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http://mav.pca.org<br />

<strong>June</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Published by the Maverick Region, Porsche Club of America<br />

Upcoming Events<br />

• Father’s Day Picnic<br />

• Sunday Drive<br />

• Rally School<br />

Past Events<br />

• Wild Wildflowers<br />

• May at Mayo’s<br />

• Results<br />

<strong>June</strong> 2007 - Published by the Maverick Region<br />

Porsche Club of America

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Volume 55, Issue 6, <strong>June</strong> <strong>2017</strong><br />

Find event updates at http://mav.pca.org, follow on Instagram at http://instagram.com/MaverickPCA<br />

and join our Facebook Group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/mavpca/<br />

Features<br />

PCA Tours: The Bluebonnet Tour....................................... 7<br />

Kruder’s Cars & Conversation........................................ 12<br />

The Lost Easter Egg Rally................................................ 14<br />

May at Mayo’s.............................................................. 18<br />

All British and Europen Car Day..................................... 20<br />

Porsche of the Month..................................................... 21<br />

Porsche Trivia................................................................ 21<br />

May Mavs & Mochas Retrospective................................. 23<br />

Monthly Social at Hard 8 BBQ....................................... 25<br />

Historicizing Porsche..................................................... 28<br />

Maverick Region Social Media....................................... 31<br />

Upcoming Events<br />

<strong>June</strong> Board Meeting........................................................ 7<br />

Maverick Lunch Series.....................................................7<br />

Poker Rally...................................................................16<br />

Movie Night Rescheduled..............................................16<br />

<strong>June</strong> Social: Uncle Buck’s...............................................17<br />

Autocross Schedule.......................................................17<br />

Mavs & Mochas............................................................17<br />

Departments<br />

Sprockets (President’s Column)......................................... 2<br />

Maverick of the Month..................................................... 2<br />

List of Officers and Board Chairs...................................... 4<br />

Zone 5 Presidents............................................................4<br />

Maverick Minutes............................................................ 6<br />

New Mavericks and Anniversaries.................................... 9<br />

Unclassifieds................................................................. 34<br />

Advertiser Index............................................................ 34<br />

Around the Bend (Editor’s Column)................................. 36<br />

See more details and check for event updates via<br />

the QR code here or our online calendar at<br />

http://mav.pca.org/go/calendar<br />

Plano area lunch (each Monday)................ 5, 12, 19, 26<br />

Board Meeting..................................................... (Wed) 7<br />

Mavs & Mochas: Starbucks @ Las Colinas Village... (Sat) 10<br />

Autocross #5 at Mesquite High School...................(Sun) 11<br />

Lewisville area lunch............................................. (Tue) 13<br />

Mav Social: Uncle Buck’s in Grapevine..................(Thu) 15<br />

TENTATIVE: Movie Night Rescheduled.................... (Fri) 16<br />

Richardson and Southlake area lunches.................(Thu) 22<br />

No Board Meeting in July<br />

Plano area lunch (each Monday).........3, 10, 17, 24, 31<br />

PCA Parade <strong>2017</strong> in Spokane, WA........................... 9-15<br />

Lewisville area lunch............................................. (Tue) 11<br />

Mavs & Mochas: Stonebriar Community Church..... (Sat) 15<br />

Mav Social: TBD...................................................(Thu) 20<br />

Richardson and Southlake area lunches.................(Thu) 27<br />

Autocross #6 at Mesquite High School...................(Sun) 30<br />

20 Years of the Boxster<br />

was the featured display<br />

at this year’s May at<br />

Mayo’s event. Here’s<br />

Michael B hamming<br />

it up in front of the<br />

Spyders. Read about<br />

the event on page 18.<br />

Photo by Bob Molyneux<br />

Event Dates<br />

<strong>June</strong><br />

July<br />

On the Cover<br />

Captured during a recent Mavs & Mochas<br />

event, “Blue Kicks and Hips” features an<br />

unusual combination of blue suede shoes<br />

and wide Porsche hips.<br />

Photo by Paul Moseley<br />

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Sprockets: Porsches Loved and Lost<br />

By David Robertson, Region President<br />

e recently held our 26th May at Mayo’s<br />

W<br />

event. I was unaware that this event was<br />

such a long-held tradition with the Maverick<br />

Region until Ed Mayo told me the story<br />

of its humble beginnings with an impromptu gathering<br />

in his shop with some unused rental tables and chairs<br />

from another member’s employee party that weren’t<br />

due back until after the weekend. Eventually one year<br />

the rental tables and chairs were no longer available<br />

but by then the party had become a tradition. The tradition<br />

that was started in May of 1991 continues to this<br />

day. Somewhere along the way a concours was added<br />

and now May at Mayo’s is one of our most popular<br />

events. We just have many more tables and chairs for<br />

those attending!<br />

I always enjoy the conversations when we all get<br />

together, and at this year’s May at Mayo’s, it seemed<br />

that many people were lamenting over Porsches they<br />

had owned at various points in history that, in hindsight,<br />

should never have been let go. I imagine that<br />

the collection of classic Porsches on display stoked the<br />

memories of those that were no longer owners of such<br />

cars. Tennyson said it is better to have loved and lost<br />

than to not have loved at all. I am not sure if this holds<br />

true when that sweet air-cooled 911 you traded in for a<br />

minivan all those years ago has gone up in value 500 or<br />

600 percent along with its coolness factor. For me that<br />

would be just a little hard to swallow. There were also<br />

a couple of stories about cars that were taken without<br />

permission and never seen again. This is a scenario that<br />

would be especially heartbreaking. One individual I<br />

was speaking with had the interior door panel removed<br />

for some work when his Porsche was borrowed, never<br />

to return. That cherished door panel has occupied a<br />

prominent place in his home since that day.<br />

Until now, I have never owned a car that I might<br />

possibly regret not owning someday in the future. I can<br />

only imagine what it would be<br />

Did you know<br />

that we have<br />

a monthly<br />

Maverick<br />

trivia contest?<br />

Enter and<br />

bring out<br />

your inner<br />

Porschephile!<br />

like to have possessed a special<br />

car many years ago with the realization<br />

for all the years since<br />

that you should have never<br />

parted ways. Is it really better to<br />

have loved and lost? I am sure<br />

there are plenty of you that<br />

could weigh in on that discussion<br />

with me at our next event.<br />

Did you know that we have<br />

a trivia contest? Fabulous prizes<br />

and your claim to know more<br />

about Porsches than anyone<br />

SAUL FRAIRE, Chef-Proprietor<br />

1235 William D. Tate Ave<br />

Grapevine, TX 76051<br />

817-329-6995<br />

else in the club are on the line each month. Jerry De-<br />

Feo creates and administers this friendly competition<br />

and you can find it right on the Maverick website at<br />

http://mav.pca.org/trivia/.<br />

This is the time of year when I envy all of you with a<br />

convertible. Put that top down, and if you notice that I<br />

am coupe-bound, please take me for a spin!<br />

MAV OF THE MONTH: Rose Gohlke<br />

Our Mav of the Month is one of the many unsung<br />

heroes of the club. It is a unanimous opinion that Rose<br />

Gohlke makes DE<br />

events more enjoyable<br />

for every participant.<br />

Rose<br />

makes sure that everyone<br />

stays hydrated<br />

with ice cold water<br />

and always has a<br />

great lunch on<br />

hand. She also does<br />

countless little nice<br />

things to brighten<br />

everyone’s day.<br />

Thank you, Rose,<br />

and we appreciate<br />

everything that you<br />

do for the DE<br />

events!<br />

2 <strong>June</strong>


<strong>2017</strong> Maverick Region Board - Officers and Chairs<br />

President<br />

David Robertson<br />

617-797-0516<br />

president@mavpca.org<br />

Autocross Chair<br />

Mark Schnoerr<br />

ax@mavpca.org<br />

Club Race Co-Chair<br />

Pat Heptig<br />

214-649-7907<br />

cr@mavpca.org<br />

Vice President<br />

Jim Falgout<br />

vp@mavpca.org<br />

Time Trial Chair,<br />

(AX/TT Rules)<br />

Travis Howard<br />

214-616-6152<br />

tt@mavpca.org<br />

Club Race Co-Chair<br />

Joel Nannis<br />

cr@mavpca.org<br />

Secretary<br />

Wendy Shoffit<br />

972-977-9821<br />

secretary@mavpca.org<br />

TT Registrar, AX/TT<br />

Schools, Swap Meets<br />

Robyn Howard<br />

214-991-0873<br />

drivingschools@mavpca.org<br />

Club Race/DE Registrar<br />

Wendy Shoffit<br />

crreg@mavpca.org<br />

deregistrar@mavpca.org<br />

Treasurer<br />

Richard Solomon<br />

903-530-8281<br />

treasurer@mavpca.org<br />

Charity Chair<br />

Chris Hamilton<br />

hope@mavpca.org<br />

Concours Chair<br />

Andy Kay<br />

817-948-8538<br />

concours@mavpca.org<br />

DE Chair<br />

ChrisTabor<br />

817-371-4888<br />

de@mavpca.org<br />

DE Chief Driving Instr.<br />

John Sandusky<br />

817-777-0421<br />

cdi@mavpca.org<br />

DE Equipment Mgr.<br />

Hunter Allen<br />

deequip@mavpca.org<br />

DE Hospitality<br />

Rose Gohlke<br />

de@mavpca.org<br />

DE Sponsorship<br />

Daren Kirbo<br />

254-396-2973<br />

desponsorship@mavpca.org<br />

Email List Moderator<br />

Brian Scudder<br />

mrpca-owner@<br />

yahoogroups.com<br />

Email List Moderator<br />

Matt Platts<br />

mrpca-owner@<br />

yahoogroups.com<br />

Goodie Store<br />

Chris Flaugh<br />

214-288-5300<br />

goodiestore@mavpca.org<br />

Histographer, Tenured<br />

Charlie Davis<br />

historian@mavpca.org<br />

Membership Chair,<br />

Past President<br />

John Hamilton<br />

817-907-7823<br />

membership@mavpca.org<br />

Monthly Social Chair<br />

Stephanie Ho<br />

hh@mavpca.org<br />

Online Calendar<br />

Karl Poulsen<br />

calendar@mavpca.org<br />

PCA Tours Co-Chair,<br />

Social Media<br />

Bill Orr<br />

tours@mavpca.org<br />

PCA Tours Co-Chair<br />

Mark Pitarresi<br />

817-715-7156<br />

tours@mavpca.org<br />

Rally Co-Chair<br />

Don Sebert<br />

214-613-6900<br />

rally@mavpca.org<br />

Rally Co-Chair<br />

George Luxbacher<br />

rally@mavpca.org<br />

Safety Co-Chair<br />

Wayne Elliott<br />

safety@mavpca.org<br />

Safety Co-Chair<br />

Bob Kramer<br />

safety@mavpca.org<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> Advertising,<br />

Coffee Meets<br />

Bill Kruder<br />

214-497-0711<br />

ads@mavpca.org<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> Event<br />

Ad Design<br />

Kurt Scaggs<br />

eventads@mavpca.org<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> Editor<br />

Jim Hirsch<br />

972-740-7377<br />

editor@mavpca.org<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> Content Ed.<br />

Carey Spreen<br />

817-422-3480<br />

editor@mavpca.org<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> Mailing<br />

Andy Mears<br />

214-394-5857<br />

mailing@mavpca.org<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> Printing<br />

Fran Ussery<br />

972--438-8344 (W)<br />

817-481-8342 (H)<br />

printing@mavpca.org<br />

Social Chair<br />

Tracy Robertson<br />

817-944-5490<br />

social@mavpca.org<br />

Tech Sessions Chair<br />

Nikolaus Klemmer<br />

469-531-5314<br />

techcorner@mavpca.org<br />

Trivia Chair<br />

Jerry DeFeo<br />

972-240-5800<br />

trivia@mavpca.org<br />

Volunteers Chair<br />

Jim Gallegos<br />

214-697-0792<br />

volunteers@mavpca.org<br />

Web Site Chair<br />

James Shoffit<br />

972-786-6246<br />

webmaster@mavpca.org<br />

ARK-LA-TEX<br />

Ken Chandler<br />

bad968@bellsouth.net,<br />


Bryan Kerrick<br />

bksailspadre@<br />

sbcglobal.net<br />

<strong>2017</strong> PCA Zone 5 Presidents and Zone Representative<br />


Steve Bukoski<br />

president@lsrpca.com<br />


Scott Spradley<br />

swsprad@bellsouth.net<br />

OZARK<br />

Jim Woolly<br />

jim.carol_NOSPAM@<br />

sbcglobal.net<br />


Mike Hamza<br />

mikehamza944@<br />

gmail.com<br />


Joy Jones<br />

presidentcmr@gmail.<br />

com<br />


Tracey Gross<br />

president@hcrpca.org<br />


Charles Bush<br />

president@longhornpca.org<br />


David Robertson<br />

president@mavpca.org<br />


Randal Goodman<br />

drtoys42@aol.com<br />


Leonard Zechiedrich<br />

whiteriverregionpca@<br />

gmail.com<br />

ZONE 5 REP<br />

Jon Jones<br />

zone5rep@pca.org<br />

www.zone5.pca.org<br />

4 <strong>June</strong>


Gimme a Minute: May Board Meeting Minutes<br />

By Wendy Shoffit, Region Secretary May 3, <strong>2017</strong><br />

P<br />

resident David Robertson<br />

began the meeting at 7:04<br />

pm. He announced we<br />

would be moving forward<br />

with printing <strong>Slipstream</strong> in full color<br />

starting in September. He mentioned<br />

that the Austin Schnellfest at Drivers’<br />

Ed event at COTA is coming along.<br />

Blue and Green groups are full with<br />

a waiting list and White and Yellow<br />

groups are still open. We will try to<br />

encourage registration. Bill Orr has a<br />

license plate prototype that he will be<br />

moving forward with. Reporting for<br />

Social Chair Tracy Robertson, May at<br />

Mayo’s (M@M) has 98 RSVPs already<br />

and needs more from board members.<br />

DE Chair Chris Tabor reported<br />

that we had a good weekend of driving<br />

in April without the forecasted<br />

rain. The event financials should be<br />

in the black. He has received requests<br />

to add another event in the spring<br />

next year, which he will consider. He<br />

mentioned that corner workers are<br />

getting harder to recruit and he’ll be<br />

finalizing details for a Work/Drive<br />

program and other incentives, as well.<br />

Several other suggestions were made<br />

around the room to consider.<br />

Safety Chair Bob Kramer was<br />

pleased with the results of the “refresher”<br />

document sent to DE drivers<br />

prior to this event. It reminded all<br />

about car number requirements, particularly<br />

2-driver cars. There was one<br />

on-track blown motor incident that<br />

had some complications. He will work<br />

to improve these issues to make future<br />

events safer.<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> Editor Jim Hirsch clarified<br />

that we will not have a board meeting<br />

in July. Reporting for Membership<br />

Chair John Hamilton, we have 37 new<br />

members for the month (lost ~29).<br />

For the first five months, we’ve had<br />

135 new members join, reiterating his<br />

point for keeping event information<br />

fresh and available. He worked hard<br />

to put together the 20 Years of the<br />

Boxster display at M@M, securing 13<br />

of the 15 models produced!<br />

Tour Chair Bill Orr showed the<br />

license plate prototype and is ready<br />

for the next step. TXDOT is taking<br />

6 <strong>June</strong><br />

a public survey about the design and<br />

will officially vote in <strong>June</strong>. We need<br />

200 prepaid orders to go into production<br />

and we have over 400 people<br />

who expressed an interest. He is also<br />

working on license plate frames with<br />

Goodie Store Chair Chris Flaugh. He<br />

also showed alternative name badge<br />

options for members with the new<br />

logo. He reported that the Movie<br />

Night will be May 19 and is looking<br />

for people to sign up. He purchased a<br />

bunch of Hot Wheel Porsches to give<br />

to kids at events to encourage them<br />

to attend.<br />

Advertising Chair Bill Kruder has<br />

the new ad rate structure to go with<br />

full color printing. He will be highlighting<br />

the benefits for advertisers<br />

with bullet points. He is also offering<br />

quarterly payment plans as an option,<br />

as well as PayPal (and maybe autopayment).<br />

He reported that PCA had<br />

about 30 cars show up at the British<br />

and European Car show.<br />

Volunteer Jim Gallegos has 5-7<br />

“cone heads” to help with parking<br />

and set up for M@M.<br />

Phyllis Gallegos is working with<br />

Tracy Robertson for M@M and has<br />

catering all set up from Desperados.<br />

Monthly Social Chair Stephanie<br />

Ho said the event at Hard 8 BBQ was<br />

very well attended. The crowds kept<br />

some attendees from eating, as they<br />

didn’t know they could order from<br />

the dining room rather than stand<br />

in the long line. The May event will<br />

be the Drive-In Movie. She is looking<br />

for a location for <strong>June</strong> that would be<br />

indoors, expecting hot temperatures.<br />

Vice President Jim Falgout suggested<br />

that we once again should try<br />

to host a Street Survival course, like<br />

the BMW club has.<br />

Content Editor Carey Spreen has<br />

been researching options for hosting<br />

an off-road event for SUV owners.He<br />

is working with Jeff Sebert, who has<br />

come up with a location in Bridgeport.<br />

They are looking at September.<br />

Concours Chair Andy Kay has<br />

everything set for the car show at<br />

M@M. He has 100 placards and<br />

ballots and has his timeline finalized.<br />

Rally Chair Don Sebert reported<br />

he had a successful Rally with about<br />

27 cars starting and 24 finishing. The<br />

event ended at a German restaurant<br />

in Muenster and everyone had a good<br />

time. He will send out complete results<br />

to competitors.<br />

Goodie Store Chair Chris Flaugh<br />

is working on license plate frames<br />

and has samples coming from local<br />

vendors, which he will display. He is<br />

ordering more logo window stickers,<br />

as he found a cheaper source. He also<br />

has three new merchandise items on<br />

the PCA website that are some lower<br />

priced hats and polos to offer as an<br />

option.<br />

Tour Co-Chair Mark Pitarresi mentioned<br />

he wanted to get shirts for tour<br />

group leaders or organizers. Cost per<br />

is $35 or $45 (with Porsche logo on<br />

back). Discussion ensued. David Robertson<br />

made a motion to approve six<br />

polo style shirts for event organizers<br />

(two Tours, two Rally, and two Concours)<br />

that the region would pay for.<br />

The motion was seconded by Karl<br />

Poulsen and approved unanimously.<br />

Others will be able to purchase similar<br />

polos.<br />

Tech Session Chair Nikolaus<br />

Klemmer passed out business cards he<br />

had printed for those who requested<br />

them. He is having difficulties finding<br />

a location for a tech session. He’s<br />

been collaborating with the Lone<br />

Star Region Tech Session chair who is<br />

having similar issues. Several location<br />

ideas were discussed.<br />

Webmaster James Shoffit said our<br />

web hosting is up for renewal at the<br />

end of the month. The cost is $400 for<br />

three years and is looking for a better<br />

alternative that is also cheaper.<br />

David Robertson announced that<br />

Rose Gohlke was Maverick of the<br />

Month for her great hospitality work<br />

at the Drivers’ Education events.<br />

Treasurer Richard Solomon<br />

reports we have roughly $135K<br />

including the April DE and expenses<br />

paid for COTA Club Race. Sponsorship<br />

money for DE and Drive In Movie<br />

Nigh is still due.<br />

The meeting adjourned at 8:40.

PCA Tour Recap: The Bluebonnet Tour<br />

By Mark Pitarresi, PCA Tours Co-Chair<br />

ur second tour for <strong>2017</strong> kicked off Saturday<br />

morning April 15. This was Bill Orr’s<br />

O<br />

and my first tour since Tom Martin handed<br />

the reins to us. It turned out to be perfect<br />

weather, with temperatures in the high 70s and just a<br />

few white fluffy clouds. Great for top-down/sunroofopen<br />

driving! We had 73 Porsches that carried 126<br />

people on this Bluebonnet Tour.<br />

We started<br />

our tour in<br />

Hutchins at<br />

an old Bank<br />

of America<br />

parking lot.<br />

By the time<br />

Drivers’ briefing at the start of the Tour<br />

we started,<br />

the parking<br />

lot was completely<br />

full, with a wide range of Porsche models. Our<br />

tour traveled 86.2 miles through the cities of Ferris,<br />

Palmer, Crisp, Chatfield, Rice, Alma, and Ennis. Ennis<br />

is one of the more popular places to view the Bluebonnets<br />

in Texas. It has been said that they have over<br />

100,000 visitors that come to see their famous bluebonnet<br />

trails in the spring. Ennis even has a Bluebonnet<br />

Festival to celebrate Texas’ state flower.<br />

This year spring came early and so did the bluebonnets.<br />

Even though we were a few weeks late for the<br />

prime blooming, they were still out waiting for us to<br />

complete the tour. It was the perfect setting for country<br />

scenery and spirited driving with our great members!<br />

The tour ended at Bubba’s BBQ and Steakhouse, which<br />

has been a staple in Ennis for over 25 years. They are famous<br />

for great food, and after a spirited drive through<br />

the countryside it was a good ending to the tour.<br />

PCA’s guidelines for the Tours program have<br />

changed a little. Our Drive Leaders are now called<br />

Group Leaders. If you have been on a tour this year,<br />

you probably also noticed we<br />

started using wrist bands to<br />

indicate that you have signed<br />

the insurance waiver. We will<br />

also have a Sweep dedicated<br />

to each group. The Sweep is<br />

the driver of the car at the end<br />

of the group, and is responsible<br />

for notifying the Group<br />

Leader about cars in trouble,<br />

unsafe driving, or for occasions<br />

where cars get separated<br />

from the group.<br />

Group Leaders ready!<br />

Sometimes it can be difficult to get the number of<br />

volunteers we need for the Tours. If you would like volunteer<br />

as a Group Leader please email us at tours@<br />

mavpca.org. H.P.D.E. Experience is preferred but not<br />

mandatory.<br />

I have lived in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for over<br />

25 years (with the last two years in the PCA) and had<br />

no idea that within just a short drive we have so many<br />

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Welcome Our New Mavericks!<br />

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Carlos Allen<br />

Allen<br />

2016 911 Turbo S<br />

John Anderson<br />

Hurst<br />

2007 Cayman<br />

Josh Bannerman<br />

Lewisville<br />

2014 Boxster S<br />

Chris Brown<br />

Lucas<br />

2015 911 Turbo<br />

Michael Calderone<br />

Rockwall<br />

2003 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet<br />

Roddy Chim<br />

Frisco<br />

2007 Cayman S<br />

Steve Conlin<br />

McKinney<br />

2000 Boxster<br />

Yann Cortina<br />

Euless<br />

2013 911 Carrera S<br />

Mike Dupre<br />

Denton<br />

1996 911 Carrera 4<br />

Michael Durovick<br />

McKinney<br />

<strong>2017</strong> Macan S<br />

** 40 Years **<br />

John Fulton (Janet Tyson)<br />

Barbara Smith<br />

35 Years<br />

30 Years<br />

Werner Foltz (Jacqueline Fitch)<br />

Steven White (Suji)<br />

Graham Lane<br />

20 Years<br />

15 Years<br />

Brian Amond<br />

Robert Bahash (Janice)<br />

Daniel McKay (Mary)<br />

Mike Farrell<br />

Bedford<br />

2014 Cayman<br />

John Gersic<br />

Frisco<br />

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Raj Gill<br />

Grapevine<br />

1996 911 Turbo<br />

Andrew Golden<br />

Carrollton<br />

2013 Boxster S<br />

Ambrocio Gutierrez<br />

Argyle<br />

1984 911 Carrera<br />

Chris Hanna<br />

Dallas<br />

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Relle Howard<br />

Dallas<br />

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Alex Kosarow<br />

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Richard Lindsey<br />

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Richard Meszaros<br />

Westworth Village<br />

<strong>2017</strong> 718 Boxster S<br />

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Dallas<br />

Bartonville<br />

Tyler<br />

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Keller<br />

Plano<br />

Arlington<br />

Peter Milleson<br />

Allen<br />

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Anthony Mitchell<br />

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2013 Boxster<br />

Trevor Peterson<br />

Frisco<br />

2011 Panamera S<br />

Anh Pham (Duy Tran)<br />

Garland<br />

2016 Cayenne S<br />

Ford Phillips<br />

Fort Worth<br />

1970 914-6<br />

John Polousky<br />

Prosper<br />

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Chad Pudwill<br />

Plano<br />

2007 911 Turbo<br />

Michael Ridgeway<br />

Sachse<br />

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Eric Robinson (Kristi)<br />

Desoto<br />

2003 911 Targa<br />

Darren Ruotolo (Aura)<br />

Lewisville<br />

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Total Membership ~ 2,565<br />

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Dallas<br />

2014 911 Carrera 4<br />

William Shirk (Cynthia)<br />

Plano<br />

2007 Cayman S<br />

John Shofner<br />

Allen<br />

2015 911 GT3<br />

Sean Tyson<br />

Flower Mound<br />

2010 911 Carrera 4S<br />

Paul Wilhide<br />

Arlington<br />

1982 911 Turbo<br />

Philip Young<br />

Dallas<br />

2002 911 Carrera Cabriolet<br />

Faisel Zaman<br />

Dallas<br />

2015 Macan Turbo<br />

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Roger Briggs (Heather)<br />

Douglas Koeppen (Cheryl)<br />

Richard Lyschik (Becky Broussard)<br />

Charles Perricone (Laurie)<br />

Sheldon Thomson<br />

5 Years<br />

Mason Chevaillier (Laurin)<br />

David Fox<br />

Livio Galanti (Paula)<br />

Paul Hoch<br />

John Keir (Patti)<br />

Jeff Klaumann (Ronda)<br />

Rosemary Moore (Ronald)<br />

James Parker<br />

Peter Roberts<br />

Brad Rodgers (Jeanette)<br />

Bryceon Sumner<br />

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Kruder’s Cars & Conversations<br />

By Bill Kruder, Region Advertising Chair<br />

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hen I first heard of this<br />

W<br />

guy Voy it was right<br />

here in <strong>Slipstream</strong> when<br />

he wrote a two-part<br />

article entitled “First Porsche.” Voy<br />

“Mitch” Mitchell and I then had a<br />

close encounter about a year ago at<br />

a Porsche Cars & Coffee on a cold<br />

blustery day in Addison as he drove<br />

by the rest of us standing in the<br />

drizzle. Since then Mitch has come<br />

out with us several times for coffee<br />

and a chat. Then some time went by<br />

without us seeing him as he battled<br />

cancer. I would hear some updates<br />

on him and then he and Marie<br />

attended Mavs & Mocha recently<br />

at Zims. As what often happens,<br />

someone said (this time it was Jim<br />

Hirsch), “you know, we really need<br />

to find out how this guy seems to<br />

get a different Porsche every few<br />

months.”<br />

So here is the next in my series<br />

of “conversations” I would like to<br />

share with you…<br />

Voy “Mitch” and Marie (MA-ree)<br />

Mitchell, owner of a 2015 911<br />

Turbo S , founding member<br />

of PCA West Germany Region<br />

in 1963 (disbanded in 2004)<br />

Bill Kruder: Ok, I have to ask: where<br />

is the name Voy from? Sounds like it’s of<br />

European descent?<br />

Mitch: Oh no. I don’t think my<br />

mom had any idea of where the<br />

name might have originated, but<br />

in those days everyone had two<br />

names, and I guess she liked Voy<br />

Jerome, so that’s what I was called.<br />

BK: Can’t say I ever met a Voy before.<br />

Mitch: Well I hadn’t either until<br />

I went into the service and met<br />

another; he was an officer so we<br />

didn’t really speak, but about five<br />

or six years ago I was able to look<br />

him up and we finally spoke.<br />

BK: So what branch of the military<br />

were you in? Did you stay in long?<br />

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Mitch: I was in the Air Force for<br />

20-plus years and retired as a Master<br />

Sergeant in 1978.<br />

BK: After you retired what did you<br />

do?<br />

Mitch: I got a job with H-E-B in<br />

the meat processing plant, on what<br />

we would call today the IT side of<br />

things.<br />

BK: So you were kind of an IT guy<br />

in the Air Force?<br />

Mitch: No, I just kind of said I<br />

could do it and learned. We used<br />

a new system developed by Digital<br />

Equipment Corporation (DEC),<br />

who at that time was a leader in what<br />

was then called “Mini-Computers.”<br />

Taking courses through the GI Bill<br />

helped fill in the areas I couldn’t<br />

learn on my own.<br />

BK: And are you from here?<br />

Mitch: No, I grew up in a small<br />

oil patch town called Eldorado,<br />

Texas about 45 miles south of San<br />

Angelo. Our last assignment found<br />

us in San Antonio and we lived<br />

there for about 28 years. In 2004<br />

moved to Celina.<br />

BK: So I understand you two just<br />

celebrated a milestone?<br />

Marie: Yes we did! In December<br />

we had our 50th wedding anniversary.<br />

Fifty years of marriage looks<br />

pretty good on these kids<br />

BK: Where did you two meet? With<br />

your accent you are not from “these<br />

parts”?<br />

Marie: I’m from Ireland, but as it<br />

turned out, I was going to nursing<br />

school near London, and Mitch<br />

was stationed near London.<br />

Mitch: I was stationed at Chicksands,<br />

about 50 miles north of<br />

London. A friend I knew from assignment<br />

in Germany threw a party<br />

so that I could meet some girls and<br />

Marie was there. This was February<br />

of 1966, and we married in December<br />

of 1966.<br />

BK: Wow! That must have been a<br />

whirlwind relationship.<br />

Marie: I guess you could say<br />

that; we both worked crazy shifts<br />

too. When I was working nights,<br />

Mitch would be working days and<br />

vice versa, so we hardly saw each<br />

other.<br />

Mitch: I think we probably spent<br />

the equivalent of two weeks together<br />

in all that time from meeting to<br />

getting married.<br />

BK: Ok so let’s talk cars. How did<br />

you get interested in Porsches?<br />

Mitch: Well I was stationed in<br />

Siegelbach, West Germany in about<br />

1962 and a good friend had a ’62<br />

or ‘63 356 1600 Super cabriolet. Together<br />

we would hit all the Grand<br />

Prix tracks and I guess that just<br />

hooked me.<br />

BK: And what was your first then?<br />

Mitch: Well before I bought my<br />

first Porsche, in 1963 I bought a VW<br />

1200 Beetle, and drove it for about<br />

six months. I sold it and saved up so<br />

I could buy a 356.<br />

BK: How did that work out?<br />

Mitch: Good. I saved enough<br />

money and put down $200 on a<br />

1964 Signal Red 356C coupe. As<br />

I recall, I think they stickered at<br />

about $3600, which was a huge sum<br />

for a 22-year-old Staff Sergeant, but<br />

heck, I was single. So in October<br />

1963, I took the train to the factory<br />

in Stuttgart to take delivery of my<br />

new coupe. After a tour of the factory<br />

I was off on my journey.

BK: How long did you have it?<br />

Mitch: Well I had it for about<br />

two years, driving it all over West<br />

Germany, and shipped it back to<br />

the states, I sold it in 1965 I believe.<br />

BK: I understand you tracked the<br />

car down in later years?<br />

Mitch: I did. That car represented<br />

a special time and to this<br />

day I’ve always admired the 356. It<br />

changed hands several times over<br />

the years and even spent time in<br />

San Antonio; currently it’s in Long<br />

Island.<br />

BK: And what was next?<br />

Mitch: Well, we had a pretty big<br />

gap between our first and second<br />

Porsche. It wasn’t until 2014 that<br />

we bought our second and that was<br />

a 2007 Carrara White on Black Boxster.<br />

We took that out on several<br />

Sunday Drives (now Tours). After<br />

driving it several months something<br />

with the engine just wasn’t right.<br />

We had Al Zim check it out and decided<br />

before we put any money in it<br />

we would get rid of it.<br />

Marie: This is where it gets interesting<br />

(laughing).<br />

BK: And how’s that?<br />

Mitch: One day I traded it in at<br />

Park Place for a 2015 Carrara White<br />

Metallic on Black Boxster.<br />

Marie: He leaves in one and<br />

comes back in another; it’s white<br />

and black looked nearly the same<br />

to me (laughing again)!<br />

BK: And?<br />

Mitch: The 2015 was fun but just<br />

not fast enough for what I wanted<br />

as we took more drives . . . there was<br />

a “need for speed” happening. So<br />

one day I traded it for a 2014 Carrera<br />

S, Pure White on Black again.<br />

Marie: I’ve gotten pretty used to<br />

having a white and black Porsche in<br />

the garage!<br />

BK: But this isn’t what you are driving<br />

today?<br />

Mitch: No, I was on a drive and<br />

the guys kidded me that there was a<br />

Turbo S in Austin available, knowing<br />

that I had a “need for speed.”<br />

So last November I picked up the<br />

Pure White on Espresso Turbo S<br />

down in Austin.<br />

Marie: Now this one I noticed<br />

(laughing). It has such a lovely interior<br />

color and matching top.<br />

BK: And Marie, all the time you<br />

were really ok with all these cars coming<br />

and going?<br />

Marie: Oh yes! Mitch has always<br />

been such a good provider, husband,<br />

and father -- he deserves this<br />

and more.<br />

And once again to think that after<br />

a few chance meetings I would<br />

uncover yet another great personal<br />

story of a guy, his girl of 50-plus<br />

years, and a handful of “white” cars.<br />

And always remember we are “driving<br />

friendships.”<br />

Mitch’s next to last Porsche; I promise<br />


The Lost Easter Egg Rally: A First-Timer’s Perspective<br />

By Beckie Gomer<br />

Photos by George Luxbacher and Bill Orr<br />

om and I have been<br />

T<br />

PCA Mav members for<br />

almost four years. We<br />

have participated in<br />

Saturday and Sunday drives that<br />

took us touring the bluebonnets,<br />

the country roads of Granbury,<br />

and some wonderful stops at North<br />

Texas wineries. We have enjoyed<br />

several cups of coffee with friends<br />

all over the Metroplex. We have<br />

attended luncheons and happy<br />

hours. We have even driven the<br />

Texas Hill Country with 100 other<br />

Porsches, twice! So why have we<br />

not ever participated in a Maverick<br />

Region rally? I had no real answer<br />

to that question. When the notice<br />

came out to register for the Second<br />

Annual Easter Rally to Muenster, I<br />

made the executive decision that<br />

the Gomers would participate.<br />

On Saturday, April 22, we<br />

headed out to meet the group at the<br />

Exxon parking lot in Corral City.<br />

The weather called for no more<br />

storms or rain with much cooler<br />

temperatures for Texas springtime.<br />

The sky was overcast at 7:45 am<br />

but I was hopeful for sunshine by<br />

departure time. We arrived at the<br />

parking lot around 9:00 am with<br />

several cars already ahead of us. I<br />

have some idea of who attends the<br />

drives, the Mavs & Mochas, and<br />

the lunches. The rally group was<br />

a mystery to me. Who would be<br />

there? Would I know anyone? How<br />

difficult would the questions be<br />

for the rally? Would we be able to<br />

The starting point in Corral City<br />

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manage the instructions and answer<br />

the questions? Would our marriage<br />

survive the fact there would be an<br />

official navigator and driver? These<br />

were all questions in my mind when<br />

we drove up. Being that this was<br />

our very first gimmick rally, I was<br />

excited to learn about this process.<br />

I knew that the gimmick portion<br />

meant it was not a timed event, and<br />

more of a fun event. Sort of like a<br />

scavenger hunt for Porsches.<br />

Rallymeister Don Sebert providing<br />

instructions to the rally participants<br />

There were about 27 cars which<br />

meant about 54 people. Wendy<br />

Shoffit had her bunny ears on and<br />

was the only person “dressed” up<br />

for the rally. Or so she thought. Little<br />

did she know, the Gomers had<br />

Mad Hatter hats with bunny ears<br />

attached to their fronts. We were<br />

prepared; we just couldn’t drive<br />

with the hats on and the top up!<br />

We all signed in, we listened to<br />

the instructions, and the navigators<br />

got the rally book. The book consisted<br />

of the questions, the numbered<br />

instructions for the route,<br />

and a bunch of pictures to look for<br />

on the route. I had read the general<br />

instructions from home, yet I<br />

was still unsure of what to expect<br />

with the numbered instructions,<br />

which was essentially our map.<br />

GPS, Google, and other electronic<br />

help was off limits during the rally,<br />

which meant we had to rely on<br />

these instructions entirely.<br />

The first numbered instruction<br />

began segment one, which included<br />

five questions that we had to answer<br />

along the route. For example, one<br />

question was “If you were to “B” the<br />

Judge, this is where you might live!”<br />

The answer was somewhere along<br />

the route on a sign, partial sign, or<br />

somewhere visible. I finally saw it<br />

halfway through the segment as a<br />

road sign, “B Judge Lane.” We saw<br />

two of the eight pictures in this segment<br />

as well. We missed one question<br />

entirely and just did not see<br />

the answer. However, we were told,<br />

when we got to the next segment,<br />

to move on to the other questions.<br />

There were nine segments in all,<br />

with about two to five questions in<br />

each segment. There were eight<br />

pictures total along the route and<br />

we had to identify which pictures<br />

belonged in which segment. One<br />

of the pictures was a large, metal<br />

rooster next to a fence. We couldn’t<br />

miss that one!<br />

The numbered instructions<br />

were actually very easy to follow,<br />

making the need for our ever-ready<br />

GPS not necessary. Tom was listening<br />

to my navigation and directions<br />

without any comment, which was a<br />

miracle. On the route, we saw just<br />

a few other Porsches which made<br />

the drive more like one of our own<br />

Sunday drives than a Porsche Maverick<br />

event. Again, we were used<br />

to the spirited drives with 10 – 16<br />

The Gomers sporting the Mad Hatter<br />

look with bunny ears

Porsches together. Even though we<br />

were competing, my anxiety and<br />

stress levels were low, allowing me<br />

to enjoy the scenery while looking<br />

for answers to the questions. We<br />

saw parts of North Texas we had<br />

never driven, pretty green fields,<br />

Texas wildflowers, and many herds<br />

of cattle. In fact, one of the questions<br />

on the route had us choosing<br />

which ranch was NOT seen during<br />

the segment. That one was a trick<br />

question because they were all seen<br />

on the route, just the spelling was<br />

different to throw us off.<br />

We finished the rally in about<br />

two hours which was what our Rallymeisters<br />

had suggested as the estimated<br />

time. The finish line was at<br />

Rohmer’s Restaurant in Muenster.<br />

Our ending mileage said we drove<br />

74.6 miles but it didn’t seem like it<br />

at all. Tom and I had so much fun<br />

on the route -- it felt like the time<br />

flew by. We were able to use our two<br />

type-A personalities to focus on answering<br />

the questions, look for objects<br />

in the pictures, and follow the<br />

numbered instructions. After we<br />

ate our schnitzel plates, the award<br />

ceremony began with winners in<br />

the first, second, and third places,<br />

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We were shocked and excited<br />

to hear that we won second<br />

place! As first timers! And we won<br />

the best costume as well with our<br />

Mad Hatter hats!<br />

In the end, we loved participating<br />

in our first gimmick rally. Our<br />

marriage survived, we got second<br />

place, we saw beautiful parts of<br />

Texas we had not seen before, and<br />

we met new friends in the Club.<br />

The only question remaining, when<br />

is the next one?<br />

Editor’s Note - Rally award winners<br />

included:<br />

First Place:<br />

Driver James Shoffit and navigator<br />

Wendy Shoffit<br />

Second Place:<br />

Driver Tom Gomer and navigator<br />

Beckie Gomer<br />

Third Place:<br />

Driver Sue Crimm and navigator<br />

Carey Spreen<br />

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by the tiebreaker, elapsed mileage<br />

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Rally awards: Carey Spreen, Sue<br />

Crimm, Wendy Shoffit, Beckie and Tom<br />

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May at Mayo’s: Multiple Perspectives<br />

By Carey Spreen, Debi Gibson, and Bill Kruder<br />

Photos as noted<br />

Carey Spreen<br />

I have been attending May at Mayo’s<br />

since at least 2001 (see the July 2001<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> online for the incriminating<br />

evidence), and I have to say that<br />

the <strong>2017</strong> edition was a standout! The weather<br />

for the first weekend in May can be really hot,<br />

really wet, really windy, or some combination<br />

thereof, but the weather this time was just about<br />

perfect. Add to that a significant turnout of just<br />

about every flavor of Boxster that Porsche has<br />

produced, an enthusiastic crowd, and great<br />

Mexican food . . . well, I’ll just say that it’ll be<br />

tough to top this one. Thanks to Tracy Robertson<br />

and her team for organizing the dinner, to<br />

Concours Chair Andy Kay, to Jim Gallegos and<br />

his merry band of volunteer “coneheads,” and<br />

to the Mayo Performance crew for hosting the<br />

whole thing again for the umpteenth time!<br />

20 Years of the Boxster was celebrated with a featured display area<br />

Photo by Andrew Barber<br />

Andrew Barber on the<br />

ladder to capture the<br />

Boxster group photo<br />

Photo by Landon Stogner<br />

The crowd for dinner and awards filled the Mayo garage area<br />

Photo by Landon Stogner<br />

Debi Gibson<br />

This year was my first<br />

time “behind the scenes”<br />

at May at Mayo. What<br />

amazing preparation<br />

and effort . . . from the 2 Margarita<br />

machines, to the 130 beers, to the<br />

countless waters and full plates of<br />

Desperado’s delicious Tex-Mex,<br />

nothing happened by accident, but<br />

rather by the faithful effort of our<br />

Mav’s Social Chair Tracy Robertson!<br />

Andy Kay brought the gold too --<br />

that’s medals of course, for Best in<br />

Class -- and managed the ballots for<br />

concours voting and awards. And<br />

did I mention parking? Well-thoughtout<br />

concours staging showcased 20<br />

years of Boxsters and grouped<br />

Porsches to show off the best of what<br />

the brand offers. What would we do<br />

without our faithful volunteers, Phyllis<br />

and Jimmy Gallegos, Bill Kruder,<br />

Bill Orr, Jim Hirsch, Michael Baynton,<br />

Mike O’Hare, Mike Barnett,<br />

Peter Wen, and Robert Kendrick?<br />

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All four Boxster Spyder<br />

models were displayed<br />

front and center<br />

Photo by<br />

Andrew Barber<br />

Shade was welcome<br />

wherever you could<br />

find it on this sunny<br />

afternoon<br />

Photo by<br />

Andrew Barber<br />

18 <strong>June</strong>

Our youngest Porsche enthusiasts are drawn to the oldest Porsche model on display<br />

Photo by Bob Molyneux<br />

People’s Choice Car Show Results<br />

Division/Model 1st Place Class Winner<br />

356 All Years Bill Kruder<br />

914/4 and 914/6 Rob Wallace Cody Sears<br />

911 and 912 (1965-1973) (no entries)<br />

911 and 912 (1974-1989) Rob Pritchett Mike De Jong<br />

964 and 993 (1989-1998) Hamp Williams Jay Moore<br />

996 and 997 (1999-2012) Peter Wen Robert Kendrick<br />

991 (2012-on) Gordon Graves Preston Dyer<br />

924, 944, 968, and 928 (1977-1995) Andy Kay<br />

Boxster and Cayman (1997-2012) Warren Bischoff Fred Stubbs<br />

Boxster and Cayman (2013-on) Mark Liniado John Szysh<br />

Cayenne, Panamera, and Macan Jon Hamel Sue Crimm<br />

Special Interest<br />

Tom Cundari<br />

Bill Kruder<br />

This only being my<br />

second May at<br />

Mayo’s and kind of<br />

a newbie here,<br />

though I have been a customer<br />

on and off for years, this is always<br />

one of the most anticipated<br />

events of the year. What amazes<br />

me is the variety of cars that<br />

show up. This year it seems we<br />

had more water cooled than air<br />

cooled. This might be due to<br />

the “showcasing” of the select<br />

group of Boxsters. Think my favorite<br />

group of cars was the 914s<br />

that ranged from a pristine show<br />

car to a daily driver to a track<br />

car. Also what was really nice this<br />

year was the organization of the<br />

cars which made it great for<br />

comparing models and years.<br />

And did I mention the people? I<br />

think again this is the most diverse<br />

group of members to attend<br />

that we don’t see on a regular<br />

basis.<br />

The most unique Porsche on display<br />

Photo by Anthony Mitchell<br />

People’s Choice Winners include (L-R): Rob Wallace, Hamp Williams, Fred Stubbs,<br />

Sue Crimm, Tom Cundari, Jon Hamel, Warren Bischkoff, Belinda Bush, Rob Pritchett,<br />

Jay Moore, Preston Dyer, Angelia Szysh, Mark Liniado (Photo by Andrew Barber)<br />

1936 Triumph Gloria Southern<br />

Cross drew a crowd<br />

Photo by Anthony Mitchell<br />


AKA ABCDE: All British & European Car Day<br />

By Michael Baynton<br />

Photos by Andrew Barber<br />

t would take a lot more than a weekend of<br />

I<br />

inclement weather to deter nearly 30 members<br />

of the Maverick Region, Porsche Club<br />

of America from the 33rd annual All British<br />

& European Car Day in Dallas. The event, held April 30<br />

at White Rock Lake Park, included an official count of<br />

240 vehicles, including cars, motorcycles, three-wheelers,<br />

and other eclectic automobilia.<br />

The stormy weather Saturday<br />

brought cool brisk<br />

winds, downed trees, and<br />

a quick change of parking<br />

location on event day.<br />

Despite these unforeseen<br />

changes, PCA members<br />

kicked off the day early<br />

Sunday morning with the<br />

now customary pre-meet<br />

at Starbucks in Casa Linda<br />

Pre-meet underway<br />

Plaza to load up on caffeine<br />

and a nice selection<br />

of donuts and kolaches.<br />

For participants, the chilly temps meant adding an extra<br />

layer of clothing after fueling up (the drivers, not<br />

the cars) for the short drive to the east side of the lake.<br />

Several PCA members have entered as individual<br />

contestants in past years, and Porsches have even won<br />

awards (Hello, Jack Griffin!). However, this year marked<br />

the first time PCA members from the Maverick region<br />

registered as an official group. This meant a passel of<br />

Porsches added<br />

a decidedly<br />

German<br />

flavor to the<br />

wide range of<br />

modern and<br />

vintage machinery<br />

that<br />

dotted the<br />

picturesque<br />

setting along<br />

the shores of<br />

A portion of the Porsche passel<br />

White Rock<br />

Lake.<br />

While the car show welcomed all years of participating<br />

models, only cars at least 25 years old were eligible<br />

for judged awards. More specifically, based on quick<br />

“Porsche math,” the requirement eliminated all watercooled<br />

Porsches in attendance (minus one Porsche<br />

928) and shone the spotlight squarely on the small<br />

but proud air-cooled contingent. When the votes were<br />

tallied, Rob Wallace’s perfectly-presented 1973 Porsche<br />

914S took top honors in the vehicle class. Runner-up<br />

went to Bill Kruder’s honest and unmolested 1964<br />

Porsche 356C, while the 1974 Porsche 911 owned by<br />

your humble author snuck onto the short step of the<br />

podium.<br />

Best of all, PCA entry fees generated $750 in charitable<br />

contributions to the RPM Foundation. The nonprofit<br />

organization supports the growth of the next<br />

generation of automotive restoration and preservation<br />

craftsmen. In short: a beautiful venue, a terrific cause,<br />

and a great time had by all who attended this year. Let’s<br />

go even bigger in 2018!<br />

Maverick members trying for a perfect group pose<br />

20 <strong>June</strong>

Porsche of the Month<br />

Selected by Bill Orr<br />

For instruction on<br />

how to submit your<br />

Porsche photos in the<br />

POTM contest go to:<br />

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2011 Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet, 1 of 1 Polar Silver / Lipstick Red (Photo by Peter Wen)<br />


It’s Easy to Play!<br />

Play here for fun and find the answers below<br />

OR<br />

Play for prizes on the web at http://mav.pca.org.<br />

Thanks to Jerry DeFeo for putting this together.<br />

The Winner for this month is<br />


getting all 5 of 5 Correct.<br />

Congratulations Jim.<br />

Thanks to all that played this month,<br />

and we will see you next month.<br />

Jim, please contact Kirk at Zim’s<br />

to claim your $25 Gift Certificate.<br />

Thanks to all for playing!<br />

1. The first Porsche 911 Slant Nose rolled out on July 16, 1981. It<br />

later became an official option # M506 for the ____ model year.<br />

a. 1982 b. 1984 c. 1985 d. 1987<br />

Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p 62<br />

2. Starting in 1975, to comply with Federal 5 mph bumper laws,<br />

USA-bound cars had to be raised to comply. But it was in ____<br />

that the USA came back in line with the rest of the world.<br />

a. 1977 b. 1979 c. 1981 d. 1983<br />

Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p 62<br />

3. In the 1998 and 1999 Porsche 996 Carrera Options List there<br />

was an optional paint-to-sample color that could add some three<br />

to six months to the delivery time. The cost was a cool ______?<br />

a. $2,785 b. $3,395 c. $3,990 d. $4,230<br />

Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p 139<br />

4. In December of 1993 Porsche ended production of the 964<br />

and began the 993 in January of 1994 with virtually no carryover<br />

parts other than the roof and trunk lid. There were many<br />

upgrades to the 3.6L engine, raising the horsepower to 272.<br />

Which of the following seemed to be most welcome on the new<br />

engine?<br />

a. Lighter rods and pistons b. Upgraded engine management<br />

c. Direct Port FI d. Hydraulic valve lifters<br />

Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p 118<br />

5. Porsche, in the beginning, did not feel an automatic<br />

transmission was anything that needed to be in a proper sports<br />

car. However, customer demand necessitated the 4-speed<br />

Sportomatic that was a _ extra cost item in 1968 on US models.<br />

a. $280 b. $295 c. $330 c. $385<br />

Source: Porsche 911 Red Book, p 13<br />

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hat better way to start celebrating Mother’s<br />

W<br />

Day weekend than with over 100 of your<br />

closest friends. Yes, that’s what we had Saturday<br />

at the Frisco Rail Yard. The morning<br />

was perfect, with clear skies, hardly a breeze, and 60<br />

degree temps. The “crew” crossed the tracks at 7:30 am<br />

to find a few Mavs already there; mind you, this doesn’t<br />

Barn find 1965 Porsche 356C<br />

Porsche Cayman GT4 and the Frisco Rail Yard<br />

sporting their very own Mavs & Mochas T-shirts! And<br />

to my continued amazement I had the chance to meet<br />

a half dozen or so first-time attendees. Seems every<br />

month we pick up new members.<br />

start till 8:30 am. By start time, we had well over 50 cars<br />

and the paved parking was full. The “crew” quickly diverted<br />

cars to the “grassy knoll” with the first row about<br />

8:45 am, followed by the second, the third, and yes, the<br />

fourth row of cars. Speaking of<br />

cars, I think we had every model<br />

covered, from a barn find 1965<br />

356C coupe to a stunning Panamera;<br />

water cooled to vintage<br />

air cooled.<br />

Of course, there’s the people.<br />

We had seven-month-old Lucas<br />

attending his first M&M with<br />

mom and dad in tow. Corbin<br />

(10) and Brady (8) Stogner<br />

were our official “junior Mavs” The Stogner “crew”<br />

and “crew” members, even<br />

The always smiling crew member Peter Wen (1 of 1)<br />

Crew members pointing, “the grass parking is that way”<br />

Now let’s talk about the venue. Greg McDonald and<br />

his staff at the Frisco Rail Yard had the place ready to<br />

go as we rolled in. The 5th Street food truck was serving<br />

their breakfast tacos, the Caboose had coffee and<br />

donuts, and the Patio Bar was ready with Bloody Marys<br />

and mimosas.<br />

So if you have<br />

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us to enjoy a good<br />

cup of coffee with<br />

100 close friends,<br />

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Historicizing Porsche: The Russian Connection<br />

By Ash Seidl-Staley<br />

Photo courtesy of the Author<br />

ne can hardly turn on the news, regardless<br />

O<br />

of the partisan outlet, without seeing Russia<br />

boldly displayed in the headline, or, at<br />

the very least, shimmying across the banner<br />

at the bottom of the television screen. Lt. General<br />

Michael Flynn’s resignation as President Trump’s National<br />

Security Advisor and his subsequent plea for immunity,<br />

as well as updates on the mountain of evidence<br />

stacking against Russian President Vladimir Putin take<br />

center stage of this coverage. It’s crazy to think about,<br />

but this pattern of attention, conflict, and speculation<br />

is cyclical. It has been occurring for decades. I’m not<br />

sure how many people actually remember, but the Cold<br />

War, the political witch hunts/trials based on radical<br />

McCarthyism, and Reagan’s surprising admiration for<br />

Gorbachev steered us through most of the twentieth<br />

century.<br />

In the 1990s, headlines really switched gears when<br />

they started describing a broke and socially conflicted<br />

Russia. Having just risen out of the ashes of the Soviet<br />

Union, Russia was forced to lean on the U.S. and the<br />

International Monetary Fund (IMF) for economic,<br />

social, and even political support. But this never garnered<br />

mutually beneficial relationships. Russia always<br />

distrusted the West, and the West always doubted Russian<br />

sincerity. No matter which side of the political<br />

spectrum you find yourself on, you can at least agree<br />

that Russia is important, that Russia is here to stay, and<br />

that both the U.S. and Russia will continue to meddle<br />

in each other’s’ affairs for decades to come.<br />

Russia’s international meddling stretches far back<br />

into history, but for our intents and purposes we<br />

should really just start in the 1930s. In his autobiography<br />

entitled We at Porsche: The Autobiography of Dr. Ing.<br />

h.c. Ferry Porsche, Ferry Porsche, the son of Ferdinand<br />

Porsche, describes when Joseph Stalin came knocking<br />

on his father’s office door in Stuttgart. In 1932, Stalin<br />

sent a delegation with hopes of wooing Porsche into<br />

adding his expertise to the goals and aspirations of the<br />

Soviet Union. “At first we though the invitation was so<br />

improbable that we had trouble taking [the encounter]<br />

seriously,” noted Ferry. After breaking the ice with an<br />

impromptu visit, Stalin then offered Ferdinand Porsche<br />

an invitation to go on a tour of the Soviet Union.<br />

Porsche accepted the offer and was subsequently<br />

conducted around Russia, stopping mostly to admire<br />

and view Soviet aircraft and automobile factories. Once<br />

Porsche had a general idea about how Stalin’s automobile<br />

and military vehicle industry operated, Stalin<br />

offered Porsche a prestigious position as his Chief Construction<br />

Director, a station that would basically make<br />

Porsche the director of the research and development<br />

arm of the Soviet auto industry. The job included a<br />

hefty sum of money, a villa in the mountains, and even<br />

the ability to transfer all of his Stuttgart staff to a new<br />

Soviet located workshop.<br />

Ultimately, Ferdinand decided to distance himself<br />

from Stalin. Many historians and Porsche fanatics believe<br />

that Ferdinand declined because the European<br />

Grand Prix did not race in the Soviet Union. Ferdinand<br />

loved to race his cars, especially against rival European<br />

car manufacturers, so moving to a place where that was<br />

not possible was simply just not an option. Ferdinand’s<br />

son Ferry describes<br />

his father’s choice,<br />

likewise, in simplistic<br />

terms. “After much<br />

consideration,” Ferdinand<br />

turned down<br />

the Soviet courtship<br />

because he felt that<br />

learning the Russian<br />

language would have<br />

been far too difficult.<br />

Running a nation’s<br />

Ferdinand Porsche with son Ferry<br />

automobile industry was a hard enough task; Porsche<br />

could not imagine running the foreign industry when<br />

he could not even communicate with his subordinates<br />

and supervisors.<br />

Ferdinand’s decision to snub the Soviets demarcates<br />

one heck of a “what if” scenario in the historical timeline<br />

of the Porsche, Volkswagen, and Audi automobile<br />

brands. Had Porsche said yes to Stalin, would a derivative<br />

of the iconic Volkswagen have been produced in<br />

Russia? Would a Russian made car have launched Ferdinand<br />

and his successors to the top of the global market<br />

for exotic race cars? Or, would the Russian collaboration<br />

have been a flop, and the Porsche name forgotten<br />

by the year 1960? That’s the fun of causational what ifs:<br />

we just don’t know. What we do know, thankfully, is that<br />

two years after the Soviet invitation, Porsche opened a<br />

contract with Reichsverband der Automobilindustrie, initiating<br />

the production of what has come to be known as<br />

Hitler’s “people’s car.”<br />

But that, my good Mavericks, is a topic best saved for<br />

another article, in another edition of <strong>Slipstream</strong>. Remember<br />

to check out what’s going on with our amazing<br />

club this summer both by checking the pages of<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong>, and by visiting the Maverick website or one<br />

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30 <strong>June</strong>

Maverick Region Social Media: Our Online Presence<br />

By James Shoffit, Region Webmaster<br />

averick Region PCA (many thanks to the<br />

M<br />

tireless Bill Orr!) now provides updated information<br />

across a wide variety of platforms<br />

to inform you, our customers, of upcoming<br />

events and club information.<br />

Your first stop for information should be our website:<br />

http://mav.pca.org (note there is no” www” at the<br />

front). But if you would rather receive information<br />

rather than having to look for it, you can subscribe to<br />

our calendar feed from our website, or use one of the<br />

following methods to get the info you need!<br />

Nearly every member receives our email blasts, or<br />

has the opportunity to. As of May 1, we have 1,960 valid<br />

email addresses for primary and associate members<br />

(out of a total of 2,675 active members). If your email<br />

address changes or you want to add your associate<br />

member’s email address, you can do so through www.<br />

pca.org, or by calling the PCA national office at (410)<br />

381-0911.<br />

The second most used resource is our Facebook<br />

group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/mavpca/.<br />

It has about 1,200 members, though you don’t<br />

have to be a region member, or even a PCA member<br />

to join. It is a CLOSED group, though which means<br />

membership requests must be approved by an admin,<br />

and anything you post to the group will ONLY be seen<br />

by group members – not by employees, coworkers, or<br />

snoopy friends from high school.<br />

Another popular Facebook group is Mavs and Mochas<br />

: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MavsAnd-<br />

Mochas/<br />

It has only a little over 600 members, and is an<br />

OPEN group, meaning friends or sometimes the general<br />

public can see what is posted there. You must still<br />

be approved by an admin to join, and membership in<br />

PCA is not required.<br />

There are very lively discussions on both of our Facebook<br />

groups, and I would encourage everyone who has<br />

a passing interest to check them out.<br />

If you are only interested in event updates, and not<br />

group discussions, you may simply “Like” our Facebook<br />

page at https://www.facebook.com/MaverickPCA/.<br />

No discussion there, just event notifications and information.<br />

We do try to keep our Facebook groups advertiserfree,<br />

and there is a Social Media Policy there which<br />

goes into more detail about what Board Members and<br />

vendors can do and/or say. You can read the Social Media<br />

Policy at http://mav.pca.org/go/SocialMedia.<br />

If you have any questions, you can always reach the<br />

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following month’s <strong>Slipstream</strong>. Be sure to include year, make, model, color, mileage, and asking price, as well as a contact name, phone number and/or email address. All parts will be advertised<br />

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original dealer-installed Blaupunkt Monterey cassette<br />

deck with manuals, original Porsche car cover, etc.<br />

Sold new in Little Rock, AR, but has lived here in the<br />

DFW area since 1989. This is a base model 924S with<br />

no sunroof; it has no factory installed options. A/C<br />

was a standard feature on this model; it is ice cold on<br />

this car and still runs R-12 as intended. Everything<br />

works on this car as it should, and I wouldn’t hesitate<br />

to drive it anywhere. It is probably one of the most<br />

original and documented 924S models you are likely<br />

to find. $12,000. Contact Chris Flaugh at chrisflaugh@<br />

hotmail.com or 214-288-5300. (06)<br />

For Sale: 1984 944. Light Bronze Metallic exterior<br />

with Brown interior. 71k miles, excellent condition,<br />

well maintained, no deferred maintenance. Original<br />

paint and interior. 3rd owner, bought in CO 3 1/2 years<br />

ago. Maintenance receipts back to 1st oil change,<br />

much recent work including the usual 944 items.<br />

Needs nothing, everything works, no leaks. Many<br />

more pictures available. $6700. The car is in Katy, TX<br />

and I am a LSR-PCA member there. Contact Peter<br />

Allen at pha_19831@hotmail.com or 832-846-0641.<br />

(06)<br />

For Sale: 1986 Porsche 944 Turbo. Graphite metallic<br />

exterior. One owner since new - MAV PCA instructor<br />

- always professionally maintained with all receipts.<br />

DE/Track/Street/Antique - never raced. Mostly stock.<br />

No engine mods except performance chip. No leaks.<br />

Original paint with no major body work and no rust.<br />

Full track/street adjustable coil-over suspension with<br />

heavy duty springs, 944T Cup sway bars, and Silicone<br />

bushings. TRG race A-arms. Auxiliary Mocal oil<br />

cooler and oil temp gauge. Big Black front brakes -<br />

944TS/964/928S4 with vented discs and newer Pagid<br />

pads all around. Front brake cooling kit. Recaro<br />

5-point sport seats. Autopower roll bar with 5 -point<br />

harnesses. Patrick Motorsports lightweight flywheel.<br />

Two sets of 8x16 “phone dial” wheels. 100K miles.<br />

Priced for quick sale - $9,500.00. Contact Daniel<br />

Amado at amadodp@aol.com or 732-939-7013. (06)<br />

For Sale: 2015 Boxster S. Dark Blue Metallic<br />

exterior with Agate Grey/Pebble Grey interior. 34K<br />

miles. Options include: Premium Package, PDK, 19”<br />

BBS CH-R wheels on MPSS, roll bars in exterior<br />

color, PDLS, Power Steering +, Multifunction<br />

steering wheel, Leather package, 14-way power sport<br />

seats, Infotainment package with BOSE audio, center<br />

console trim painted, rubber floor mats, tint, clear<br />

side markers. New front brakes with CPO Warranty<br />

until Jan 2021 or 100K. In very good condition<br />

w/ all maintenance up to date. $52,981. Contact at<br />

MIKEHLEE69@hotmail.com or 917-613-0426. (05)<br />

For Sale: 1974 Porsche 914 2.0 Ltd. Edition. Light<br />

Ivory/Black/Black. Original owner, purchased new<br />

09/74. Body straight, never bent. 90% original paint.<br />

Set up for DE. Blueprinted and balanced “killer”<br />

fuel injected engine by Ed Mayo. Race seats and<br />

harnesses (also have originals). Remote oil cooler.<br />

Polished Fuchs wheels with Bridgestone street tires<br />

plus Mahle track wheels with NEW Hoosier R1’s. All<br />

records. Many extras. $25,000. Contact Bill Dawson<br />

at boxsterbill@sbcglobal.net or 214-415-1102 (05)<br />

For Sale: 2000 Porsche 911 C4 Millennium Edition.<br />

A chance to own the most attainable, one year only,<br />

limited production 911. #4 of 911 built worldwide,<br />

less than 300 brought to U.S. ChromaFlair violet<br />

exterior, with natural brown leather and Dark Burr<br />

Maple trim interior. Paint appears black, hunter green,<br />

brown or deep violet depending on the light. Every<br />

available option including full leather interior: seats,<br />

dash, shifter, hand brake, center console, even the A, B<br />

and C pillars. 6-speed manual with factory short shift<br />

and factory sport suspension. New Porsche battery,<br />

plugs and ignition coils. 98K miles with less than<br />

5,000 miles on $24K engine rebuild. Replaced IMS,<br />

rear main seal, A/C compressor, clutch, water pump,<br />

shocks, struts, and more. A/C blows cold. No oil leaks.<br />

$23,999. Contact Shane Altman at saltmancreative@<br />

gmail.com or 214-564-3790 (05)<br />

For Sale: 2007 Porsche Cayman S. Black exterior<br />

with black interior. Full track car with lots of<br />

modifications. Race intake, exhaust, light weight<br />

flywheel, short shift, racing clutch, Moton shocks,<br />

GT3 fully adjustable suspension setup, bolt in roll<br />

cage, Trackmate system, Custom graphics, Fikse<br />

wheels, racing brake pads and rotors. Always garaged.<br />

$35,000. Extra set of Fikse wheels with lightly<br />

used Hoosier tires added for $1500. Contact Brian<br />

Krajcirovic at briankraj@gmail.com or 817-729-<br />

1007. (04)<br />

For Sale: 2011 Cayenne. Automatic, leather seats,<br />

heated and cooled seats, satellite radio, nav, and more.<br />

All scheduled maintenance completed with all service<br />

records available. Excellent condition. Looks & drives<br />

great. 91,500 mostly highway miles. $24,500.00.<br />

Contact Jose Barrios at jwbarrios@yahoo.com or<br />

504-982-1525. (04)<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> Advertiser Index<br />

34 <strong>June</strong><br />

These advertisers support our Maverick Region – Tell them you saw their ad in <strong>Slipstream</strong>!<br />

Autobahn Motorcar Group (800) 433-5602 B.C.<br />

Autoscope (972) 867-7467 Page 13<br />

AVUSA (972) 292-7334 Page 29<br />

Competition Motorsport (844) 438-7244 Page 29<br />

Concorso Detailing (214) 299-8031 Page 20<br />

deBoulle Diamond & Jewelry (800) 454-4367 Page 27<br />

DFW Garage Design (972) 416-4545 Page 3<br />

Ebby Halliday – Michael Picolo (972) 365-7370 Page 32<br />

Falgout & Associates, P. C. (972) 669-2370 Page 22<br />

Fifth Gear Motorsports (972) 317-4005 Page 36<br />

Garages of Texas (214) 435-4898 Page 26<br />

Innovative Autosports (972) 418-1996 Page 15<br />

Invisibra (214) 704-9299 Page 10<br />

Louden Motorcar Services (972) 241-6326 I.B.C.<br />

Marvelous Home Makeovers (214) 458-1932 Page 8<br />

Mayo Performance (817) 540-4939 Page 7<br />

Mullenix Motorsport (972) 417-0997 Page 32<br />

Advertising rates available upon request.<br />

For more information contact Bill Kruder at ads@mavpca.org<br />

Mustard Racing (817) 366-1678 Page 35<br />

Nine-Eleven Automotive (972) 243-4911 Page 30<br />

OCD’tailers (817) 948-8538 Page 10<br />

Park Place Porsche (800) 553-3196 Pages 24, 33<br />

The Phoenix Insurance (214) 253-0570 Page 22<br />

Porsche Plano (214) 576-1911 I.F.C.<br />

RAC Performance (214) 269-1571 Page 11<br />

RetroAir (877) 775-9295 Page 35<br />

RKT Techniques (817) 624-1322 Page 22<br />

Roofing Solutions by Darren Houk (817) 692-8496 Page 35<br />

Send My Parcels (972) 906-2906 Page 32<br />

Silver Fox (817) 329-6995 Page 2<br />

Stuart’s Paint and Body (214) 221-6999 Page 5<br />

Ussery Printing (972) 438-8344 Page 35<br />

Victory Motorcars (713) 783-6555 Page 30<br />

Zims Autotechnik (817) 267-4451 Page 29


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Around the Bend...<br />

By Jim Hirsch, Managing Editor<br />

o who exactly is responsible for getting<br />

<strong>Slipstream</strong> into your hands each<br />

S<br />

month? The answer is not as simple<br />

as you might think. First of all, the<br />

members who volunteer their time and talents<br />

each month are first and foremost passionate<br />

about their Porsche(s), just like you. Fortunately,<br />

they are also passionate about getting club information<br />

into their fellow members’ mailboxes each month.<br />

Of course, two of our Board Officers provide columns<br />

regularly. Our Maverick Region President, David<br />

Robertson, shares his musings about the club with us<br />

each month in his Sprockets column.<br />

In addition, Region Secretary Wendy<br />

Shoffit provides comprehensive minutes<br />

of each monthly Board meeting<br />

so that our members can stay current<br />

on the internal workings of your club.<br />

And then there are the <strong>Slipstream</strong><br />

“regulars”. They include Carey<br />

Spreen who scans each member article<br />

for proper grammar and punctuation<br />

and even fact checks from<br />

Kurt Scaggs with son Wilson<br />

time to time. Kurt Scaggs designs our event ads<br />

each month to make sure it’s easy for you to<br />

know when and where activities are scheduled.<br />

Ash Seidl-Staley, Jerry DeFeo, Bill Kruder, and<br />

Bill Orr provide regular features each month<br />

for your enjoyment. Andy Mears and Hiram<br />

Saunders make our mailing process work.<br />

And, of course, your many Board members who<br />

write recaps and previews of events. Perhaps most importantly<br />

though, you, our member contributors, for<br />

photos and articles that provide a great variety of reading<br />

and visuals each month. Tom Martin has been a<br />

prolific “non-regular” contributor!<br />

Finally, before each issue of <strong>Slipstream</strong><br />

hits your mailbox, our 39<br />

proofreaders, including many of our<br />

previous editors, have gone over each<br />

issue with their keen eyes and caught<br />

all of my errors!<br />

Yes, it’s a team effort every month.<br />

We hope you enjoy your monthly <strong>Slipstream</strong><br />

which is the result of these<br />

many volunteers. Carpe Viam!<br />

36 <strong>June</strong>

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