drive to California for a Dentist meeting than take

a plane and when he can he does just that. This makes Ted

probably the foremost authority on Texas roads and roads of the

great USA. We get the benefit of this knowledge with an extra

benefit of knowing all the good Bed and Breakfast and eating

stops; extra notice on eating stops, huh gang?

Now we get to the trip. We left Friday, April 5th, from

Hillsboro at 9:00 am to head south. This did make it easy for the

Ft Worth group to meet up and take as little extra distance as

needed to the starting point. We had fair weather for Friday while

we traveled down to Kingsland Old Town Grill in Kingsland. This

grill was in an old house that was moved after the filming of the

movie “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.” The house was moved and

joined other houses to form a small hotel. The setting was like an

old railroad stop including a Depot and several old cabooses that

were also used for rooms for your stay. We left from there on Texas

back roads to the Willow City Loop. For those who do not know,

the loop is through an area of open range that normally is covered

with Blue Bonnets. Last year you could look into the valley and

see a blue carpet. This year it had hardly any flowers because of

the lack of rain. We also heard that sometimes Blue Bonnets go

Photo by Mike Oakes

through a two-year cycle of being plentiful or scarce. We must

have had the scarce year since no place had many flowers. We

started to turn around right then and go home—NOT.

From the Willow City Loop we drove the back roads to

Comfort, Texas and our home away from home, the Haven River

Inn. These people at Haven River Inn are like family to the

Porsche Club. They know us and look forward to the visit. Most

of us made our reservations last year when we where there and it

was the same thing this year. Last year my best friend, Ted, saw my

room and reserved it out from under me for this year. This caused

a lot of fun this year. As soon as we arrived at the Haven River Inn

everyone visited each other’s rooms to look at the color and set

Keith Bird getting a little close to the local cattle.

up. Doors where opened and we just wandered in and out of all

the rooms. Then I started the stampede and made my reservation

for next year and took Carl and Judith’s room on the reservation

list. When this got out it was one after another running and

scheduling rooms. We enjoyed heckling each other about getting

the other one’s room.

The Steves family out of San Antonio built the Haven River

Inn in 1911 for a summer home. It stayed in the family until 1992

when Johnnie Merchant bought it to rework the home to use as a

Missionary retreat. This is when the bathrooms where added to

each sleeping area. In 1994 the house was changed to a Bed and

Breakfast and the top floor of the hotel, which was an attic, was

changed to have a small kitchen with two rooms. The house did

have a large porch that went from the front of the house around

three sides. This area is now enclosed and is where you check in.

Photo by Mark Gluck

Photo by Keith Bird

This is probably the first time this store has seen so many Porsches!

The Haven River Inn provided the perfect central location.


The Inn has tables that are set up all along the old porch for

eating. The outside porch was added at the same time to go

around the front and one side. This was the meeting place for the

club where we sat in rocking chairs and talked and laughed about

the events of the day. The Inn sits on top of a hill with a creek on

one side and a great view of the countryside on the other. I am not

sure when the bat house was built but you can see it over the top

of the trees behind the property. The railroad once ran through

Comfort but was later moved. The old tracks that go through the

countryside and through tunnels were dismantled for the metal

and the old tunnel near the Inn is now a large home for bats. We

did not make the trip to see the bats, but at dusk every day you can

go out and see them leave. There was wild life on the property in

the form of a small heard of deer that slept in the grass every night

in front of the Inn.

. . . one hole for both sexes. . .

Most of the group followed Carl to the car wash. Standard

procedure for Carl to wash his Porsche after it accumulates the

least amount of dust and wet road film. He is nearly as bad as Ted

and me. Normally we would arrive and just have time to change

then get in our cars to travel to some nice place to eat but

this time Ted changed it. Ted had the Inn cater a meal of beef

tenderloin, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, vegetable medley,

Caesar salad, soup, and sherbet. It was nice to have time to settle

in and relax before eating and then not have to get dressed to go

eat. Don’t get excited we did dress to eat at the Inn; we’re not that

close of a group.

We began the morning with a good breakfast at the Inn and

started driving. Now do you remember me mentioning that Ted

also knew good eating-places? You better come on this trip

hungry and not have a problem with sweets. First stop was a little

bar-b-que place called Gravens Store. This is a small store at an

intersection of two state roads that has some wicked bar-b-que

and good beef jerky. Of course it is only 10:00 am but we had a

sandwich and stood in line for the one hole. Really one hole for

both sexes that had a water faucet about one foot off the ground

out side the door to wash your hands and Ted supplied the paper

towels. But you don’t stop there for the rest stop - only the eats.

We then were back on the road headed for Utopia. Don’t

misunderstand, utopia may be the experience of driving our

Porsches, but it is also the name of a town. In Utopia we had

lunch, 2 hours after the sandwich, then started towards Kerrville.

Remember the eating. We again stopped in a small town of Medina

at Love Creek Cider Mill and Gift Store. This place is known for

making anything with apples. You name a dessert made with

apples and it was there. Most had hot apple pie and ice cream

while others enjoyed apple strudel and ice cream.

We were back on the road to Kerrville to make a stop for the

other half who put up with our Porsche toys. This was the James

Avery Store so the women of the club could enjoy some

shopping. Several nice things where bought and a lot of good will

was established.

From there it was back to Comfort and the Haven River Inn

to change and rest up to make the trip to the German restaurant

in Waring. Good food again and fun talking about all the stops to

eat. You will have to ask Tinker about getting pranked since it

cannot be described in this article.

Sunday was started by another good breakfast at the Inn and

then followed by the return to Dallas and Ft Worth. We traveled

back roads up through Burnet and had lunch on the way. Another

great trip with fantastic people.

Ted has several day trips planned and you Porsche owners

need to take advantage of hiss knowledge of the Texas highways

and eating stops. The next one on May 18th-19th is a two-day

trip out to the Kissatchee National Forest in and around the

Nacogdoches area.

There will also be a

short trip into

Louisiana. See page

3 for details. These

roads have been

written up in the

Texas motorcycle

magazine as some

of the best in

Texas. There will

be more details in

the Slipstream and

you can call Ted

Glover to get more

information or

suggest a trip.

There’s just something about a country

store that draws people in.

Photo by Mark Gluck

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Happy Hour At Sea Grill

By April & Steven Dodd

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain,

Dee Lersch, and Mark Gluck

Sea Grill, hmmmm…..the name in

and of itself seems innocent

enough, But the word Sea brings

to mind all sorts of scary thoughts for

the Dodd Family. First, we have not had

a vacation near any body of surfable salt

water for at least four years. So we need

to be by the sea. Second, we have not

had the chance to eat good seafood in

quite some time. I believe the last good seafood we sampled / inhaled

was at Galveston at our favorite haunt, Gaido’s. Last, but not least, the

sea contains salt, and makes things rust, so keep the non galvanized 914

away from the sea or anything that contains that word.

On the upside of the word Sea, we asked our nephew and new

Porschefile, Addison Rogers to join us at this month’s happy hour, his

first ever, at the Sea Grill. He hates seafood but loves Porsches. He is not

old enough to drink, but old enough to have a learner’s permit, own a

very clean 85 Red 944, and old enough to drive Steven and April to

happy hour. He was kind enough to help transport us down the short

jaunt from Coppell to the Tollway. He bummed a free meal, (lamb

chops) courtesy of Aunt April and Uncle Steve and got to speak with the

entire usual happy hour group. He even got to purchase some goodie

store stuff.

Ok the review of Sea Grill. The food that we had was nothing short

of perfect. More importantly, the car showing was beautiful. I am not

sure if the weather warmed up enough for everyone to put wax on

within the last several weeks but the cars looked beautiful. This

beautiful display appeared despite the three days of flooding that

preceded the happy hour. The display was an impressive site to see for

both long time happy hour attendees and newcomers alike.

April and I met a few new folks and that is one of the best parts of

these events. Peter Weyandt and I talked about strut replacement and

how much we loved driving cars that are set up with stiff suspensions.

April spent her time hanging out talking to just about everyone there.

My nephew, Addison picked up warnings from ex drag racer turned

road racer Brent Yager. The warnings included stories of his past street

racing and how much more exciting it is to race on a real track. This was

well-appreciated and great advice for a new driver who happens to drive

a Porsche. He now plans to autocross and Time Trial, both of which are

cheaper than speeding tickets.

All hats off to Dennis for offering free tax advice and setting up a

great happy hour.We had a great meal, sat by great friends (and our new

neighbors Alan & Debbie) and were served by some of the best wait staff

in North Dallas. We watched John Leto rev up and speed out of the

parking lot with incredible acceleration. Who could ask for more?

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

The Dodd clan.

Ex-drag racer Brent Yager with Brandi

New Member Peter Weyandt

Ever camera-shy Noby Takahashi!


Mineral Wells Autocross School

By Mike Bridges

Photo by Kevin Hardison

To James, Wendy, Bill, Cody, Monda, Mitch, Mike, and all

of the other PCA’ers who made my weekend so great.


for a 2-day “crash” course in Autocross and Time Trials. It all

got started on a shaky note, as I found that my checkbook had

managed to escape me and I didn’t have enough cash to pay for

the school. No problem: a lady named Monda Degan loaned

me $100! I was speechless (which is hard to accomplish)! She

had no notion of who I was, other than a fellow student with a

problem. When I asked her if she was OK loaning a virtual

stranger that much money, her reply was “you’re with this

group, don’t worry about it.” WOW, what a statement about the

attitude of the PCA Mavs!

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Aubrey Sutton driving the family 911 to the limit.

this point in my training. The most enjoyable exercise of the

morning was the “oval” or “football” skidpad. There I learned

how to properly spin my car! “Once you lose it, just put in the

clutch and DON’T lock up the wheels.” Then I was given a goal

of spinning my car out at least one time (Mitch demonstrated

the proper spinning technique to me). As it turned out (no pun

intended), I spun on the very first apex.

Then, after lunch from Subway, the instructors set up a full

autocross course building on the segments we had practiced in

the morning. I managed to improve my times every lap, and

was beat by the end of the day.

Mike Bridges barely clearing the cones.

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Then a fellow student, Will, and I were paired up with

Mitch Williams. Will has a late model Ford Cobra and I have

a ’94 Camaro Z-28. Mitch said he was paired up with us

because “they call me ‘TorqueMan’!

The Saturday autocross school started out with separate

sessions on three slalom courses, two skid pads, and a braking

course. I probably got five times as much seat time during

Saturday morning as I had in the two autocross events I had

participated in previously, and seat time is EVERYTHING at

Mike Bridges, Mitch Williams, and Will Rosales - big smiles all around.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Monda Degan driving the slalom like a pro.

Sunday was the day I was REALLY looking forward to. Up

until then my racing hadn’t gotten out of 2nd gear. Today

would get MUCH faster. The morning exercises were basically

two halves of the overall Time Trial course (#2, I think). One

half was pretty technical, introducing decreasing and increasing

radius turns, the Start/Finish line, flags, etc. The other half

introduced a braking zone going into a hairpin turn. I had

cooked my brake fluid pretty badly on Saturday, so I was a bit

conservative (OK, timid) on this exercise, only getting it right

once. But, WOW, what a rush! Flat out in 3rd, almost to the rev

limiter, then on the brakes hard enough to activate the ABS,

thinking “there’s no way I’m going to make this,” then off the

brakes, down into 2nd, and through the hairpin. THIS is what

performance cars are all about.


Photo by Kevin Hardison

Cody Sears leading the drivers’ meeting.

I only got one good picture of my car on course Sunday,

when Mitch borrowed my Z to come up to speed on the track

layout. He’s coming across the Start/Finish line in this one.

If you’ve ever even THOUGHT about running autocross

or time trial events, taking this school is a no-brainer. $85 for

two days of outstanding training by some of the most

dedicated, hard-working, and FUN people to be around, and

you even get fed lunch both days!

I know I’ll be back for more in the future!

Photo by Kevin Hardison

“Girlie Girl” racer Natalie Machala.

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Ed and Jan Mayo, Ron Bailey, Brandi and Brent Yager

enjoying dinner at Baris Italian Restaurant

Just one of the many driving exercise stations over the weekend.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

. . . spun on the very first apex. . .

Will Rosales driving his cone-killing Mustang.

Jim Chadwick crossing the start/finish line.

Kelly Binek getting the go-ahead from James Shoffit.


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Driver Education At Texas Motor Speedway

May 25,26,27 in conjunction with

PCA CLUB RACE sponsored by:

Postmark Date: April 10, 2002

Maverick Region PCA invites you to participate

in a solo-only three-day PCA Driver Education event

at Texas Motor Speedway. Drive the full 2.4 mile

ALMS road course using the high-speed banking

and chicane. Instruction will be limited. This DE will

be for drivers who are already solo-qualified in the

Blue, Yellow, White, and Red run groups at

Maverick, Lone-Star, and other PCA regions. The

DE will be run in conjunction with our Maverick

Club Race weekend as was done last year. All cars

must be inspected for track worthiness (tech) prior to

the event. Tech locations, dates, and forms, along

Cost: $295 per driver

with further information will be sent with your


Event registration will open with April 10 postmark

dates. The cost is $295 each, for all three days

only, payable to Maverick Region PCA. Each

entrant fee covers the entire weekend, typical DE

format and track time, and includes one shirt and one

admission to the trackside banquet. Applications

need payment to be processed. Sorry, due to limited

availability we are unable to issue refunds once

you've been accepted into the event. One Application

and check Per Entrant, please!

Mail Application with check to:

Wendy Shoffit

1112 Santa Fe Trail

Irving, TX 75063

General Information:

Keith Olcha


Tech Information:

John Sandusky



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Additional Meals @ $25.00 each________

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Number choices below: If over booked, do you want on the waiting list? YES NO

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Fixing Your Porsche Oil Leaks

By Ted Glover

As everyone who owns a Porsche knows, they leak oil. This

article will deal with one of the areas that is susceptible for

leaving a Valdez-sized oil puddle under your car.

Being a dry sump system, the oil is scavenged from the bottom

of the block and stored in an oil tank. The oil is then pumped back to

the engine to function as a lubricant and a coolant. To get the oil from

the heads back to the block it must pass through four oil return tubes

located on the bottom side of the engine. These thin-walled metal

tubes have large o-rings on each end to prevent leakage as the oil

passes through them. This works well until heat, damage, and time

takes its toll and they no longer function as they should. Then the

leaks start.

...without grunting,swearing,and

peeling the skin off your knuckles. . .

Some evidence of failing o-rings will be oil drops on the ground

under the engine, oil film on the underside of the engine, and the

smell of burning oil as the engine and exhaust system gets hot. The

cure is to remove these O-rings and replace them with new ones.

Sounds so easy. However, the only way to get the O-rings out to

replace them means having to remove the oil return tubes. There are

two ways to remove these tubes. One way is fairly easy and

inexpensive, while the other way can be time consuming and expensive.

You either crush these tubes (they are thin-walled) and twist

them out, or you can remove the engine and disassemble it. Crushing

is a whole lot quicker. The removal and installation of oil tubes can be

done with or without the exhaust system on the car. When I did mine

(1977 Turbo), I removed the exhaust manifold on the right side of the

car but left the exhaust manifold on the left side of the car. Access to

the oil tubes will determine which way you will have to approach it.

Replacement tubes come in various designs, but to be able to

install them on the assembled engine in the car, they need to be in two

pieces. These two pieces fit/slide over each other so you can place the

tube into the head and the block and slide the two pieces (make the

tube longer) until the O-rings are in place and the tube secured. You

then have a clip that keeps the tubes under tension and they cannot

back out.

Being an OEM type of guy, I decided to use genuine Porsche

tubes to repair the leaks. Their design is the two-tube system, which

you install by sliding the tubes out into the head and block. This

system utilizes four O-rings. Two of the O-rings are small and fit

between the two tubes to create the seal as the tubes are spread out,

and two large O-rings, which fit into the head and block. There is then

a circlip that fits into an indentation and prevents the tubes from

sliding out. Sounds simple, but unless you are Arnold, you can forget

about trying to do this with the engine in the car and limited access.

I could barely pull these tubes apart when I held them in front of my

chest with both hands firmly grasping them, never mind trying to do

this with fingertips under the car.

So, I resorted to the spring-loaded tubes. This system has a

spring between the two tubes and creates pressure by resting on two

lands and trying to push the two halves apart. You install this system

by compressing the spring by pushing the two halves together (easy

to do), placing the tube in its proper location and essentially releasing

the spring and the two halves. It takes a little force to get the O-rings

to seat in the head and the block, but installation of the tubes with this

system takes only minutes. All without grunting, swearing, and

peeling the skin off your knuckles.

There are many Porsche suppliers who sell oil return tubes of

various designs, but I got mine locally at Nine-Eleven Enterprises, a

Slipstream advertiser. If anyone has any questions, please call me at

972-248-7751 or speak to me at one of the Maverick Region events.

2002 Fiesta del Porsche in Santa Fe, New Mexico

May 24-27

Roadrunner Region would like to welcome

all of our neighbors to the east in joining us at

our multi-faceted Fiesta del Porsche weekend

from May 24th through May 27th. We have

an exciting, fun weekend on tap and have

secured the newly repaved State Police training

track for our auto-x. Our schedule briefly

is as follows: Friday May 24th: Concours on

the historic Santa Fe Plaza, Saturday May

25th: Northern NM Rally and Saturday night

mingle combined with my world class swap

meet, Sunday May 26th: Auto-x and final

awards banquet Sunday evening, Monday:

optional drive outs and optional track time

until everyone is fulfilled with seat time. I

may also do a little auto-x school on Monday

morning, depending on the interest. Check

out our web site: for

details and applications. Send in this article to

waive the late fee up until May 15th.

Thanks for your continued support

over the years, Gary Smith, Fiesta

auto-x chairman



Boxster Boulevard - The Leaf Catcher

By Bob Bianconi

This is the first installment of what we hope will be a regular

column dedicated to the Maverick Boxster owner. We’ll be

reporting on Boxster events like the February tour,

Boxster tidbits and other useful information for the Boxster

owner. This month, we’ll provide a spring cleaning tip intended

to keep your Boxster running cool this summer.

The Boxster Leaf Catcher

Take a peak. The leaves are there… along with candy wrappers,

cigarettes, pebbles, stones and anything else floating around on

Texas highways. Where? Why, the two air intakes on the front

bumper (or 3 on a “S” model). If it’s been a while since you

peaked in the radiator air intakes (or maybe never…), you’ll be

sure to find all manner of road debris. Surely all of this debris

can’t be good for the cooling efficiency of your radiators,

especially on a typical Texas 100˚ summer day. When it’s hot, you

want the air flow to your radiators to be unimpeded so they can

perform at their best.

So, maybe it’s time you spent a few minutes this spring

performing a leaf-ectomy. It’s not hard once you know the trick.

If you’ve taken a look at the openings, you’ve already noticed that

the air intake grills are not removable (without removing the

whole bumper cover). This makes access to the debris a bit more


Photo by Bob Bianconi

Vacuum out the air intakes

vacuumed up. Be careful to not hit the fins of the radiators. As

a finishing touch, take your garden hose and rinse down the

radiators, not too strong, not too weak.

So there you have it; a simple trick to keeping your radiators

operating at their best for the upcoming summer months. Save

those paper towel rolls, you’ll be needing them.

I think you’ll find this spring cleaning tip also works on the

Boxster’s big brother, the 996.

. . . a few minutes this spring performing

a leaf-ectomy. . .

Photo by Bob Bianconi

A simple vacuum cleaner will be the tool of choice albeit

with a slight modification. Your standard vac attachments won’t

work because of the intake grills; they are just too large to fit

through the openings. But we can take care of that. Besides, your

trusty vac, you’ll need 3 cardboard paper towel rolls; you know

the kind, the cardboard roll that you throw away when you have

used up the last paper towel. Here’s the trick: Insert one roll into

the other and then flatten the first 2 such that they fit in between

the lower set of louvers on the grill. Insert the end of the vacuum

into roll three and turn it on. A flashlight helps you aim the end

towards the far corner; that’s where you will find most of the

debris. Leaves, wrappers, stones and pebbles will all get

Flatten and insert paper towel rolls.

Photo by Bob Bianconi

Charity Corner

By Lanean Hughes

Road Junk

If you are still doing the "Spring Cleaning", here are a few

items the shelter needs:

Bedding of all kinds, kitchen supplies, clothing for small

children, and any baby supplies!!

We will be setting a date sometime in the next few months to

have a "Worker Party" at the Hope Shelter. They are desperately

in need of some "sprucing up." We will be painting, doing a little

cleaning and repair work. If you are interested in assisting the

folks at Hope, please e-mail me your name and phone number to When we have worked through the

logistics, I will contact you. This will probably take place around

mid-August. Thanks in advance for your support!



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Standards in the Cayenne


Modern technologies set standards in the Cayenne

Porsche has pursued a new path and developed an off-road

sport utility vehicle.

Stuttgart. With the Cayenne model due to be launched in the

fall of 2002, the Stuttgart-based automobile manufacturer Dr. Ing.

h.c. F. Porsche AG intends to set standards in the Sport Utility

Vehicle (SUV) market segment. The new Porsche model with

off-road capability is to be available in two versions, the Cayenne S

and Cayenne Turbo. It is a totally new design incorporating many

impressive, pioneering technologies and not based on any previous


Porsche has conceived the Cayenne as an extremely sporty

vehicle capable of being driven off road when necessary. Its entire

character, shaped at the company's research and development

center in Weissach, reflects its close affinity with the Porsche sports

cars that enjoy worldwide success.

Among the many technical highlights to be found in the new

design are totally new 4.5-liter, eight-cylinder engines. The

Cayenne S is rated at 250 kW (340 bhp) and has a peak torque of

420 Nm; the Cayenne Turbo's engine develops 331 kW (450 bhp)

and a torque of 620 Nm. Both these engines guarantee exceptional

performance: for the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h, the naturally

aspirated Cayenne version needs 7.2 seconds and goes on to a top

speed of 242 km/h. The Turbo version accelerates to 100 km/h from

a standing start in 5.6 seconds and has a top speed of 266 km/h.

Both Cayenne engines easily outperform the EU 4 exhaust

emission limits that will be in force from 2005 on, and also all other

regulations of this kind anywhere in the world. A six-speed

Tiptronic S transmission is standard equipment on the Cayenne

Turbo. Both Cayenne versions naturally have permanent all-wheel

drive and the well-known Porsche Stability Management (PSM)

system, which has been further developed to suit the specific needs

of this type of vehicle. An inter-axle differential lock and additional

low-range gears are evidence of the new Porsche's potential on

loose surfaces.

As well as offering the driver and up to four passengers sportscar

standards of performance, agility, handling and braking, the Cayenne

S and Cayenne Turbo feature the latest chassis and suspension design

developments that yield standards of ride quality and refinement

never before available in this vehicle category. The Cayenne also

goes to the top of its class when it comes to towing a trailer, with

the high load limit of 3,500 kilograms.

The Cayenne's low engine hood and strikingly styled headlamps

identify it immediately as a true Porsche. Both Cayenne S

and Cayenne Turbo combine elegance with an aura of power. The

range-topping Cayenne Turbo has certain visual features that

distinguish it from the naturally aspirated version: additional air

inlets at the front, power domes on the engine hood and four

exhaust tailpipes. The latter have a slight effect on the overall

length: the Cayenne S is 4,782 millimeters long, its more powerful

turbocharged counterpart 4,786 millimeters long. The width of

1,928 millimeters and the height of 1,699 millimeters are identical,

and so is the wheelbase of 2,855 millimeters.


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Driver Education At MotorSport Ranch

June 22-23, 2002

Sponsored by:

Postmark Date: May 10, 2002

Maverick Region PCA invites you to our PCA

Driver Education event at Motorsport Ranch, , located in Cresson,

Texas on highway 377, 15 miles southwest of Fort

Worth. Novices encouraged and will be provided

comprehensive instruction. All cars must be inspected

for track worthiness (tech) prior to the event. Tech

locations, dates, and forms, along with further information

will be sent with your acceptance package but

also look for new DE information on the Maverick

Region web site Rule change

from PCA National: All Cabriolets (but not Boxsters)

made before 1999 must have an after market roll-bar

installed to drive in this event at all. Targas okay. All

Boxsters and 1999-on cabs okay as-is with factory

rollover protection. Convertible tops for all cars must

be in the UP position to drive unless driver uses

Cost: $195 per driver

PCA/SCCA approved arm restraints. Non-Porsches

will be evaluated for factory-rollover protection and all

the above rules shall apply.

Acceptance priority will be: Maverick Region

members and all instructors, other PCA members,

other Porsche drivers, and other cars, in that order, all

based upon postmark date within assigned run group.

Expect to have a response (In/Out/Waiting List)

approximately three weeks before the event date.

Event registration will open with May 10th postmark

dates. No postage meters, please. The cost is $195 each,

payable to Maverick Region PCA. Applications without

payment cannot be processed. Sorry, due to limited

availability we are unable to issue refunds once you

are accepted. One Application and check Per Entrant,

please, even if sharing car.

Mail Application with check to:

Bill Dawson, Registrar

1041 Nottingham Drive

Cedar Hill, TX. 75104

972-291-8817 before 9:30 pm

General Information:

Keith Olcha


Instructor Information:

Bryan Henderson

2416 BedfordCircle

Bedford, TX 76022


Tech Information:

John Sandusky




Sharing Car With:

Address: City: St: Zip:

Phone: Day ( ) Eve. ( ) e-mail:

Do You Prefer Contact By: US MAIL / E-MAIL Driver's Lic #: State:

PCA Region: PCA # Helmet type: M95 / SA95 / M00 / SA00

Year Make Model Color Cabriolet

Yes No

DE Experience- #days/date Organizing Club Track Run Group Car #


If NO, explain any driving experience and rate yourself below:

(use back of sheet as necessary)

Total Beginner / Novice / Intermediate / Advanced /Team Williams F1 Test-Driver

Instructor Assigned to Team # ( ) If over booked, do you want on the waiting list? YES NO

Car#( ) Second Choice( ) Third ( ) Signed:

** Attend Friday evening Barbeque? No Yes

If Yes, please add $10.00 per person incl entrant


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We work closely with your insurance company on all repairs.

• Track Alignments and Suspension Setups

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New Wheels

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

Dr. Sandra Armstrong

1217 Melissa Drive

Roanoke, TX 76262

2002 911

Kyle & Mary Kathryn Bass

8720 Canyon Drive

Dallas, TX 75209

2001 Turbo

Mark Berge

3320 Crater Lane

Plano, TX 75023

2002 986

Richard & Diana Brown

8924 Clear Sky Drive

Plano, TX 75025

1995 993

Shelly Burbank & Trish Christensen

6724 Tabor Drive

Arlington, TX 76002

1985 911

James & Linda Crysdale

303 Spanish Moss Drive

Coppell, TX 75019

2002 986

Richard & Kelly Davis

100 S Shore Drive

Lone Star, TX 75668

1982 928

Harvey & Tonie Harrison

5113 Lake Forest Drive

Rowlett, TX 75088

1975 911s

Kenneth Jarvis

4801 Bull Run Drive

Plano, TX 75093

2000 986

Hal & Valerie Kaplan

6431 Wrenwood

Dallas, TX 75252

2000 996

Steve Kennemer

4701 Charles Place #922

Plano, TX 75093

1978 911

David & Betty Macdonald

144 Summer Place Circle

Pottsboro, TX 75076

1981 924

Michael & Joni Moore

3601 Potomac Ave

Fort Worth, TX 76107

2002 986

Lionel Morrison & Susan Seifert

3510 Armstrong Parkway

Dallas, TX 75205

2002 986

David Short & Douglas Johnson

16700 County Road 134

Flint, TX 75762

1986 911

Jim & Jolie Slaton

1445 Clarksville

Paris, TX 75460

2001 911

Sarah Smaardyk & Eric Bell

6221 Goliad Ave

Dallas, TX 75214

1988 944

Laura Sumner

32091/2 Rosedale Ave

Dallas, TX 75205

1985 944

John & Dorothy Teichgraeber

1420 Regency Place

Dallas, TX 75254

2002 996s

Ralph & Debbie Trevino

3887 Emerald Court

Addison, TX 75001

2001 986

Mark & Charlene Richard

13410 Preston Road

Dallas, TX 75240

1997 986

Linda Delwood & Ed Prejean

9706 Valley Lake Court

Irving, TX 75063

2002 986

Curtis & Gena Frisbie

5605 Palomar Lane

Dallas, TX 75229

1995 911


5 Years

Steve & Linda Cartwright ..........................Dallas, TX

Troy Matz & Dianne Arnet.........................Plano, TX

Stephen & Carssa Maynard ........................Plano, TX

Doug & Dana Mehling.................................Tyler, TX

10 Years

Luis & Machelle Pajares ..........................Coppell, TX

Ron Brauer..................................................Dallas, TX

Michael Rankin

4321 Ridglea Country Club Drive

Fort Worth, TX 76126

2002 Turbo

Edward Repnick II

2237 Hollyhill Lane

Denton, TX 76205

1988 944 Turbo


New Members!


15 Years

Allan Ekholm .....................................Fort Worth, TX

Robert Morris........................................Lancaster, TX

20 Years

Michael & Marie Wingfield........................Plano, TX

25 Years

Geoffery Hamilton....................................Desoto, TX

Jeffery & Joyce Hammel......................Colleyville, TX

Happy y Anniversar




Unclassifieds are available free to Maverick Region Members and are $5 to all others (Payment to MR-PCA must accompany ad). Please limit size to no more than 6 lines.Ads

will run for 3 issues. Call 972-506-7449 or e-mail ad to by the 10th to have your ad run the following month. Be certain to include a contact name and

phone number. Check your ad for accuracy the first time it runs. Contact the editor to have your ad pulled sooner. Photo inclusion based on space constraints.

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

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 maintenence

records; Pics:

$17,500 (1)

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 (1)

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. (1)

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) (1)

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 (1)

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

information at Cheap! (1)

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. (1)

1987 924S Same model as on the cover of Feb. Panorama magazine, (944 engine and

trans). Strong motor and transmission, clean body and interior, 72000 miles. Would

make an excellent race car. Blown clutch. Asking $2200. or

call (972)442-6774 (1)

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

$69,500. Jim Lynch, 800-217-8718. (1)

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 Metalic) with burgundy interior. Price $20,000.

Call Pat Arlington- 817-469-7821, or e-mail (1)

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 (1)

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 (1)

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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 21

Eurowerks (972) 733-4907 Page 18

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 5

Mean Green Travel (940) 243-3788 Page 26

Wanted: (For 2.2L 911S); heat exchangers, with or without sheetmetal, Any Fuel

Injection parts, S heads, S cams or complete S engine, any condition. Jim Buckley at

817-237-9577 or email

1990 911 C2 Cabriolet, Black/Black Top/Tan Interior, 5 speed, 116K miles, new Top

and covers (car, boot, and cockpit), new Alpine stereo w/6 disc changer & 200W amp,

Stainless Steel B&B Tri-Flo exhaust system w/dual 4" Oval Tips, Teardrop mirrors,

Extra Wing, Garaged, Professionally Maintained, Paint and Body Perfect, $30K, Call

972.754.5345 or email (2)

1996 911/993 cab -speed yellow,black leather and black top. Six speed; 18in. hollow

spoke turbo wheels w/ Bridgestone SO2's. Premier stero w/ cd. Full electric seats.

40,000 miles and excellent condition. Al Stickley, 940-241-1181 or stick

$55,000.00 (2)

1986 911 Carrera Coupe. Meteor grey metallic/Burgundy leather interior.

33,900miles. 2nd owner since 1996. Sunroof, cruise, 16"forged alloys. ALL factory

equipment/manuals plus Momo steering wheel, full sheepskin seat covers, Statesman

mats, cover, bra, and more. $26,000 firm. Gary Sprott. 817-421-5844. E-mail (2)

1991 911 Carrera 2 Targa #WPOBB2964MS440531,grand prix white/black lea, 5-spd,

only 16,500 mi, AC, pwr windows, seats, mirrors, alarm, cruise, dual airbags,

AM/FM/CD, bra, garaged, covered, $37,500. Rick Burleigh, 408 Driftwood Ct., Azle,

TX 76020. 817/237-2766. (2)

Factory Fuchs Wheels Set of absolutely mint condition 7 & 8 X 15". Factory finish

black centers. $800.00 for the set. Contact Larry at 972-729-6649 (days), 972-495-7828

(eves), or

1986 911 Carrera Coupe, White/Black leather, whale tail, power windows, power

locks, power sport seats, power mirrors, cruise control, air conditioning, sun roof,

Alpine 3-CD in-dash stereo, bra, cover, Dunlop Sport 8000 tires, white spoke/polished

rim wheels, short throw shift, less than 2500 miles on new clutch and synchros,

new battery, garaged, 91,071 miles, $22,000. Bruce Roberts (972) 527-6910, (972)

205-7515, or (2)

1987 911 Carrera Targa. Silver/Black. Calif. car,concours potential, near perfect, 17"

Kinesis polished 3pc. Cup wheels w/painted crests, Potenza S-02's, leather sports

seats, CD, alarm, fully loaded. All records, no smoke or rain, meticulously maintained

and serviced. Gorgeous car. 116,000 mi., $26,500. Don Crusius, 214-724-0831, (2)

1979 911 Turbo (930) 158K Miles -- U.S. Car (Not Euro Grey Market) This is a

meticulously maintained near perfect example of Porsche’s mighty Turbo. All service

records from 1979 - I am the second owner. This car looks and drives like new. The

following items have been either replaced or rebuilt: Engine, Trans, Clutch, Shocks,

Struts, Front Suspension (including rack and pinion steering) Wheels, Brakes and

much more. Additional Equipment: Alpine CD changer with ADS speakers and

amplifiers. Upgraded Air-Conditioning compressor with multiple condensers and

fans. Engine was upgraded to 3.4 liters when rebuilt. Momo steering wheel. Built-in

Valentine 1 Laser/Radar Detector. This is an emissions legal 300 HP plus car. Price

$29,000.00. Paul Labute (3)

1985 911 Carrera Cab Black, tan interior, all records, maintained by Nine Eleven,

garaged, Alpine CD stereo, amplifier, Boston Acoustic speakers, A/C, power windows,

mirrors, locks, cruise, 115,000 miles, $17,900, M.C. Meador, 972-395-1452, (3)

1995 Chevrolet Suburban LT 5.7L V-8, Auto., Front & rear A/C, Towing package,

Power steering, brakes, windows, locks, seat, Leather, Cruise, Tilt, Privacy glass,

Running boards, Alarm, Alloy wheels, Luggage rack, Third seat, Premium

AM/FM/Cassette. Excellent condition; great tow vehicle. 96k miles; $12,500 OBO.

Contact Bill Dawson 972.291.8817 (H) or 214.350.0350 (W) (3)

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