Slipstream - August 2002


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



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Volume 40, August 2002, Issue 8


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 Railhead Smokehouse........................2

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

Post Parade Dinner Social .............................................2

Lake Retreat Round-Up.................................................3

Porsche Lunches .............................................................5

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

DE at Motorsport Ranch application........................11

Deep in the Heart of Texas Gala.................................13

Houston Exotic Car & Bike Show..............................19

Southwest Airlines Classic Car Show.........................25

Past Event Recaps

Happy Hour at Saltgrass................................................9

DE at Motorsport Ranch.............................................14

Concours 101................................................................17

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

Time Trial #3 & AX #3 Results ...................................20

Copper Canyon Fest.....................................................23


Trivia Contest..................................................................7

In Loving Memory of June Goochey...........................8

Hydraulic Clutch Master Cylinder (Part 1) ..............12

Day August - Events

7 Board Meeting (p. 2)

15 Happy Hour (p. 2)

17 Post Parade Dinner Social (p. 2)

20 Plano and Bedford Lunches (p. 5)

24-25 Lake Retreat Round-Up (p. 3)

27 Addison Lunch (p. 5)

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 (p. 11)

24 Addison Lunch

28 Exotic Feline Tour


Dennis Chamberlain,

Robert Van Buskirk, Mark Gluck,

Michael Wingfield,

Kevin Hardison, Gary Coots,

& Wendy Shoffit

Cover Photo

Linda Bambina leading the annual water

balloon toss at the Father’s Day Picnic

Photo by Teri Davis.

Day October - Events

5-6 Time Trial #5 and 6

9 Board Meeting

7-8 Lone Star DE @ TWS

19 Autocross (Local?)

15 Plano and Bedford Lunches

17 Happy Hour

19 Swap Meet

29 Addison Lunch

Day November - Events

2 Charity Autocross

6 Board Meeting

9 Founder’s Day

16 Lone Star DE @ TWS

19 Plano & Bedford Lunches

21 Happy Hour

23 Tour to Winnsboro

26 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


August 15

Railhead Smokehouse

5220 Hwy. 121 S. in Colleyville

(on the west side of 121)




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

By the time you are reading this,Wendy, Jasmine,

and I (and at least 30 of our Maverick friends)

will be in Boise for Parade. We are looking

forward to the full (and I do mean full!) week of

activities, but not necessarily the long drive. Parts of

the drive up will be fun for me, as I will stop in

several towns in Wyoming where I was raised. It

should be interesting to see what 25 years has done to

the places I used to live. I sure know what the 25 years has done to me!

As per our bylaws, the nominating committee for next

year’s officers has been formed. Lanean Hughes will chair it,

with Wendy Shoffit and Bill Dugan serving as well. If you want to run for

an office (President, Vice-President, Secretary, or Treasurer), be sure to let

one of them know (see the contact info in the front of Slipstream for

email addresses and phone numbers). You can also reach ALL of them

by sending an email to

I just got back from the second monthly Bedford Lunch for those of

us working and living in 817-land. We nearly doubled attendance – we

jumped up to 9 luncheoners from only 5 at last months. Of course last

month, I didn’t give much notice! So if you want to come to the Bedford

Lunch, remember it is on the 3rd Tuesday at the Good Eats in Bedford

just South of 183 on Bedford Road.

Joel Nannis was at the last Board Meeting and reported we crossed

the 1,000 member barrier! We had hovered within 50 of it for quite some

time, and it looks like we might stay above 1,000 for a while!

Congratulations, Mavericks!

With a few more autocrosses are under our belt, and after a

wheel/tire disaster or two, Wendy and I finally felt like we had a good

racing weekend. At Autocross/Time Trial 3 on June 29 & 30, I ended up

changing tires twice at the event. Back at TMS I discovered a crack in a

wheel, which was part of my only set of 15” wheels. So I had nearly-new

Toyos with no wheels to run them on. I bought a set of 15” Fuchs with

Hoosiers on them, but wanted to save the Hoosiers for later in the year.

And I had corded half a set of my 16” tires. So I mixed a set of 16” wheels

and tires together and ended up with 8” wide wheels with 245/45 tires all

four corners.

I was told this would work, but apparently only after you have tightened

up your suspension. Wendy had volumes of smoke coming out

where the tire rubbed the wheel well under compression. So I put on the

Hoosiers and ran a mix-matched set. They of course warmed at different

speeds and every lap was more than a challenge – it was a full-scale

adventure! So then I put the 15” bright yellow Fuchs with Hoosiers on all

four corners, and Wendy and I never figured out what pressures we

should run or how to drive them. It was a fairly frustrating weekend.

During the two-week period between Autocross weekends, I had the

Hoosiers taken off and the Toyos put on the yellow Fuchs. I got the

pressures dialed in on Saturday and all day Sunday Wendy and I had

an absolute blast. It’s amazing how much fun it can be when a plan

comes together!

...crossed the 1,000 member barrier . . .

I will discuss the Toyo Proxes RA-1s more as the year

progresses, but on Saturday and Sunday, I was running very good times

(for me) and I am pretty sure I was faster on the Toyos than I would have

been on Kumho Victoracers. They make more noise and cost more, but

the stick and longevity just might be worth the tradeoff. I will know more

about longevity later in the year!

One other note on Autocrosses and Time Trials – we are trying some

new things out this year. On October 5th and 6th, we will be having TWO

Time Trials back to back. This will allow some of our Sunday-only

participants to enjoy a Time Trial. And Autocross 6 has been moved from

October 20th to October 19th, and the location will be Mineral Wells - so

we will be having a Saturday Autocross as well this year.

Don’t forget the lunches, the Happy Hours, and the Post-Parade

Wrap-Up Party at the Prairie House on August 17th.

So come on out, and join the fun!

Photo by Kevin Hardison

James fighting his “challenging” wheel/tire combination at TT#3.



Email: or

FAX at (817) 267-4939










Because I Said So

by Wendy Shoffit, Editor

Where to start this month? I would like

to thank so many Maverick members

for their sympathy and compassion

towards me and my family after the sudden

death of my mother. I’m still reeling from it,

but having so many friends offering me such

reassuring words has helped. I don’t know what

I would do without so many people to keep me

strong. I am truly blessed in my life. My mother knew it and was

happy for me. I hope I can make her proud.

As they say, must go on. I’m proud to announce

that Matt Platts has volunteered to be next year’s editor. With

Parade 2004 being in Fort Worth, I will be extremely busy with

that. I know that Matt will do an excellent job!

I’d like to talk about what a great time I had driving at the

MSR DE (I enjoyed people telling me how FAST I was and not

just how smooth I was). I’d also love to mention how much fun

it was at the last Time Trial and Autocross (once James got all the

tire problems worked out). The Father’s Day Picnic would also be

nice to cover (it was amazing at the Ruehs’ house). I’d love to get

into all these events, but I’m really pressed for space in this issue.

Suffice it to say that I’ve been having a lot of fun, which is just

what my mother would have wanted me to do. While her body

won’t be able to go with us to Parade this year, her spirit will be

with us, loving every minute of it.

Maverick Minutes

by Andy Mears, Secretary

The July Board meeting was held on July 9

at the always festive and friendly home of

Wendy and James Shoffit. The pre-meeting

dinner included a variety of foods as well as a very

special chocolate cake; the cake alone was worth the

trip. James got the meeting started at 7:03 and

quickly launched into his agenda.

The first order of business was a motion

requesting approval to spend money for the construction of radio

charging trays for the new radios. The motion passed and we hope to

see the new charging trays in action at the next driving event. Now

that our region has more (new) radios, other car clubs have asked to

borrow them for their driving events. So the next order of business

was to permit the rental of the region’s radios to other car clubs for a

rental fee per event.

Cody Sears and Bill Dugan reported on the June AX/TT

weekend. Everyone had a great time despite the rain. Several Ford

Contour drivers participated as well.

Maverick Region is celebrating its 40th Anniversary and PCA

National has sent custom-made window stickers to commemorate the

occasion. Stickers will be handed out at all the events, so if you want

one you need to attend any of the numerous events including Happy

Hours, Driving Events, Lunches and Board Meetings.

In Loving Memory of

June Goochey

June 9, 1944 - July 5, 2002

We may never understand why someone

caring, kind, and good

Would have to leave us long before we

ever thought they would,

Yet, comfort comes in knowing God

is with us every day

And grieves with us when one so full

of goodness slips away.

And so, we trust His steadfast love

through sorrow, pain, and fears,

As He holds us gently in His arms

and wipes away our tears.

Emily Matthews

Thanks to all of you who

have provided warmth

and comfort to the Shoffit

family as we mourn the

loss of my mother.

Teri Davis updated us on the status of the summer retreat

scheduled for August 23,24,25. She reported that everything is ready

to go and if you wish to come cool off at The Cliffs Resort on Possum

Kingdom Lake contact Teri Davis as soon as possible so that you don’t

miss out on any of the festivities. Check out the Maverick web site for

all the details.

Joel Nannis reported that Maverick Region has finally broken

past the 1000 member mark and is still growing! If you are one of the

many new members or even one that has been around for a few years,

come out to any of the social and driving events and meet some of

your fellow Porsche enthusiasts.

The Meeting closed at 8:15. Join us next board meeting August 7.

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 Saltgrass

by Craig Smith

Even though Chris (my mother)

and I have been the proud

owners of a 1990 blue on white

Carrera 2 cabriolet for twelve years, we

just recently became members of the

club. We have attended two tours

guided by the grand master of touring

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain, himself, Ted Glover, and we are anticipating

the next with great excitement.

Dee Lersch, and Mark Gluck

But enough background on us - on to the business of the happy hour.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

...Maverick Region’s very own mascot ...

Chris & Craig Smith

We have now attended three Maverick Region happy hours,

planned by Dennis Chamberlain. This one, at the Saltgrass Steak

House, had a good turnout, with about thirty-five members and

fifteen Porsches decorating the parking lot. Saltgrass is one of the

many new restaurants you might see while driving to the airport.

The evening began with a surprise door prize presented by Brent

Yager. The prize consisted of two tickets to see Trisha Yearwood the

following night. As luck would have it, I was the first of many to raise

my hand. Thanks, Brent – the show was unbelievable.

But speaking of shows, next came the Maverick Region’s very

own mascot, “Kiwi”. Carol Frank, who was bird-sitting, surprised

everyone by bringing this bright green parrot to the shindig. Colorful

chirps of happiness could be heard throughout the night. The food

and company were great too. Due to the large size of our group, the

service wasn’t particularly fast, which gave the people at my table time

to really get to know one another. That, of course, is the reason

people come in the first place -- to meet interesting people with a

wide range of backgrounds and similar interests.

We’re looking forward to the August 15 Happy Hour, which will

be at the Railhead Smokehouse in the mid cities area.

Photo by Mark Gluck

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Sharon & Paul Norwood

Carol Frank and “Kiwi”



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Maverick Region invites you to our PCA Driver

Education event at Motorsport Ranch,,

located in Cresson, Texas on highway

377, 16 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 DE

information on the Maverick Region web site

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 August 10th postmark dates. No postage

Mail Application with check to:

Michael Wingfield, Registrar

3805 Clearwater Court

Plano, Texas 75025

972-491-2766 before 9:00pm



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 #


Driver Education At MotorSport Ranch

Sept. 21-22, 2002

Sponsored by:

Postmark Date: August 10, 2002 – Cost: $195 per driver

meters, please. Note new registrar below. The cost is

$195 each driver, 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 Individual Entrant, please, even if sharing car!

**** Friday Barbeque ****

has been moved to Saturday

Join us for a cookout Saturday evening back at the

track after the event at 7:00pm. If it’s too hot, we will be

inside in the newly completed (with SpeedChannel)

upstairs clubhouse, which holds 150 people. Clean up at

your hotel or right at the track (showers and plenty of

hot water). There will be beer and soft drinks included

as well. Please let us know below if you’ll join us

Saturday, and the $10.00 per person covers everything.

This is our last racetrack event for 2002!

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 SAT. evening Barbeque? NO YES If Yes, please add $10.00 per person incl entrant.


Hydraulic Clutch Master Cylinder - Part 1: Inspection

By Michael Wingfield

Photo by Michael Wingfield

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Hydraulic

Clutch Master Cylinder, But Were Afraid to Ask (Part One)

This three-part article covers the inspection and replacement

of a hydraulic clutch master cylinder in the front-engine,

water-pumping family of Porsche cars. Part One details the

identification and inspection of a hydraulic clutch master cylinder

for the purpose of identifying leaks. Part two of this article covers

the steps to remove the hydraulic clutch master cylinder for replacement

or rebuilding. Finally, Part Three of this article describes the

installation of the hydraulic clutch master cylinder and bleeding the

hydraulic clutch system.

Have you ever spent time looking for fluid leaks in your car?

If you participate any of the PCA driving events, you have seen a

car technical inspection form (tech sheet). One of the items

addressed on the tech sheet focuses on fluid leaks. Specifically, the

Driver’s Education (DE) tech sheet states:

Fluids – NO DRIPPING LEAKS of any fluid of any type;

appropriate levels and proper fluid types

The Autocross (AX) and Time Trial (TT) tech sheet has

similar wording, but implies the fluid be checked in the engine

compartment. I expect most people look inside the engine bay,

under the car, and possibly in the trunk for fluid leaks when

inspecting a car for a PCA driving event, or as part of regular

highway maintenance. But how often have you looked inside the

passenger compartment for fluid leaks?

If your car has a firewall-mounted hydraulic clutch master

cylinder, then you should also inspect the foot-well of your car

for clutch master cylinder leaks. These hydraulic clutch master

cylinders appear on the 924S, 928, 944, 951, and 968 series cars.

Note that the early 924 and 931 series cars had a cable-driven

mechanical clutch, so this article does not apply to those cars. This

article covers the inspection and the replacement of the hydraulic

clutch master cylinder in the above-mentioned series of cars, and

details the steps as performed on my 1986 951.

Figure 1


Inspect the clutch master cylinder, the high-pressure line, and

the brake fluid feed line for leaks by looking inside the engine bay.

The clutch master cylinder mounts to the firewall, located on

the driver side and slightly below the brake master cylinder and

brake booster. Depending on the year, model, and specific options

on your car, the clutch master cylinder may be easily visible or

considerably hidden beneath numerous hoses and other devices.

...inside the passenger compartment for

fluid leaks . . .

Perhaps the best method for locating the clutch master

cylinder is to identify and follow the clutch fluid feed hose, colored

light blue if a Porsche part, from the driver side of the brake

fluid reservoir down to the top of the clutch master cylinder. For

example, Figure 1 shows the placement of a very well hidden

clutch master cylinder in my 1986 951. Within Figure 1, label “A”

identifies the brake fluid reservoir, label “B” identifies the brake

booster, and the arrows from label “C” point to the blue gravity

feed hose from the side of the brake fluid reservoir to the top of

the clutch master cylinder. Note that the clutch master cylinder is

not directly visible, but well hidden behind other components.

Check the forward end of the clutch master cylinder for leaks

at the high-pressure line (looks like a steel brake line). Also check

the top of the clutch master cylinder for leaks from the blue hose

supplying fluid. This top hose

connection has a plastic fitting

set in a rubber seal. The rubber

seal works as a stress relief and

vibration damper for the blue

hose connection. Finally look

at the firewall (rear) end of the

clutch master cylinder for any

signs of leakage into the

engine bay.

To inspect the pushrod

end and the bellows of the

clutch master cylinder, look

up inside the foot well of the

interior of the car, between the

clutch pedal and the firewall.

If the clutch master cylinder is

leaking from the piston end of

the cylinder, the bellows will

trap the fluid for a while.

Figure 2

However, actuating the clutch pedal will eventually cause the

fluid to leak onto the sound proofing material on the firewall

immediately below the bellows. Figure 2 illustrates the clutch

master cylinder bellows and pushrod as viewed from inside the

foot well. Within Figure 2, label “A” identifies the bellows on the

push rod that connects the clutch piston to the clutch pedal; label

“B” identifies a stain caused by brake fluid leaking onto the sound

proofing material on the firewall.


If you discover fluid in or on the bellows, or a stain on the

sound proofing material (especially a damp stain), then you

should replace the clutch master cylinder. While not a difficult

task, replacing the clutch master cylinder does require many

different but common tools and the ability to contort fingers and

other body parts into abnormal positions. Having a pair of small

hands to assist you will also be of great benefit.


Before beginning the task of removing and replacing a leaking

clutch master cylinder, it is good practice to take inventory of

your available tools. If you are like me, all too often you start a

job only to find that you are missing a tool necessary to completing

the task. Below, appears a list of the tools needed to replace the

hydraulic clutch master cylinder. As mentioned above, the tools

are common, but you will need many. Along with each tool

appears a brief description of the use for the specific tool:

Miscellaneous tools:

Common screwdrivers – hose clamps

Phillips screwdrivers – hose clamps, engine pan

Vice grips – to pinch fluid hose

Brake bleeder hose & fluid catch container – system bleed

Utility knife – to cut reservoir hose

Optional (but recommended)

i. Large rubber hammer – always handy

ii. Silicone sealant – alternative to a new gasket

iii. Dielectric grease – electrical connections

iv. Rubber brake line plug – prevent leaks

v. Brake system pressure bleeder – system bleed


7 mm – clutch slave bleeder valve

8 mm – starter hot wire, clutch master

cylinder pushrod

12 mm brake line wrench – high pressure

line to clutch master cylinder

13 mm – starter ground, pushrod lock nut

17 mm - starter heat shield

19 mm – starter mounting bolts


8 mm deep – starter heat shield

10 mm – engine pan bolts, clutch master cylinder

mounting nuts

12-inch socket extension

Socket Universal swivel joint



Below appears a list of parts needed to replace the clutch

master cylinder. The parts apply specifically to my 1986 951, so

your specific part number may vary.

Clutch Master Cylinder (PN: 477.721.171)

Gasket (PN: 928.423.191.00)

Reservoir hose (PN: 999.181.021.50)

Brake fluid

This concludes Part One of this series. Next time, in Part

Two, we remove the leaking hydraulic clutch master cylinder.

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Chuck Machala

Noby Takahashi

George Edwards

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Hill Bullock

Darron Shaffer

Glen Gatlin

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Bob Benson

Jim Meyer

Dan Gage

Lou Ann Mitts

Jimmy Hays


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n - Motorsport Ranch - June 2002

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Carl Amond

David Pang

Keith Bird

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Doug Molny

Fran Ussery

Jim Chadwick

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Michael Paton

Steve Kent

Wendy Shoffit waving her left hand at the corner

workers during her cool down lap.

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sor of this DE!

Bill Dawson

Robert Van Buskirk

Keith Olcha waving his left tire at the

camera man during a hot lap!

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Concours 101

By Gary Coots

About 20 people attended the Maverick Region's first Concours

101 on Saturday, June 15, at the Porsche Store in Plano. Our host

was Quentin Forge (of The Porsche Store Detail Shop), who is a

wealth of information when it comes to detailing cars. His well-organized

crew demonstrated the step-by-step detailing process.

We registered for a drawing first off, to see which lucky recipient

would get a free detail job. Ed Mayo was the winner, and his green

'71 Targa was the car used by the Porsche Store to demonstrate the

detailing process. Here's a crash course on how it's done.

Before you begin, make sure you have two or three fresh, clean

wash mitts. It's a good idea to have two separate buckets: one with two

or three clean wash mitts in a soapy solution, and another bucket with

the dirty mitts.At The Porsche Store, they use cotton terry wash mitts.

Some folks debate whether it's best to use cotton mitts or sponges.

The first step is to wash the wheels and rocker panels thoroughly,

using a soft brush or mitt and mild, spray-on de-greasers. Next, rinse

the wheels and the car body, soap it up from top down, and rinse

again. After the car is scrubbed down and rinsed off, chamois it dry.

Some owners prefer to use cloth diapers or 100 percent cotton

towels to dry the car off. Whichever is used, it must be clean to avoid

scratching the paint. I personally use a water blade to whisk away

excess water before drying with chamois. A tip we learned from the

Porsche Store is the use of compressed air after drying, to blow the

rest of the water out from the cracks and crevices.

Photo by Gary Coots

A demonstration using the proper brush to clean the wheels.

and clean, and you can also spray it with the lubricant during

kneading. The whole car can be clayed before wiping the lubricant

off, if desired. After the clay bar procedure, examine the surface for

additional imperfections, or for stubborn bird or bug spots. Wash

Solutions recommends Meguiar's Medallion Premium Paint Cleaner,

which worked great during the demonstration.

Now you're ready for waxing. Using a dual-action rotary buffer

to apply the wax, Quentin used a #26 high-tech yellow wax and

applied a very thin layer to avoid a chalky buildup. The newest thing

to wipe off the wax after it dries to a haze is a micro-fiber towel,

available for around $2.00. These towels are about one square foot in

size and will do the whole car without scratching it. They are also

machine washable (no fabric softener) and take up much less room

than large, fluffy bath towels.

...for stubborn bird or bug spots . . .

Photo by Gary Coots

Tony Mitchell claying Ed Mayo’s winning car.

Next we learned the very important process of cleaning the

paint. Tony Mitchell and Richard Guimond from Wash Solutions

were very helpful in showing how to use products to pull imperfections

from the surface.The first step in paint purification is the proper

use of a clay bar, which lifts contaminants from the paint. The bar

costs about $18, so it's a good idea to work with a piece about the

size of an Oreo cookie. That way, if you drop it, you'll have more;

dropping it on the ground picks up too much dirt to safely use on the

car finish, so you have to throw it away. Work the clay into a pliable

disk shape and NEVER use without a liquid lubricant. The lubricant

used in the demonstration was Meguiar's Final Inspection #34. Work

in a two-foot square area. Spray the Final Inspection on the paint surface

and very lightly rub the clay back and forth across the paint. Do

NOT use a circular motion. The clay should glide smoothly and

effortlessly. If not, you have not applied enough lubricant or are

pressing too hard. Also, knead the clay continually to keep it pliable

The interior is also very important and needs to be thoroughly

cleaned, from the headliner to the carpet, even under the seats.

Cleaning the glass is always the final step. Ed has judged concourses

before, and I asked about commonly overlooked areas. He mentioned

underneath the doors and the tops of sun visors. Also, the wax

buildup around the exterior rubber trim can be cleaned using a

short-bristled detailing brush, which looks sort of like a 2 inch-wide

paint brush that has had it's bristles trimmed to a half-inch long. The

rubber trim around the windows and windshield should be cleaned

and dressed with Q-tips. Lift the edge of the rubber and go around

the windshield with a Q-tip, then apply a dressing such as Armour-All,

Vinylex or Meguiar's Vinyl and Rubber cleaner/conditioner.

A note about Meguiar's products: - they make a consumer line

and a professional line. The consumer line is available from places

such as Target and Wal-Mart, but the professional line is only

available on-line or from a specialty shop such as Wash Solutions.

"Concours 101: The Art of Caring for Your Porsche" was

certainly informative and interesting. I enjoyed seeing Wash

Solutions' unique mobile store and learning tips from Tony and

Richard. Special thanks to MRPCA member Jimmy Carter for

organizing it, and The Porsche Store for being such good hosts.

Website for Wash Solutions is and of

course The Porsche Store's is


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June 1 Tech Session at Park Place

By Robert Van Buskirk

June’s Tech Session focused on the Porsche 944/968. Alan

Lage was kind enough to offer his car for belt replacements

and other services performed. However, since Alan wasted

his clutch at Texas Motor Speedway a “clutch session” was

added. John Cochran was also kind enough to add his cooked

brakes as a discussion point.

After lunch, with a new clutch installed, they went through

the specifics of timing belts, which was very interesting.

As usual Park Place provided a light breakfast, wonderful

Porsche logo merchandise, and offered special discounts

during the event. They provided pizza for lunch. The work and

great questions continued long after the noon hour.

Look for future Park Place Tech sessions on page 6.

Photo by Robert Van Buskirk

The “clutch session”

This session was very interesting even for the 993 and

Boxster owners because Jimmy Hays and his Tech., Robert

Kennedy provided many physical examples of clutch

components destroyed in many unusual ways. One complete

assembly that they showed us was totally destroyed in less then

100 abusive miles. The lesson here was never loan your Porsche

to anyone. It should be pointed out Alan’s clutch, which gave

him 100,000 miles, was worn appropriately.

. . . totally destroyed in less than 100

abusive miles . . .

Photo by Robert Van Buskirk

Clutch parts for the 968.


Since we all just had the TMS DE experience of really using

our brakes, we had a lively conversation regarding brake pads,

various types, manufacturers, and what we should expect for

performance from each.

Photo by Robert Van Buskirk



My wallet? It’s over there... why?


My First Autocross

By Casey Todd

Okay so it’s not really my first autocross. I’m an avid

Oklahoma SCCA autocrosser. It was, however, my first

PCA autocross, and boy was it so much fun.

As I was working a corner while the other group was driving, I

saw how Charlie, Cody, James, and others take the turns and

thought, “I can do that, no problem.” Well there was a problem, it

was raining and I’ve never raced at such high speeds. I found that

instructor Cody Sears was great. So, I’m at the starting line and I

do a typical SCCA start. I get off to a great start and turn in an all

right time of 78 seconds. It was fun, but I was a little timid.

I spun twice during my second run and gave Cody a ride for

his life. My third and fourth runs were probably my best of the day,

but both times the timer didn’t work. I was a little disappointed

but, hey, you live with it. My next lap wasn’t that great because I hit

two cones. My fourth lap probably could’ve been my best, but I

ruined it pretty soon by spinning out, so the rest of the run I drove

my heart out and did everything else better than ever. I would like

to thank Cody for being my instructor, and teaching me what to do

in certain situations at that speed.

I would have liked to have stayed for the afternoon session and

driven in the downpour but my dad’s car had a problem with it so

we had to go home. I loved it here though, and am ready to race

again (even though I hate the drive from Oklahoma).

I would also like to thank Charlie, James, Wendy, and others

for helping me get this chance to drive in PCA autocrosses at

sixteen years old. Not long ago they let me write an article about

how PCA should let sixteen-year-olds drive, like SCCA. Without

them I would still be watching everyone from the sidelines wanting

so badly to drive. Thanks very much you guys and ladies.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photos by Kevin Hardison

John Halla trailbraking in to the chicane at the Saturday Time Trial.

Keith Olcha had a TTOD in his RS America on Saturday . . .

and a win in the crowded Class S7 on Sunday in his new grey Boxster.

...ruined it pretty soon by spinning ...

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Casey Todd charging the finish line with Cody Sears along for the ride!

Keerthi Heragu enjoying fun runs during the rain shortened Sunday AX.

Photo by Kevin Hardison

Photo by Kevin Hardison

David Baker on course with his Class 4 competitor, Eric Erz, in the background.

Charlie Davis’ green 914 2.0 liter doing it’s best “frog” imitation.


Photo by Kevin Hardison

Time Trial #3 Results

Class Car # Name Car Time Plc Pts.

Class 2

1 Sears, Cody Red 914 79.348 1 9

Class 3

31 Lockas, Mike White 944 80.630 1 9

Class 4

332 Baker, David White 911 T 81.806 1 9

21 Halla, John Tangerine 911E 84.181 2 7

Class S4

102 Erz, Eric Brown 911E 82.255 1 9

Class 5

64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 77.303 1 9

Class 5L

89 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 81.259 1 9

Class 6

311 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 76.475 1 9

68 Lage, Alan Black 968 80.348 2 7

161 Randall, Rick Black 911 Carerra 81.057 3 5

62 Boone, Rick Maroon 944 Turbo81.539 4 4

750 Graidage, Colin Red 911 Targa 83.371 5 3

Class S6

76 Miller, Bill Black 911 Coupe 81.962 1 9

337 Campbell, Bill Red Boxster 87.475 2 7

Class 7

257 Takahashi, Noby Silver Boxster S 79.104 1 9

Class 8

99 Steele, Mark Red 993 75.721 1 9

Class 8L

9 Steele, Lisa Red 993 79.791 1 9

Class 10

111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 80.144 1 9

Class 13

27 Olcha, Keith Blue 911 RS America 74.603 1 9

242 Shaffer, Darron W-Green Boxster S 86.706 2 7

Class OA

818 Yamada, Dean Blue F150 82.076 1

Class OJ

191 Esmond, Greg Blue S2000 76.794 1

20 Rierson, David Silver S2000 77.868 2

74 Garner, Gabby White WRX 81.365 3

Class DD

61 Bridges, Michael Blue Corvette 82.029

227 Edwards, Scott Black 911 C4 85.398

222 Edwards, George Black 911 C4 88.315

Top Time Of Day Men : Olcha, Keith Class 13 Time 74.603

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Steele, Lisa Class 8L Time 79.791

Chuck Machala fueling/dispelling his Boxster’s “illegally enhanced”

rumors by placing third in the Top Drivers standings - Saturday in

the dry and Sunday in the pouring rain!

Time Trial - Top 10 Autocross - Top 10

Olcha, Keith 74.603

Steele, Mark 75.721

Machala, Chuck 76.475

Esmond, Greg 76.794

Shoffit, James 77.303

Rierson, David 77.868

Takahashi, Noby 79.104

Sears, Cody 79.348

Steele, Lisa 79.791

Hardison, Kevin 80.144

Sears, Cody 63.047

Hollinsworth, Jim 64.45

Machala, Chuck 64.709

Shoffit, James 65.527

Olcha, Keith 65.729

Castillo, Ben 65.829

Steele, Mark 65.947

Davis, Charlie 66.167

Lockas, Mike 66.217

Sutton, Jerry 66.86

Autocross #3 Results

Class Car # Name Car Time Plc Pts.

Class 2

1 Sears, Cody Red 914 63.047 1 9

37 Davis, Charlie Green 914 66.167 2 7

Class 3

31 Lockas, Mike White 944 66.217 1 9

Class 4

54 Sutton, Jerry Red 911T 66.860 1 9

332 Baker, David white 911 T 67.449 2 7

102 Erz, Eric Brown 911E 68.044 3 5

Class 5

64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 65.527 1 9

Class 5L

89 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 71.098 1 9

Class 6

311 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 64.709 1 9

34 Todd, Richard White 944 Turbo 68.832 2 7

161 Randall, Rick Black 911 Carerra 69.754 3 5

3111 Machala, Charles Silver Boxster 69.869 4 4

96 McKay, Dan Black 911 70.263 5 3

Class S6

76 Miller, Bill Black 911 Coupe 69.849 1 9

176 Miller, Grant Black 911 Coupe 72.837 2 7

Class 7

257 Takahashi, Noby Silver Boxster S 67.328 1 9

Class S7

27 Olcha, Keith Grey Boxster S 65.729 1 9

67 Saunders, Randy Red 911 C2 67.291 2 7

619 Johnson, Rocky Silver Boxster S 69.169 3 5

66 Saunders, Hiram Red 911 C2 69.350 4 4

72 Heragu, Keerthi Yellow Boxster S 71.049 5 3

Class 8

99 Steele, Mark Red 993 65.947 1 9

Class 8L

9 Steele, Lisa Red 993 70.960 1 9

Class 13

242 Shaffer, Darron W-Green Boxster S74.077 1 9

Class 17

211 Swanson, John Blue 914-6 74.737 1 9

Class OA

171 Hollinsworth, James Black Corvette 64.450 1

23 Castillo, Ben Red S40 65.829 2

67 Mimlitch, David Red Contour SVT 67.321 3

618 Boner, Tony Blk Contour SVT 68.105 4

761 Taylor, Robbie Blk Contour SVT 68.233 5

550 Kilburn, Vern Red Contour SE 68.666 6

149 Stawski, Tim Blk Contour SVT 69.009 7

13 Walker, Emery Red Contour SVT 70.094 8

030 Dollagaray, Erick Blk Contour SVT 71.794 9

911 Morley, Ross Red Contour SVT 75.042 10

85 Milligan, Kris Champ Contour SE 75.345 11

456 Hoffman, Bob White Mustang 75.737 12

10 Mata, Juan Blue Contour SE 80.091 13

Class OAL

71 Sowell, Leslie Black Corvette 75.643 1

401 Hughes, Lanean Silver Firebird 79.407 2

Class OG

88 Name Withheld Arctic Gray 325is 72.803 1

Class OJ

74 Garner, Gabby White WRX 71.425 1

Class SOJ

186 Williams, Mitch Red Miata 67.871 1

Class DD

227 Edwards, Scott Black 911 C4 73.935

999 Name Withheld Red 328is 75.000

222 Edwards, George Black 911 C4 75.196

212 Swanson, Allen Yellow 914 79.117

134 Pinkerton, William Silver Contour 82.092

Top Time Of Day Men : Sears, Cody Class 2 Time 63.047

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Steele, Lisa Class 8L Time 70.960


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Copper Canyon Fest

By Charlie Davis

Caveat: No animals, children, or Porsches were injured during the

writing of this article. Some names have been changed to protect the

guilty. Editorial license was stretched to the limit and has currently been

revoked. All opinions are those of the author and do not represent

the attitudes, prejudices, and stereotypes of the Region at large or

management in particular. In other words, it's a figment and the

humor-challenged should read elsewhere.

It's traditional to get together on Father's Day and throw water

balloons until half of us are wet. Never seems to be the half with

swimsuits on. This year, we continued that tradition, but avoided

our long-time, traditional venue, the Casey's homestead, in beautiful,

downtown Copper Canyon (the community). Seems they tore up

their place and could not put it back together in time. So we moved

upstream, to the headwaters of Hickory Creek. The Rueh's live

'round there, near Copper Canyon (the geologic feature in the

ground) and were our gracious hosts.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

The only group that was neatly arranged.

Rich's car, named "Ol' Yeller", is a phenomenon. It is wildly

loved by lay people. We of the 914 persuasion (disease?) debate "why"

incessantly, especially those of us with green, blue, and red paint.

Nobody knows! Ol' Yeller is certainly greater than the sum of it's parts.

It's triumph proves that PCA and MR in particular are NOT infected

with the NARP syndrome! If you are confused by the "NARP"

acronym, perhaps thinking it's a federal marijuana sting or rival to

AARP, you need to educate yourself by reading more ads (see P. 28).

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Conspiracy or not, Emily De Jong and Jasmine Shoffit

were happy to win the water balloon contest!

We traditionally have a dogs and what ever bringins

we liberate from home. We also monitor and occasionally rescue the

kids from the pool. Then, there is the Car Show. Did they call it a

Concours this year? If not, perhaps we should consider a name

change. How about Car Show de Elegance?

All this leads to the facts: we had a record turnout. Wendy

stopped counting at 100! Then there were the 25 cars displayed in a

haphazard arrangement on the the occupants were in a

hurry to get somewhere else. In spite of the casual appearance, the

wide variety of bright colors was stunning.

Don't take the above as a condemnation of Jimmy Carter, who

orchestrated the Car Show...he did a great job. He was simply overwhelmed

by the number of yellow cars! The alleged speed advantage

of yellow cars resulted in many entrants racing into position. Some

owners of slower colors refuse to admit defeat easily.

Whatever...most of the cars that did swap paint, were the same

boring shade of yellow, so nobody noticed.

The judging by the hungry, wet pod, was predictable...only those

fast, yellow cars were seriously considered. It was a clean sweep for

yellow! Alan Lage won the "Favorite" category in his 2-week-old 996

(yellow) and Rich Johnson won the "Cleanest" category in his

32-year-old 914 (yellow). I just can't understand how a Porsche only

2-weeks off the boat can be dirty? I know that I, for one, voted for

Alan's car as "Cleanest"...

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

...NOT infected with the NARP

syndrome . . .

But the basackward assignment of awards is almost like

Ol' Yeller won BOTH the categories and "management" made an

executive decision to give one of the categories to the runner up . . .

then they got confused and switched the awards...or something. Do

you share my love of conspiracy theories? Niet?

Then how do you explain Jasmine Shoffit and Emily De Jong winning

the Balloon Toss, other than a trick, unbreakable water balloon? I

heard it was a parental conspiracy . . . either that, or Lanean did it?

To stir the pot some more, if we can wash and show cars on

Father's Day, why can't we do something fun on Mother's

a Hard Parts Swap Meet or Seat-o-the-Pants Autocross or Street

Race? But NO! So much for equality of the sexes...

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by Joel Nannis, Membership Chair

Brian & Tobi Amond

1401 Plantation

Fort Worth, TX 76092

1985 944

Charles Anthony

4421 Donnelly

Fort Worth, TX 76107

1982 928

Youri Bebic

4214 Buena Vista #4

Dallas, TX 75205

1999 986

Brock & Lary Lou Butler

4012 Tumbril Lane

Plano, TX 75023

1971 911

Charles & Debbie Chilcoat

5820 Mossbox Trail

Dallas, TX 75252

2001 996

Michele & Kevin Davis

9450 Old Decatur Road

Fort Worth, TX 76179

1972 911

James & Carol Drakeley

7515 Overdale Drive

Dallas, TX 75254

2002 986

Jean Marie Fey

5004 Rockford Drive

Plano, TX 75023

1987 944


Jeff & Susan Good

808 Sylvania

Dallas, TX 75218

1998 986

Jami Greenville & George


1708 Sutters Mill Drive

Carrollton, TX 75007

2002 986

Brian & Terrie Guitard

601 Nelson Court

Plano, TX 75025

1999 986

Wally & Vicki Hardin

100 S West

Arlington, TX 76010

1991 911

Ronald & Doreen Kent

566 Cheshire Drive

Coppell, TX 75019

2000 986

Neil Klumpers

3737 Cole Avenue #262

Dallas, TX 75204

1973 911

Vince Martinez & Mark Williams

432 Leisure Lane

Coppell, TX 75019

2002 986

Daniel McKay & Mary Holdcroft

2602 River Oaks

Arlington, TX 1984 911

1984 911

Last month’s anniversaries were reported in error.

So, this month includes those for July and August 2002.

5 Years

Darrell & Monika Horny ..................................Dallas

Eric Carnegie.......................................Flower Mound

Mike & Kimberly Oakes..........................Duncanville

Garlon & Gregory Frost ................................Addison

Branton & Kimberly Worrell.............................Plano

Graham & Ann Lane...................................Southlake

Richard & Barbara Burch................Marco Island, FL

Michael Richardson & Betty Feir...............Texarkana

Chuck & Michelle Schreiber..............................Plano

James & Michele Lynch ......................Flower Mound

Michael & Deborah Sauer .........................Colleyville

David & Tricia Phillips .................................Sherman

Steven & Judy Cole............................................Dallas

David & Mark McKenzie

2633 Regal Road

Plano, TX 75075

1986 944

Anne McKeel & Sam Morris

6105 Park Meadow Lane

Plano, TX 75093

1997 986

Sonny Morgan

4129 Walnut Meadows Lane

Dallas, TX 75229

2002 911

Jose & Monica Rivera

6401 Riverside Drive

Plano, TX 75024

2002 986

Terry & Claire Rock

1408 E Jeter Road

Bartonville, TX 76226

2002 996

Gregory & Debra Smith

25 W Remington Drive

Highland Village, TX 75077

2002 996

Jerry & John Smith

2224 Blue Sage Drive

Flower Mound, TX 75028

1986 911

Scott Spates

PO Box 525

124 S College Avenue

Justin, TX 76247

1975 911

Roger Sybrowsky

1301 Chatsworth Ct E

Colleyville, TX 76034

1964 356

Michael Teleha

5647 Purdue

Dallas, TX 75209

2001 986

Neil & Minta Tilden

3800 Brookfield Drive

Plano, TX 75025

2002 986

John & Brandon Waghorne

3409 Colgate

Dallas, TX 75225

1997 986

Eric Wolf

300 Legacy Drive #1435

Plano, TX 75023

1973 914

John & Bonnie Bland

7617 Shadow Wood Drive

North Richland Hills, TX 76108

1975 914

Transferred From Pacific Northwest

David Mixon & Gay Mayfield

5612 Estate Lane

Plano, TX 75094

1989 911

Transferred From Pacific Northwest

Toby Pennycuff

4317 Fawnhollow Drive

Dallas, TX 75244

1974 911

Transferred From Lone Star

10 Years

Charles Embrey .................................................Dallas

Kim & Pam Lackey ...................North Richland Hills

15 Years

Steven & Suji White .............................................Flint

Werner Foltz & Jacqueline Fitch...............Bartonville

Dennis & Liz Mokaren...................................Bedford

Ken & Michelle Berta .....................................De Soto

Charles & Pat Poellet ................................Fort Worth

Mark & Rose Gohlke..........................................Plano

Richard & Carole Diller...................................Killeen

20 Years

Barbara Smith....................................................Dallas

25 Years

John Fulton & Janet Tyson .......................Fort Worth

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and Cleaned/Resealed/Powder Coated/Polished, new Paint, new Wheels and Tires,

White Face Gauges, about 5K miles since above work, new Stereo w/CD,

Stainless Steel Sport exhaust, Sunroof, Garaged, Professionally Maintained,

Interior needs a few touch ups, can finish out to Concours level, $15K OBO (as is),

Call 972.754.5345 or email (1)

1999 427 Shelby Cobra Kit Car – Hottest ride around. Silver with red racing stripe,

red leather interior. Made by Lonestar Classics in Forth Worth. Professionally built

with 1965 FE 428 (bored 0.030), rated around 425 HP, with Edelbrock intake

manifold and Harland Sharp roller-rockers. No top, no A/C, no heater, just lots of

motor. Includes extra set of Firestone Firehawk high performance tires on Team III

all-aluminum psuedo-knock-off rims. 4xxx miles. Asking $32,000 O.B.O. Contact

Hill Bullock at or 972 867-0257. (1)

1978 930 Turbo Silver w/silver/black int. 53,000 miles. Very nice car. recent eng.

rebuild. Brand new clutch, fresh gearbox, lightweight flywheel, shocks, rear tires,

& more. $31.5 obo. Brian Woloshen 214 352-3019. (1)

14' Cargo Trailer. Dual axle. Able to hold 7,000 lbs. $850.00 with auto ramps.

$800. w/o ramps. Brian 214 352-3019 (1)

1991 911 C2 Targa. Grand prix white/blk lea power seats plus blk cloth Recaro

seats, 5-speed, only 17,100 mi, AC, power windows, mirrors, alarm, cruise, dual

airbags,AM/FM/CD, bra, garaged, covered, $36,500. Rick Burleigh, 817-237-2766,

or (1)

1986 944 Turbo WPOAA0952GN154948 Red w/Black interior. 89K. All original.

Garage kept w/car cover. Mobil 1. Dealer serviced & records. Immaculate inside &

out. A must see! $12,400.00 or trade for same condition, older 911. Contact Jerry.

817-431-5078. (1)

1995 993 C2, guards red/black leather int., 6-speed trans., new 17" 996

wheels/michelin pilot tires, sound pkg., chrome exhaust tips, k & n filter, original 17"

alloy wheels, colgan bra, all records, original window sticker, DFW area car, garaged,

no dings or scratches, excellent cond., $45,500, Dave Raffa, 817-579-0893 (1)

1991 911 Carrera 2, 7800 original miles, mint condition always garaged. Red with

tan interior, sun roof, 5 speed, $44,000. Call Steve Haines @ 254-631-0754 or e-mail: (1)

1998 911 C2 Coupe, Last 993, Black/Black, 2 power seats, 18" Technology wheels,

Hi-Fi sound, 16,500 miles, garaged, all records, New rear P-Zero @12K, Excellent,

$60K OBO, Nobuo @972-758-7270, (2)

1990 911 C2 Black Exterior/Tan Interior, 5 spd. 123K Miles, sunroof, a/c, alarm, all

original. Near perfect condition. Runs exceptionally fast. Professionally maintained

by Zims. $19,900. Contact Dan 817-235-7155. (2)

1995 Carrera Coupe, 22K miles, Tiptronic, Black metallic/grey, 17" light allow

wheels, Hi-Fi Sound PKG/10 speakers, active brake differential, sunroof,

computer, 6-CD changer added. Never in shop for repairs, garaged, all records,

great condition. $39.500. 214.999.4757 (day ph.) (2)

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 (2)

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. (3)

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. (3)

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. (3)

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

Mark Johnson by email at (3)

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 (3)

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

interior...also, my brand new Porsche bicycle. Jack Griffin 214-739-2600 (3)

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. (3)

1976 912E Guards Red/tan interior, 131K miles (motor completely rebuilt at 98Kno

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. (3)

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: (3)

Slipstream Advertiser Index

These advertisers support the Maverick Region . . . the Mavericks support these advertisers!

Autoscope (972) 867-7467 Page 10

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

Dallas Auto Sports (214) 320-2228 Page 25

Eurowerks (972) 733-4907 Page 9

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

Metro Volkswagen (972) 659-9999 Page 18

911 Enterprises (972) 241-2002 Page 22

Park Place Porsche (214) 559-4222 Page 6

PartsHeaven (800) 767-7250 Page 16

Pithy Productions (512) 914-3826 Page 25

Royal Purple (800) 364-3025 Page 13

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

Soundwerk (817) 281-9381 Page 26

Ussery Printing (972) 438-8344 Page 18

Watkins Streetworks (940) 270-8000 Page 26

Zim’s Autotechnik (817) 267-4451 B.C.

For ad rates and for more information contact Graham Lane at (817) 421-0141 (work)


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2973 Timbercreek Trail

Ft. Worth, TX 76118

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