Slipstream - January 2005


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

Past Events

• Founders Day

• East Texas Maze Tour

• Blastin’ the Bayou Club Race

• Holiday Time in Mineral Wells

Upcoming Events

2005 Maverick Driving Schools Info

• February Drivers Education Application

January 2005 - Published by the 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

possible customer satisfaction to our customers. Which

proves the measure of a fine dealership isn’t which

brands it represents but how it represents them. We

chose the brands, and we continually thank our customers

for choosing us.

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601 S. Central Expwy.


Volume 62, Januray 2005, Issue 1


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

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

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

Word on the Street (Editor’s Notes)............................5

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

Curves Ahead - Passion and Performance...............10



Advertisers Index.........................................................28

Upcoming Events

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

Happy Hour at Salt Grass..............................................2

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

New Member Party ........................................................2

Early 2005 Driving Events .............................................3

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

Past Event Recaps

Holiday Time in Mineral Wells ...................................8

Happy Hour at Nuevo Leon.........................................9

Founders Day..........................................................14-15

Maverick Driving Schools...........................................16

Blastin’ the Bayou Club Race ................................18-19


Early 911 Restoration: No. 5..................................20-21

East Texas Maze Tour...................................................22

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

Day January - Events

3 Board Meeting

16 New Member Party (TMS)

18 Plano & Bedford Lunches

20 Happy Hour

25 Addison Lunch

Day February - Events

7 Board Meeting

15 Plano & Bedford Lunches

17 Happy Hour

19 Ladies AX School (Penn)

20 AX101 (Penn)

22 Addison Lunch

26-27 Drivers Educations (MSR)


Kevin Hardison,

Matt Platts, Dennis

Chamberlain, Bill Miller, Charles Freeman,

Marjy Chadwick, Andy Miller

Cover Photo by Wendy Shoffit,

Porsche Racing White 911’s et al

at the Holiday PartyJ

Day March - Events

5-6 AX/TT School (MW)

7 Board Meeting

13 East Texas Tour

15 Plano & Bedford Lunches

17 Happy Hour

29 Addison Lunch

Day April - Events

3 Autocross #1 (TMS)

4 Board Meeting

8-10 Hill Country Tour

16-17 Drivers Education (MSR)

19 Bedford & Plano Lunches

21 Happy Hour

23 Time Trial #1 (MW)

24 Auotocross #2 (MW)

26 Addison Lunch

Photo by Marjy Chadwick

Great Times at Grande Saline, pg. 20 &21.

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Kenneth A. Chandler



Dick Dobson



Tinker Floyd



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



Brooke Van Horne




Hwy 183 Between

Bedford Road and Central

11:30-1:00 Tuesday Jan. 18th


New Location!!!

TGI Friday’s

901 N. Central Expy

(Southbound Service Road)

Collin Creek Mall between

Plano Parkway & 15th Street

11:30-1:00 Tuesday, Jan. 18th


TGI Friday’s

5100 Beltline Rd

(SouthEast Corner of

Beltline & N.Tollway)

11:30-1:00, Tuesday, Jan. 25th



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: 972-939-0896

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 (

No doubt, there were more qualified

people that could have held the

office, but here I am, the new

President of the Maverick Region of the PCA.

Looking back, it doesn't seem that long ago

when it all started, when I first became a

Maverick. While I have owned a wide variety

of sports cars over the years, Austin Healy,

Jaguar, several Triumphs, I always wanted a

Porsche. Finally, in May of '98, I ordered one. After a seemingly

endless wait, in Oct. of '98, I was the proud owner of a

Silver '99 Boxster. That was all I would ever need. After a lot

of help from patient Autocross, Time Trial, and Drivers

Education instructors (too many good ones to mention them

all) I was starting to feel like I (almost) knew what I was

doing. At least, I usually wasn't the slowest one out there.

Then the Boxster S came out - bigger engine, better

brakes, improved suspension. I really "needed" one of those;

in fact, it would be all I would ever need. More help from

... I was the proud owner of a Silver '99

Boxster. That was all I would ever need. ...

more talented instructors and I was starting to go a little

faster. If only I had "R" compound tires, I could really go fast.

Of course, that requires an extra set of wheels, preferably

lightweight, and, ideally, a little trailer to get them to and

from the track. I recall several of us put hitches on our

Boxsters in my garage. Now I was set; that was all I would

ever need.

By now, I was moving up to the faster run groups at DE's

and, on occasion, turning a really respectable time at an AX

or TT. The Boxster S was a daily driver, so there were limits

to what I could comfortably do to the suspension, seats, harnesses,

etc. If only I had a dedicated track car. That would be

all I would ever need. That's when the white 968 came into

the picture. When I first got the 968, I used the same small

tire trailer I built for the Boxster S. Then I started dreaming

of a "real" trailer to haul the 968; that would be all I would

ever need. So I bought the trailer our esteemed editor had

made for his trip to Parade in Florida. It towed great, but was

a little heavy for my tow vehicle. So I obtained a lighter tiltback

trailer with an aluminum deck. By the second trailer, it

became obvious, I needed a tire rack and tool box built for

the trailer, since club racing seems to require lots more

"stuff ". By now, you know, that would be all I would ever


However, since I am in the early stages of exploring a different

tow vehicle, I have been counseled by several fellow

racers to buy one with plenty of towing capacity, just in case

the perfect enclosed trailer becomes available or a different

race car enters the picture. If that happened, it would, for

sure, be all I would ever need. At any rate, that's the semicondensed

version of my Maverick timeline to date. Time

sure flies when you’re having fun.

Since our Presidential campaign was less hotly contested

than the one with George and John, I didn't have to go out on

a limb with a lot of wild promises. That should make life a little

easier. I realize it will be difficult to improve on the great

job Keith and others before him have done, so I will have the

more modest goal of trying not to take too many steps backward.

Since I have been in the club, we have always done a

very good job of recognizing our AX and TT participants,

both in Slipstream and at Founders Day. I would like to see

us do the same good job regarding our Club Racers and DE

participants and instructors. Hopefully, those involved in

these events will support this effort with pictures and articles

for Slipstream. If I should drop the ball or overlook important

areas, I know I can count on you all to bring it to my

attention. I look forward to 2005 and I hope you do as well.

We should be back behind the wheel before we know it. I

know I'll be ready…

Word on the Street

by Mike Holloway, Managing Editor



few guys I know from other parts of the

country what they thought of their PCA chapters.

Here is what they had to say.

“Many PCA chapters have plenty of DE events

and Club Races. Some like my region are too small to

throw large events so they focus on eating, drinking

and showing off cars.” S - Central Plains.

“The Chicago Region has a very active chapter

with events nearly every weekend. HPDE 1-2 per

month, Rally's, AX, and socials fill all free time if you

want to. The chapter's monthly mag? Ugh. I'm SO

tired of seeing the same 15 people in the magazine.”

C - Naperville, IL

“Here in Fla the PCA is a great way to meet great

people and there are enough events, DE and autocross

to keep folks busy most months of the year. For the

annual fee it's hard to beat.” D - South Florida

“Mostly wine and cheezers showing off their prize

cars. Few are involved in AX and more into Concours.

I would much rather race than show. The regional

mag is good enough. The ads and classifieds always

help.” M -San D CA

Involvement is the key - the more you do the

better it gets. If racing isn’t for you, prehaps showing

your Porsche would be fun. The Maverick chapter is

also a great place to get involved in civic projects. If

you have a passion for writing, contact Slipstream. We

are alwasys looking for interesting articles to publish.

Feel free to voice your ideas and opinions on

Slipstream at



Email: or

FAX at (817) 267-4939










Holiday Times in Mineral Wells

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

by Lanean Hughes

On a beautiful, sunny, Texas Sunday, December 19, 2004,

a group of excited Maverick members were in Mineral

Wells to participate in the groundbreaking ceremony for

the new Hope Shelter. With the assistance of the Hope board

members, staff members and administrator, Lisa Huffaker, we

“lifted the dirt” at the new site. After a few brief introductions,

Reverend Bumpus of the First Baptist Church lead a prayer to

bless the land. It’s a dream becoming a reality. Following the

ceremony we all then had Holiday sharing with the staff and

clients from the shelter. The toys and stuffed animals that PCA

members donated at the holiday party were given good homes

and will be loved. Everyone enjoyed the great event. Helping

those less fortunate is what WE

are all about. We “Hope” that all

the Maverick members will make

a New Year 2005 commitment to

our new project. Please help us

secure the building materials

needed for this shelter. We will

continue to take donations

throughout the year. This is

Maverick’s ultimate project, and

we want to share this with all our

PCA friends around the country.

Come be part of an exciting and

rewarding project. We will soon

be looking for volunteers to help

with putting up dry wall, painting,

as well as many other More Than Words Can Discribe.


Maverick Minutes

by Mimi Spreen

The final Board meeting of 2004 was held on

Tuesday, December 14 at the home of

Karen and Keith Olcha. Attendees: Keith

Olcha, Rocky Johnson, Joe McGlohen, Mark

Gluck, Noby Takahashi, Mike Brodigan, Matt

Platts, Wendy Shoffit, Lanean Hughes, Dennis

Chamberlain, Bill Dawson, Andy Miller, Jeff

Atkins and Mimi Spreen.The meeting was called

to order at 7:19 pm.

Bill Miller (aka Keith Olcha) - Tom Snodgrass will be doing an

article on the upcoming AX schools. There will be on-line registration.

Dates for 2005 have been confirmed with Bob Manskey at

Mineral Wells. The charity AX tentatively scheduled for 10/2 at

TMS. A firm date will be following.

Andy - wants to know where to get insurance release forms

for the Tours and who and where do they go after the event?

Wendy has release forms. The signed forms need to be kept in

archive for 7 years.

Lanean - sponsorship contracts for 2005 are signed and taken

care of. December 19 at 2:00 is the groundbreaking for the new

Hope Shelter, followed by the Christmas party for the shelter kids.

12/18 stocking stuffing party at Laneans around 1:00.

Mike - there are 2 outstanding ads for payment, everything

else is up to date.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

and non-skilled projects. If you haven’t purchased a Brick for

“Paving the way to Hope”, please contact Linda Bambina at Many thanks go to the committee members

and Maverick members who have given of their time and talent

to help make this a reality. I would like to ask each of you

to place a “bank of sorts” somewhere in your home or office

that will contain loose change or a little extra money that can

be given to the Hope Building. We are a membership of over

a 1000 members, and I know and have no doubt that we can

“Build it”!! Contact any of the Hope Committee for additional

information: Mark Gluck, Lanean Hughes, Linda

Bambina, Bill Middleton, Ron Colbert, John Lersch, and

Justin Hiegel.

Dirt Lifting at the New Site

Noby - will pass VP info onto Mark.

Rocky - wants to change the format in Slipstream showing the

Board officers and chairmen. He is working with Matt to get that


Matt - Michael Holloway is the new Slipstream Editor. Matt

will be working with him to help in the transition.

Matt needs articles for the January Slipstream.

Dennis - wants someone to take pictures and send to Steve

Boyd for the website. Monda Degan and Mike Lockas are the new

Happy Hour chairs for 2005.

Bill - is the new DE chair. Registration opens on 1/6 for the

next DE.

Joe - storage unit has water on the floor from time to time and

we may need to get a pallet to get any items up off the floor. New

radios for 2005, 10-12 units at an estimated cost of $500-600 dollars.

Will take off-line and talk to event chairs. Motion made to

allow up to $800.00 to purchase radios, seconded and motion


Wendy - has heard comments that we reduce the number of

non PCA entrants and cautions against that move. It may drive

away some people who are a big part of our club.

Motion made to adjourn the meeting at 9:05. Motion seconded

and passed.


Happy Hour at Nuevo Leon

by Dennis Chamberlain

Happy Hour Crew: Dennis Chamberlain, Monda

Degan and Mike Lockas

Asmall but enthusiastic

group of Mavericks

attended the November

18 Happy Hour at Nuevo Leon,

as we approached the

Thanksgiving Holiday. This

was our first visit to Nuevo

Leon since its recent change in

ownership. An advantage that

Nuevo Leon has to offer, in addition to a reasonably priced

menu, is that Clarence and Lydia Wyatt always come.

Another face that we hadn’t seen for awhile was Chris Smith.

New members

attending were Ken

and Grace Strauther

(’99 Carrera

Cabriolet), who used

to be members in the

Southern California

chapter when they

owned a 912E, and

James LaBarba. I

don’t know if you

can tell from the pictures,

but James

could have a second profession

by doing Billy Crystal


For the January 20th

Happy Hour, we’ll be heading

back to the Saltgrass

Steakhouse in Irving.

We’ll be the group gathering

around the fireplace.

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Chris Smith Found

Billy Crystals ‘got not’n on’

James LaBarba

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Clarence & Lydia Wyatt Nuevo Leon Regulars

As we enter 2005 we have a new happy hour committee

consisting of Monda Degan, Mike Lockas, and me.

We’ll be heading to some new places, plus some of our

old favorites including the Bavarian Grill, Sea Grill, and Joe

T Garcia’s.

New Members Grace & Ken Strauther


Curves Ahead - Passion and Performance

by Matt Platts & Mike Holloway, Slipstream Editor(s)

Last month, Mike Holloway was introduced as the new

Managing Editor for SLIPSTREAM. He contacted me

several weeks ago with interest in the position. I was

eager to talk to someone with experience and willingness but

I was also apprehensive. We put a lot of time and energy into

every issue, more so than many people realize. I didn't want

to hand this over to just anybody. The following is the first

conversation I had with Mike.

SLIPSTREAM: I'm glad you have an interest in the

publication, how long have you been a member of PCA?

MH: About three months.

SLIPSTREAM: Three Months? That's not very long,

how long have you owned your Porsche?

MH: Going on five months I guess, but I actually drove

the car I own for awhile in grad school, about eleven years

ago. A very good friend ended up buying her and kept her

on the road with the agreement that I would have first

refusal when it came time for him to give her up. That

happened several months ago.

SLIPSTREAM: What year and model?

MH: She is a 1977 911 Targa ROW with a 2.7l engine.

Various reliability upgrades have been made to her and for

the most part she runs real well. A little surface rust in a few

spots, but then again she was a Northeast car. She is in

surprisingly good shape.

SLIPSTREAM: You refer to your car as 'she', any


MH: Ya, kind of strange. I never really understood why

people referred to their sailing vessels or performance

vehicles as 'she' until I drove that car. After spending sometime

in it, I think I understand. I can't really explain it.

These cars are more than a means of transportation - they

are a blend of passion and performance. The darn things

have a soul. Let's face it, if you don't understand or respect

them, you can get seriously messed up.

SLIPSTREAM: The cars or the 'she's’?

MH: Yes.

SLIPSTREAM: OK, we will just leave it at that. What is

your background? You mentioned grad school, what did

you study?

MH: I have a weird combination - a BA in philosophy,

a BS in chemistry and an MS in chemical engineering.

Nineteen years ago, I started in R&D, and then moved into

product development, then sales and marketing. The past

five years it's been a combination of all that.

SLIPSTREAM: But you do desktop publishing now?

MH: Only by default, I do technical development and

reliability for a lubricant manufacturer. Awhile back, I spent

many many hours working with the folks in our marketing

and advertising departments on various projects I was spearheading.

There were too many re-dos. Now I just do it all

myself. It seems to save time. I speak at a bunch of conferences

on original concepts and research that I have done in the field.

I have a certain quality of work I like to present and a pace I

work at. It's easiest for me if I can take it all on, delegate when

needed but mostly punch through the rest myself.

SLIPSTREAM: So why do you want this post? The time

commitment is considerable and it is all voluntarily.

MH: I just love to create - physically and intellectually.

It's really a hobby for me. Also, I am one of those that

really like the stress of a deadline. The more things I have

going, the better I like it. I seem to be at my best when

pushed to the limit.

SLIPSTREAM: This will feed that need. Do you have

a family?

MH: I have a seventeen year old daughter that lives

outside of Chicago with her mom, a five year old son and a

two year old daughter that I have with Lisa, my wife of

seven years. The little ones really like the Targa. I really got

the car to work on with my son over the next ten years but

I suspect that my littlest girl will want to get her hands dirty

on it as well.

SLIPSTREAM: Are you going to get involved in DE or


MH: Someday, but right now I want to get the car in

shape. The engine is sound and she really doesn't weep any

oil. The transmission could use some new bushings but

that's about it for now. I will strip her down and clean her

up cosmetically. We'll save the internals for when problems

present themselves. For now, I'll just leave the engine well

enough alone.

SLIPSTREAM: So you must have read the 911 restoration

article that appears each month?

MH: Absolutely, it provided inspiration. The great

thing about this community is that folks are really willing

to share their insights and are not afraid of telling you their

mistakes. I will try to do as much of the work as possible.

There will be certain things that I just don't have the

machines for. Those are the things I will have to farm-out.

SLIPSTREAM: So what are some of the things that

you are looking to change in SLIPSTREAM?

MH: Not much of anything - it's a good read. I have a

few article ideas that might be fun but nothing radical.

Unless there is a ground swell of discontent (which there

doesn't seem to be), I say leave well enough alone. You guys

do a great job. I would feel privileged to be associated with

this publication.

SLIPSTREAM: We look forward to having you as part

of the team.



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Founders Day

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Keith Olcha presenting the Selcer Award to Lanean Hughes.

This years Greg Murril Award went to Wendy Shoffit.

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Bill Miller presenting the Men’s Top Driver trophy to Chuck Machala.

Autocross Final Standings

Class Car # Name Car

2 1 Cody Sears

2 Ron Bailey

3 1 Mike Lockas

4 1 Jerry Sutton

4L 1 Myra Sutton

5 1 James Shoffit

5L 1 Wendy Shoffit

S5 1 Jerry Fleming

6 1 Chuck Machala

2 Bill Miller

3 Jeff Atkins

S6 1 Tom Snodgrass

2 Jack Ormberget

3 Bob Kuykendall

S6L 1 Shelly Burbank

7 1 Darron Shaffer

S7L 1 Susanna Kavanaugh

10 1 Kevin Hardison

2 Brian Petri

11 1 Joel Nannis

12 1 Rocky Johnson

13 1 Mark Steele

2 Rick Randall

16 1 Rick Gonzales

Chuck Machala gives Wendy Shoffit the Ladies Top Driver trophy.

Time Trial Final Standings

Class Car # Name Car

2 1 Cody Sears

5 1 James Shoffit

5L 1 Wendy Shoffit

6 1 Chuck Machala

2 Bill Miller

3 Jeff Atkins

S6 1 Bob Kuykendall

2 Tom Snodgrass

S6L 1 Shelly Burbank

7 1 Darron Shaffer

S7L 1 Susanna Kavanaugh

9 1 Bryan Bell

10 1 Kevin Hardison

2 Brian Petri

11 1 Joel Nannis

12 1 Rocky Johnson

13 1 Mark Steele

2 Rick Randall

16 1 Richard Diller


Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Rookie Of The Year

Brian Petri

Most Improved Driver

Jeff Atkins

Cone Killer

Joel Nannis

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Cody Sears

Class 2 AX/TT, 1st Place

Mike Lockas

Class 3 TT, 1st Place

Jerry Sutton

Class 4 TT, 1st Place

Myra Sutton

Class 4L TT, 1st Place

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

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

James Shoffit

Class 5 AX/TT, 1st Place

Chuck Machala

Class 6 AX/TT, 1st Place

Bill Miller

Class 6 AX/TT, 2nd Place

Jeff Atkins

Class 6 AX/TT, 3rd Place

Tom Snodgrass

Class S6 TT, 1st Place; AX, 2nd Place

Shelly Burbank

Class S6L AX/TT, 1st Place

Darron Shaffer

Class 7 AX/TT, 1st Place

Susanna Kavanaugh

Class S7L AX/TT, 1st Place

Bryan Bell

Class 9 TT, 1st Place

Kevin Hardison

Class 10 AX/TT, 1st Place

Brian Petri

Class 10 AX/TT, 2nd Place

Joel Nannis

Class 11 AX/TT, 1st Place

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Photo by Matt Platts

Rocky Johnson

Class 12 AX/TT, 1st Place

Mark Steele

Class 13 AX/TT, 1st Place

Rick Randall

Class 13 AX/TT, 2nd Place

Richard Diller

Class 16 TT, 1st Place


Maverick Driving Schools - Class of 2005

By Tom Snodgrass

Winter hiatus is nearly over! Are you ready for school? Maverick Region is sponsoring four driving schools to give you a taste of

what competitive driving is all about. Though safety comes first, having fun is our goal for everyone. The focus this year is on

Porsche drivers who want to learn more about driving their cars. Previous experience is not required. In fact, if you have taken

the schools two times already, you have graduated. Please accept our congratulations! (Now we want you to volunteer to help put on the

schools for the new people.) Students will receive full instruction from our excellent and experienced Maverick instructors. All schools are

held prior to the start of the Autocross and Time Trial seasons to get you hungry for more!

Ladies Only Autocross

Pennington Field - Saturday, February 19, 2005

This is our traditional ladies only school taught by our best lady

drivers. Many of them are class winners at the Porsche Parade. Guys

are just there to set up the course, work corners, and pick up cones

during this very well organized school. Top speeds are lower, and all

of the exercises are designed to help you learn about your car. There

is plenty of time to gradually increase your speeds as your confidence

grows. This is a great school for ladies that want to get ready

for the driving season, or just “give it a try”.

Autocross 102

Mineral Wells – Saturday, March 5, 2005

Though similar in organization to Autocross 101, the Mineral

Wells venue allows for more and different exercises, and a larger

Autocross course. Autocross 101 is not a prerequisite, so feel free to

attend Autocross 102 even if you cannot make it to 101. Mineral Wells

is the perfect location to explore the limits of your car. Students will

learn what the car can, and cannot do, in a safe environment.

Autocross 101 – Introduction

Pennington Field – Sunday, February 20, 2005

This school is the same format as the ladies only school the day

before, but is open to the gentlemen as well. Ladies are welcome to

join either day, or both! This school is the perfect introduction on

how to attend an Autocross. Students drive exercises in the morning

followed by a real Autocross in the afternoon. Students and instructors

“work” the corners to gain experience as an observer as well as

a driver. Fun runs at the end give volunteers and instructors a chance

to join the fun as well.

Time Trial 103

Mineral Wells – Sunday, March 6, 2005

This school provides a specific focus on the Maverick Time

Trial courses. This school includes multiple laps on courses that

are higher speed than the Autocrosses. Students learn higher speed

handling and transitions in portions of the Time Trial courses in

the morning. The afternoon is devoted to an actual Time Trial.

General Info:

The schools are expected to be

sold out. We limit the number of students

to ensure full instruction for everybody. This means:

Register early to ensure your spot!

The Porsche Club member cost is $35 for each school.

(This must be the bargain of the century for instructed driving schools!)

Non-Porsche Club and late registrations will cost $40.

Porsche Club members that sign up more than 2 weeks in advance

will have priority. Acceptance e-mails, along with school details, will be

delivered approximately 2 weeks prior to the school.

Helmets are required. They must have a SNELL 95 or SNELL 2000

rating. If you don’t have a helmet, loaners will be available. You will be

asked to purchase a head sock for a nominal charge (or bring your own).

All cars must have a Maverick Region technical inspection prior to

the schools. This ensures that any problems are fixed prior to showing up

at the track. Inspections may be performed at Mayo Performance in

Euless or Autoscope in Plano. Please contact Bill Miller at,

or Chuck Machala at for more details.

We need volunteers to help put on the school. Please consider

“giving back” by helping out with setup, running, and taking down the

event. We need you to register online so we know you are coming.

For more information, or to register (students or volunteers), go to:

If you have any questions, please contact Tom Snodgrass at

or call at home 972-939-7967.

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Blastin’ the Bayou Club Race

by Nitro Mueller (aka Bill Miller)

It was wet and dreary as local Maverick Club Racers

packed up and headed to Louisiana and the November

21 Blastin’ the Bayou Club Race. A year earlier several

Mavericks had run at No Problem Raceway and the word

spread of the terrific track and warm hospitality of the

Mardi Gras Region.

... a combination of “whoohoo” high speed

turns after the main straight...

Most of us arrived on Thursday to unpack and

settle in before the sun went down. Daylight arrival is

especially important at NPR because this is a place that

is not easy to find. It’s nestled between swamps and oil

refineries outside Baton Rouge. We unpacked in the

drizzle, got our cars into the garages and hoped for a

clearing in the weather.

We got the reprieve from rain we wanted on Friday.

That meant good weather for open track sessions and,

for rookies like me, a chance to learn the track. The 1.8-

mile circuit is virtually flat but with a combination of

“whoohoo” high-speed turns after the main straight and

technical low speed sequences on the backside that keep

it constantly interesting. After a day of driving we

tucked into a trackside spread of tasty Cajun food and a

live band that got even those of us with two left feet

(better for braking, I’m told) on the dance floor. The

Mardi Gras Region definitely knows how to throw a


On Saturday the rain came back. We spent the day

huddled in the garages and under trailer awnings while

the rain alternated between showers and periods of outright

deluge. I went out for just one afternoon session

and found a combination of standing water and mud

dragged on the track by cars that had made off-road

excursions. The conditions got so bad that the Mardi

Gras folks wisely closed the track early. We all headed

Photo by Bill Miller

for dinner and another evening of Mardi Gras Region

hospitality and fun.

On Sunday the rain turned to intermittent drizzle

and we were able to drive. Qualifying was in the morning

followed by two types of races. The first was a Sprint

Race and the second was a Feature Race in what’s called

a Formula Libre format. The Sprint uses a rolling start

led by a pace car and your grid position is determined

by your qualifying time. The Formula Libre is a handicapped

format that starts each car individually in

reverse order of its qualifying time. The car with the

slowest qualifying time goes out first. The fastest qualifier

goes out last and, in theory, if every car ran like it

qualified, we’d all cross the finish line together.

The racing was exciting and the Mavericks made a

good showing, but the best thing about a Club Race

weekend is the people. It’s a chance to spend time with

friends and meet racers from other regions. The Mardi

Gras Region deserves kudos for the hard work that went

into 2004 Blastin’ the Bayou, for its volunteers and

workers who braved the elements, its Cajun hospitality,

Photo by Bill Miller

Photo by Bill Miller


Photo by Bill Miller

Photo by Bill Miller


Early 911 Restoration: No. 5

Photo by Charles Freeman

by Charles Freeman

Let me start this month’s update with a disclaimer, “Don’t

Try This At Home”. After about a year into this project I

am becoming quite discouraged. It seems every time I go

to work on the car I end up taking parts off but never putting

anything on. I will also add the words of wisdom, “don’t

purchase a non-running car because it is cheap thinking you

will restore it” those words I should have heeded. Anyway the

drudgery continues.

Photo by Charles Freeman

As you saw last time I had removed the floorpan by drilling

out some spot welds and using an air hammer to separate body

panels. Because I used the air hammer there was a lot of distortion

of the panel flanges so I had to straighten these out. Also, it left

a lot of excess metal on the flange so I needed to grind this off.

Up to this point of the project my angle grinder has become one

of my most valuable tools. I can put sanding disks on it to

remove paint, cutting wheels to cut metal, and grinding wheels

to smooth rough surfaces. I bought a high quality Dewalt and it

has yet to fail me. One note of caution, beware of loose clothing

when using the grinder. The “on” button locks in place so you

don’t have to fatigue your thumb by holding it down.

One time I had on a Tyvek jacket (like the white suits you

see people wearing when making silicon wafer chips) which I

thought I had tucked back. I was using the grinder and a knotted

wire wheel and I guess I was “zoning out” while grinding away

at the undercoating when I felt a powerful “whack” in my ribs.

I looked down and could see the Tyvek coat had gotten caught

in the wire wheel and the grinder had pulled itself up the jacket.

It was inches away from my face buzzing violently as it was

fully energized. I lucked out because it could have gone right to

my face and shredded my cheek. Instead, I ended up with a

painful bruise and a good lesson. Never let boredom set in when

working with power tools! Once the weld flange surfaces were

ground smooth I used a hammer and dolly to straighten the

flanges. I would find out how critical this was later. This also

gave me an opportunity to check the quality of the emergency

brake, accelerator, and clutch cable as these are completely

exposed from underneath the center tunnel.

The floorpan I bought was painted with a green primer

coat to prevent it from rusting. Welding through this primer

would reduce the quality of the weld. So I removed the paint

along the welding flange areas and painted it with a weldthrough

primer. That is why in some areas of my floorpan are

green and others are silver. I took this opportunity to spray

Eastwood’s Rust Encapsulator on the exposed underside of the

car. In order to blend the new floorpan into the car I had to

make a template of where I cut the old floorpan out of the car

and transfer to the new pan.

Well, I made a template, checked, re-checked, and checked

again. This was done by taking measurements from fixed points

as a reference around the body. The scenario goes like this: crawl

on your back under the car, stretch your arms as far as you can

to reach a bolt hole, stretch the tape measure out, watch it snap

back into your face, place it on the hole again, snap back into

your face, cuss a little, and so on. This was repeated countless

times because I knew I would only have one chance to cut the

new floorpan. Anyway, I figured I would err on the positive side

and cut away a little less than my template showed, place the

new piece onto the car and check the fit. I started to use the

grinder with a cutting wheel to cut the floorpan but found it

took way too long for my patience so I resorted to a Sawzall

(big industrial jig-saw). Now I finally had the new floorpan

ready to place on the car. Hmm, one person lifting a 4 foot by 6

foot sheet of metal and holding it on the car body, upside down,

would be challenging. I laid several sets of vise grips around the

outer panel flange of the car on the garage floor. I lifted up the

floorpan then laid down on my back with this on top of me.

I shuffled my body on the floor, kind of like a worm I guess,

until I was under the car. Well then I had to lift it off my chest

and hold it in place while I clamped it.

So envision this, I use my knees, head and one hand to push

the floorpan into position on the car. Did I mention this was

heavy? With the free arm I stretched out, felt around and found

a vise grip, then clamped the floorpan and car body flange

together. I then took one foot to kick another vise group close

to my hand and I clamped it to the car on the opposite side.

These two vise grips are not strong enough to hold the heavy

floorpan so I had to get about 10 vise grips positioned all

around the car. With the floorpan finally in place I extracted

myself from the car. My wife happened to be in the garage at the

time and she thought I looked pretty funny with the indention

of the floorpan in my forehead. After a few choice words she

decided to go into the house. After all the work of measuring

the template and being careful to leave sufficient overlap in the

front of the floorpan I realized I must not know how to read a

ruler. Most of the length where the old floorpan joins the new


Photo by Charles Freeman

had about an eighth inch gap. Oh well, too late now. I figured

my best option would be to buy some sheet metal, overlap the

old and new sections of floorpan and weld that into place. I

would do this after I welded the floorpan in place.

As I previously mentioned, I removed most of the floorpan

using an air chisel that left the flange severely distorted. This is

why you don’t do that. Once the floorpan was clamped to the

car I found I had to spend more time with a hammer and dolly

to get the new and old flanges to meet correctly. If these are not

in intimate contact the weld will not be good. Anyway, this took

a lot more of my time but also gave me the chance to reflect on

how best to weld this into place. My original plan was to drill

the spot welds of the old floor pan out from the car body side.

Photo by Charles Freeman

Why do it this way? Simple. After the old floorpan is

removed I would be left with a lot of little holes in the flanges

on the car body. When the new floorpan is in place all I have to

do is plug weld from the side where the hole is. To make my

very long story short, once I was ready to weld I just had to lean

over the car and start welding on the flange of the center tunnel.

Very easy to reach, and I wasn’t lying on my back! While welding

I alternated sides and front to back so as not to build up too

much heat in the sheetmetal. Well let’s just say it wasn’t perfect

but came out pretty good. Where there was good contact I

made a nice “puddle” in the center of the drilled hole and overlapped

the edges to “capture” the new floorpan. I then went

around the outside of the car on the flange just below the door.

Again, real easy to get to.

Unfortunately, I learned that welding with jeans that

have holes in them doesn’t stop the molten metal from searing

your skin.


East Texas Maze Tour (minus the maze)

by Marjy Chadwick

November 21, 2004 I guess the threat of rain kept most

people home, as only seven cars showed up for the East

Texas Maze Tour. But they were seven of the best. Ted

& Bonnie Glover were in their black 1977 Turbo, followed by

Andy & Cindy Miller in their silver 2004 Turbo Cabriolet. We

were all glad to see Andy as he had just gotten out of the

hospital on Friday. Jim and I were in our new (new to us) blue

2002 C4S. After us was CJ and his neighbor Carl in CJ’s 1997

red 993 C4S, and then Jim Mayzurk & Mimi Grant in Jim’s

beautiful blue 928. Jim had just gotten his car back after

having had the master cylinder repaired. Retirement must

really agree with Jim, as he looks happy and relaxed.

Following him was Frank in his black 2002 C4S. (Go C4S’s)

Frank showed us all his new sport exhaust. When he flips the

switch, it really has a great sound. Finally, the caboose was

Douglas in his black Mini.

Photo by Marjy Chadwick

roads with nothing around and then all of a sudden, bam –

there is this beautiful golf course and country club. The club

was lovely and the staff members were very accommodating.

Andy Miller - Poster Boy for the Grand Saline Salt Mines

Photo by Marjy Chadwick

We all got a big laugh when Ted had the waiter serve

Andy 6 shakers of salt and a shot of Gatorade. Andy has a

problem with his sodium and is on a high salt and low liquid

diet. After lunch we had a little time to let our food settle

as we waited for Ted to put air in his tires. Some of us

take care of this before the tour, but I guess Ted feels he can

do a better job with a little portable air pump.

Porsche Friendly Eagles Bluff Country Club For Lunch

The roads were wet when we started out, but by midmorning

had dried out. The trees were all turning and the

colors were beautiful. With all the rain we have had, Moore

Farms (where we were going to go through the cornfield

maze) was a muddy mess. It’s not the type of place you

want to take a bunch of Porsches. So we decided to spend a

little extra time driving on the back roads of east Texas.

We stopped in Bullard on Lake Palestine at the Eagles

Bluff Country Club for lunch. This place was out in the

middle of nowhere. We drove along these back country

Photo by Marjy Chadwick

“I thought PCA was picking up the check?”

Photo by Marjy Chadwick


Even P-Cars Need A Break!

What makes these tours so interesting are all the little

towns we go through as we transverse the back roads. They

all have their unique yard art, mailboxes, and bird houses.

You never know what you will find or see. While going

through the town of Frankston, we passed a little Ford dealership

and on the showroom floor was a Ford GT. Who

would guess in such a little town? Going through Grand

Saline, we passed the Morton Salt facility. Under the city

there is a salt dome that is 1.5 miles across and 16,000 feet

thick. This one facility could supply the world’s need for

salt for 20,000 years. Who knew? Around Forney we

stopped to say our good-byes and then head home. This is

always the sad part, as we all hate for the day to end.

Wonderful friends, exciting cars, beautiful scenery, what

more could you ask for?

Photo Name Badges

Bryan Bell


A great idea for all Maverick Region events!

These are the same size and shape as the 2004 Parade badges and

feature the same magnetic attachments. Now you can wear a name

badge with your favorite Porsche shirt without having to poke holes it!

Our photography or yours . . . just $7.50 each.

Driver’s Education Car Numbers as low as $8 each!

These are heavy duty individual 10” tall magnetic numbers and are

available in white, black, red, yellow, orange, blue or green.

Custom work is also available in any color . . . including metallics!

Coming soon!

Hats • Shirts • Banners • Posters

Calendars • Track Photography

Car Numbers • Digital Photo Editing

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Irving, Texas • (972) 849-8512




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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.

1980 911 SC Tobacco brown, full camel leather, never wrecked, garage

queen with 46k original miles, fully sorted stock suspension, 2nd owner

(22 years), too much to list, all records, $18,500 with all oem spares, take

offs etc., send email to for specifics or call Bill @

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1987 911 Coupe with sunroof. Black/Crimson. 56,000 miles. Factory

spoilers; sport suspension with many modifications (details available

upon request). Excellent daily driver/weekend track warrior. All papers

since new. Service current. Overall excellent condition. Making way for

new car. Asking $25,400. Contact Randy at (214) 417-7900 (2)

1981 911 SC Targa Euro Blue/blk lea. 179K mi. great compression, pwr

windows, Carrera tens., pop off valve, and CD player, no track, garaged.

$12,000 OBO (2)

1986 944 Turbo 106K miles, loaded. Carefully maintained by enthusiast

including Mobil 1 every 3K. Owned for 10 years and have all books,

records, and receipts. $9K in recent work, light body damage. $10,500

o.b.o. Call Donna at 469.477.2041 days; 972.678.2260 eves and wknds.

Leave message if no answer (2)

1991 Porsche 911 C2 Cabriolet Tiptronic, White/Black Top/Grey

Interior ,79000 miles-lady driven-my wife wouldn't let me drive it

much-told me to drive my own car! Well maintained, looks and

runs great. $26900 o.b.o. Contact Dan Gage @ 214-215-4582 or (2)

1993 911 C4 Black with tan interior, loaded, 69k miles, sunroof, one

owner. Asking $25,500. Contact Marilyn at 817 444 7403 or (2)

944 Parts 1984 - 1986 Used parts in working condition. OEM

Windshield with antenna in glass $100. Windshield rubber trim (new)

$20 (used) $10, Burgundy steering wheel $70, digital OEM clock $50,

cruise control sensor $20, Sunroof motor assembly with micro-switches

$75, ignition switch relay $20. Contact Taylor at 817 688-7161 or (2)


Slipstream Advertiser Index

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

Autobahn Motorcar Group (800) 433-5602 Page 19

Autoscope (972) 867-7467 Page 11

Boardwalk Porsche (214) 576-1911 I.F.C.

Bob Johanneson Fabrication(800) 544-2956 Page 13

Bobby Archer’s Motorsports (817) 877-1772 Page 12

Buckley’s Precision Racing (817) 239-7969 Page 7

Dallas Auto Sports (214) 320-2228 Page 21

Dallas Euro Cars (972) 243-4911 Page 17

Fifth Gear Motorsports (972) 317-4005 Page 23

Glen Gatlin, Jr. (214) 647-3507 B.C.

Gray Cat Graphics (972) 849-8512 Page 23

Istook’s Motorsport Svcs (817) 332-6547 Page 17

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

1990 911 C2 This looker finally available! Stunning Baltic blue 964

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garaged. Many unique features. No rips/tears/cracking in leather. Better

than new! $25,900. or 214-242-2057 (3)

1989 911 Cab 82,000 miles. Excellent condition. This is a garaged, never

raced, pampered beauty. White with dark blue leather interior. Alpine

stereo with 12 disc cd. Chome wheel hubs with colored Porsche centers

over white background. Not a scratch or bleamish. Priced at $23,000 for

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1972 911T 2.4 C oupe All original, fair condition, runs ok, 127,000 miles,

Stored for 14 yrs. New batteries, tires, rebuilt brake system, new plugs,

wires, and filters. Includes, full front bra and car cover. $5500 OBO. Ask

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1973 911T Texas car, no rust, 60,000 mi on total restoration, white with

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SS heat exchangers,webbers, turbo tensioners, electronic ignition and

distributor - 911310095. $10,000 takes all. Contact John Haley at

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1980 911 SC Petrol Blue w/ tan checker fabric int. 100096 mi w/ complete

engine refurb, 3500 miles on engine rehab. complete exhaust

replacement, brake rework, suspension, etc. Have about $39000 in the

car, asking $14500. turning 72 next Bday can't keep up with the car.

Garaged in Longview, Tx. 903 295 3136 or

Ask for Larry, Email for pics. (1)

Wanted - Damaged 72 to 89 911 Oil Cooler Lines (thermostat to front

oil cooler brass lines)., Scott Wolthuis 817 594-4995 (H) 817 992-1046

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Wanted - Fiberglass Targa Top to fit 1977. Mike (214)-450-7864 (C) or

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James McAndrew (Cynthia)


Don Istook (Laurie)

Fort Worth William Miller (Grant)


Richard Kassel (Bob)


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Michael DeJong (Michele K.)

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Thank you for your continued support in the Maverick chapter of PCA. This club would be nothing without folks like ya’ll!

Jerry DeFeo Designs (972) 240-5800 Page 9

Mayo Performance (817) 540-4939 Page 7

Mean Green Travel (940) 565-8111 Page 7

Metro Volkswagen (972) 659-9999 Page 12

911 Enterprises (972) 241-2002 Page 25

Park Place Porsche (214) 559-4222 Page 6

PartsHeaven (800) 767-7250 Page 13

RUF Auto Centre (214) 269-1571 Page 27

ScottSearch (214) 800-2836 Page 26

Soundwerk (817) 281-9381 Page 13

Ussery Printing (972) 438-8344 Page 23

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