Slipstream - January 2006


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

Upcoming Events

• Rally Holiday School


• New Member Party

• Autocross Wine Tasting Schools

at Tony’s

Past Events

• Tour • Founders' to Arkansas


• DE at MotorSport • East Texas Ranch


• American • Charity Lemans Autocross at Sears at Point


December January 2006 2005 - - Published by 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

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

Anniversaries ................................................................27


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

Upcoming Events

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

Happy Hour at Saltgrass Steak house..........................2

Wine Tasting at Tony’s Wine Warehouse ....................2

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

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

New Member Party ........................................................3

Rally School & Touring Rally........................................3

Driving Schools Coming up! ........................................5

Driving Schools - Class of 2006..................................12

DE at MotorSport Ranch - Super Sized! ..................20

Past Event Recaps

Award Winning Founders’ Day Gala ........................14

East Texas Tour ............................................................18

American LeMans Ends the Year................................22

Happy Hour at Razzoo’s..............................................24


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

Hope Shelter in Need ..................................................21

Post Office Notice ........................................................24

Volume 63, January 2006, Issue 1

Go Online For Latest Updates on Events

Day January

2 Board Meeting

14 New Member Party

14-15 LSR DE (TWS)

17 Bedford & Plano Lunches

19 Happy Hour

22 Rally School

31 Addison Lunch

Day February

2 Wine Tasting

7 Board Meeting

11-12 LSR DE (TWS)

16 Happy Hour

18 Ladies/Teens AX School (Penn)

19 Autocross 101 School (Penn)

21 Bedford & Plano Lunches

25-26 Drivers Education (MSR)

28 Addison Lunch

Day March

4 Time Trial School (MW)

5 Autocross 102 School (MW)

7 Board Meeting

12 Whitesboro Tour

16 Happy Hour

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 March - Continued

18-19 LSR/HCR Club Race (TWS)

21 Bedford & Plano Lunches

23 Happy Hour

25 Rally

26 Autocross #1 (TMS)

28 Addison Lunch

Day April

8-9 Drivers Education (MSR)

8-9 Hill Country Tour

18 Bedford & Plano Lunches

20 Happy Hour

22 Time Trial #1 (MW)

23 Autocross #2 (MW)

Day May

2 Board Meeting

6 Time Trial #2 (MW)

7 Time Trial #3 (MW)

7 Palo Pinto Tour

16 Bedford & Plano Lunches

18 Happy Hour

27-29 Club Race / DE (MSR)

30 Addison Lunch


Dennis Chamberlain, Wendy

Shoffit, Jan Mayo, Mark Gluck,

James Shoffit, Andy Miller, and

Bill Stafford.

Cover Photo by Drew Campbell

911 at MotorSport Ranch

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2005 Porsche Club Zone 5 Presidents


Stan Wenger



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Rocky Johnson

C: 972-816-1769


Ron Mott



Mike Lindsey



Ray Quick



Brooke Van Horn




2005 Maverick Region - Board, Officers & Chairs


Rocky Johnson

H: 972-462-8227

C: 972-816-1769

3502 Sandy Lake Circle

Quinlan, TX 75474

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.


Jan Mayo

H: 817-595-4651

C: 817-313-9406

Jan joined Maverick Region in 1980 with a

1974 914, which she still has. She has been

region secretary, treasurer and editor, Zone 5

Representative plus Parade Treasurer, Parade

Worker Chair & 2004 Parade Chair. Currently

she's an active driver & instructor in AXes and

TTs and enjoys tours and rallies.


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

Happy New Year to everyone! I hope you

all had a joyous and safe holiday season

and that your 2006 is off to a good start.

It's hard to believe that it has been twelve

months since I first sat down and tried to figure

out something to say to fill this space. The time

has passed quickly, and for the most part, has

been lots of fun. With benefit of hindsight, 2005

was a great year for the Maverick Region. Tons of challenging

driving events, super socials, interesting Slipstream articles,

and outstanding progress on the new building for our favorite

charity, Hope Shelter.

Looking ahead, 2006 promises to offer new and expanded

ways to enjoy your Porsche and interact with your Maverick

friends. We have a solid mix of experienced folks and energized

new board members, so we should be able to get the year off to

a productive start. The social aspects of the club never really slow

down. The New Members’ Party in January will provide some

entertaining and informative new twists. This is followed in

February by a new wine tasting event that Tracey and Ed have


Our driving events don't slow down much either. Teri Davis

has planned a rally school in January to introduce interested

parties to the basics of rallying. In February we conduct the first

of three sections of our highly regarded autocross and Time

Trial schools. Additionally, we will be running our first DE of

the year on the newly expanded track at MotorSport Ranch, and

at a bargain price. Speaking of MotorSport Ranch, we are

already getting good reports regarding their new track on the

other side of Houston. The rumor mill continues to buzz about

a potential new track development near the DFW area as well.

Always a good thing, new driving venues within reasonable

distance of the Metroplex!

So, as you can probably tell from just a very brief preview,

2006 promises to be a full, fun year for the Maverick Region. To

be sure that you don't miss a thing, now is a good time to

download the full years event calendar from our website

( See you soon!

Maverick Region would like to thank Al Zim for hosting

the recent swap meet (Nov. 5th) . The weather was

excellent for looking for that Porsche part needed for

an up coming winter project or just getting your

favorite little German car going down the road again.

Thanks again, Al! David Mock, Swap Meet Chair





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Maverick Minutes

by Michael Wingfield

The December 2005 Maverick Region Board

meeting was held at Hackberry Creek

Country Club on December 6, 2005. The

meeting had the following 20 members in

attendance: Executive Council: Rocky Johnson,

Mark Gluck, Jeff Atkins, and Michael Wingfield;

Board Members: Joe McGlohen, Teri Davis. Joel

Nannis, Wendy Shoffit, Tracey Gross, Lanean Hughes, and Andy

Miller; Other Members: Charlie Davis, Bryan Bell, James Shoffit,

Marie Wingfield, Dave Curtin, Tom Snodgrass, Clint Blackman,

Bryan Petri, and Jan Mayo.

Rocky called the meeting to order at 7:10 PM, and began the

‘round table discussion.

Joe McGlohen – Expects increase in expenses for 2006

associated with MSR. Anticipates as much as $7,000 needed for

additional equipment to staff the full 3.0-mile course at MSR, with

the addition of 4-7 new corner stations.

Charlie Davis – Will get estimated operational costs associated

with the truck for a 2006 budget. Still working on the 2006

AX/TT class rules, and waiting on vehicle data from Ed Mayo for

items such as camber settings and spring rates.

Teri Davis – 2006 Rally dates appear on the calendar and will

prepare a Rally budget for 2006.

Bryan Bell – Will serve as TT Chair for 2006 and will develop

a TT budget based on 2005 data.

Joel Nannis – We have ~1,100 members of the ~53,500 total

PCA national membership. Has had some response to the “No

Hard copy of Slipstream” list requests. Will work with James

Shoffit to develop a notification method for those persons not

wanting a paper copy of the magazine, but who are comfortable

viewing Slipstream online.

Mark Gluck – No driving events in December require

insurance. Next driving event is the rally school on 1/22/06, and

will have insurance in place for that event. New Member Party on

1/14/06 will also have coverage.

Wendy Shoffit – ~115 attended Founder’s Day, with ~30

sponsors attending. The Casino Night generated ~$1,500 for Hope

Shelter. Maverick Region logo playing cards seen at Founder’s Day

are now available in the Goodie Store. December Slipstream went

to the mail house the first week of December. Deadline for the

January 2006 issue is December 10. January issue will be filled with

Founder’s Day coverage, but still needs articles from other past


Jeff Atkins – Has detailed budget information for the 2006

Chairs. Region has ~$15,000 in surplus funds for the year, before

deducting Founder’s Day expenses of ~$4,200.

Tracey Gross – Holiday Party is ready with 58 RSVP’s. New

Member Party on 1/14/2006 at TMS Clubhouse will have display

tables providing information about each of the club activities.

Wine Tasting on 2/2/2006 will be limited to the first 40 to respond

and pay, due to space limitations. Have Panorama magazines from

1976 to 2005 available for anyone interested. (MW requests 1978-

1982, and JN requests 1976-1977, leaving 1983-2005 available.)

Michael Wingfield – February DE registration opens

on 12/15/05. Registration will be via a new online system, that will accept credit cards and

PayPal. Working with Jeff Atkins to finalize the club PayPal

interface to accept and verify payments.

Lanean Hughes – Founder’s Day Casino Night, plus personal

gifts generated $3,409.00 for the Hope Shelter. Peter Schutz also

donated $1,000 from his book sales to Hope Shelter. Presented a letter

for thanks from the Hope Shelter to Maverick Region for support

including $24,000 in the last two years. New shelter now has brick

exterior and will have electricity soon. Gift Delivery Party will be

12/11, the day after the club Holiday Party. A “Kids Wish List” of gifts

for the shelter guests was posted Monday (12/5) on the mrpca yahoo

list (

As sponsorship coordinator, has obtained pledges for $30,000 in

sponsorship funds for the 2006 driving events.

Tom Snodgrass – Wants help with the AX/TT schools.

Typically the AX & TT Chairs assist with the schools and he is

looking for any volunteers to also help. Joe McGlohen will help

with event safety.

Andy Miller –2005 Tours complete. The 2006 Tour events

appear on the calendar.

Clint Blackman – Volunteered to host “Day Tours” or “Sunday

Drives” as a Sunday afternoon event. The drives will visit a

transportation-related site. Will look for open dates on the 2006

calendar to schedule the events.

Brian Petri – Will serve as AX Chair for 2006, and is getting up

to speed (yes, pun intended) with the position responsibilities.

Rocky Johnson as Dennis Chamberlain – Razoo’s Happy

Hour (HH) had ~45 in attendance. December HH is 12/15 at

Champs in Addison. January HH is 1/19 tentatively set for

Saltgrass Steakhouse in Irving.

Rocky Johnson – Expects all Chairs to have budgets ready for

the January 2006 board meeting. The Bylaws revisions now

contain proposals from the Executive Council and additional

changes submitted through the membership. The existing Bylaws

and the proposed changes are available on the Maverick web site.

A vote on the proposed changes will occur at the February 2006

Board Meeting. Has assembled a committee to investigate and

define, if possible, the notion of an online meeting or voting

mechanism. The committee consists of Bob Benson, Steve Boyd,

Jan Mayo, Dave Curtin, and James Shoffit. DE insurance fees

increase by $100 for 2006. National Insurance coverage to protect

the region and its representatives has been expanded for 2006.

PCA National issued an Ethics and Code of Conduct statement for

the regions.

Hackberry Creek Country Club will host the January 2006

Board Meeting. 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, 1/3/2006.

The December meeting adjourned at 8:36 PM.






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From The Driver’s Seat

by Wendy Shoffit, Slipstream Managing Editor

Well, another year has come and gone. They

keep getting faster and faster, don’t they? I

remember as a kid the last week before

Christmas taking, oh, about a year! Now, it feels like

that time passes in a heartbeat. Fortunately, I have

Jasmine here to remind me how special and magical

Christmas is and how long it *really* takes to get

here! I’m blessed to have such a wonderful family and hope that you,

too, are as blessed.

I don’t know about you, but I’m planning to attend the first DE

at the new MSR track! With the track increasing from 1.7 miles to the

“super sized” 3.1 mile track, it’s sure to be a hoot! I only hope they

don’t knock me back a run group since it’s been so long since I’ve

driven. I wonder how many of the guys I used to pass with ease will

now look to me for the point by and zoom around?

The past year or more I’ve been more focused on Autocross and

Time Trials. I had to in order to stay competitive with Lisa Steele and

Shelly Burbank in their new rides. I think maybe James needs to buy

ME a new fast car! Right, honey? *grin*

This year will be filled with even more diverse events to attend...

more (and slightly different) tour days and a more rally events. Get

ready for school days now... autocross, time trial, and rally! Oh, and

bring your wife or teen on Feb. 18th as we attempt a school for both

groups on the same day! Get in the drivers’ seat and enjoy the view!

What are you waiting for...Christmas?

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 1/31/06.

November was too tough! There were no full winners and

most everyone else answered 3 correctly. These two guys

were the only ones who could correctly identify the photo,

so they get this month bragging rights.

Congratulations to our November winner,

Cyril Reif

Honorable mention goes to Jay Walker

November Answers: 1) c 2) a 3) b 4) a

This month’s prize:

$25 gift certificate to:

1) What is the common name for the Porsche employed electronic

fuel injection systems that were manifold pressure

controlled? A) L Jetronic B) D Jetronic C) Vario-Cam

Injection D) Weber DGEV

2) Who was Al Holbert’s partner in the ’85 Camel GT Lowenbrau

962? A) Derek Bell B) Hurley Haywood C) Vern Shuppan

D) Dave Brown

3) The 914 2.0 –4 Cylinders achieved larger displacement over

the 1.7 and 1.8 by increasing A) Stroke only by 1mm

B) Bore only by 1mm C) Head Size D) Both Bore and


4) The picture shows the power plant of this famous Porsche car.

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Maverick Driving Schools - Class of 2006

by Tom Snodgrass & Kevin Hardison

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 Porsche

men and women who want to learn more about driving their car.

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 need 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 and Teens Autocross (Pennington Field - Sat., Feb. 18, 2006)

- This is traditionally our ladies only school taught by our best lady drivers.

This year we are including teens (16- and 17-year olds with proper

paperwork) in this low-stress learning environment. Many instructors 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 101 – Introduction (Pennington Field – Sun., Feb. 19,

2006) - This school is the same format as the school the day before, but

is open to the others, as well. Ladies and teens 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 in as well.

Time Trial 103 (Mineral Wells – Sat. March 4, 2006) - This school

provides a specific focus on the Maverick Time Trial courses. It 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.

Autocross 102 (Mineral Wells – Sun., March 5, 2006) - 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.

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! Register at:

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 members, and late registrations, pay $45 for

each school.

** New this year:

- First time students will receive a coupon for a free Autocross or

Time Trial.


- Lunch will be provided for students, instructors, and volunteers!

- We begin accepting payment via Paypal.

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 and must have a SNELL 2000 or 2005 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 Bryan Bell at, or Brian Petri 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, instructors, or

volunteers), go to:

If you have any questions, please contact Tom Snodgrass at or call at home 972-939-7967.

“You can talk about your oil cooler at the water cooler, but you

would be hard pressed to talk about your water cooler at the oil cooler.”

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Another Winning Founders’ Day Gala

By Dee Lersch

Each November the Maverick Region celebrates its 1962

founding with a gala at which the winners of the year's driving

events are honored, next year's officers are installed, and money

is raised to benefit our charity, the Hope Shelter. It is an eclectic

event, a mixture of past and future, both poignant and joyful.

This year Founder’s Day was held at the Hilton DFW Lakes in

Grapevine – an appropriately glittery backdrop for the Casino for

Charity action and the more than 130 Mavericks who attended,

many in black-tie. Peter Schutz, CEO of Porsche AG from 1981-

1988, was our speaker, bringing more glamour and excitement to the

evening by sharing his memories of Porsche’s return to, and

dominance of, international racing events during his tenure as well

as the engineering of the biggest positive financial turn around in

Porsche sales history.

Photo by James Shoffit

Current Selcer Award Winner, Wendy Shoffit (center) with past winners.

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Mark Gluck

Treasurer, Jeff Atkins, taking his chances at craps... that is HIS money, right?

Lori Mauthe with her father, Peter Schutz, signing autographs

for Robyn Howard, Mike Lockas, and Lisa Steele.

Mr. Schutz also significantly added to the treasures, and

finances, of the Silent Auction by donating autographed copies of his

book, Driving Force: Extraordinary Results with Ordinary People

(Entrepreneur Press, 2003), which brought in more than $1,000 for

the Hope Shelter! Casino “donations” and other auction items

(including a membership to MotorSport Ranch won by a thrilled

Monda Degan) added $1,500 more.

AX, TT, Top Driver, and even an award for Cone Killing, were

given out. We had Rally series trophies, and Club Race and Drivers’

Education recognitions. Then our special award for outstanding

club service, The Richard Selcer Memorial Trophy, was given to

Wendy Shoffit - along with a standing ovation for all her work on

behalf of the Maverick community.

Event organizers Ed & Tracey Gross, Jan Mayo and Wendy even

arranged to document that Mavericks clean up well: Linda

Bambina and Charlie Davis set up a “Maverick Glamour Shots”

studio. They snapped proofs, printed and delivered the photos at

the end of the evening as a special souvenir of another fabulous

Founder’s Day.

If you didn’t make it to this one, put it on your 2006 calendar

right now: “November, someplace wonderful, with the people with

the cars.”

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Dee Lersch, Jean & Dave Frick, Kafi & Eknauth Persaud

Current President (left), Rocky Johnson with former MRPCA Presidents.


Photo by Mark Gluck

Club Race Award Winners

Photo provided by Wendy Shoffit

First Place Autocross Winners

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Second and Third Place Time Trial Winners

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Doreen & Brian Petri with Jerry Fleming

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Jan Mayo

First Place Time Trial Winners

Photo by Jan Mayo

Andrea & Bryan Bell with Steve Christensen

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Second and Third Place Autocross Winners

JoAnne and Dave Curtin

Bill Miller with Bill & Sharron Dawson

Year End Time Trial Trophy Winners

Name Class Place

Sears, Cody 2 1

Howard, Travis 2 2

Lockas, Mike 3 1

McCoy, Chuck 3 2

Howard, Robyn S3L 1

Shoffit, James 5 1

Nannis, Joel 5 2

Shoffit, Wendy 5L 1

Steele, Mark 6 1

Machala, Chuck 6 2

Snodgrass, Tom 6 3

Burbank, Shelly 6L 1 TIE

Steele, Lisa 6L 1 TIE

Gross, Ed S6 1

Gross, Tracey S6L 1

Shaffer, Darron 7 1

Bell, Bryan 9 1

Hardison, Kevin 10 1

Petri, Brian 10 2

Johnson, Rocky 12 1

Kuykendall, Bob 13 1

Diller, Richard 16 1

Randall, Rick 16 2

Herrmann, Jeff 16 3

Top Men’s Driver - Chuck Machala

Top Ladies’ Driver - Wendy Shoffit

Rookie of the Year - Ed Gross

Most Improved - Shelly Burbank

Cone Killer - James Shoffit

Year End Autocross Trophy Winners

Name Class Place

Sears, Cody 2 1

Mayo, Ed 2 2

Davis, Charlie 2 3

Mayo, Jan 2L 1

Lockas, Mike 3 1

McCoy, Chuck 3 2

Howard, Robyn S3L 1

Miller, Bill S4 1

Shoffit, James 5 1

Nannis, Joel 5 2

Fleming, Jerry 5 3

Shoffit, Wendy 5L 1

Machala, Chuck 6 1 TIE

Steele, Mark 6 1 TIE

Snodgrass, Tom 6 3

Steele, Lisa 6L 1 TIE

Burbank, Shelly 6L 1 TIE

Gross, Ed S6 1

Thaler, Marc S6 2

Gross, Tracey S6L 1

Shaffer, Darron 7 1

Kavanaugh, Susanna 7L 1

Bell, Bryan 9 1

Hardison, Kevin 10 1

Petri, Brian 10 2

Johnson, Rocky 12 1

Randall, Rick 16 1

Gonzales, Rick 16 2


Rally Trophy Winners

Photo Rally participants (both Las Colinas & Grapevine)

First Place - Ed & Tracey Gross

Second Place - James & Jasmine Shoffit

2005 Selcer Award Winner

Wendy Shoffit

2006 MRPCA Board Officers

President - Rocky Johnson

Vice President - Mark Gluck

Treasurer - Jeff Atkins

Secretary - Jan Mayo

Club Race 5/5/500 Winners

Participants who had 5 (or more) podium finishes in

5 (or more) races within 500 miles of the D/FW metroplex.

David Baker

Wayne Brown

Jim Buckley

Bryan Henderson

Seth Higgins

Doug Molny

Keith Olcha

Noby Takahashi

Jay Walker

Overall Top Winner with the Most Podium Finishes

Jim Buckley

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Melinda & Doug Molny

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

James Shoffit getting the Cone Killer Award

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Overall Club Race Winner Jim Buckley

Photo by Mark Gluck

Keith Olcha stuffing the raffle boxes

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Photo by Jan Mayo

Joel Nannis trying out the merchandise

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Susanna Kavanaugh, Christensens & Shelly Burbank

Photo by Wendy Shoffit

Kevin Hardison & Tim Machala checking

out the raffle prizes

44 and More Parts

American Golf Cars

Autobahn Motorcar Group


Ben Witry/BankSource Mortgage

Boardwalk Porsche

Bobby Archer's Motorsports

Buckley's Precision Racing

Custom Welding & Fabrication

Dallas Auto Sports

Dallas Euro Cars

Fifth Gear Motorsports

James Shoffit, Bob Lewis & Seth Higgins

Many thanks to our 2005 Sponsors!

Glen Gatlin/Legg Mason

Gray Cat Graphics

Hart Photography

Istook's Motorsport Services

Jerry DeFeo Designs

Joel & Erika Nannis/Tweety Bird Racing

Laser Dogs

Lee Wilkins

Louden Motorcar Services

Mayo Performance

Mean Green Travel

Metro Volkswagen

Leslie Black & Annette Snodgrass

selling raffle tickets


Motorsport Ranch

Mustard Racing

Nine-Eleven Enterprises

Park Place Porsche

Rudy's Barbeque

RUF Autocentre


Soundwerk Car Audio

Ussery Printing

Zims Autotechnik







Authorized installer/tuner for REVO Performance Software,

FIKSE Wheels, and STOPTECH Performance Brake Systems

Watch for the ISTOOK/AINES Motorsports

AUDI S4 Twin Turbos on Speed Channel

2733 West 7th Street (repair shop)

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


East Texas+Winnsboro+Great Roads+Autumn Colors+Porsches=FUN

By Sarah Gutfarrin

Another touring season has come to a close, and what a great

year it has been. Interesting places to see, fantastic places to

eat, great places to stay, super friends to associate with, and

then there were the roads...the reason we all do the tours. Roads,

roads and more roads. And, they are getting better every year as

Andy and Ted find new gems with every tour planning trip. Roads

where you can discover what Dr. Porsche had in mind when he built

his first hot rod VW in the lumber yard in Austria.

Photo by Andy Miller

944 and the “Camper”

Photo by Andy Miller

Chris Smith, Carl Moore, and Bonnie Glover

The culmination of this great year was the Autumn Tour to the

east Texas forests which grow in abundance around the town of

Winnsboro. This is the area of Texas where a blazing rainbow of

colors reminds one of the photos depicting the northeastern states.

One contrast is that while we were touring the great roads and enjoying

the scenery with tops down and air conditioners on--in

November--most of the poor unfortunates who live in the northeast

have put their cars away for the winter. Locked up tighter than a drum

until April, waiting for the sun to come back out. Man, I love Texas.

The last tour of the season brought out some long lost friends

who had gotten their priorities confused. They had forgotten to plan

their 2005 calendar around the Porsche tours and as a result, found

that they could not be in two places at the same time. And, their

excuses are so flimsy. Business priorities?? Family priorities?? And,

how about this one...other car club events! Brother, we need to think

about blackballing that guy. However, it was really great to see some of

the old time regulars like Chris Smith and her beautiful white and blue

cab, Steve Marusa and his RUF lowered 993 Flaming Red Turbo, and

Mr. Other-Car-Events, Jim Mayzurk, and his phenomenal silver 928.

Many new people were present, which is always fun for the

group. As new people always mean new stories and new friends. New

also for this tour were two female drivers. Bonnie Glover actually

lead most of the day driving her 1989 Diamond Blue Turbo Cab and

Marjy Chadwick showed her driving skills by piloting her silver

Boxster through the curves like she did it every day. And, this was

really the first time she had driven the Boxster in a spirited fashion

on these types of demanding roads. She has obviously picked up a lot

of tips from watching Jim drive, and to think we all thought that she

had her eyes closed the whole time when she rode with Jim.

Photo by Andy Miller

Besides the great weather, great roads and great friends, we did

have some tourists from Canada join the tour in their...? Well. I am

not really sure what you would call it. However, when we saw it

parked in the parking lot of Wal-Mart, the main thought that

popped into peoples minds was, "That isn't going on the tour, is it?"

It had caboose written all over it, and to everyone’s surprise, it had

no problem keeping pace with the rest of the group.

This "it" could best be described as a Porsche 944 Motorhome.

Actually, a Porsche 944 towing a gutted rear-wheel-only-944 with a

trailer hitch under its nose, hooked to the back of another 944. Both

painted flat black. Inside the 944 trailer were accommodations for

two. Bed, refrigerator, and all the amenities one would find in John

Madden’s motorhome. However strange the two 944s looked driving

down the road hooked together, this oddity performed well on the


By the end of the tour, everybody was pleased that Vicki &

Gregory Poirier decided to do a Maverick Region event in their

travels around the US.

Check the PCA web site for future tours as they are all planned

already and you can mark your calendars now. This way nobody will

have to listen to phoney-baloney excuses when you are asked,

"Where were you?"

Scenic Road along the way.


1033 N. Henderson St.

Fort Worth, TX

(817) 877–1772

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2006 New Yearʼs Resolutions



1. Super Size fries Yes No


2. King Size burger Yes No


3. Jumbo Size shrimp Yes No


4. DRIVE THE Mega-Size MSR YES!! No


It had to happen. In the world

of downsizing, and smaller,

and tinier, and ultra compact

everything else, you finally

get MORE, much more…


Kickoff the 2006 MRPCA Driver Education program

Join the Maverick Region and Ruf Auto Centre for the GRAND RE-OPENING of MotorSport

Ranch. Now over 3 miles long, itʼs the longest dedicated road course facility in Texas. Be

the first on your block to drive it.

GRAND RE-OPENING SPECIAL Whatʼs a re-opening without a special? For the February DE

only, the entry fee is being reduced to $199. The big track can now hold many more cars.

Let's all be there; tell your friends. See the new layout:


Itʼs easy. It makes julienne fries. Use PayPal, Credit Card, or pay by check. BONUS SPECIAL

– registration for PCA members opens way early on December 15 th . Go online anytime and

create your own driver profile.

So put aside your Atkins Diet or your Zone Diet. Try the 2006 Maverick Region DE Diet.

One weekend, and youʼll be smiling all the way home! Just imagine if you try them all.


2006 Maverick Region DE Schedule

-- February 25-26 DE sponsored by Ruf Auto Centre

(Online registration for February opens December 15th)

-- April 8-9 NEW IN 2006! sponsor - Autobahn Motorcars

-- May 27-29 sponsor - Boardwalk Porsche

-- September 16-17 sponsor - Boardwalk Porsche

-- October 28-29 sponsor - Park Place Porsche

Find DE details all year at


New to Driver Education? We have the program for you – high performance driver education. Itʼs a

program designed specifically for all skill levels. We provide the education youʼre seeking. You are on

track in limited group sizes with others with similar levels of skill. Plus, additional safety rules are in

place to keep cars separated. You receive one-on-one instruction from PCA approved instructors the

entire weekend. You get eight 25-minute driving sessions a weekend. You can hang out in the 2 story

clubhouse between sessions and watch others in air-conditioned comfort. Every current Porsche is

eligible without modification. All of this at a modern facility located right here in the DFW metro area.



American LeMans Ends the Year in the Dark

by Bill and Marilyn Stafford

(Mazda Raceway at Laguna-Seca)

Although this was the end of the year for the ALMS Series, it

was also the re-emergence of Porsche into the LeMans

Prototype Class. Porsche has been noticeably absent from the

top classes of the LMP for years, all the while watching the Audi

juggernaut win and win and win. The new car was supposed to have

surfaced at Road Atlanta 2 races ago, but was withdrawn without

much explanation. While this event was the debut of the new LMP2

car, the pit accessibility was non-existent. We were told in the Photo

meeting not to try to get into the pit, because of a FORMAL request

by the Team Manager. This was quite a snub to the other Factory

Porsche Teams (official and non-official), as they would not let

ANYONE in. Danny Sullivan and Dick Barbour were among those

turned away. If this would have happened in other venues, some sort

of Rules infraction might be suspected. However in this case, we will

just believe that the secrecy was due to the “wow factor” and they

were trying to stay focused. Roger Penske has always been secretive

and his cars have always been yellow. (Did he/ will he buy DHL?

Rumors abound.) Any way, the new Porsche is swoopy like the rest

and during the race was running 2nd overall for a couple of hours

which is quite a feat for being in the “slow” LMP2 class. Oh yeah, for

what it's worth, I don't think it looks like an Aardvark.

Photo by Bill Stafford

Photo by Bill Stafford

#31 Peterson Porsche 911 GT3 RSR at speed

#6 Porsche (LMP2 Winner) Spyder RS going over the top at the Corkscrew

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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

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

in Dallas. We offer emergency towing service 24 hours a day and have arranged

for special rental car rates with area rental agencies. Come by for a visit between

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Photo by Bill Stafford

Photo by Bill Stafford

#79 J3 Racing 911 GT3 RSR

The Race:

All four classes broke the track qualifying records and it

wasn’t the same old Teams’ involved. LMP1 pole was taken by Tom

Chilton in the Zytek 04S. Chilton, fresh from Sedan racing in Great

Britain, was brought on board due to his experience in running

side by side (bashing?) in large groups of racecars. (Works for me

as the Zytek was nearly put out of the Petit LeMans race in Atlanta

by a 3 car wreck at turn 1.) The Zytek beat the old Audi R8

qualifying record by 0.9 seconds. The LMP2 pole went to the new

Penske DHL Porsche RS Spyder with Sascha Maassen at the wheel.

In the GT1 class, the ACEMCO Saleen S7R qualified at the

pole for the first time ever. This was fortuitous for Saleen driver

Terry Borcheller, because the car has been running for 3 years

without a win or a pole and the money people are starting to get

anxious (according to the usual sources) and he wants to keep the

gig. On the other hand, the Corvette team (who usually beat the

Saleen like…well, you know) went out to qualify and only ran 2

laps each to scrub in the tires. Rules say you have to start the race

on the qualifying tires and when the flag fell they blew past the

Saleen like it was at anchor. The Corvettes finished 1st and 2nd

with the New Aston Martin DB9 of Peter Kox/Pedro Lamy getting


Romain Dumas in the Alex Job Porsche 911 GT3 RSR took the

GT2 class pole but was bested by the Petersen White Lightning

Porsche 911 GT3 RSR at the finish. The Panoz Esperante GTLM of

Bill Auberlen/Robin Liddell led the GT2 field for a long while but

had to pit for fuel which doomed them to a 2nd place result.

When the flag dropped, all eyes were on the new Porsche

LMP2. Chilton and co-driver Hayanari Shimoda did not

Our own Maverick Region member, Mark Lopilato, in his 911 Turbo

Photo by Bill Stafford

disappoint. The Porsche ran like the Energizer Bunny and was

actually in second place overall for an hour or so and finished 5th

overall 1 lap behind the LMP1 winner and 8 laps ahead of the 2nd

place LMP2 Courage C-65. As the race unfolded, it was apparent

that the once strong Audi's were showing their age. This was the

last race for the R8's in their current configuration as they managed

a 2nd and 4th place finish overall. Technology marches on.

The Other Race:

The SCCA Speed World Challenge Race is always a hard

fought one. This time it was a real door banger between

the Cadillacs and the Viper of Tommy Archer. "Mad Max"

Papis (Cadillac CTS-V) took the win with Max Angelelli (Cadillac

CTS-V) second and Archer third. Maverick PCA member Mark

LoPilato (Porsche 911 Turbo) started dead last at 28th and finished

a hard fought 16th. The Cadillac win gave them the Manufacturer's

championship over Porsche and Andy Pilgrim (Cadillac CTS-V)

won the Drivers Championship despite not winning a Race in


Next year, the ALMS begins with the 54th annual Mobil 1

Twelve Hours of Sebring in March and kicking off a 10 race

ALMS series.

Porsche sandwich at the Corkscrew

Pit Rat Notes:

This was Roger Penske's 1st visit back to Laguna-Seca since

1973 when he was racing a Porsche 917/30 Thunderwagon with

Mark Donahue.

Porsche and Lola are the only 2 marques to post 2 class wins

in the same race. Last time for Porsche was Sebring in 1999.

All 4 pole winners were on Michelin tires

Maverick PCA member Mark LoPilato just missed getting the

"Hard Charger" Award in the Speed World Challenge Race.

Chilton (20) and Shimoda (21) became the youngest driver

pairing to win overall in the history of the ALMS. Bill has socks

that old.

It has been since the Grand Prix of Washington in 2002 when

David Brabham and Jan Magnussen won in the Panoz LMP02 that

a chassis other than Audi or Lola won overall

Support your local Racetrack.


Happy Hour at Razzoo’s

by Dennis Chamberlain

We had our first Razzoo’s Happy Hour on November 17.

The Cajun food was a big hit, as it (and the general

location) brought out forty-five members, with lots of

new faces, including several new members.

David and Antonette Espen are veteran members, but they

were attending their first happy hour. New members included Jerry

Talley and Terry Dickson-Talley (1981 911 SC Coupe), Rebecca and

Neal Fletcher (2005 Boxster), and Rob Bailes (2004 Carrera).

Paul Seiler was in attendance, and I wish he would come more

often because every time I see him he has a new Porsche. He

brought his latest to Razzoo’s - this time one of the rare, new,

magnificent 2005 911 Club Coupes.

So….. for our January 19th happy hour we’re sticking with the

MacArthur/LBJ corridor – this time it’s back to Salt Grass Steak

House. Hope to see you there!

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Mike Halbrook

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Charlie Elkins

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Photo by Dennis Chamberlain

Antoinette and David Espen

Jerry Talley and Terry Dickson-Talley




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

Achilles, Sven (Daniela)

22 Fair Green Drive

Roanoke, TX 76262

2003 996

Gardner, Kevin

3200 Main Street #30

Dallas, TX 75226

1987 928 S

Michel, David

6615 Northport Drive

Dallas, TX 75230

2006 997

Wyman, Paul

3801 Marchwood Drive

Richardson, TX 75082

1988 911

Bussard, Lee

3225 Turtle Creek Blvd #616

Dallas, TX 75219

1997 911

Hamlett, Kenneth (Debra)

3232 Rankin

Dallas, TX 75205

2003 996

Summers, Christopher

7114 Wabash Circle

Dallas, TX 75214

1988 911

Clement, James

(Lora Richards)

214 Timber Lake Way

Southlake, TX 76092

1999 911

Feighner, Matthew

912 Creekbend Drive

Keller, TX 76248

1987 944

Kilburn, John

8109 Cahoba Dr

Fort Worth, TX 76135

1974 911

Litwin, Gary

633 Taylor Trail

Plano, TX 75094

2006 997

Syme, James

2730 Stonepoint

McKinney, TX 75070

1986 911

Tayem, Alex (Cindy)

2000 Muirfield Avenue

Rockwall, TX 75087

2006 997 S

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

others focus 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 notice 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 the 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!


William Fletcher

35 Years

20 Years

Andrew Tymkiw (Christi Smith)

10 Years

Kevin Procaccino (Denise)

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5 Years

John Taylor (Nancy)

Douglas Molny

Michelle Lang

Ellis Cokes (Marla)

Lanean Hughes (Connie Sorenson)

Bill McGannon (Sharon)

Mario Omoss (Hedy)

Steve Harvey (Debra)

Brian O'Hearn

Eric Karban (John Meredith)

James Usher (Lee)

Darron Shaffer (Lisa Morgan)





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Unclassifieds are available free to Maverick Region Members and are $5 to all others (contact editor 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.

1987 Turbo 944 Red/black, runs great, original owner/well

maintained, needs clutch/hail damage, mlg. >100k, asking 3,350,

Pat Black, 214/ 870- 2621, (1)

Combination SFI-rated window net and steel frame assembly for

911/964/993 cars with steel window frames. Paid $225 and used

in two Club Race seasons, now racing a 996 and can't use this

item. Make offer. Steve Patti 214 693 3276; (2)

2000 911 Convertible 36,000 miles. Florida car, garage kept,

non-smoker. New roof. Tires have 2000 miles. Silver/black.

Second owner. Clean car! $46,000. 469-323-4636 (2)

2002 Porsche 911 C4S Silver, black leather interior, 6 speed

manual, excellent condition with 26,500 miles. $58,500 David

(M) 214-728-1842 or (2)

2000 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe 2D (996) - Silver/Black. 38,750

miles, sunroof, factory installed aero kit, leather, CD, 5000 miles

on new clutch and tires (Michelin Pilot Sport), non-smoker,

invisible bra, 36000 mile service completed. $46,900. Contact

Lindsey at 972-205-7545 or at (2)

2001 Carrera Black w/grey leather interior. 6 speed, 20,000 miles,

new tires, very clean and in excellent condition. Priced at

$44,500. Richard 214-649-9159 Barbara 817-605-6890 or (2)

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 (3)

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 (3)

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. (3)

1996 Porsche 993 Factory Twin Turbo, Professionally built for

Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez by Fred Baker Porsche True Black

Exterior w/Full Black Leather Interior w/Light Grey Inserts:

Dash, Door Panels, Seats Full Carbon Fiber Package: Dash, Door

Insets, Shifter & Brake Lever, Aluminum Instrument Face Panels

Dual Multidirectional Power Heated Seats, Litronic Head Lights

w/Washers, Automatic Climate Control, Power Windows, Locks,

Mirrors & Sunroof, Nokia Digital Sound w/6 disc CD Changer &

Cassette, Brushed Aluminum Door Sill Plates, Tinted windows.

Over $157,000 Invested. Call or email for complete list of

upgrades & photos. 22,205 Original Miles. $79,750 obo Kevin

Mixon 972-679-9244. (3)

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 work (including Carrera oil

cooler). Window sticker, etc., only things left: charge AC, $900 of

paint work. Remember: never have more pedals than headlights

!!! $8175 Richard 817-472-4260 or KKP1742@DCCCD.EDU (3)

Perfect Porsche Tow Vehicle - 2000 GMC Extended Cab Three Door

Very Clean, original owner, all records, leather seats,

AM/FM/CD/Cass, SERIOUS grill guard, cruise, 28 oil changes,

97,000 mi., 5.3 L V8 (327 cu. in.), overdrive automatic, power

windows, mirrors, class 3 trailer hitch, very well maintained, aluminum

wheels, $9,500 Alan Bambina,

972-241-7556 (3)

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 (3)

Slipstream Advertiser Index

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Autobahn Motorcar Group (800) 433-5602 Page 19

Autoscope (972) 867-7467 Page 11

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

Bobby Archer’s Motorsports (817) 877-1772 Page 19

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

Dallas Auto Sports (214) 320-2228 Page 25

Dallas Euro Cars (972) 243-4911 Page 21

Fifth Gear Motorsports (972) 317-4005 Page 17

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

Gray Cat Graphics (972) 849-8512 Page 12

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

Jerry DeFeo Designs (972) 240-5800 Page 9


For advertising rates and information contact

Mike Brodigan at (817) 488-8520

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

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

Mayo Performance (817) 540-4939 Page 7

Mean Green Travel (940) 565-8111 B.C.

Metro Volkswagen (972) 659-9999 Page 19

Mustard Racing (817) 366-1678 Page 9

911 Enterprises (972) 241-2002 Page 22

Park Place Porsche (800) 553-3196 Page 6

PartsHeaven (800) 767-7250 Page 10

RUF Auto Centre (214) 269-1571 Page 13

ScottSearch (214) 800-2836 Page 26

Soundwerk (817) 281-9381 Page 21

Ussery Printing (972) 438-8344 Page 5

Zims Autotechnik (817) 267-4451 Page 25

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