Slipstream - November 2005


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

Upcoming Events

• Swap Meet

• Tech Session

• Founders' Day

Past Events

• Boxstoberfest

• DE at Motorsport Ranch

• Time Trial #5 & Autocross #5

November 2005 - Published by the Maverick Region

Porsche Club of America


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

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

The Inside Track (President’s Column)......................5

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

From the Driver’s Seat (Editor’s Column)...............10

Financial Report (2nd Quarter) ................................20

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



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

Upcoming Events

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

Tech Session at Dallas Euro Cars..................................2

Happy Hour at Razzoo’s................................................2

Maverick Lunches...........................................................2

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

Founders Day..................................................................3

Swap Meet at Zims.........................................................5

East Texas Autumn Foliage Tour ..................................5

Holiday Party ................................................................18

Past Event Recaps

Happy Hour at Monica’s ..............................................9


DE at MotorSport Ranch ...........................................23

Time Trial #5 & Autocross #5 ....................................24


2006 Officers Ballot ........................................................5

Trivia Contest................................................................10

Scrapbook Coordinator Needed ................................18

Club Radio Sale ............................................................18

Hope Shelter in Need...................................................19

Carrera Cruises - Porsche in Ferrari Land ................22

Volume 62, November 2005, Issue 11

Day November - Events

1 Board Meeting

5 Swap Meet

12 Founder’s Day

13 East Texas Tour

15 Plano & Bedford Lunches

17 Happy Hour

18-20 Porschepalooza (Ozark Region)

19 Tech Session

29 Addison Lunch

Day December - Events

6 Board Meeting

10 Holiday Party

11 Hope Shelter Gift Delivery

15 Happy Hour

20 Bedford & Plano Lunches

27 Addison Lunch

Day January 2006 - Events

14? New Member Party

14-15 LSR DE (TWS)

Go Online For Latest Updates on Events

DE - Drivers’ Education event

HCR - Hill Country Region (Austin-centered)

LSR - Lone Star Region (Houston-centered)

MW - Mineral Wells Airport, Mineral Wells, Texas

MSR - Motor Sport Ranch, Cresson, Texas

TWS - Texas World Speedway, College Station, Texas

TMS - Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas

Penn - Pennington Field Stadium, Bedford, Texas

Day January 2006 - Events (cont.)

22 Rally School

17? Bedford & Plano Lunches

19? Happy Hour

31? Addison Lunch

Day February 2006 - Events

11-12 LSR DE (TWS)

19? Rally

18 LadiesAutocross School (Penn)

19 Autocross 101 School (Penn)

? Wine Tasting

16? Happy Hour

21? Bedford & Plano Lunches

25-26 DE at MSR

28? Addison Lunch

Day March 2006 - Events

4 Time Trial School (MW)

5 Autocross 102 School (MW)

17-19 LSR/HCR Club Race (TWS)


Kevin Hardison, Dennis

Chamberlain, Bob Bianconi,

Alan Lage, and Charlie Davis.

Cover Photo by Kevin Hardison

A pair of pristine Porsche 914s come out to

observe the September DE at MSR.

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Dick Dobson



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Weston Dillard


2005 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents


Stan Wenger



Ruth Parks



Brad Bradford



Rocky Johnson

C: 972-816-1769


Ron Mott



Mike Lindsey



Ray Quick



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2005 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs


Rocky Johnson

H: 972-462-8227

C: 972-816-1769

334 Hearthstone Ln

Coppell, TX 75019

Rocky is active in Club Racing, Drivers

Education, Autocross, and Time Trial. He also

instructs at Drivers Education and Autocross,

and Time Trial events. His daily driver is a

Boxster S and his track car is an F class 968.


Mark Gluck

W: 972-239-2473 x12

C: 817-706-9061

Mark drivers a Boxster S and has been a

Maverick member since 1999. He is active

with Drivers Education, Tours, and Social

events, as well as with many Hope Shelter

charity projects.


Michael Wingfield

W: 972-478-3278

H: 972-491-2766

Michael has been a PCA member since 1982

He has been President, VP, editor, and membership

chair in two other regions. He is on

the DE staff and a member of the PCA

National Club Racing staff. He owns a race

prepared ‘86 944 Turbo.


Jeff Atkins

W: 972-419-5417

H: 972-939-0893

1904 Diamond Ridge Ct

Carrollton, TX 75010

Jeff has been a Maverick member since 2003.

He is active in Drivers Education events as well

as Autocross and Time Trial. He drives a 1988

911 Targa and is a CPA.

DE Chair

Bill Dawson

H - (972) 291-8817 (

The Inside Track

by Rocky Johnson, the Maverick Region President

At the June Board meeting it was decided

that the Executive Council should review

the Bylaws and make recommendations for

updating as deemed appropriate. A number of

changes are being recommended, with many

falling into the category of "dotting I's and

crossing T's. However, there are also some more

significant changes being proposed. We are

recommending that:

The definition of a quorum be broadened to ensure adequate

representation be in attendance when club business is being


Financial reporting requirements be amended.

Standing Committees list be updated to more accurately

reflect current club activities, with each Chairperson being

required to submit an annual budget. Once approved the

Chairperson will be able to conduct their business without the

need for further board approvals.

Realizing it is improbable to anticipate all potential expenditures,

we are asking that the President be authorized to approve up

to $500.00 for expenses outside of normally budgeted and

approved expenses, without Board approval. We anticipate this

would be the rare exception, not the norm.

All the proposed changes are posted on our website and can

be reviewed along with the existing Bylaws. Assuming proper

notification, we hope to vote on these at Founders Day.

We realize that other changes may be required from time to

time. In fact, we plan to appoint a special committee to evaluate

the issues regarding online special board meetings and voting. If

you are interested in serving on this committee please contact me.

East Texas Autumn Foliage Tour

Sunday, Nov. 13, 2005

Time / Meeting Place: Meet @ 7:30 am @ Wal-Mart

parking lot SW corner of Hwy 80 & Belt Line 1

mile east of 635. Drivers’ meeting @8:00 am.

Return to Dallas ~ 5:00 p.m.

Venue: Winnsboro Autumn Auto Trail

Lunch: TBD

Bring: FRS radio (2-way “walkie talkie”), extra key

“just in case”, gas tank full

RSVP: Andy or Cindy Miller 817 545-2584 or

2006 Maverick Region Officers Ballot

I am a ______ Member

_______ Associate Member


________ Rocky Johnson

________ ______________________

Vice President

________ Mark Gluck

________ ______________________

Print Name ____________________________


________ Jeff Atkins

________ ______________________


________ Michael Wingfield

________ ______________________

Signature _______________________________

Mail your ballot to: Secretary Michael Wingfield

3805 Clearwater Court, Plano TX, 75025

E-mails cannot be accepted.

Mailed ballots must be signed and received prior to the Founder’s Day Banquet

on November 12th. Winners will be announced during the banquet.


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Maverick Minutes

by Michael Wingfield

The October 2005 Maverick Region Board meeting

was held at Hackberry Creek Country Club

on October 4, 2005. The meeting had the following

19 members in attendance: Executive Council

–Rocky Johnson, Mark Gluck, Jeff Atkins, Michael

Wingfield; Board Members – Mike Brodigan, Lanean

Hughes, Chuck Machala, Bill Miller, Charlie Davis,Teri

Davis, Ed Gross, Tracey Gross, Wendy Shoffit, Joel

Nannis, Dennis Chamberlain, Joe McGlohen; Other

Members –Marie Wingfield, Albert Sansores, Clint Blackman. Rocky

called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM, and began the ‘round table discussion.

RJ: Would like a broader range of awards presented at Founder’s

Day and is open to suggestions. For example, a 500 Mile/5 Podium Club

Race award for local racers participating in Races within 500 miles of the

metroplex, and obtaining 5 or more podium finishes. Would like help

naming the Club Racing awards. AX/TT will present the same awards as

years past. Would like Rally awards, and TD says she will have two 2005

Rally Season awards. RJ says Andy Miller will have a Tour award called the

“Wing Man Award” for a loyal tour participant. The DE program will

present a Free DE entry to a 2005 DE season participant by drawing a

name a hat. Each participant will get an entry into the drawing for each

paid entry accepted into a DE event. DE Instructors will also have a name

drawn from a hat for a gift certificate. Instructors will get an entry into

the drawing for each DE event worked. Winners of the DE drawings need

not be present at Founder’s Day to receive their award. JN says

Membership will have certificates of recognition for 20-year members.

MG: Oct. events are insured and Nov. events will get insurance soon.

JA: We have money.

MB: 15 advertisers renewed ads in Slipstream and 9 remain outstanding.

5 opted for links on the Maverick web page.

MW: September DE event was oversubscribed in the Green and

Blue groups, but had a few spots open in the Yellow and White groups.

With 98 entrants, the event did not quite sell out, even though we had to

turn away some Green group entrants. The September ’05 DE was the

first DE to not sell out since the DE program began in 1999. The October

DE still has openings in all groups, with 90 entrants to date. Executive

Council continues to work on the Bylaws revision and will have something

to present to the membership in November.

LH: 23 Mavericks participated in the Club Race at Hallett, including

two Rookie Candidates – John Gladwill & Gerry Krupp. Mavericks Mike

& Marie Stafford were selected as one of the 3 candidates to win a 2006

Porsche 911 Club Coupe in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of PCA.

They attended the ALMS race at Road Atlanta where the drawing was

held. Unfortunately, they did not win the limited edition car (only 50

produced), but watch Slipstream for their article on their experience. At

the ’06 Parade, Region of the Year nominees no longer need to provide a

regional scrapbook. Maverick has been lax in maintaining a regional

scrapbook, which has not been updated in two years. We need to maintain

a scrapbook to preserve the region history. See the ad asking for volunteers

to take over the region scrapbook. Founder’s Day will have scrapbooks

on display. New Hope Shelter has walls, floors, windows, and the

roof will be completed this week. In 4-6 weeks, painting and clean-up

crews will be needed, as well as volunteers. No ETA on a move-in date.

Pier-1 Imports will donate some furniture to the new shelter.

CM: Charity AX will be this weekend (10/9) at TMS, to benefit

Hope Shelter. Autobahn Motorcars will sponsor the Charity AX. WS

interjects that the Charity AX currently has 20 entrants. Final AX of the

season will be at Mineral Wells 10/16. Bought two Icom radios with

extended warranties for $450 and used for testing at the Sept. DE. The

radios worked well and will order eight more radios, as well as a 6-way

charger. Total cost of radios, chargers, and extended warranty is $2,700,

which is $300 below the $3,000 allocated in June.

BM: Needs a propane tank for the street sweeper used at Mineral

Wells. Makes a motion for $2,000 to buy AX/TT trophies. JM seconds.

Motion carries. Next AX school will be Feb. 2006.

CD: Will rebuild the carburetors during the winter. Exhaust manifold

not repaired this year, but truck passed inspection for the year.

TD: Rally school will be scheduled for Jan. 21 or 22, 2006 depending

on calendar. A rally will occur Feb. 18 or 19, 2006. Plans to hold 3 or

4 rally events in ’06. JM has a rally school curriculum that he will share.

EG: Steve Boyd is still working on the on-line Goodie Store. Bob &

Clara Lewis are working on plans for the Holiday Party (12/10). Planning

a Wine Tasking social at Tony’s Wine Warehouse for Feb. 2006. RSVP will

be required for the wine tasting, with a max. of 40 participants allowed.

New Member Party tentatively scheduled for 1/14 at TMS Club House.

TG: Goodie Store now has helmet bags, which are good sellers.

Goodie Store has sold ~$550 in merchandise. Surplus shirts destined for

hurricane relief victims via the Salvation Army last month will go to the

Hope Shelter this month. Salvation Army did not want the shirts.

WS: Oct. Slipstream is at the mail house. Printing held up waiting

for the Post Office notice. Has new upgrade of software, which should

help the process and is current with Ussery Printing. Looking for

September DE article. Zims Autotechnik will hold a Swap Meet 11/5.

Presented invitation kits to Founder’s Day, that will be delivered to sponsors.

RJ makes the motion that the kits include two tickets to Founder’s

Day rather than one. TG seconds. Motion carries. Founder’s Day photographs

will be upgraded over the Polaroid photos of years past. Proposes

that the Editor be given free entry into all region events during the year

to encourage Editor participation. Topic was tabled until the next meeting

to allow other committees to discuss.

JN: Currently receiving membership list via email. This will allow

him to once again contact the 40-50 persons per month that do not

renew their PCA membership.

DC: Happy Hour (HH) at Monica’s was a big success with ~40 in

attendance. October HH is 10/20 at Joe T. Garcias in Ft. Worth – bring

cash since Joe T’s does not accept credit. November (11/17) HH at

Razzoo’s Cajun Café in Irving.

AS: Asks if Hackberry will be the permanent location for Board

Meetings. RJ replies that it will be the location for the remaining ’05

meetings. AS asks why the Sept. DE did not sell out. Possible reasons

include the economy, gas prices, competition, and loss of “novelty.”

Events have been oversubscribed by novice & beginner groups, but many

of those persons entered out of curiosity. Not all novice & beginner

entrants decide to stay involved with this type of driving activity.

CB: Presented some sample beverage containers the Goodie Store

might consider stocking.Assured by RJ that Andy Miller (Tours) will help

CB develop the “Sunday Drive” event. The “Sunday Drive” event will be

short drives beginning on a Sunday afternoon, and end by dinner.

Presented an “Ugly Sticker”petition to have the current Texas registration

sticker redesigned.

JM: The Mini (Cooper) Club is looking for rally support. JM will

help institute the Mini Club rally program and Maverick members are

invited to participate.

RJ: The “Individual Support Policy” became divisive and emotional.

Proposes that the policy die without further board action – Board

agrees. Asks how can we, the Board, better serve the membership? For

example, how should we treat surplus funds? Proposes that in lieu of a

published agenda, we publish any exceptional expense proposals a month

prior to discussion at a board meeting to allow the membership to better

voice concerns.

Hackberry Creek Country Club will host the remaining 2005 Board

Meetings. Attendees must RSVP for the meetings in order for the region

to obtain the proper size room for the meeting. The next meeting will be

Tuesday, 11/1. The meeting adjourned at 9:14 PM.


Happy Hour at Monica’s

by Dennis Chamberlain

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain, Monda

Degan and Mike Lockas

This was our first happy hour at

Monica’s in Addison, although

in previous years we have

ventured to the Oak Lawn area for

Monica’s upscale (and more expensive)

Ciudad Restaurant. We had

about forty for the happy hour, and

about thirty-five stayed for dinner.

Attendees that were either recent members or members that

we haven’t seen in a while included Bernadette and Gilbert

Delgado, Dean Harden and his daughter Leigh Ann, Jay Walker

and Ed Repnicki, and Doug Molny with his new bride Melinda.

Monica’s was a good place for us because it was spacious and

(especially) inexpensive. It turns out that Thursday night is their

night for special prices on enchiladas, and they always have happy

hour prices for margaritas. How about an enchilada dinner and

two margaritas for under ten dollars? Needless to say, we’ll be

going back there.

For our November 17 happy hour we’ll be trying out a new

place – Razzoo’s Cajun restaurant in Irving. It’s on the north side

of LBJ (635) just west of MacArthur. Think of it as a celebration

for New Orleans getting back on its feet. Hope to see you there.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Dean & Leigh Ann Harden

Bernadette and Gilbert Delgado

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Tim & Sherie Machala

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Melinda & Doug Molny


From The Driver’s Seat

by Wendy Shoffit, Slipstream Managing Editor

Where do you go for advice on how to repair

the battery problem you’re having on

your 1984 911 Targa? Who do you ask

when you’re looking for a trustworthy body shop to

do a good job fixing your hail dent or minor dings?

Where do you look to find out who you should buy

your new Cayman from? Who can you ask about

what an AX, TT, or a DE is and when the next one will be coming?

If you’re like many Maverick Region members and friends,

you can turn to the mrpca yahoo groups for answers and advice.

The MRPCA mailing list facilitates communication between its

members. Nearly 400 members have already joined the group!

If you haven’t joined, you should consider doing so. It’s really

not very hard to sign up. True, it’s not quite as easy as tying your

shoe, but it’s close. There are several ways you can sign up:

• Send an email to “”

and reply to the resulting email that gets sent to you. If you do

NOT reply to the email, you will NOT be added. If you or your

company uses one of those fancy spam filters that will try to

verify new email addresses, you might have a heckuva time

getting started.

• Go to and search for “mrpca” to find

the group. Once you click on the group name, you can click on

the “Join This Group!” button at the top right. Fill out the form

Trivia Contest


It’s Easy To Play:

Enter online at or email

answers to:

Rules: 1 Point per each correct answer. 1 entry per

member. Drawing to tie break. Deadline 11/31/05.

Congratulations to our September winner,

Jheri Zinn!

Honorable mention goes to Mark Hanna, Cyril Reif,

and Joe McGlohen.

September Answers: 1) E 2) A 3) A 4) A 5) D

and click “Join.” Yes, it can be that easy.

If this is your first experience with Yahoo Groups, there are

several different modes that you can join with. Selecting the right mode

will control how many messages and how quickly you will get them.

• Normal mode - You will get each email message as a separate

message as promptly as it can be delivered by all the email

systems involved.

• Digest mode - A bunch of messages are collected and sent to

you as a single message.

• Onelist sends a digest when it gets to about 1000 lines or so,

when it has 25 messages queued up, or once a day.

• No-Mail means that you get no email messages, but must read

the archives online to see what was said. This is also a handy

setting if you're going on vacation and don't want a flooded

inbox upon return.

There are some other standard rules of posting and engagement

to follow, but that will come to you in an email from the

moderator. Read them, follow them, and your posting life will be

great. Don’t hesitate to jump right in. Read the old archives. Ask

questions. Need help? Send an email to the moderators at

Avoid being a passenger in life . . .

...Enjoy the view from the driver’s seat!

1) The Pictured ad covered what year and displacement of the 914?

A) ’76 2.0 B) ‘74 1.8 C) ’73 2.0 D) ‘73 1.7 E ) ‘75 2.0

2) At the 50th Parade, who took home the PCA “Enthusiast of

the Year Award”? A) Wendy Shoffit B) Leonard Turner

C) Jerry Seinfeld D) Gary Princel

3) What car was developed under code name 987 C7S ?

A) Cayenne B) Cayman C) Boxter D) Panamerica

4) In 2000, this celebrity wrecked a porch and a Porsche- A green

911 A) Matthew Perry B) Francis Ford Copolla

C) Robert Downey Jr. D) Courtney Love E) Kate Moss.

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Boxstoberfest 2005

By Bob Bianconi

It was the biggest; it was the best Boxster gathering in the

Southwest… ever! And it was right here in Texas. Boxstoberfest

2005 was held the weekend of September 9-11 in Fredericksburg at

the eastern edge of Hill Country. Supported by Maverick, Lonestar and

Hill Country Regions, this year’s Boxstoberfest (the 8th annual) hosted

62 Boxsters, a couple of 968’s, four 911’s, two 356’s and a Cayenne. Not

to mention the P40… ah, more on that later. D/FW won the honor of

having the most Boxsters attending, closely followed by Austin and

Houston. Many folks came from other Texas cities/towns such as San

Angelo, Pittsburgh (Bob and Jan Jones), Longview, and Corpus Christi.

Photo by Bob Bianconi

Photo by Bob Bianconi

Hill Country roads can’t be beat.

Boxstoberfest weekend started off with a huge German bier bash

on Friday night at the Auslander restaurant in downtown

Fredericksburg. The Auslander is located on Fredericksburg’s Main

Street; but for this weekend, “Main Street” was not to be. Instead, by

Mayoral decree, “Main Street” was re-named “Boxster Boulevard” in

our honor! This has got to be the only street in the country, maybe the

world, named after the Boxster (Stuttgart take note…)!

Saturday was the big day. The morning started off with a Boxster

car show at the Fredericksburg Airport. With private aircraft as the

backdrop, 62 Boxsters lined up on the flight line. And I have to say it

was a pretty impressive sight. All the Boxsters were judged for overall

cleanliness including scoring attributes such as…

• The amount of ‘garbage’ in the seat folds (5 points no garbage,

1 point lots of garbage);

• Whether the wheel crests pointed to the valve cap (old factory


• And best of all: each car got 1 point for having a front license

plate, but got 2 points if they didn’t!

There were lots of very clean ’05 Boxsters and an ’06 or two, but

the cleanest car was owned by D/FW folks, Richard and Robyn Bradley,

with their really sweet ’00 Guards Red Boxster. Congrats, guys!

Another highlight of the car show was the supercharged Boxster

brought by Imagine Auto, a Kansas City Porsche tuner. This car was

pretty awesome, to say the least. Many folks were eyeing-up the trick

install. IA also brought Boxstoberfest T-shirts for each car. Great deal!

Photo by Chris Sorbera

Ground level view of the Boxster lineup.

Perhaps the most exciting part of the car show was provided by

George Szokoly. George flew his private plane from Savannah Georgia

to be at Boxstoberfest. He also volunteered to take one of the participant’s

kids up in the plane to take pictures of the car line-up. There

were several flybys with everyone standing beside their car. Not to be

outdone, the owner of the airport got in his helicopter to take pictures

of his own. Best of all, right in the middle of all the Boxster hubbub was

a fully restored P40 fighter aircraft.

With the festivities at the airport just about over, Boxstoberfest

participants lined up in 2 groups for a drive through the Hill Country.

With such a large crowd, one group took a clockwise route while the

second group took a counter-clockwise route. Both groups met in

Leakey, Texas at the Frio Canyon Lodge for lunch. After lunch a third

group assembled for a spirited drive back towards Fredericksburg -

driving the famous (infamous?) ‘330’ routes (Rt’s 335, 336, 337). These

are just about some of the best roads in Hill Country with lots of curves

and elevation. One of the participants called the trip back a roller coaster;

that about says it all. The remaining 2 groups continued at a nice

leisurely pace back to the Officer’s Club at the Fredericksburg Airport

where cold drinks and snacks were waiting.

Saturday evening wrapped up the day with a buffet dinner at the

Fredericksburg Brewing Company. Folks who took digital pictures

during the weekend downloaded their shots onto a computer and

Aerial views like this happen once in a lifetime.


Photo by Chris Sorbera

everyone got to see themselves driving, eating and generally acting silly.

There were two photo tributes, one to Gottfried Hogh a Boxstoberfest

participant from Michigan who passed away this past year. The second

was to Boxstoberfest organizer, Mike Renter from HCR, who is currently

serving in Iraq. There were lots of door prizes; in fact there were

enough to go around twice. D/FW area sponsors included Autobahn,

Boardwalk, and Zims. Texas Driver Magazine was on hand to cover the

event and hand out copies of their great magazine and new on-line

magazine, Rainy Day Magazine, offered free subscriptions to participants.

What was the best part of Boxstoberfest? Well, aside from meals,

room and gas, Boxstoberfest was free. Then there was the great assembly

of Boxsters and all the free stuff. But as always, it’s all those fun folks

who just happen to own a car like me. Y’all gotta try it next year. It’s a

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3333 Suffolk Drive #104 (race shop)

Fort Worth, Texas 76107

(817) 332-6547 (repair shop)

(817) 924-2100 (race shop)

Owner Rick Jordan: 28 Years Experience Porsche Trained




Financial Report thru June

by Jeff Atkins

Revenue Expenses Net


Membership 7,476.44

Parade '04 10,784.00

Total National 18,260.44


Registrations 13,365.24

Track rental & expenses (9,146.00)

Total Autocross 4,219.24


Registrations&sponsorships 48,547.29

Track rental and expenses (41,193.47)

Total Club Race 7,353.82


Registrations&sponsorships 24,720.00

Track rental and expenses (20,724.15)

Total Driver Education Courses 3,995.85


Dinner meeting registrations 2,030.00

Cost of food and supplies (2,631.45)

Total Meetings (601.45)


Donations (Parade 2004 proceeds) (10,000.00)

Total Charitable Donations (10,000.00)


Sales 609.00

Inventory Purchases -

Total Goodie Store 609.00


Advertising income 3,190.67

Printing and postage (15,754.88)

Total Slipstream (12,564.21)


Bank charges (6.00)

C.D. interest 254.34

Administrative (1,113.68)

Board meetings (329.26)

Total Administrative (1,194.60)


Truck -

Radios (550.00)

AX timer Display -

Flags - (550.00)



B of A Checking account 6,200.56

JPMC Checking account 34,771.80

JPMC Money Market 35,213.69


B of A Checking account -

JPMC Checking account 50,446.11

JPMC Money Market 35,468.03

Outstanding Checks (200.00)



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We strongly believe in access to those who will actually work on your car. Our

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Our clean shop, well-stocked parts department, and comfortable waiting room ensure

that you and your car will get the kind of service you deserve. Maintained tools and

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Our parts department is also second to none. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you in

finding that necessary part or after-market option you require. We are an authorized dealer

for high-performance Recaro seating, Yokohama Tires, Bilstein Shocks, Bosch, and many

others. This ensures that whether you are a casual driver or an enthusiast who needs race

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Royal Lane

Joe Field Rd.



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Service, Accessories & Parts for BMW,

Mercedes & Porsche

2120 Cindy Lane, Dallas, Texas 75229



We are conveniently located near the intersection of Stemmons and LBJ Freeways

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Carrera Cruises - Porsche in Ferrari Land

by Alan Lage

Alan is a 12 year Maverick member. A job transfer currently has

him living and working in Mainz, Germany. He drives a black 968

while in Dallas that Mike Lockas and Clarence Wyatt are baby sitting.

In Germany he drives a speed yellow 996 C4S.

Thursday of Memorial Day weekend

Verena and I loaded up the 911 and

left Mainz for a long weekend of fast

cars, shoes, relaxing in the sun, great food

and wine. Yes, we were heading to Italy.

After a late after-work start we decided to

spend the night in the south German town

of Freiburg near Switzerland. With occasional

bursts of 250+ kph on some stretches

(on the no speed limit autobahn), this trip

only took us one and a half hours.

The next day we were up early and off to Maranello, Ferrari

land. The drive took us through Switzerland, where the strictly

enforced 120 kph speed limit mimics the Swiss people well known

throughout Europe as slow movers. In contrast: once we crossed

the Italian border, even though the speed limit only increased to

130 kph, the traffic on the autostrada began to move much faster

and chaotically just like the Italian people move through life in

what appears to be a constant chaos that somehow works.

My favourite Italian driving method is to speed down the middle

of the two lanes, if a car is coming up quickly behind, you move

to the right lane. If you start to catch traffic in front, you move to

the left lane while your left blinker quickly moves slow traffic to the

right, making your pass quick and safe. As the speed differential

between a Fiat Topolino and my Carrera can easily approach 200

kph, this Italian style of lane discipline works perfectly for everyone

on the road no matter how much horsepower you are packing.

Now if we could only get some lane discipline in the good ole USA.

Once off the autostrada, the back roads to Maranello are ruled

by Ferraris, Porsches - mainly black Cayennes which would be my

choice as a North Italian mafia leader - and the ever present Vespas

and Piaggios whizzing around us like bees protecting their hives.

Mix this with the notorious Fiat Bravo (are they all silver?), three

wheel Apes (bee in Italian) and you have some serious back road

chaos that somehow works.

Maranello would be a sleepy small Italian town if not for the

ever present howl of the V8 and V12 Ferrari engine. After an afternoon

spent browsing the Ferrari store, drooling at the Ferrari

museum, a truly awesome display of street and racing Ferraris and

engines, and trying to gain access to the Fiorano test track (but

only getting glimpses of its action by peaking through the fence on

the side of a back road), we drove by the factory. Just at this

moment a factory fresh F430 howled through the back gate and a

shift of factory workers all sporting red cavallino work outfits

ended their day. Still later in the evening as we went to dinner we

spotted the “men in red” having an aperitivo at the local café and a

Campari at the pub. These factory workers must be so proud to be

part of Ferrari land that their work outfits do not even come off

during their evening social time.

Photo Provided by Alan Lage

Cross Pollonation - Ferrari Garb in a Carrera

After securing a hotel room we took a quick blast up a back

Maranello road which looked like the neighbourhood where the

Ferrari owners lived, the road had plenty of extra curves which

appeared to be put there only for the pleasure of the residents. The

restaurant “Il Cavallino” (Enzo’s favourite) was

our choice for an authentic Italian Ferrari

dining experience. While drinking red wine

and waiting on our dinner the wait staff and

cooks all headed outside to take a look at the

Speed Yellow Carrera setting in the parking lot.

When they returned we asked our waiter why

the excitement over the Porsche in the midst of

Ferrari land? The waiter said: “we grew up next

to the Ferrari factory and see them every day.

But a Carrera, now, that is exciting…”

Obviously also for the cook, who in his state of

Porsche fervour simply forgot to prepare half of Verena’s dinner!

Saturday we moved onto the Sirmione peninsula on Lake

Garda, where the medieval cobblestone-streets are so narrow that the

Carrera’s wide rear hips almost brushed the walls of the houses right

and left. Fortunately they were mostly one-way-roads; still I had to

be careful not to run over an elderly Italian lady chitchatting with her

neighbour across the street or a smiling old man enjoying the sun on

a chair in front of his house. Our hotel was situated on the East shore

Photo Provided by Alan Lage

T-Shirts are Cheaper Than an Enzo!

of the peninsula next to the ancient Sirmione castle. It was simple

with a great balcony view and the sound of the waves crashing

against the lake shore. We explored the shops and beaches ending the

day with an excellent seafood and pasta meal washed down with

great wine and grappa.

Sunday we explored the west coast of Lake Garda with a main

stop in Gargnano, where Verena once spent a summer studying

Italian in the beautiful Palazzo Feltrinelli, the Milan’s University summer

school situated directly on the lake. A few hot afternoon hours

were spent under the olive trees on the beach reading and napping.

The weekend ended on Monday with a final stop at Brescia for

window shopping and a spectacular late lunch, before we had to

slow-move back through Switzerland. We hit the German border

early Monday evening; very light traffic allowed the music of the flat

six at full song fill our ears until we arrived home in Mainz.


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Photos by Kevin Hardison


Time Trial #5 - My First Ever

by Christy Dominick

As a first time attendee at the Time Trials, I

was not sure what to expect. However, I was

excited at the thought of getting a chance to

drive the way I really want to.

Denny (my honey) and I left Flower Mound

at the crack of dawn to get to Mineral Wells by

7:30 am. Of course, we were well prepared with

plenty of water, snacks, and sunscreen. We were welcomed by

Wendy, who checked us in and gave us the low-down.

Photo by Charlie Davis

this was a potentially bad thing. The first group ran for 2 hours

and I started to feel the burn. The time went by quickly with Shelly

giving me plenty of insight and instruction on the course and procedures.

This was fun, but now it was my turn behind the wheel.

First order of business – sunscreen. I quickly covered my

shoulders and arms and watched as Denny took off on his first

run. Did I mention I was excited? In all this excitement, I did not

cover my face, chest, neck, legs….you get the idea. I was pumped

and had great fun, but I was horribly burnt for two weeks, everywhere

but my arms and shoulders.

Now my turn! What an incredible rush! I was still driving like

I was in my SUV, but by the end of my first session, I was ready to

get down and dirty.

Turn #1 was tighter than I expected…I’d be ready next time.

Turn #2 I could visualize and had the feeling of how to handle it.

Turn #3 was freaking me out! After the first session, I had to

psyche myself up for it and push it further than I thought I could.

In the second session I certainly pushed it….I almost spun out,

fishtailed instead, and pulled it out, without touching a pylon!

Christy demonstrating her excitement.

Being the first time for both Denny and I, we were paired up

with Rick Randall and Shelly Burbank for a tour of the course,

and some valuable instruction. Denny and I did well thanks to

their help. They did a fabulous job getting us up to speed (pun

intended). Much thanks to them both!

Apparently it was a smaller group than usual, but we had

enough people to cover all the corners. I was on the tarmac at turn

#4 for the first group’s session. I would recommend this for

anyone who is on a course for the first time. Seeing the challenges

the drivers were having gave me a distinct advantage on turn #4.

I knew what to expect. Turn #3 was a different story, though. We’ll

get back to that later…..

I was so excited, but had no idea what I needed to do out on

the course. Fortunately, I had Shelly with me for that, too. After the

drivers’ meeting it was time to go. I grabbed some water and

off we went, with Bill Miller dropping the attendants at their

designated turns. However, in my excitement, I forgot to put on

the sunscreen we brought with us. Being a fair-skinned redhead,

Photo by Charlie Davis

Perpetual photographer, Kevin Hardison, getting caught on camera.

Photo by Charlie Davis

Rick Randall ready to roll with Brian Petri looking on.

Turn #4 was my baby. I had watched every driver in the first

group take those turns and I knew what I wanted to do and how

to do it. However, I learned another valuable lesson from Bryan

Bell. I went for a ride with Bryan on a fun run and he took turn 4

very differently than I did…and much better.

Turn #5 was comfortable. I guess that’s why I got a little too

cocky on my second to last hot lap and ran over the only cone I hit

that day. If I had just held on, I would have beaten Denny’s best

time. In the end, Denny only beat me by 0.2 seconds!

Turn #6 was frustrating at first, but I was ready to take it on

in my second session, too.

Ultimately, I had an incredible time, learned a bunch and

made some new friends. Everyone in the group was very helpful,

friendly, professional and accommodating. I am looking forward

to the next Time Trial and have been running the course in my

head over and over. All I have to say is, “Look out Denny, I’ll get

you on the next one.” Oh, and after some driving schools, look out

ladies. :o)


Photo by Kevin Hardison

Time Trial # 5 - Saturday, Sept. 10, 2005- Mineral Wells, TX

Class Num Name Car Time Place Points

Class 1

61 Hensley, Steven Green 914 111.919 1 9

Class 2

95 Howard, Travis Yellow 914 94.327 1 9

Class 3

31 Lockas, Mike White 944 87.438 1 9

44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 92.979 2 7

Class S3

76 Miller, Bill White 944 87.652 1 9

Class S3L

65 Howard, Robyn Red 944 97.568 1 9

Class 5

57 Nannis, Joel Yellow 911S 90.517 1 9

Class 5L

11 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 84.455 1 9

Class 6

205 Steele, Mark Red 944S2 81.801 1 9

1 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 82.556 2 7

83 Atkins, Jeff Red 911 85.850 3 5

501 Snodgrass, Tom Yellow Boxster 86.097 4 4

151 Christensen, Steven Plum 911 99.852 5 3

Class S6

234 Gross, Ed Carm. Red Boxster 88.855 1 9

Class 6L

206 Steele, Lisa Red 944S2 86.367 1 9

15 Burbank, Shelly Plum 911 86.367 2 7

Class S6L

284 Gross, Tracey Carm. Red Boxster 92.205 1 9

Class 7

242 Shaffer, Darron W-Green Boxster S 86.868 1 9

Class 9

204 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 83.686 1 9

Class 10

111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 87.608 1 9

549 Petri, Brian White 914 89.262 2 7

Class 11

30 Leavitt, Tom Tan 944 93.824 1 9

Class 13

911 Kuykendall, Bob Black 911 86.392 1 9

Class 16

550 Diller, Richard Red 911S 79.802 1 9

161 Randall, Rick Black 911 Carerra 85.572 2 7

Top Time Of Day Men : Diller, Richard Class 16 Time 79.802

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Shoffit, Wendy Class 5L Time 84.455

Charlie Davis cornering hard through the tight gates.

Photo by Charlie Davis

Chuck Machala chasing down Joel Nannis.

Autocross # 5 - Sunday, Sept. 11, 2005- Mineral Wells, TX

Class Num Name Car Time Place Points

Class 2

5 Mayo, Ed Silver 914 105.883 1 9

37 Davis, Charlie Green 914 109.348 2 7

137 Davis, Kevan Green 914 111.074 3 5

95 Howard, Travis Yellow 914 116.412 4 4

Class 3

31 Lockas, Mike White 944 107.413 1 9

44 McCoy, Chuck White 944 117.349 2 7

Class S3L

65 Howard, Robyn Red 944 120.302 1 9

Class 5

64 Shoffit, James Black 911 SC 104.080 1 9

76 Miller, Bill Yellow 911S 106.579 2 7

40 Fleming, Jerry Silver 911 SC 109.367 3 5

57 Nannis, Joel Yellow 911S 109.658 4 4

Class 5L

11 Shoffit, Wendy Black 911 SC 105.905 1 9

Class 6

205 Steele, Mark Red 944S2 101.494 1 9

1 Machala, Chuck Silver Boxster 102.408 2 7

83 Atkins, Jeff Red 911 105.782 3 5

501 Snodgrass, Tom Yellow Boxster 107.227 4 4

151 Christensen, Steven Plum 911 130.866 5 3

Class S6

234 Gross, Ed Carm. Red Boxster 110.541 1 9

9 Thaler, Marc Black 944 S2 Cab 115.038 2 7

6 Mongol, Michael Black 944 S2 Cab 120.838 3 5

Class 6L

206 Steele, Lisa Red 944S2 106.044 1 9

15 Burbank, Shelly Plum 911 110.846 2 7

Class S6L

284 Gross, Tracey Carm. Red Boxster 115.106 1 9

Class 7

242 Shaffer, Darron W-Green Boxster S 110.599 1 9

Class 7L

720 Kavanaugh, SusannaBlack Boxster S 112.955 1 9

Class 9

204 Bell, Bryan Silver 996 107.762 1 9

Class 10

111 Hardison, Kevin Blue 914 106.048 1 9

Class 12

619 Johnson, Rocky White 968 107.684 1 9

Class 13

911 Kuykendall, Bob Black 911 109.625 1 9

Class 16

161 Randall, Rick Black 911 Carerra 105.121 1 9

550 Diller, Richard Red 911S 106.657 2 7

21 Gonzales, Rick Yellow 914-6 108.479 3 5

211 Jennings, Marvin Yellow 914-6 116.584 4 4

Top Time Of Day Men : Steele, Mark Class 6 Time 101.249

Top Time Of Day Ladies : Shoffit, Wendy Class 5L Time 105.905



New Wheels

by Joel Nannis

If you have any changes that

you would like to make to the

MRPCA membership guide, call

Joel Nannis at 817-329-1600

Aycock, Russell

3444 Westminster

Dallas, TX 75205

1984 911

Himebauch, Gregory (Robin)

7777 Glen America Dr. #330

Dallas, TX 75225

1999 986 Boxster

Jurgens, Christopher

5439 Bonita Avenue

Dallas, TX 75206

2002 996

Neubauer, Glen

5225 Stephanie Drive

Haltom City, TX 76117

2001 996

Chu, Robert (Robert, Sr.)

3716 Silverio Trail

Bedford, TX 76021

2005 996

Jalbert, Michael

4624 Byron Circle

Irving, TX 75038

2004 996 S

Lobato, Ken (Blanca)

P.O. Box 93865

Southlake, TX 76092

2005 996

Perser, John (Judy)

1830 Wind Hill Road

Rockwall, TX 75087

2005 986 Boxster

England, Jason

5308 Carabay #223

Irving, TX 75038

Fletcher, Neal (Rebecca)

1302 Daisy Lane

Irving, TX 76061

2005 986 Boxster

Jandrucko, Robert (Sarah)

2605 Cloud Court

Arlington, TX 76017

2005 Cayenne

Jones, Mark

4619 North Versailles Avenue

Dallas, TX 75209

1993 911

Mc Watters, Mark (Denise)

4300 Hanover Street

Dallas, TX 75225

2004 Cayenne S

Morgan, Steven (Robert


2882 Turtle Creek #701

Dallas, TX 75219

2004 986 Boxster S

Pyatt, James

1341 Grass Valley Drive

Rockwall, TX 75087

Welcome, New Members!

You have just joined one of the best and most active PCA Regions in the country! Some clubs focus solely on social events, while

othersfocus on just show and shine concours events. Maverick Region is a club that focuses on providing our members with the tools

necessary to have the ultimate in driving experiences. You will noice that our region has many Time Trials, Autocrosses, and Drivers’

Education (DE) events (in addition to a yearly Club Race). This has been the spirit of the region for quite some time. We have some

of he finest instructors in the country. Make sure you take full advantage of the driving experiences we have to offer.

Racing is not ALL we focus on, though. If racing doesn’t suit you, we have monthly happy hours, three monthly lunch gatherings,

regular dinner socials, frequent driving tours on some fabulous roads in and around Texas, driving rallies (fun for the whole

family), and regular opportunities to support our perpetual charity, the Hope Shelter. If we don’t have what you’re looking for, just

ask us... we might just add something extra to the calendar.

Please also feel free to share article ideas (and submissions) to We’d love to hear from you!


10 Years

Dellert, Richard

McMahon, Thomas J.(Eileen)

Kosmak, George (Lynn)

Williamson, Jim (John)

Raffa, David F. (David)

Gissendaner, Calvin

Santo, Dennis A. (Dianne C.)

Nelson, Gregory (Lisa)

Atchue, Michael

Slade, John (Carol)











25 Years

Ussery, Carl (Fran)


Happy Anniversary!



Unclassifieds are available free to Maverick Region Members and are $5 to all others (contact Matt Platts for payment details). Please limit size to no more than 6 lines. Ads will run for 3 issues, then removed unless

you request that it be run for an additional 3 issues. Email your ad to by the 10th to have your ad run in the following month’s Slipstream. Be sure to include a contact name and phone

number. If you are selling a car, include mileage and price. Check your ad for accuracy the first time it runs. Contact the editor to have your ad pulled sooner. Due to space constraints, photos can not be included.

1990 Porsche 911 C4 Cabriolet, White with black top, tan interior. All

wheel drive convertible. New clutch, major service, new cab top 140k of

mostly highway miles.Asking $17,000. James Shoffit

682-465-6657 (1)

944 Parts 1985-86. Sunroof lifting motor assembly with microswitches

$70. Ignition relay $20. Outer rubber trim for OEM windshield (new)

$30. Call Taylor (817) 688-7161 or (1)

Wanted: Looking for a good "period" AM/FM pushbutton radio (prefer

Blaupunkt) for 1974 911. Richard Cross 817-472-4260 or


2002 Porsche 911 C4S. Silver, black leather interior, tiptronic, spoiler.,

sports exhaust. Clean and in excellent condition with 13,000 miles. Priced

at $67,500. Tom 214-721-1301 or cell 727-424-5008.


1996 Porsche 993 Factory Twin Turbo, Professionally built for Ivan

"Pudge" Rodriguez by Fred Baker Porsche True Black Exterior with Full

Black Leather Interior with Light Grey Inserts: Dash, Door Panels, Seats

Full Carbon Fiber Package: Dash, Door Insets, Shifter and Brake Lever,

Aluminum Instrument Face Panels Dual Multidirectional Power Heated

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Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors and Sunroof, Nokia Digital Sound with

6 disk CD Changer and Cassette, Brushed Aluminum Door Sill Plates,

Tinted windows. Over $157,000 Invested Please call or email for complete

list of upgrades and photos. 22,205 Original Miles. $79,750 obo

Kevin Mixon 972-679-9244. (1)

1974 911 Sportomatic, aka "Herbert". 82K miles, Dallas car (you know it,

you've seen it, you'll love it). Screaming yellow, just completed full inspection/necessary

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1996 Carrera Cabriolet Red, camel interior, black top. Low (41k)

miles. $37,900. Always garaged, except nice week-ends. Top down

weather is here. Gary Thompson 972-234-2923 (1)

2001 Ford Sport Trac Silver, Charcoal Cloth interior w/ Berber mats,

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1976 911 Turbo Carrera (930) Can you believe that the original Porsche

930 Turbo is almost 30 years old? Here is a great opportunity to own a

piece of automotive history. This 930 is in fantastic condition with only

54K original miles. Grand Prix white with black leather interior and H4

headlights. Recent work includes: rebuilt brake calipers, new rotors, stainless

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increased capacity C4 Turbo oil cooler. The list goes on and on... There

are many photos available, just email me Asking

price: $31,000.00. (1)

2001 Turbo Carrera White w/ full leather lobster interior. Tiptronic,

12,800 miles, nav system, new tires, loaded, all records, excellent condition,

beautiful car. Bill @ 972.742.6006 (2)

1988 944 Turbo S coupe, Maraschino red/tan, very nice condition

throughout, mech. Excellent, all services records from 3 PCA owners,

good original paint/interior, orig. window sticker, maint. By Porsche specialists,

new Avon Tech M 500s, no winter, non-smoker, garaged, stage 1

chip, $16,000 C.C. Ling, 1890 Deborah Drive, #8, Punta Gorda, FL

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Parade T shirts & parade worker shirts, Porsche apparel. Clean, well

cared for: wear, give for gifts, use for artistic projects. Saved by long time

PCA members. Send a SASE for complete list and prices to M.J. Ling.

1890 Deborah Drive, #8, Punta Gorda, FL 33950. (2)

Michelin Pilot Sport 235 40ZR18 (x2) and 265 40ZR18 (x2).These original

equipment tires came of a set of factory "take-off" Carrera lightweight

5 Spoke wheels and are essentially unused. One of the 265s had a

nail in the tread which was removed and repaired at Park Place Porsche.

I will accept any reasonable offer as I cannot use these tires on my lowered

993. Brent Spinks, 903.581.5678 or (2)

1987 Targa Champagne color, Excellent condition, Garage kept and covered

with 68,500 well maintained miles. $23,000 obo. Please call. Cell #

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Porsche GT 3 Seats One pair. black leather, Porsche crest in the seat back.

Good condition--driver's side has some minor wear on the top of left

bolster from sliding in and out of the car (which you would not really

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enough for the street. Have the submarine strap bar installed, a Porsche

factory part you normally have to buy separately, at a cost of more than

$40 per seat. $2200 for the pair. I live in Carrollton & would like to sell

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Average annual total returns

as of 6/30/05

1 Year 5.52%

5 Year 2.02%

10 Year 15.99%

Inception 16.49%*

Data based on $10,000 hypothetical investment 4/16/82 with

reinvestment of dividend and capital gain distributions.

Legg Mason Value Trust

*Average Annual Total

Return from Inception,


The performance data quoted represents past performance and does not guarantee future results. Current performance may

be lower or higher than the performance data quoted.To obtain the most recent month-end information please visit www.leggmasonfunds.

com. The investment return and principal value of the fund will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when

redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. Calculations assume reinvestment of dividends and capital gain

distributions. Performance would have been lower if fees had not been waived in various periods.

Glen Gatlin

First Vice President – Investments

Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc.

(214) 647-3507 • (866) 388-6627

Dallas, Texas

Mutual fund investing involves market risk, including possible loss of principal.

You should consider the fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses carefully before

investing. For a prospectus, which contains this and other information on any Legg Mason or Royce

fund, call your Legg Mason Financial Advisor, call 1-800-577-8589, or visit

Please read the prospectus carefully before investing.

Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc. • Member NYSE, Inc. • Member SIPC •

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9047 Oakpath Ln

Dallas, TX 75243-6353

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