Slipstream - April 2003


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

Autocross 102

Time Trial 103

MotorSport Ranch DE

Concours Judges Seminar

Dinner Social at Dos Gringos

Happy Hour at Sherlock’s Pub

April 2003 - Published by Maverick Region

Porsche Club of America



Porsche Perfect Service Award

No.1 in the nation for customer

satisfaction for our second consecutive year

Audi Magna Society

Honoring the top 30 Audi dealerships

Volkswagen Wolfsburg Crest Club

Honoring the top seven Volkswagen

dealerships in six regions

At Boardwalk Auto Group, the brands we offer would

mean very little if our customers didn’t prefer the

brand of customer service they receive from us. This

year, we’re proud to have earned all three of our

manufacturers’ highest awards for delivering the finest

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Volume 44, April 2003, Issue 4


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

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

Road Ramblings (President’s Column)......................5

Curves Ahead (Editor’s Column)...............................8

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

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



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

Upcoming Events

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

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

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

Hill Country Tour ..........................................................2

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

Time Trial #2 and Autocross #2....................................3

Board Meeting ................................................................5

Clark Gardens Open House........................................11

Autocross #3..................................................................11

TMS Club Race & Drivers Education........................13

May at Mayo’s ...............................................................21

Past Event Recaps

Happy Hour at Sherlock’s Pub .....................................9

Zims Swap Meet ...........................................................11

Autocross 102..........................................................14-15

Time Trial 103.........................................................17-19

Dinner Social at Dos Gringos.....................................21

February Drivers Education........................................24

Concours Judges Seminar ...........................................25


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

May TMS DE Registration Form...............................23

Day April - Events

5 Rally

8 Board Meeting

11-13 Hill Country Tour

13 Autocross #2 (TMS)

15 Plano & Bedford Lunches

17 Happy Hour

26 Time Trial #2 (MW)

26-27 LSR Drivers Education (TWS)

27 Whitesboro/Centerville Tour

29 Addison Lunch

Day May - Events

4 Autocross #3 (Penn)

6 Board Meeting

10 May at Mayo’s

15 Happy Hour

17-18 HCR Drivers Education (MSR)

20 Plano & Bedford Lunches

24-26 Maverick Club Race (TMS)

27 Addison Lunch


Matt Platts, Dave Frick,

Dennis Chamberlain

Cover Photo by Matt Platts

Bob Lewis completes a lap around the skidpad

during a run session with his C4S at the

Autocross 102 school in Mineral Wells on

March 8th.

Day June - Events

3 Board Meeting

7 Time Trial #3 (MW)

7-8 Jefferson Tour

7-8 LSR Drivers Education (TWS)

8 Autocross #4 (MW)

12 Happy Hour

15 Father’s Day Picnic

17 Plano & Bedford Lunches

21-22 Mav Drivers Education (MSR)

22-28 Parade - Tampa, Florida

Day July - Events

4 Davis Picnic & Fireworks

8 Board Meeting

12 McKinney Library Concours

13 Autocross #5 (Penn)

15 Plano & Bedford Lunches

17 Happy Hour

19 Rally

20 Tour

26 Post Parade Party

29 Addison Lunch

*Dates subject to change*






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2002 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents


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Peter Kendig (Cindy)



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Brad Bradford (Sandra)

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Bud Thurman (Phyllis)

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Mike Lindsey


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Dick Dobson


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Ron McAtee (Phyllis)

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Keith Olcha

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Leslie Morse (Margee)

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TGI Fridays on Beltline at the Tollway in Addison



2003 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs

Maverick Region President

Keith Olcha

W - (817) 706-7678

H - (817) 251-6865

711 Manchester Court

Southlake, TX 76092

Keith has been a regular at all of our driving

events and has recently been heavily involved

in the planning of our Driver’s Education

program. Keith has also started driving his 911

in PCA Club Races.


Noby Takahashi

W - 972-761-4311

H - 214-327-8911

9201 Garland Road, #115A

Dallas, TX 75218

Noby has been a member since 2000. He is an

active participant in many Maverick driving

events and has helped out with the Autocross

schools. He drives a 2001 Boxster S.


Mimi Spreen

H - 972-420-9953

709 Reno Street

Lewisville, TX 75077

Mimi has been a PCA member since 1989,

including being actively involved in 2 other

regions. She served with husband, Carey,

as Vice President for 2 years. She drives a

1970 914-6.


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

John Sandusky

W - (817) 777-0421

John has been a member since 1986. He has

become increasingly involved in Drivers'

Education events over the past few years. He

drives a track prepared 1990 964 C2.

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 - (940) 381-9070

C - (940) 206-4338

Driving Rules

Bill Dugan

H - (817) 265-0704 (

Road Ramblings

by Keith Olcha, Maverick Region President

Last month I promised I’d give you,in my opinion,my list

of 15 of my favorite greatest Porsches. Well,I will do that

further down the page, but first some miscellaneous

news: 2002 was a record year for 911 (996) sales in North

America, however Boxster sales declined slightly compared to

the previous year. The U.S. will receive an allocation of 1000 of

the new GT3s. I have seen the order guide for this car, and I

am drooling! The specifications are awesome- a car for both

road and track excellence.

Currently, there are 53,000 active members in the Porsche Club of America.

All told, PCA held over 1000 separate events for enthusiasts in the U.S. An event

is a single DE, Autocross, Concours, etc. It is also expected that Cayenne sales

should increase membership in PCA. The introduction is March 17th, and some

of you have already taken test-drives in this ultimate SUV.

As far as events so far since my last column, I’ve been to the Drivers

Education at MotorSport Ranch, and the Autocross 102 class at Mineral Wells.

Both were excellent events and it was nice to get back behind the wheel of my 911.

April 5 marks our first Rally, and there is a driving tour through the Hill County

on April 11-13. We’ve also got an autocross at none-other than the Texas Motor

Speedway bus parking lot on April 13th. There is also a high-speed time-trial at

Mineral Wells on the 26th. As usual there are April lunches and our monthly

Happy Hour as well. Look for details in this issue.

So what about my list of all-time favorites? Okay, my cars fall into two

categories: road cars and race cars. Road cars followed by race cars, in somewhat

particular order:

1) 1973 911 Carrera RS Touring- white with blue inverse Carrera script. A

Euro-only car in its day, it is light, taut, fast, no-power anything (Except brakes). 2.7-

liter engine, the production run was the basis for homologating the RSRs in 1973 and

1974. It is the perfect normally aspirated 911 coupe in terms of looks,throttle response,

and handling.

2) 1955 550/1500 GS Spyder – silver. A race car for the road. James Dean drove

one- the rest is history. Much smaller than a Boxster, but obviously the retro-design

influence. Max Hoffman named the car the Spyder.

3) 1956 Speedster - Carrera GS option, Red. Type 547 four-cam engine option

gave the car 110hp. Max Hoffman did it again. He wanted a car to compete with the

Jaguars of the time, and persuaded Porsche management in 1953 to bring in a cheaper

convertible priced less than the Jags. They chopped the windshield and stripped the car

a bit and named it the Speedster.

4) 1965 904/6 Carrera GTS – Silver. These fiberglass Dino-Ferrari looking

coupes with the 901/20 6-cylinder engine are beautiful from all viewing angles. Hans

Tomala designed this car under the guidance of Butzi Porsche for FIA Group 3 GT class.

Like most GT cars of their era, these were saleable street-legal vehicles produced with

racing homologation in mind. Hey, when your name is Butzi, you’d better produce

some cool cars.

5) 1976 Type 934 – White. A street legal 934, produced as the ultimate development

of the 930 of the time. Besides Group 4 FIA racing, these cars competed in the

Trans-Am in the US in 1977. This car was based on the 1976 Turbo-Carrera with a

three-liter engine producing 485 hp and a body with wide fender flares front and rear.

6) 1988 959 – Silver. Computer-controlled four-wheel drive. Twinturbocharged,

450 horsepower. Adjustable speed-dependent ride-height. Never

allowed to be imported into the US until recently, this car was successful in Porsche’s

rally program and is still an exotic work of art, mechanically and visually.

7) 2002 GT2 – Midnight Blue Metallic. A modern classic. Where can you get this

kind of performance and looks with A/C, stereo, and power everything?

8) 1973 917/30 – Sunoco Can-Am car driven by Mark Donohue for Penske

racing. In it’s day it was faster than Formula 1 cars. It dominated the series, but this was

the last car produced for the last unlimited racing class. 1100 horsepower.

9) 1970 917K – #2 Gulf blue with orange. John Wyer’s team. If you’ve ever

watched the movie LeMans, you know what I’m talking about. If not, rent the movie!

Pedro Rodriguez drove the car that year. Won Daytona, but not LeMans.

10) 1975 RSR - #59 Brumos driven by Peter Gregg and Hurley Haywood. Option

M491 from the factory gave you an RSR. They won the Camel GT series that year. Also

won in SCCA Trans-Am. Brumos and Vasek-Polak were the most heavily involved

dealers in racing through the 70s and 80s. In the 1990s Champion Motors in South

Florida stepped up as a heavily involved dealer.

11) 1978 935/78 – “Moby Dick.” The 935 designation allowed the production

based 934 cars to evolve into “silhouette” racers in 1975 for FIA Group 5 world sports

car racing. These 911 derivatives had to look like production cars but not only could

they have tube-frame chassis; they could also add wild aerodynamic aids.

12) 1981 936-003 - #11, LeMans winner driven by Bell and Ickx. This was an

open cockpit car, with 917 parts, and the type 935/75 engine- taken from the Indy-car

project. 2.65 liters – 620 hp, 1250 lbs.

13) 1983 956 - #3 Rothmans, LeMans winner driven by Holbert, Haywood, and

Schuppan. The 956 and it’s long wheelbase brother the 962 (IMSA) were the most

successful sports cars of all-time in terms of number of overall wins in endurance races

and their ability to be sold by the factory to numerous private entrants. The departed

Al Holbert with his Lowenbrau-sponsored 962 was the perennial IMSA winner in the


14) 1998 GT1 - #26, LeMans winner driven by McNish, Aiello and Ortelli. Last

of the FIA GT1 class endurance racecars. They came to the US at Sebring in 1998.

15) 2002 GT3 - #66, The Racers Group. GT class winner last year at Daytona,

Lemans, and a top-5 finish at Sebring. Like the 962, a factory end-user racecar sold to

dozens of privateer teams.

You can find pictures and read about these cars on the web, or in several

excellent Porsche history books available at Amazon, Classic Motor books, etc. I

hope this list spurs your own favorites and don’t forget to drop me a list of the

Porsches you favor. I can think of 5-10 more I’d list. Till next month, then…


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Curves Ahead

by Matt Platts, Editor

Are you ready for the Time Trial and

Autocross season? I know I am! By

the time you read this, we will have

already had our first Time Trial and Autocross

weekend at Mineral Wells. I’m hearing that

these driving events are expected to fill quickly

this year, so you'd better register soon if you

would like to further sharpen your handling and

course navigation skills.

We are also quickly approaching our next Drivers Education

event to be held at Texas Motor Speedway during our annual

Club Race in May. This particular DE is open to all blue-solo

and above drivers who have participated in previous DEs. For

more information about this event, see page 13 of this issue. The

application to participate in the DE can be found on page 23.

you thought was possible. You will also be exhausted after driving

at your limit for an entire weekend. You can find more information

about the June DE in the ad below and on the Maverick Region

website . Follow the

"Drivers Education" link for information, dates, and enrollment

application forms. The application deadline for the June DE will

be in *early* May. I need to stress how important it will be to get

your application postmarked on the deadline date to get into this

event, it fills up VERY quickly.

Lastly, I want to thank all who helped write articles, build

event ad graphics, and help gather articles and pictures. Thanks

to you, this issue is packed full of great reading!

The Maverick Region’s next instructional event will be the

June MotorSport Ranch Drivers Education. Unlike the Club Race

DE, the June DE is open to ALL members who would like the

opportunity to "learn the line" at MotorSport Ranch’s 1.7 mile,

11-turn road course. If you have never been on the track at MSR,

you should seize this opportunity to explore your car’s handling

limits. Instructors will be available for all students. I encourage

you to get out there and give it a try. You will have more fun than

Maverick Minutes

by Mimi Spreen

The Board Meeting was held on Tuesday, March 4,

2003 at the home of Lisa and Mark Steele and, of

course, Cindy.

Attendees: Lisa and Mark Steele, Michael

Wingfield, Keith Olcha, Joel Nannis, Wendy and

Jasmine Shoffit, Cody Sears, Noby Takahashi, Lanean

Hughes, Mimi Spreen, Dennis Chamberlain, Bob

Knight and Dee Lersch.

The meeting started at 7:04 pm with Round the Room.

Lanean Hughes - DE applications went out this week. Seven Club

Racers from Kansas will be at the event.

Michael Wingfield - The DE went well. There were 148 in attendance,

including instructors. Water on the track caused problems for

some. We're now ramping up for the next DE.

Joel Nannis - Membership is up, oh and by the way, Happy Birthday

to Joel on Thursday!!

Noby Takahashi - Insurance paperwork ok for upcoming events.

Needs to contact Ted Glover to get specifics on upcoming tours to

complete insurance.

Wendy Shoffit - Intro to Autocross and Ladies Autocross School went

well, the weekend netted a profit. About 34 students for the March 8th

Autocross and about 1/3 to 1/2 of the students carried over from the

previous school. Applications for June DE will be on line next week.

Slipstream will be late this month. We all need to follow through with our

commitments to write articles, etc in a timely manner to help Matt Platts.

Keith Olcha - The next three Board meetings, April, May and June

will be held at Keith's house to help prevent any confusion.

Cody Sears - The Intro to AX and the Ladies AX practice sections

used the same distances between cones in the slalom, same radius in the

skid pad, etc. as were used in the actual courses the students drove. The

consistency helped the students quite a bit as they could used what they

learned from the individual sections.

Dennis Chamberlain - The Happy Hour at Sherlocks had about 43

people and 5 of those were new members. Dennis discussed the Mentor

program and agreed to start a temporary program of pairing new

members with old members for several events and see how it works.

Dee Lersch - Contest to come up with new slogan on T-shirts netted

5 suggestions and we chose a winner. It will be announced with the

artwork shortly. The Goody Store sold it's last grill badges and in order to

get new ones made without the Porsche emblem, it would have to be

re-tooled which raises the cost quite a bit. Lee agreed to email Bob Miller,

at National regarding this issue and report back to the Board.

Bob Knight - He has received the money from the DE. We made

money at the Dinner Social. The Maverick Region tax return has been

completed and signed by Keith, so Bob will mail it off.

Motion to adjourn was made at 8:15 and seconded. Motion

approved. The next meeting will be at Keith Olcha’s house on Tuesday,

April 8th. Food will be served at 6:30, the Board Meeting will start at 7:00.


Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Happy Hour at Sherlock’s Baker Street Pub

by Jean Frick

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain, Tinker

Edwards, and Mark Gluck

As new Maverick Region members,

we were anxious to attend our

first Happy Hour. We had

chatted with Dennis Chamberlain

online, but I was a bit surprised when

he asked me to write an article about

the event for Slipstream.

Let me introduce you to the

Fricks. My husband Dave is a retired

engineer from Lockheed Martin, who

owned a 1955 356 Speedster (or did it own him?). With a growing

family, he had to replace his dream car with a Chevy, and he has

wanted another Porsche ever since.

Jean and Dave Frick

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

I am a retired teacher and symphony musician (violin) and

very right-brained. Although we are an unlikely couple, we

married on Groundhog Day 2000, and we have recently settled

in an apartment home in Fort Worth. Dave has finally realized

his dream and will complete his first childhood with his special

order Porsche 986 Boxster, which we picked up in Plano on

February 7, 2003.

The Briggs and Norwoods

All of this is to tell you how exciting it has been to meet so

many of you, and how warmly we were welcomed into the group.

There must have been nearly fifty members there, standing around

discussing the fine points of their Porsches and the upcoming

MRPCA events. It was like a live version of the Yahoo E mail

board. We were introduced to a number of members, and others

came up to introduce themselves to us. A very friendly bunch!

One thing nearly everyone commented on was our MR

nametags, which we ordered at the new members party on January

9th. Fortunately, they arrived soon enough to wear to Happy

Hour. Even the rainy weather and a 102 mile round trip from SW

Fort Worth failed to dampen our enthusiasm for new friends and

a lively evening. (Being from Cowtown, and not familiar with the

tollway, we managed to get into a toll tag lane as we exited at Belt

Line. With no receptacle for our cash, we went on through…

so Dave spent a $ .37 stamp to mail in his check for $ .45. Wonder

how often that happens?).

Hopefully we will arrive at the April Happy Hour (at Malibu

Speed Zone at I35 and Walnut Hill Lane) without a similar

incident. In the meantime, we hope to see you at the DE’s in

Cresson, about 15 miles south of our apartment, or on one of the

many tours.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Barbara and Bill Gross



Zims Swap Meet

by David Mock

The first Maverick swap meet of 2003 at Zims has come and

gone. A special thank you to Al Zim for his hospitality in

providing the space and necessary needs to make such an

event possible. I also want to thank all of you who braved the

slightly uncomfortable cold weather. And while the sun never

showed up, a lot of you Porsche enthusiasts did. This fact was obvious

by how fast the coffee and donuts flew off the table inside Zims.

There were familiar and new faces there and the entire concrete

slab was full. I was told by one of them that this fact constitutes a

“successful swap meet”. The mood was great and the “deals” were

to be had. I know plenty of us ran home with our treasures, either

from venders, or the 15 percent off retail buys from Zims.

Most of us probably spent the rest of the weekend playing with

our hobbies and/or obsessions. Until next time (October maybe),

keep turning those wrenches.

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Autocross 102

by Jessica Brown

Photo by Matt Platts

As a sophomore in high school, I realize that years have flown

by, and I can finally drive! This is a very exciting time,

almost even scary. In the world we live in, there are some

really bad drivers. Therefore, safety and knowing how to handle

your car are essential.

I recently attended the Autocross 102 school, which was my

second driving event. This simple, eight hour course helps you to

find your car’s ‘limits’. Out there we push our cars as hard as they

will go and we end up in situations (i.e. spinning out) that you

could face on your daily drive to work. We practice on skid pads,

which are designed to help you to spin, so that you can learn how

to handle one when it occurs. There are braking exercises that

let you find out how fast you car will really stop in worst case

scenarios. The last of the exercises we do is the slalom. There are

three different types of these: one of equal distance, one of

increasing distance which allows you to pick up speed as you go

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

A smile as Jessica leaves grid, now the work begins!

through, and one of decreasing distance which forces you to slow

down as you move through it.

I was talking to one of my friends the other day and she

mentioned to me that she was recovering from a wreck. As any

friend would, I asked her if she was ok and she proceeded to tell

me what happened. At the time, she had only had her license for

five days, so I am sure that she was a little bit on the nervous side.

She was driving home in her mom’s van by herself and she

encountered a box on the road. As she swerved to miss the box,

she found herself in gravel going too fast. Naturally, she spun out.

She told me that she “tried to find the brakes, but pushed the gas

instead.” This only made things worse. As she tried to find the

...out there we push our cars as hard as they

will go...

brake pedal again, she saw “something blue” in front of her. She

then found the brakes and slammed on them, but she was too late

and she ran into a blue vehicle. She went to the hospital and

luckily only ended up with bruised ribs and a sore body. After she

told me her story, I told her about the driving courses I had been

taking. I told her that we spin out on purpose so that we can

learn how to control it when it happens unexpectedly with other

cars on the road. I know that if I had been driving instead of her,

I would have been able to handle my car much better. I, more

than likely, would have just come out of that a little ‘shook up’

instead of with a sore body and a wrecked car.

Although these autocross schools are fun, it is not just

playtime out there. You do learn a whole lot about your car and

how to handle it. Even if racing is not something you want to

pursue, like myself, I still highly recommend attending a few of

these schools; especially if you are a new driver. Even if you get

to the school and have absolutely no fun driving, you will love the

social aspect of it. The people there are amazing! My instructor,

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts


Jan Mayo, is not only a wonderful, caring person, she is an awesome

driver! She has won the national Parade race a couple of times, so

she has an abundance of experience. Thank you, Jan, for being

patient with me. I really appreciate it. Thanks to all of the instructors

and everyone else who was involved who gave up their weekend

to come out there. It could not have happened without you!

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Jessica and her fellow corner workers “working”

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Jan Mayo helps Jessica learn the best way through the corner

A little less oil next time, Bill!

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Time Trial 103

By Alex Cobb

When I first got my silver ‘78 911 Targa about six months

ago, I was dying to take it to a driving event, as I had never been

to one. That was one of the main purposes I had in mind for the

911, when I bought it, being that is already setup for that purpose

with all the goodies from roll cage to race seats to a nice, loud

exhaust. My first event was the weekend of Time Trials 5 and 6,

and was exactly a week after getting the car from Austin. I was

hooked before the event even started, and had a blast over that

weekend, but afterwards it was clear the biggest thing I needed

was more seat time and instruction before the next season of time

trials began. With that in mind I anxiously counted the days to

each DE and then to Autocross 102 and Time Trials 103, as I knew

they would be an excellent place to continue to learn how to drive

my 911.

speeding along at about 95 for fear I will be late and primarily

not wanting to miss Wendy Shoffit’s stentorian shout of


Frau Farbissina from Austin Powers, except with a Texas accent

rather than a German one). All of the sudden as I am happily

cruising, I hear this vicious vibrating noise coming from the back

of the car. I pull over to the shoulder quickly and get out of the

car to see the rear tire is flat - pick you favorite expletive. I didn’t

have a lot of room in the car with all my gear so of course

I decided not to take the spare tire. This decision was also

motivated by issues of weight reduction as the car clearly would

be much lighter without that spare with the heavy, non-forged

rim, these things being crucial for the trip to Mineral Wells. I

did have a can of Fix-A-Flat, but the fact I could put my hand

...the instructors drove and rode in student’s

cars to provide instruction...

Photo by Matt Platts

Alex Cobb rushes toward the finish line

Beep, beep, beep, beep… the furor from the alarm clock

erupted much too early that morning, 6:15 to be exact. I know

that is late for some of you out there, but at age 22, I am trying to

kick the college sleep habits, so therefore if it is still dark outside

when I wake up that is considered too early! After packing up the

car, I was headed off and couldn’t wait to get there. Driving

along, I realized I had forgotten to get the new brake pads I

bought, as mine were running thin, and thought I might have to

change them after Saturday’s event (I was staying in Mineral

Wells that night so as to not have to get up so early). Of course I

am then running late after I head back to the house to get them.

Finally, I have everything, and am headed west on 820,

through the sidewall seemed to imply that fix wouldn’t work.

As I am about to call someone, namely my parents, to

bring the spare tire from my garage, thinking I will miss this

whole day by the time everything is taken care of, I look up to

see a black 911 Carrera pull up behind me! Then miraculously,

Rick Randall steps out, and after seeing I have a flat, informs

me he has two extra tires! Fortuitously, he was also running

late, saw my car, and just “happened” to have two spare Fuchs

with tires. We got the tire mounted and headed on to Mineral

Wells, and still made it in time to hear Wendy call everyone

together for the driver’s meeting.

Now perhaps I should move on to what actually happened

at the track that weekend rather than my arduous journey

there. The morning of each day consisted of exercises in

preparation for each afternoon, which would be a timed

autocross on Saturday, and a time trial on Sunday. Sunday was

definitely my favorite of the two as the course was longer with

higher speeds, and there was more track time. Since the time

trial class is what I am supposed to be writing about, I will

stick to that day. The morning began with exercises that were

extremely beneficial as they prepared us for the afternoon’s

time trial. The afternoon course was basically split in half to

allow two smaller courses that became the exercises.

Instructors were assigned to students, with Noby Takahashi as

my instructor. The instructors drove and rode in student’s cars

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo Matt Platts

Photo Matt Platts


Time Trial 103 (continued)

to provide instruction much like in Driver’s Education events.

After taking many laps through the exercises, I was beginning

to get a good feel of how to negotiate those sections of the

course, and was definitely looking forward to putting the

whole thing together after lunch and run Time Trial Course 1

(This just happens to be the same course that will be run at the

first time trial of the year coming up on March 29th. Some of

you veterans may need to watch your whaletails, as us newbies

got some good practice in on this course setup…). The course

was really a blast, with the best section being the exit from a

long 180-degree right-hander going into the two main

straights, which are linked together by a fast sweeper. This

combination allowed many drivers to go full throttle from the

right-hander all the way into the braking zone before the

hairpin at the end of the back straight, which is a long distance

for those of you who have never been out there. Personally, I

hit higher speeds here than at the Motorsport Ranch DE,

although much of the increased speed could be attributed to

the fact that was my first DE there and I “hopefully” have

improved since then.

The format for the afternoon was alternating between

working a corner with your instructor while the first group

drove and then switch roles. After working our corner we were

ready to drive, and Noby, my instructor would be taking the

hot laps first to “show me the course”. Noby is a talented and

Photo by Dave Frick

experienced driver, and has a Boxster S that he tracks.

However, the Boxster S is quite different from my 911 with its

not so slick-shifting 915 gearbox. It also had Rick’s tires on

the rear, which had seen better days, making for lots of

oversteering fun. With Noby at the wheel it was a wild ride to

say the least. While he put the car around the track a quick

pace we also had two spins, including a spectacular one on the

last lap right after crossing start-finish even taking out a cone,

and dragging it under the car in the process. Needless to say,

Noby has taken quite a ribbing from just about everyone,


especially the 911 drivers, such as Eric Erz, whose weekend

spins were way into the double digits.

After this I was definitely inspired, and so we traded places

and joined the grid. James Shoffit, who was working grid

amongst many other jobs, waved us off. As I became familiar

with the course we gradually picked up speed, and were

having an incredible time. We finished and checked the lap

times. I had dropped a little each lap so I was pleased, but

knew there was still more time to be eliminated upon the next

time out. Later on, after corner working, I went out again, this

time once with Noby, and then solo. Going out solo was a lot

of fun, although it was a little scary too. I no longer had Noby

saying “easy, easy…” when I came in to a turn a little to hot, as

the training wheels were now off, the other benefit was that the

car was quite a bit lighter without Noby in there – its all about

the weight reduction, you know. I had some good laps and

flirted with the edge several times. I nearly spun the car in

several places as I pushed it bit too hard at times, but luckily

all I had learned about car control over the weekend allowed

me to recover and avoid any standing ovations for pirouettes.

It was a great weekend, and I learned so much and had

a terrific time. It was an effective school that ran seamlessly

due to the excellent coordination and execution by all who

volunteered their weekend to help teach us how to better drive

our cars. Many thanks go out to all who assisted in any way or

fashion. We are all continuous indebted to you as each event

comes to a close. Anyone who has never been out to Mineral

Wells should certainly consider coming for an event. It is a

perfect place to learn, as there is no real risk of damaging your

car in the “unlikely” event you ever should spin. As far as

myself, with every event I am even more shamelessly addicted

to tracking the car. The intoxicating sound of that flat six

roaring at 6500 RPMs, while drifting towards the track edge is

an experience unrivaled. I can’t wait until the first time trial.

Photo by Dave Frick

Photo by Dave Frick

Photo by Dave Frick

Photo by Dave Frick

Photo by Dave Frick

Photo by Dave Frick

Photo by Dave Frick

Photo by Dave Frick


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Dinner Social at Dos Gringos

by Mimi Spreen

My goals in finding a place for the March Dinner Social,

was to #1 find a restaurant in Ft. Worth, #2 find a

restaurant that had a separate or private room that

could accommodate up to 60 people, and #3 well, I don't

remember what #3 was, but I'm sure it was pretty important.

If any of you have tried to find a restaurant that can

accommodate 40-60 people on a Saturday night in a separate

or private room, you have some idea of what I was faced with.

Add to that the fact that I don't know the Ft. Worth area at

all, and you can see the dilemma I was in. Out came the Ft.

Worth phone book and I let my fingers do the walking.

When I got to the "D's" in the phone book, I called Dos

Gringos and asked my usual questions and to my surprise,

they had a private room that will hold up to 50 and it wasn't

booked for the night in question, Saturday, March 1st.

I booked it over the phone and quickly emailed Bob Knight to

send the deposit check, so we wouldn't lose the place. As it

turned out, this was a pretty good location, close to the Ft.

Worth Zoo, The Kimball Museum and other museums and

...We actually weren’t the only car club there

that night...

pretty easy to find, even for me (except I received directions

from an employee at Dos Gringos that were incorrect and

wound up being almost the last person to arrive)

Since the RSVP's come through me, I knew who was

coming, but as usual, we had at least 6 people show up who

didn't RSVP which made the room a little tight, but we set

up an extra table, found some more chairs and were ready

without too much effort. There wasn't a "program" we had to

follow and that allowed everyone to mix and mingle and talk

to some members we haven't seen in years.

The food and drinks were good and it turned out to be a

really great place. I'll be sure to keep Dos Gringos in my file.

We actually weren't the only car club there that night. I saw

at least 2 other car clubs sitting at large tables in the main part

of the restaurant, so I guess it's a pretty popular place to have

dinner socials.

Photo by Matt Platts

Mimi jots down everyone’s food preferences

Our next Dinner Social is the always popular "May at

Mayo's" and we will be dining on Babe’s Chicken. Check out

the ad below for all the particulars, date, time, price and the

always important RSVP deadline. If I don't receive your

RSVP by the deadline, not only does the price go from $15 to

$20, but you have to wait until everyone else gets their food,

before you can get yours.

Hope to see everyone at Mayo's. Hey, Ed, how many people

can your shop hold?

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The “old timer’s” table (sorry... couldn’t resist!)


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Driver Education At Texas Motor Speedway

May 24, 25, 26 in conjunction with

PCA CLUB RACE sponsored by:

Cost: $295 (3 days) or $220 (2 days) per driver

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 with

Mail Application with check to:

Wendy Shoffit

1112 Santa Fe Trail

Irving, TX 75063

General Information:

John Sandusky


Tech Information:

Ray Luedecke



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 #


further information will be sent with your acceptance.

Event registration is open immediately. The

cost per driver is $295 for all three days or $220 for

two days (specify which days), 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!

I am Solo Qualified at one or more of the tracks above (name):

Please select shirt size (S, M, L, XL, XXL) DE Fee: $295 (3 days) or $220 (2 days) per driver $ ________

Additional Shirts @ $15.00 each________ (S, M, L, XL, XXL) Total extra shirts: $ ________

Additional Meals @ $25.00 each________

Total extra meals: $ ________

Garages @ $75.00 each ________ Total garages: $ ________

Total Enclosed: $ ________

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

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


February Drivers Education

by Jenny Edinger

On February 22nd and 23rd, Park Place Porsche was proud

to sponsor the Porsche Club of America Maverick Region's

first Driver's Education event of the year at MotorSport

Ranch. Driver Education events give Porsche drivers the opportunity

to learn effective high-speed braking, cornering properly, and accident

prevention from racing professionals. In spite of the threat of bad

weather, Park Place Porsche was happy to greet plenty of Porsche Club

members on Saturday!

his enclosed trailer to Park Place technician Jeff Mitz, helping him

tow his Porsche back to Park Place after mechanical difficulties! And

remember, you can buy photos of the DE events at Hart Photography


...drivers enjoyed the opportunity to improve their

traction skills on both wet and dry surfaces...

Photo provided by Park Place

Participants cars in the paddock area

This year, the drivers at Motorsport Ranch experienced new and

exciting challenges at the Ranch, with a saturation of rain in the

morning on Saturday, and a dry track that same day from late morning

through Sunday. On Saturday, drivers enjoyed the opportunity to

improve their traction skills on both wet and dry surfaces.

A special thanks to Hart Photography, who donated the use of

Photo provided by Park Place

For more information on DE and other Porsche events for the

spring, visit the Porsche Club of America Maverick Region's web site,

keep an eye on "Upcoming Events" on Park Place Porsche's web site,

or contact your favorite Park Place Sales Consultant!

A view of the covered grid and the control tower from the paddock


National Concours Judges Seminar

by Ron Knight

On Sunday, March 2, untold numbers of Porsche enthusiasts

braved the snowy roads of Denver Colorado to participate in

the PCA National Concours Judges Seminar held at Prestige

Imports in Littleton. It was a true thrill to find other Porsche owners

that are as enthusiastic (okay, fanatical) about clean Porsche motorcars

as I am. As a relative newbie to PCA and the Maverick Region PCA

I was wondering where the concours enthusiasts were. I’ve met plenty

of MR PCA track enthusiasts, but hadn’t yet stumbled onto the MR

PCA concours buffs.

Locating the PCA National Concours Judges Seminar letter on

the web I signed up and made the trek to Denver. It was a wonderful

experience! The event was co-hosted by the Rocky Mountain and

Alpine Regions, with Zone 9 Representative, Kathy Frick, leading the was easy to learn from our three instructor

judges who have many years experience judging...

charge. Kathy and her event staff had ensured that accommodations,

arrangements and seminar were totally first class. As would be

expected, the majority of attendees were seasoned Porsche Concours

d’Elegance participants and judges. While the preponderance of

attendees were from Colorado and neighboring states, there were

attendees from Maryland, Virginia, and two Texans: PCA veteran

Willie Wilson from El Paso and yours truly from MR PCA.

The facility at Prestige Import was ideal for the seminar since

it was able to house 12 Porsches in the enclosed high bay where we

could conduct mock concours judging over the course of the day.

The Porsches brought in for the seminar included a pristine 356, a

914, a 911E, a 912, a 928, a 968 S2, 911 C2 Cab, a 1997 911 Turbo

S (WOW), a 1998 Boxster, and a 911 Targa. It was worth the trip

just to see these beautiful Porsches!

The 6 hour seminar began with a concours tutorial presented

by Dennis Frick (a 20+ year concours veteran from Harrisburg,

PA), followed by a Q&A session where neophytes such as I could

ask questions. I learned of the three groups: Preparation,

Restoration and Preservation and the Divisions, Classes and rules

associated with each. The attendees then divided into the three

groups (Preparation, Restoration and Preservation), for which a

panel of three accredited national judges had been selected as lead

instructors for hands on training. I participated in the Preparation,

or “search for dirt”, group that featured Bob Gale, Willie Wilson

and Paul Gilbreath as the Preparation Group Instructor Judges.

Following instruction on the nuances of Preparation Group

Concours d’Elegance judging, we divided into two teams for actual

concours judging of Porsches that were on site for this event. Our

Group worked with Jerry Medina’s 1998 Boxster and with a 1997

Twin Turbo S. The attached photo shows part of our group around

Jerry’s Boxster. We conducted timed concours judging of the two cars;

it is amazing how swiftly 5 minutes passes when you are judging and

filling out the judging sheets. When our timed judging was over

our instructor judges critiqued our judging sheets, providing feedback

and instruction for improvement of our techniques. It was

easy to learn from our three instructor judges who have many years

experience judging at Porsche Parades and at regional events.

Later, after lunch, we reassembled as Dennis Frick led a review

of judging techniques. At the conclusion of the seminar I and my

fellow attendees were awarded our PCA PORSCHE Concours

d’Elegance National Judge pin, certifying that we had successfully

passed our training. In retrospect it was a great experience,

especially meeting such fine fellow Porsche enthusiasts such as

Jerry Medina, Bob Gale, and Alex Illornete. I can hardly wait for

our 2004 Parade Concours d’Elegance on July 5th in beautiful

Fort Worth as well as the next MR PCA Concours or Shine &

Show event!

Photo by Ron Knight

Some of us gathered around Jerry Medina’s 1998 Boxster


Gateway Racing, the exclusive Toyo Tire High-Performance

Distributor for the Southwest Region, is pleased to announce

it’s recent relocation to the North Dallas area.

Dale Gates • 469-621-2591

Carrollton, Tx 75006

We have opened a Race-shop in Carrollton, Texas and are

offering Racecar Rentals for DE Events, Performance Services,

Maintenance and Track-Side Support for DE and Club-Races.

Stop by and visit the Gateway Racing Team at the upcoming

club races at TWS and TMS. In addition, look for us at your

next Driver Education event.

With the expectation of continued lower interest rates in the years ahead, you have to turn to the stock market if

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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 817-329-1600

by Joel Nannis, Membership Chair

Ted & Linda Anthony

4421 Donnelly Avenue

Fort Worth, TX 76107

1982 928

Thomas Atsalis

3721 Southport Drive

Plano, TX 75025

2000 986

Darrell Clarke

161 Bluff View Court

Aledo, TX 76008

1983 911 SC

Jason & Laura Covitz

425 Winding Brook Lane

Richardson, TX 75081

2000 986

Jack Ellis

2608 Prestonwood

Plano, TX 75093

2002 986 S

Robert Freeman & Sara Johnson

9109 FM 344 East

Tyler, TX 75703

1987 944

Dick & Catherine Jackson

7431 Tophill Lane

Dallas, TX 75248

2002 986

Rick & Cheryl Kosdrosky

P.O. Box 5296

Granbury, TX 76049

2000 986 S

John Lamers

3405 Acorn Run

Fort Worth, TX 76109

1991 911

Michael & Mary Menke

4020 View Point Drive

Granbury, TX 76048

1972 911T

Eddie & Linda Miller

10807 Pinocchio

Dallas, TX 75229

2001 996 Carrera

Jeff Morris & Jeri Pitonicle

16819 Village Lane

Dallas, TX 75248

2003 986 S

Ken Murphy

1909 Point De Vue

Flower Mound, TX 75028

2003 996 Turbo

Jeffery Pertle

3612 Oakcrest Drive

Plano, TX 75025

1983 911 Cab

Brian & Doreen Petri

2309 Sage Lane

Bedford, TX 76021

2001 986 S

Nathan Robinett

6001 Merrymount Road

Fort Worth, TX 76107

2002 996 Targa

Richard & Maureen Simmions

1972 N Port Court

Grapevine, TX 76051

2000 986

Ernest & Pamela Swersky

704 Tanglewood Lane

Arlington, TX 76012

1991 928 GT

Harold & Aaron Letourneau

455 Country Place

Longview, TX 75605

1998 986

Transferred From Ark La Tex

Henry & Elizebeth Roberts

13 Harbour Point Circle

Fort Worth, TX 76179

1991 911

Transferred From Longhorn

Roger Sybrowsky

1301 Chatsworth Court E

Colleyville, TX 76034

1964 356

Transferred From Intermountain

Kristian Thyregod

5808 McCall Drive

Plano, TX 75093

2001 986

Transferred From Hill Country


5 Years

J. Brian Bailey (Jim) .........................................Dallas

Ted Kurz (Judi)..................................................Plano

Paula Moore (Steve)..............................Wichita Falls

Steve Crofts (Barbara)..................................Fairview

Michael Jensen (Charla)....................................Allen

Darrell Jones (Karen).................................Granbury

10 Years

Dr. Chester N. Epperson (Debra) ....................Plano

Jeff Sebert (Don Sebert)...................................Dallas

Robert A. Rodgers (D-K) ................................Sachse

Cathy Kyle (Jim) ......................................Fort Worth

15 Years

Wiley Alexander ........................................Carrollton

20 Years

Michael F. Orlie (Tim).............................Fort Worth

Charles Turner (Brenda)............................Lewisville

Mark Hanna...............................................McKinney

25 Years

Dr. Michael Brown (Glenda) ...........................Dallas



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1980 911SC Targa This car is TIGHT. Paint is less than 2 years old. CLEAN black/tan interior,

TURBO seats. NEW Porsche A/C. Needs very little to be perfect - roof should be recovered

to look nicer. I have most records – serviced @ same shop in AZ, since the mid-80s. AZ car.

113K miles. Car doesn’t look, drive, handle 23! MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY! $12,750. Tom

Hershey, 214.397.0878 or 972.980.4800 (1)

1998 986 Boxster 5-speed 2.5L-6 Black. grey leather, black top, chromrd alloys,chromed large

single exhaust, Bridgestone agressive treead Potenza R17 radials, cabin wind deflector,

mats,68,000 miles. $27,500 Call Cliff Mathews 214-762-6784 (1)

1983 SC Sunroof Coupe This is the one! White/Chocolate Leather. White Wheels. Factory

Lowered. Black tint windows,New Blaupunkt AMFM/CD. New Yokahama tires. Owned and

babied since "85. 110K miles. Special Auto. $18K. Contact Pat (214)630-5881 or (1)

1999 996 C2 6 Speed, Carrera White/Savannah Beige full leather package, original owner, all

maint records, always garage kept, 27k, factory DSP stereo with in dash CD, storage and six

disk changer, traction control, stainless steel exhaust, 3 spoke sport steering wheel, 17"

factory wheels with new continentals and 18" factory Turbo look wheels with painted crest

and kuhmo track tires, Brey Krause harness mount, Sparco 5 way harness for both driver and

passenger, asking $49,500 OBO. Todd Patin, 817-416-9125, (1)

1987 911 Carrera Coupe Grand Prix White/ Navy Blue leather, Car was bought new in Ft.

Worth, orig. paint, always garaged, all standard equip, Blaupunkt Reno AM/FM -Cass w/ 6

CD changer, Clifford alarm w/ central locking fob,16" Fuchs w/ Yokohama AVS sports, This

car has been setup for DE events, you can find a cheaper 911 but you'll spend this or more

to build a 911 as will sorted and refined. All books and records, 183,000 miles with top end

rebuild less than 1,000 miles ago, asking $25,000 with all performance and track equip. Ray

Anderson, 817-453-5401 or corkey560 (1)

Indianapolis 500 Tickets 2 tickets to this year’s Indy 500 race for sale. Seats are located in the

Paddock Section, right before the START/FINISH LINE, looking directly across at the pits.

Face value is $85.00 each. They are very good seats and provide for a lot of viewing action

in both the race and the pits.Please contact Eric J. Karban at (972) 401-1814, or email (1)

1984 928S Guards red/tan leather, auto, fully loaded, no dents or scratches, very tight body,

non-smoker, bought new in NM. and driven in west Texas. Always garaged. 83K $9,500 Don

Johnson (817) 654-4649, (2)

1988 Carrera 911 Targa Grand Prix white, black leather int, 5-sp, pristine condition inside

and out, whale tail, front spoiler, chrome fuchs, lowered to Euro specs, short shift, euro headlights

with H5 bulbs, believed "chipped" by prior owner, new in-dash CD, Cerwin-Vega

speakers, amp, C-V subwoofers, garaged, runs great, excellent daily driver/light

competition; 60,000 mile service, Mobil 1, cold A/C, tight Targa top, 71,000 miles, $23,000.

Contact Randy at 214-417-7900 or for photos. (2)

1978 911SC White/Brown leather, 82,000 miles. PW, AC, Power mirrors, Sunroof. $10,000

Ask for Steve (214) 536-0329. (2)

Hand Painted Center Caps Fuchs/cookie cutter & phone dial/flat/carrera/late model 5 & 7

spoke center caps for sale - $150/set + $6 shipping. The crests are handpainted in authentic

Porsche colors to match the hood crest. I can also handpaint your existing center caps

for $100 + $6 return shipping. Samples at

Steve Rosenzweig 510.701.8998 or (2)

Parting out 1976 and 1985 Porsche 930 Turbos I prefer you e-mail requests to attn: Brian 214 352-3019 (2)

Wanted 1996 - 1998 Carerra 2 or 2S with Tiptronic Transmission Private party seeks from

original or 2nd owner. Very stock Coupe or Cabriolet in Exc Condition. Car should have all

original paint and svc records. Please contact Howard at: (1)

1998 986 Boxster 5-speed 2.5L-6 Black. grey leather, black top, chromed alloys, chromed

large single exhaust, Bridgestone aggressive treaded Potenza R17 radials, cabin wind

deflector, mats, 68,000 miles. $27,500 Call Cliff Mathews 214-762-6784 (2)

2000 911 Carrera 9,700 miles, 6-speed, one owner, always garaged with tender loving care,

Guards Red, full black leather interior, 18" turbo alloy wheels, CD player, hi-fi sound

system, Porsche stability management and tuned suspension. Richard Voreis at

214-361-1919 or (2)

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Dallas Auto Sports (214) 320-2228 Page 20

Dallas Euro Cars (972) 243-4911 Page 24

European Parts Network (866) 799-3984 Page 18

Gateway Racing 469-621-2591 Page 26

German Technologies (817) 540-0712 Page 12

Glen Gatlin, Jr. (214) 965-6102 Page 26

Gray Mouser Graphics (214) 957-8193 Page 22

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

Jerry DeFeo Designs (972) 240-5800 Page 12

The Man’s Shop (817) 265-1116 B.C.

Brey-Krause harness guide bar (Model R-1010) and camera mount (Model R-9010) for '74

and newer 911. Guide bar sells new for $259 (will take $175) and camera mount for $139

(will take $85). Both in perfect condition. Set of perfect Fikse FM-10 wheels just purchased

from Wheel Enhancement in rare jewel finish (18"x10" rear, 18"x8" front) for 993/996 retail

for $3600. Will take $2500 wheels only, or $3500 with fresh Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires

(1 DE event). Buyer pays shipping on all items. Steve 214-219-1350 x21. (2)

1997 Mustang Sally needs a new home. Mustang GT, V8, 5 sp, 4.6 L, 84K miles. Flowmaster

mufflers, tinted windows, red with gray cloth. Dealer/Mayo maintained, with records. You

know it's been well loved, $8,500. Jan Mayo 972-443-3916w or 817-595-4651h. (3)

1984 944 Champagne/Brown, new air, timing belt, all maintenance records, 2 new tires, runs

great, approx 235,000mi (odo broke), ready for autocross/TT now, $4,000 firm; set of gold

BBS 15" wheels $300; Elaine 972-991-7715. (3)

1999 Mercedes Benz SL 500 Sport Immaculate Black/Black, Sport version with two tops.

Very low miles (19,500) and one owner. This non-smoker vehicle has power seats, tilt wheel,

zenon lights, heated seats, cassette/CD player, all the basic options without a phone. It has

been garaged and waxed often. Just replaced four tires, is detailed, and under manufacturer's

warranty. New $92,000, asking $46,000 firm. or 214-739-3001. (3)

1995 993 Carrera Cabriolet Polar Silver/Grey with Black top. 6-speed and all available

factory options with 17" relatively new Pirelli P-zeros. 38k miles $44,800, nearly perfect

condition, contact Mark Nesselroad at 972.571.3375. (3)

1999 Boxster Stuttgart built. Guards red/black; 5-spd; factory hardtop, sport tech pkg, CD,

amp, & 6-spkr stereo; alarm; wind deflector. Cover; floor mats; Mag bra; no winters; one

owner. 33,000 miles. $35,000. Call Bill (817) 297-3752. (3)

1974 911 Carrera Grand prix white/black graphics. Parchment/black interior. All numbers

match. Very low miles. Polished 7" & 8" Fuchs with white centers. Blaupunkt. 22mm F & R

sway bars. Turbo tie-rods. Mono-ball front suspension pickups. Drilled rotors. SSI headers.

Monty muffler.Lowered. Car is immaculate inside and out driver. I have all parts to make

100% stock for the purist. Price $19,500. Contact Gary Lambert at 972-991-2422 (W) or

817-453-9873 (H) or (3)

1973 Silver 914 2.0 Drew has moved away from home and we have too many cars around the

house, his 914 needs a new home. Runs great and looks great. The interior needs a

little loving care. Air Conditioned with new compressor. Tires are new with Fuchs wheels.

Fuel injected, 2 roofs, CD player AM/FM radio, $5000 Contact Bill or Drew Campbell

972.329.1504. email: (3)

Rare RS/RSR cars Euro-spec RS, RSR, and ClubSports available for immediate import

and DOT/EPA registration. 1992 964RS (#WPOZZZ96ZNS490500), Guards red, 24k, factory

Recaro's, dyno shows 272hp, top condition, $49,900. 1995 993RS (#WPOZZZ99ZTS390125),

Guards red, 55k, factory Recaro's, 3.8 liter/300hp, dual airbags, 18" Speedline RS rims,

showroom condition, $59,900. 1993 964RSR (#WPOZZZ96ZMS409079) GT2 Uniball susp.,

racing ABS, fresh rebuilt 3.8liter/6-speed gearbox, $62,000. Two 1992 964RS ClubSports

(silver, yellow) only 140 ever made, prices range from $42K to $60K. All prices exclude

shipping. More details & pic's at (The Mart). I own 993RS and 964RSCS

myself. Steve (214) 693-3276. (3)

1995 911 Carrera (993) Coupe # WP0AA2995SS323045. White/burgundy lea, 6-spd, 17"

wheels crests, new tires, 6 CD changer, bra, garaged, full set workshop manuals & records, not

raced, accident free, 43,000 mi. Asking $41,000. Contact James: 214-707-1083 or (3)

2002 911 Turbo from Long Center raffle in Austin for sale. Car has X50 performance

package, 6 speed, Navigation system and leather package. Car has total of 95 miles on it and

is currently in storage. MSRP $145,000. Asking $120,000. Serious inquires only at (3)

1990 911 C2 Cabriolet Black with Tan Interior, 5 speed, 120K miles, Professionally

Maintained, Garaged, Many new and custom features (have original parts also), passed

emissions 01/2003, new Alpine Stereo w/6 disc changer & 200W Amp, B&B Tri-Flo headers

& muffler (dual output for performance, loud but tunable), new Leather, Almost Perfect,

asking $28K, Call Kent Haven @ 972.754.5345 or email (3)

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