Slipstream - July 2019


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



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JULY 2019



6 | Mavs & Mochas Recap: June

7 | Snowy Trip in a 356

8 | Patriot Paws in Action!

12 | Driver’s Education Series: Austin Schnellfest at COTA

15 | Autocross Series Event 3: Lone Star Park

16 | Remembering Myra Sutton

19 | Maverick Marktpreis: 964 Carrera 2

20 | Coffee, Cars & Conversation: Frank Briggs

26 | It’s New Car Time: Part 1

30 | Surprise: A Summer Gimmick/Poker Rally


The family that autocrosses together, stays together. Clay is

finishing his autocross run in his red car and Betty is waiting to

run in the background in her orange car. Photo by Charlie Davis


See more details and check for event updates via the QR code

here or our online calendar at


Lewisville area lunch................................................................... (Tue) 9

Mavs & Mochas: Novel Coffee Roasters .................................... (Sat) 13

Frisco Rough Riders Porsche Night ........................................... (Sat) 13

Maverick Happy Hour...............................................................(Thu) 18

Motoring Mavs at Mayo............................................................ (Sat) 20

Autocross #6............................................................................. (Sun) 21

64th Porsche Parade................................................................... 21-27

Garages and Gearheads Having Coffee..................................... (Sat) 27

Southlake area lunch................................................................(Thu) 25

Tech Session: Park Place Porsche .............................................. (Sat) 30


22 | Frisco Rough Riders Porsche Night

22 | Motoring Mavs at Mayo

23 | Maverick Lunch Series

23 | Mavs&Mochas


2 | Sprockets (President’s Column)

2 | Maverick of the Month

4 | List of Officers and Board Chairs

4 | Zone 5 Presidents

11 | New Mavericks

11 | Member Moments

14 | Porsche Trivia

34 | Advertiser Index

34 | Anniversaries

36 | Oversteer (Editor’s Column)

Maverick Board Meeting .......................................................... (Wed) 7

Mavs & Mochas: Highland Park Village .................................... (Sat) 10

Autocross #7............................................................................. (Sun) 11

Lewisville area lunch.................................................................(Tue) 13

Maverick Happy Hour...............................................................(Thu) 15

Motoring Mavs at Mayo............................................................ (Sat) 17

Southlake area lunch................................................................(Thu) 22

Maverick Partner Appreciation.................................................. (Sat) 24

Garages and Gearheads Having Coffee..................................... (Sat) 31

On the Cover

Frank Briggs celebrating 200,000 miles on his

trusty daily driver 993 at a soggy Mavs&Mochas

in Fort Worth.

Photo by Paul Moseley

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SPROCKETS: Hit the road!

by David Robertson, Region President

July is the month when many Maverick members

head off to the National PCA Parade. This is a yearly

event where thousands of PCA members gather together

for a week of events, including driving tours, autocross,

banquets, exploring the local area, and most of all,

getting to know other PCA members from every part of

the country. Porsche AG always has a big presence, and

always unveils a special vehicle for the first time at the

event. If you haven’t been to a PCA Parade you need to

attend one soon!

I would like to talk a little bit about one of the

Maverick Region’s most prolific members, spanning

just about the entire history of the club. Charlie Davis

recently passed away, shortly after celebrating his 50th

year as a member of the Maverick Region. During

those 50 years he was President of the Maverick

Region twice, Vice President twice, and Secretary twice.

Charlie has left a permanent imprint on our

club, and his legacy lives on in many ways

that most of us don’t even realize. Thank

you, Charlie, for 50 years of volunteering

your enthusiasm and time to the Maverick

Region and National PCA. We will miss you.

Charlie was a two-time recipient of the Selcer Award

(Maverick Region’s highest recognition) and National

PCA Zone Rep for four years. He served on an untold

number of committees, both on a regional and national

level, and helped organize countless events. As our club

photographer for many years, Charlie was at just about

every event on the schedule with camera in hand.

In my time as a member of the Maverick Executive

Council I have had the opportunity to work with

Charlie on many projects, and the honor to get to know

him and his wife Teri (also a very active member of our

club for many years) on a personal level.


Kurt Scaggs

Kurt Scaggs joined our Maverick Region in August of 2013, along with his 1987

Guards Red 911 Carrera. He started by participating in our region driving events,

and by 2016, Kurt had volunteered for a major role in the production of Slipstream

and our social media sites as the event ad designer. Kurt also created many of our

most iconic poster and decal designs, such as the 55th anniversary Founders’ Day

event and the Mavs & Mochas logo. In April of 2018, Kurt stepped up to one of

our most labor-intensive volunteer positions, that of Editor of Slipstream, and has

been at the helm of each issue since then. Kurt, along with his wife Melissa and son

Wilson, actively attend our region social events, while Kurt continues to participate

in driving events as often as possible. Kurt expanded his classic Porsche stable

about nine months ago by adding a 1986 Porsche 944 Turbo to his garage. Thank

you Kurt for all of the work you do each month producing Slipstream!

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2019 Maverick Region Board - Officers and Chairs


David Robertson


Vice President

Jim Falgout


Carey Spreen



Deborah Fike


Autocross Chair

Mark Schnoerr

Charity Chair

Chris Hamilton

Club Race Co-Chair

Pat Heptig


Club Race Co-Chair

Joel Nannis

Coffee Meets Co-Chair

Derrick Tate


Concours Chair

Mike Mahoney


DE Chair

Renee Hayden

DE Registrar

Jason Brodigan

DE Chief Driving Coach

Craig Janssen

DE Medical Chair

Dr. Jeffery Komenda

Goodie Store

Chris Flaugh


Region Historian

Carey Spreen


Marketing, Social

Media Chair

Bill Orr

Membership Chair

Jim Hirsch


Monthly Social Chair

Claudia Reynolds

PCA Tours Co-Chair

Sam Bryant

PCA Tours Co-Chair

Brant Worrell

Rally Co-Chair

Don Sebert


Rally Co-Chair

George Luxbacher

Registrar, Club Race

Wendy Shoffit

Safety Co-Chair

Bob Kramer

Slipstream Advertising,

Coffee Meets

Bill Kruder


Slipstream Content Ed.

Carey Spreen


Slipstream Editor

Kurt Scaggs


Slipstream Event Ad Design

David Tierney

Slipstream Mailing

Andy Mears


Slipstream Printing

Fran Ussery

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Social Chair

Debi Kruder

Tech Sessions Chair

Michael Baynton


Time Trial Chair,

(AX/TT Rules)

Travis Howard


TT Registrar, AX/TT

Schools, Swap Meets

Robyn Howard


Trivia Chair

Jerry DeFeo


Volunteers Chair

Landon Stogner


Web Site Chair

James Shoffit



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May Mavs & Mochas Recap

by Bill Kruder, Mavs & Mochas Chair

photos provided by Paul Moseley

Once again, what would a Saturday be

without rain? You guessed it - it poured the

entire morning. As Debi and I drove over to

Fort Worth for Mavs & Mochas that morning,

more than a few times we looked at each

other and questioned, “what are we doing

out in this?”

But as they say, the show

must go on, and we knew

Neiman Marcus at Shops

at Clearfork were pulling

out all the stops to make it

an unprecedented morning!

They had their entire team

ready for us with plenty of

fresh coffee, Bloody Marys

and mimosas, and some

excellent breakfast bites.

And if the spread of drinks

and bites was not enough,

they had incredible door

prizes, and several of our

members went home with

great gifts. Fair to say,

despite the weather, no one

was disappointed, with some

35 cars and 50 members enjoying great friendships,

shopping, and wandering through one of the most

beautiful stores in DFW.

The spread at Neiman Marcus, Shops of Clearfork

But let me not forget to mention the car we were

celebrating this month. Frank Briggs’ 1995 Aventurine

Green 993 had just rolled 200,000 miles. For those of

you who don’t know the car or Frank, it’s safe to say

he drives the wheels off it. I might suggest you go back

and read the Coffee, Cars & Conversation article in the

June issue of Slipstream (

to learn more of where this car and driver have been

over the last 200,000 miles.

Lastly, a big thanks to Park Place Porsche, Neiman

Marcus, and the volunteers who made this one of the best

events of the year . . . despite the rain.

Frank Briggs and Co. marking a personal milestone in Porsche passion.

Above: Ajai Cadambi and his Lizard Green GT3 RS

6 July

Snowy Road Trip in a 356

by Rose Gohlke

photo provided by author

My husband Mark and I just returned from a 1700 mile road

trip in our 1964 356. Before this, the furthest we’d gone in it was

about 100 miles on one of the tours with the club. This time we

went to Durango, CO for a wedding, taking the scenic route the

whole way. It was quite an adventure!

I was thankful for the new full-sized spare that we had to use

the first night. (My husband had ordered the tire and had to wait

a week to receive it because of the special size that is not popular

anymore.) He had never used the original jack before and it took

a while to figure out how to get the car back on the ground. I

was so happy that we were able to get a

replacement spare the next morning at

the tire store next to our hotel that just

happened to have the exact same tire!

It was a beautiful surprise to find

ourselves in a winter wonderland on

May 9 in northern New Mexico and I

was appreciative of the working

heater. And on the way back through

Texas I was thankful for the wing

window air-conditioning! Mark and Rose stop for a scenic, snowy shot in their ‘64 356.


Patriot Paws in Action!

by Alan Nusbaum

photo provided by author

It’s always difficult to know how

a certain event or experience will

impact your life. For my son Sam

and me, the Maverick Region PCA

Patriot Paws visit in March became

much more than a one-time event.

Not really knowing what to expect

when the event announcement was

made, Sam and I signed up. We love

dogs and we love Porsches!

What we saw that day was truly

amazing and inspiring. Before we

left their facility, we were really

excited about what we had seen,

and both agreed that the Patriot

Paws mission aligned with “why

we do what we do” at Raytheon,

where my three children and I work.

Raytheon is a technology and

innovation leader in the aerospace

and defense industry, and one of

the larger employers in North

Texas. Our work helps protect

and support the men and women

in our U.S. military. Many of our

employees are veterans, and after

describing what we had seen, our

veteran employee resource group

shared in our excitement and was

a discussion with Lori, a Q&A

session, a video about their prison

training program, and of course,

Pierce showed off his skills!

At the end of the session, I

announced a $20,000 donation

from my


to Patriot Paws

Service Dogs for

the training of a

service dog.

Our goal that

day had been to

was a very good first step of what we

intend to be a long-term relationship.

It all stemmed from our Maverick

Region PCA visit in March! Thanks

again to Don Sebert and all those

that organized that great day in


On a final note: Lori

announced that as a part

of our donation, we too

could name a service

dog. The audience voted

for a name from a list of

Raytheon products. The

winning name was . . .


The mission of Patriot Paws is to “train and

provide service dogs of the highest quality

at no cost to disabled American veterans”

in order to “help restore their physical and

emotional independence.”

on board to support Patriot Paws.

At our McKinney facility on

May 16 we hosted Lori Stevens,

the founder and executive director;

Kristina Longoria, an intern

trainer; and Pierce, a service dog in

training at Patriot Paws. It turned

out be a very special day indeed!

We had a great employee turnout

for the program, which included

create a better


of the Patriot

Paws mission:

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important, how it

is accomplished,

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Welcome Our New Mavericks!

by Jim Hirsch, Region Membership Chair

New Members May 2019

Ashish Bhatia Dallas 2014 Cayman S

Lou Bogdos Colleyville 2003 911 Turbo

Shontae Bryant Frisco 2004 911 Carrera Cabriolet

James Dye Frisco 2019 911 Targa 4S

Randy Eisenbach Richardson 2019 911 Carrera GTS

Michael Evans Arlington 2009 911 Carrera

Carlos Garza Frisco 2012 911 Carrera S Cabriolet

John Ginn Dallas 1987 911 Carrera

Matt Jones Richardson 2016 Cayman S

Kevin Nichols Fort Worth 2014 911 Carrera

Frank Pagano Aubrey 2001 911 Carrera Cabriolet

Jeff Phelps

North Richland Hills 1986 911 Carrera Targa

Mark Steven Phillips Arlington 2001 Boxster

(Tina Morales Briones)

Jeff Pugach Southlake 2014 911 Carrera S

Mitch Reeves McKinney 2018 911 Carrera GTS

Kyle Roberts Rockwall 2013 Boxster S

Harry Rosenthal Fort Worth 2019 911 Carrera GTS

Scott Scheetz Euless 1985 944

Michael Schlehuber Dallas 2018 911 Targa 4 GTS

Duke Stone Dallas 2017 911 Targa 4S

David Stropes (Vicky) Southlake 2014 Boxster S

William Tanner Southlake 2008 911 Carrera 4S Cab

Levi Taylor (Linda) Plano 2019 911 Targa 4 GTS

Rawn Turner Mesquite 2006 911 Carrera 4S Cab

Derek Vick Dallas 2006 Cayman S

Lori Wasson Fort Worth 2015 Panamera 4

Jesse Weaver Dallas 2008 Boxster

Kenneth Williams Dallas 2003 911 Turbo

Cory Wrenn Highland Village 1989 911 Carrera Cabriolet

Transfers In

Paul Braun (LA) Pasadena 1967 912

Kevin Nichols (ALT) Fort Worth 2014 911 Carrera

Jake Fonseca (GG) Willow Park 2015 Boxster GTS

James Weimer (PST) Alba 1991 911 Carrera 2

Please give a Maverick Welcome to these new members when you meet them!

If you have any changes that

you would like to make to the

MRPCA membership guide, contact Jim

Hirsch at

Member Moment

Jennifer Parma

(joined 12/2018)



Primary reason for joining PCA

I began attending Mavs & Mochas events.

Everyone has always been so warm and

inviting, so I quickly felt very much a part

of the group.

Current Porsche(s)

2007 Midnight Blue Boxster

Favorite Porsche

The one sitting in my garage! Joking aside,

I love all Porsches!

Best thing about Porsche ownership

The camaraderie and the friendships that

have been formed as a result of owning

these beautiful beasts is most rewarding!

Hobby interests

I am an avid cyclist, I love weight training,

crossword puzzles over coffee, and 2

amazing daughters, Lauren and Natalie.

Member Moment

Greg & Julia Cleath

(joined 7/2016)


Pilot SWA (G);

Homemaker (J)

First Porsche

2001 Boxster (G); 1987 924S (J)

Current Porsche(s)

1981 911SC (G); 1988 944/2017 Macan (J)

Favorite Porsche

964 (G); Macan (J)

Favorite Maverick or PCA event

Mavs and Mochas or anytime we all can

get together and talk about cars and make

new friends.

Best thing about owning a Porsche

The smile on my face I get from just looking

at the beautiful car sitting in

the garage.

Maverick Membership Statistics as ofJune 1

Primary Members: 2039 Affiliate Members: 991 Total Membership: 3030


Drivers’ Education Series: Austin Schnell Fest

by Craig Janssen, Chief Driving Coach

photos provided by Renee Hayden

The owners of more than 200

cars converged on the Circuit of The

America (COTA) race track in Austin

for the long weekend of June 7-9 to

spend three days developing their

driving skills. Known as the Austin

Schnell Fest, these High Performance

Driving Education (HPDE) events are

a partnership between the Maverick

Region PCA, Lone Star Region PCA,

Hill Country Region PCA, and the

Lone Star BMW club. The next

Austin Schnell Fest will be held this

fall in September.

It was great fun as we met and

made new friends and got to drive our

cars in the way they were intended to

perform, all while doing it on a race

track designed for safety.

And it was hot. Like almost record

temperatures for June in Texas hot.

We drank lots of water and sought

refuge between driving sessions in

the plentiful air-conditioned spaces at

COTA. It’s really a fantastic facility.

Stories of gifted driving

and wonderful saves

abounded over beer and

pizza at the end of each

day. In reality, we were all

humbled as we realized

how much there is to learn

to be a good driver, and

how much performance

there is to be explored in

our Porsche cars.

An amazing weekend with

incredible cars and interesting

people! We hope you will join us

for a future HPDE. Please check

back next month for more pictures

from this event.

See you at the track!

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You can test your

knowledge (or Google

search ability) of all

things Porsche by

participating in the

monthly trivia contest

posted online at http://

Answers are due by the

last day of each month.

The winner of the trivia contest receives a $25 gift

certificate from our sponsor, Zims Autotechnik. In the case

of ties, a random drawing determines the winner.

Here are the questions and answers for the May 2019

Trivia. We went with a Trivia that brings Q&A this month

dealing with items about Porsche’s employees and the

development of a 4-door Porsche. The winner this month

was Michelle Cook, getting all 5 of 5 correct. Honorable

Mention, also getting all 5 correct, were Jack Riley,

Tom Martin, Andy Allen, Josh

Hoffman, and Doug Jacobson. In

case of a tie, the winner is chosen

by random drawing.

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Maverick Trivia: Are you a Porschephile?

Jerry DeFeo

sponsored by Zims Autotechnik

Answers: 1)c, 2)c, 3)c, 4)b, 5)d

1. Porsche had an outstanding year in 2018. It was so

good they gave every employee a very nice bonus of

approximately _____!

a. $5,500 b. $9,000 c. $11,000 d. $14,500

Source: Mar 21, 2019

2. They did that by selling some _____ vehicles.

a. 201,115 b. 226,452 c. 256,255 d. 288,682

Source: Mar 21, 2019

3. Many folks know about San Antonio Porsche dealer Dr

William Dick’s one-off Troutman-built 4-door 911. Fewer

know that, some years earlier, Porsche built a 4-seater car

based on the 1950 356, called the _____!

a. 358 b. 456 c. 530 d. 656

Source: of Apr 25, 2019

4. In 1984, Porsche built a 4-door prototype for Ferry

Porsche’s 75th birthday: a 928 stretched some 10 inches,

using clam-shell rear doors, known internally as the _____!

a. 929 b. 942 c. 946 d. 952

Source: of Apr 25, 2019

5. In 1988, Porsche built the _____, a 4-door with two rear

seats and a water-cooled V-8 engine up front. This “Family

Sports Car” was the predecessor of the Panamera, but did

not get a green light due to financial constraints.

a. 929 b. 949 c. 969 d. 989

Source: of Apr 25, 2019

Mav Autocross Series Event 4 & Car Control Clinic

by Mark Schnoerr, Region Autocross Chair

photos by Robert Kirby of Lightspeed Images

Event 4 was back at the large and fast Mineral Wells

Airpark site in Mineral Wells, TX. The huge helicopter

training pad gives the course designers room for a fast course.

Ten of the 78 cars at this event were Porsches. Class

P1, the early 914 and 911 class was dominated by

Carey Spreen in his Red 911SC. Ed Mayo chased him

all day in his beautiful Silver 911S for second place.

Sue Crimm co-drove the Red 911SC to third and Julia

Underwood co-drove the Silver 911S to fourth. Amir

El-Baghdaddy ran uncontested in class P2 with his

944 S2 Cabriolet. Mas Watanabe led Carolle Liu for

the win in class P3. New for 2019 participant Yasha

Avshalumov pulled out the win over Doug Edney in

class P4, Cayman S over 996 this time. Wendy Shoffit

ran uncontested in class P5 for the win.

and personalized coaching. The site is set up with skid

pads, figure eights, slaloms, lane changes, and a short

autocross course to merge all the skills. Eleven of the

30 participants were PCA members, nine of whom we

have not seen at our events before. Two of the Porsches

ran so many laps so hard that their tires were worn out.

But Yasha Avshalumov was not shaken - he went into

Performance Index adjusted overall;

Carey Spreen was first quick Porsche

in his 911SC over Ed Mayo in his 911S

followed by Wendy Shoffit in her GT4.

Wendy was also third quick overall in

ladies’ classes at this event.

The Autocross Car Control Clinic was hosted the

same weekend. The Autocross Car Control Clinic is

limited to just 30 participants to allow a lot of seat time



and his Boxster S

Wendy Shoffit

pushing her GT4

Carey Spreen using all of the grip his SC has to offer.

town, bought new tires, and attended the autocross the

next day.

The last five events of the 2019 season will all be at

the beautiful Lone Star Park site in Grand Prairie. We can

arrange a lot of seat time, ride-alongs, and instruction at

all our events so there is no excuse not to come out to play.

The season schedule is published on the facing page

and also online. Contact Mark Schnoerr for details or

go to the ER website at

P1 - 'PCA 1'

Total Entries: 4

Best Diff.

1T P1 906 Carey Spreen Guards Red 911SC 66.289 -

2T P1 5 Edward Mayo Silver 911S 66.746 0.457

3 P1 90 Sue Crimm Guards Red 911 SC 71.952 5.206

4 P1 9 Julia Underwood Silver 911S 77.617 5.665

P2 - 'PCA 2'

Total Entries: 1

Best Diff.

1T P2 7 Amir El-Baghdady Maroon 944 S2 70.52 -

P3 - 'PCA 3'

Total Entries: 2

Best Diff.

1T P3 7 Mas Watanabe Red Boxster-S 66.764 -

2 P3 168 Carolle Liu White Boxster 987 73.854 7.09

P4 - 'PCA 4'

Total Entries: 2

Best Diff.

1T P4 13 Yasha AvshalumovWhite Cayman S 69.175 -

2 P4 7 Douglas Edney Black 996 69.8 0.625

P5 - 'PCA 5'

Total Entries: 1

Best Diff.

1T P5 89 Wendy Shoffit White GT4 66.257 -



Remembering Myra Sutton

by Carey Spreen, as told by Jerry Sutton

photos provided by Jerry Sutton and Fran Ussery

On April 14, 2019, Myra Broussard Sutton passed away,

leaving behind husband Jerry, daughter Aubrey Sutton Skinner

and Aubrey’s husband Michael Skinner, and granddaughter

Sutton Lee Skinner and grandson Sullivan Lloyd Skinner.

Celebrating Myra’s birthday at the Salt Lake City Parade

Jerry Sutton joined Maverick Region PCA in May 1970. He

met Lafayette, Louisiana-born-and-raised Myra Broussard at

a New Year’s Eve party on December 31, 1976, held by a

Methodist Sunday School group. To those who knew them

at the time, that fact could have been considered unexpected,

given that Myra was a “Roamin’ Catholic” and Jerry was

a “Whiskey-palian.” Perhaps those self-styled descriptions

were what brought them together! Jerry added Myra as his

affiliate PCA member upon his next membership renewal in

the spring of 1977.

Myra had come to Dallas after graduating from the

University of Southwestern Louisiana with a Baccalaureate

degree in Music in 1971, getting her Master’s degree at SMU

in 1972. Myra was not what one would call a car person

at that time; when she left Louisiana, her

mother gave her the family car: a 1970

Plymouth Belvedere. As it turned out,

though, that car had a 440 Mopar engine,

complete with six-pack, although at the

time, she neither knew nor cared.

In the summer of 1977, after being

shown the light regarding German

automotive quality, Myra decided that

she needed a new car. She visited Forest

Lane Porsche+Audi, where the salesman

tried to convince her that an Audi Fox

was a fine-driving car, but she disagreed.

She also tried driving a Porsche 924,

which had just been introduced in the US,

but it didn’t quite fit her tall frame. She

ultimately decided on a 1977 Mercedes

240D with a 4-speed manual, which is

parked in their driveway to this day.

At roughly the same time, Jerry decided

to sell his Chevy Nova (which he had

purchased after his 1970 914-6 was

totaled in an accident the previous year) and bought a new

BMW 320i, which (spoiler alert!) turned out to be a poor

substitute for a Porsche.

Anyway, Jerry and Myra attended various Maverick

Region events, one of which was an autocross held at

Greater Southwest Airport, where Jerry assisted with timing

and scoring. As it turned out, Myra became interested in the

sport, and soon heard about a gymkhana (sort of a gimmick

autocross) being put on by the Mercedes-Benz club, also at

Greater Southwest Airport. She promptly entered the event

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in her 240D, where she beat most of the other competitors.

Thus began her longstanding enthusiasm for autocrossing,

both with the M-B Club and the Porsche Club.

Myra and Jerry were married in February of 1979, and

continued to be regulars at PCA autocrosses, with Myra in

her 240D and Jerry in his 320i, and later in a 1973 914 2.0.

In early 1982, Myra began getting sick in the morning, and

after seeing her doctor, learned that she was pregnant. Jerry

hung pink and blue ribbons on the garage door to celebrate

the good news.

Later that year, they were

helping with timing and scoring

at one of Maverick Region’s

Time Trial events, which were

held in those days at Oak Hill

Raceway near Henderson, TX.

While at the event, Myra had

the occasion to sit in an early

911, and took an immediate

liking to it.

As luck would have it, one of

the competitors at the event, Bill

Lusk, from Longhorn Region in

San Antonio, had a 1973-1/2

911T that he was looking to sell.

In June of 1982, Jerry and Myra

drove the 320i to Bill’s home

in San Antonio, bought the

911T, and drove it home, with

Myra in the air-conditioned

BMW and Jerry in the Porsche.

They got back to Dallas in time

to attend a Maverick dinner

meeting and showed off their

new acquisition.

To their delight, their daughter

Aubrey was born that August.

At another Maverick dinner

meeting later that year, Teri Davis presented a slide show

about the 1982 Porsche Parade, which had taken place in

Reno, NV that summer. Myra immediately asked Jerry,

“What’s a ‘Parade’?” The answer eventually led to the

Suttons (all three of them) attending the 1983 Parade at Lake

of the Ozarks, MO. Fortuitously, Jerry’s parents were living

in Joplin, MO at the time, which made it an easy decision for

the new family to attend the Parade, visiting Jerry’s parents

on the way up and back. However, as anyone who has taken

an extended trip in a 911 knows, there’s not a lot of room

for luggage, especially with an infant on board, so creative

packing is the key. (See page

Jerry Sutton met Lafayette, Louisiana-bornand-raised

Myra Broussard at a New Year’s

45 of the October 2018 issue

of Porsche Panorama for

photographic evidence.)

Eve party on December 31, 1976, held by a Anyway, Myra and Jerry

Methodist Sunday School group. To those competed in the Parade

autocross that year, with

who knew them at the time, that fact could

Myra spinning on her

have been considered unexpected, given that last lap, but thoroughly

Myra was a “Roamin’ Catholic” and Jerry was a enjoying every run. Little

did they know that this


would begin an unbroken

36-year tradition of Parade

attendance. Over the years,

Myra and Jerry always looked

forward to seeing old PCA

friends and making new ones.

They competed in three of

the four Parade competitions

(TSD Rally, Autocross,

and Technical Quiz) and

continued to autocross and

rally every year after the

mid-1990s. Myra was also a

member of the PCA National

Membership Committee for

several years, and served as

Myra and Jerry at the Keystone Colorado Parade with the 911T the chairperson in the early

1990s. Jerry and Myra also

were the co-recipients of Maverick Region’s Selcer Award in

1986, and PCA recognized all three Suttons as Family of the

Year in 1995.

Myra’s first Porsche

Parade autocross class win

(but certainly not her last)

was fittingly at the D/FW

Parade in 1987. After that

Parade, Maverick Region

member extraordinaire Linda

Bambina, who was on the

From far left: Myra race ready, The

Suttons have been Porsche Kids

for quite a while, Aubry with Myra

getting into a Porsche state of mind,

Opening Christmas gifts.


Myra and Jerry in a dance competition

Parade Committee that year, organized several dance lessons

for a few couples who were also on the Parade Committee,

including Myra and Jerry. As the lessons went on, most of the

rest of the couples dropped out, but the Suttons continued,

enjoying it immensely. In fact, they joined a club for dance

couples and remained active, attending and competing in

several formal dance contests each year until just recently.

Another of Myra’s passions was for dogs of the breed

known as the American Eskimo. In about 2004, she began

attending AKC dog shows, and a couple of years later

she was showing her purebred American Eskimo and

winning, including Best of Show trophies. She enjoyed

showing her dogs (including “Fluff” and “Sassy Cajun”)

for many years afterwards.

After the trip home from the 2007 Parade, Myra

became extremely exhausted. By that time, they already

knew that she suffered from a heart condition known

as Marfan syndrome, one of the symptoms of which is

mitral valve leakage. At that time she underwent surgery

to have her mitral valve repaired. About a year later

she was diagnosed with Liposarcoma, which, if caught

early, can be successfully treated. She underwent four

major surgeries since that time, in addition to radiation

and chemotherapy treatments, but the disease eventually

returned each time.

Nevertheless, for the last ten years or so, they have always

arrived early at each Parade, driving their Cayenne (with

manual transmission!) and have volunteered at Check-In,

during which all Parade entrants confirm that they have

registered for various events. Myra and Jerry typically

handed out the Parade Goodie Bags, so they got to meet just

about everyone registered for each Parade. In case you’re

wondering, Jerry plans to attend the Boca Raton Parade this

year to once again take on the role of Concours judge.

We’ll miss Myra’s ever-present smile whenever and

wherever Maverick Region folks gather, and we hope that

this story has helped you to know her better!

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Coffee, Cars & Conversation

by Bill Kruder

photos provided by author

I must be honest: I almost missed

the opportunity to meet this couple.

I have said hello to them more than

once, usually at Mayo Performance,

admiring one of their 914s and

moving on. I think it was at a Mavs

& Mochas that Linda Bambina, yes

that Linda, came rushing up and

gave me a hug and said “you have

got to talk to this couple that own a

few 914s.” She went on about all the

fun they have had, and

the stories they could tell

. . . all about or involving

owning 914s.

So here is the

next in my series of

“conversations” I would

like to share with you:

Betty and Clay Perrine,

members since 2002,

Owners 1974 914, 1973 914,

and 1970 914/6 (Factory Six)

Bill Kruder: So where are

you two from?

Clay Perrine: I was born

here then moved to Youngstown,

Ohio. My dad was an engineer with

GM. Then we moved back when I

was 16 to Arlington and went to

high school, graduating from L. D.

Bell High School in Hurst in 1979.

Betty Perrine: I was born in New

Orleans, but we moved around a

lot. My dad was an insurance exec

moving us from Mississippi, Texas,

New Jersey, Kentucky, and Canada.

We moved back to Texas (Plano)

when I was 12. I went to what is

now Plano Senior High.

BK: How did you two meet?

CP: We met in 1985 at an SCCA

Autocross at Fair Park in Dallas. I

was out there with my ‘79 924.

BP: Yes, it was at an Autocross. I

had my ‘74 914 out there. I was

taping the numbers on my car and

this guy came over to check the

car out. I was hoping he would go

away actually (laughing), as I was

really nervous about the day.

CP: It’s true - I gave her my number.

BP: And yes, I called him (smiling).

CP: We dated for about three years,

kind of long distance, as I lived

in Bedford and Betty was living

in Plano. It was over a 40-mile

commute, and let me tell you, in the

mid ‘80s the roads were not what

Okteenerfest 2014, Igor and Frody on Tail of the Dragon

they are today, so it was a haul;

SH121 was a two-lane road.

BK: So how did the Autocross go?

CP: She beat me by about two

seconds, and she still beats me


BK: Clay, I heard you were pretty

quick in a straight line in non-

Porsches in your youth?

CP: True. Not many know I had my

NHRA (drag racing) license when I

was 18 and I drove professionally

for several years.

BK: Where did your interest in cars

come from?

BP: Both our dads were car guys;

certainly Clay’s more than mine.

BK: So Betty, how did you get into

this whole Porsche world?

BP: When I was a kid I read this

book called “The Red Car.” It was

about a sixteen-year-old boy who

finds a 1948 red MG TC roadster

that is wrecked and decides he

needs to bring it back to life. Guess

that kind of stuck with me so I went

looking for an MG.

BK: So you started with a MG?

BP: Well no, I had found one, but

when I got there it was gone. The

next place I tried, a guy

showed me this orange

914 he had. Well my

first impression was

“heck no, I don’t even

like orange cars” and

I didn’t even really

know much about

914s. So he tells me to

sit in and take it out.

Well I did, and made

a right turn out of the

lot; I knew right then

I had to have it! One

right turn and 34 years

later, I still love it.

BK: Clay, how did you get started?

CP: Certainly, it was by chance. I

grew up around old classic Chevys;

matter of fact I drove a 1931 Chevy

to my high school prom. One day I

was at a friend’s, and in his parking

lot there was 924. I was kind of

looking for a car and thought it

would be cool to own a Porsche.

This was, I think, in 1985.

BK: I understand you name your cars?

BP: It’s true! Not only do we name

them but they have a theme.

CP: We always loved the movie

“Young Frankenstein,” or as

Gene Wilder would always say,

“Fronkonsteen,” so we named them:

the ‘74 is Froderick or Frody, the ‘73

is Igor (pronounced EYE-gor), and

our ‘95 BMW is Inga.

BP: The exception is our ’70, which

is Elwood, because he was named

before he became ours.

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BK: I have heard that you have a couple stories that involve

bringing the 914 community together to make someone’s day

a bit brighter?

CP: True enough; we believe in paying it forward or treating

someone like how you would like to be treated. When we

were starting out, people helped us out, and now it’s our turn;

we have bins and shelves of 914 parts that we may never use.

BP: So back in ‘95-’96, Clay was actively on Rennlist; when it

started it was more of just sending emails. This guy “Mike”

emailed, saying he once had a white 914 and missed it dearly

but was not in a position to buy one again.

CP: Well as luck would have it, we found a white ‘75 for $300.

Let’s just say it needed work, but actually was a pretty sound

car. So we bought the car and started to email on Rennlist

what parts we needed, and people started sending parts to us.

BP: Clay had the idea that we should save the return address

stickers and attach them under the hood so that “Mike”

could see how many people were involved in this six-month

restoration project.

CP: We had kept “Mike’s” wife in the loop of what we were

doing, so when we wrapped up the project, we loaded the ‘75

on a trailer to Tennessee.

BK: And the other?

CP: We always call this one the story of “Buttercup.”

BP: Thru a woman had posted that she

had a 914 that was in pieces; it was her brother’s, who

had recently passed away.

CP: Aftering hearing the story, a bunch of us 914 guys

got together, donated parts, and we all flew or drove to

Kansas and over a weekend we reassembled and had

the car roadworthy once again.

BK: Tell me about the ‘74, what is known to us as, the


CP: Ahh yes, that would be the day I was driving, and

Betty was the passenger. We were driving on 360 in

Arlington when she looked back and saw that the car

was on fire!

BP: We managed to pull over safely; the Fire Department

extinguished the car before it was completely destroyed.

CP: We had it towed away and it sat in storage for seven

years before we ever got around to bringing it back to life.

BK: And for the record this is the car they drove to meet

me for this conversation! Truly a classic, patina and all.

So . . . as I always say, what if? I could have missed this

couple, but thanks to Linda’s nudge, we captured their

story. And how fitting - it’s a story of 914 ownership as

we celebrate its 50th anniversary. I will say this is a

story of driving friendships.

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It’s New Car Time: Part 1

by Robert Turner

It’s new car time in the Turner household. Yes! To be

frank, I’m always car shopping. It’s kind of a hobby, you

know – of the vocational kind. Meaning that if the right

combination of timing, available budget, and spousal

approval all happen to coincide, then a car purchase is

eminent. Take this most recent round. It started a little

over a year ago. My race car was on the chopping block.

First there was a brush with the Armco crash barrier at

a COTA race track (Circuit of the Americas; FYI, the

Austin TX track that hosts the US Formula 1 Grand

Prix). Then there was the motor meltdown at Hallett’s

great regional track in OK. I had the car body refreshed

and found a new racing motor. But after that expense,

my long-suffering wife instructed me to cut my losses

and retire from track events. OK. Sold the race car, sold

the trailer and most of the racing equipment. On my

birthday, no less. As the race car disappeared down the

road, heading to its new home in south Florida, my wife

turned to me and said, “This is the best birthday ever!”

Wait, our birthdays are three months apart! Oh,

right. She meant it was the best birthday she’d ever

celebrated with me, the former race car/track event

aficionado. She did take me out for a nice birthday

dinner. I remember consuming several decent bourbons

to drown the sorrow of being out of the race car/track

event business. But really, after seventeen years, it was

time to cut my losses and move on. Then, about the

third bourbon I said,

“Maybe I should add up all I’ve spent

on track cars over the years.” My lovely

wife put her hand on my arm and said,

“Maybe you shouldn’t.”

“OK,” I agreed through the bourbon buzz.

But I get ahead of myself. In anticipation of selling the

race car, I managed to score a very nice 2002 Boxster S

in my favorite Porsche color: Speed Yellow. This was my

second Speed Yellow Boxster S. The first one? Another

story. The new one had low miles and rare options:

M030 sports suspension, factory Speedhumps and

factory-painted center console in Speed Yellow. It was

a keeper. But anyone who really knows me understands

that no car is ever a keeper. It’s potentially always on

the chopping block – waiting to get kicked to the curb

in favor of something newer or better.

I did briefly think this one was different. It was

more-or-less perfect. Rare options combined with low

mileage and amazing paint and bodywork meant that

this car (which we dubbed Lemonhead or LMNHED

on the PCA license plate), was destined for concours

and touring duty. It placed third in a regional concours

and was an amazing companion when we drove to

PCA Palooza. Yep, LMNHED was gonna hang around

the Turner household for a long time.

The purchase happened during the Christmas

holiday season when I was homebound for several

weeks. My usual work mode involves lots of business

travel, sometimes four to six weeks in a row. Very

small joke: when people ask me where I’m based, I

point to the sky and say, “On an American Airlines

flight flying overhead right now!” My wife knows

I’m dangerous when not traveling. It means I have

more time in the evening to spend on, you guessed

it – car shopping!

And so it happened. I frequently use an app to search

Craigslist nationwide. I use it to look for something

uncommon – like a Speed Yellow Boxster S. Which is

how I found LMNHED. I reached out to the owner,

who lived in Phoenix, maybe an hour after he’d posted

it. He was surprised to receive a response so quickly.

The photos were not very good, so I asked him for

some specific shots to help me make sure this really

was a rare car in great condition. I asked for shots of

the wheels, the sticker under the hood, certain interior

shots, and both the front and back of the title.

I looked at the photos when they came in, as well

as CarFax and the factory build sheet. The car was a

gem. I called him back and asked if he’d take a lower

price, but he was firm. Hey, nothing ventured, nothing

gained. I told him I’d FedEx a check for half the agreed

price to hold the car and I’d bring the balance when I

flew into Phoenix to pick it up. I asked him to take the

ad down from Craigslist. When I picked the car up, he

told me he should have charged more. In the couple of

hours the ad was still active, he got maybe six or seven

calls. Yep, he probably could have asked for more and

got it. But he was a man of his word. I picked the car

up in Phoenix, pointed it east and drove home.

I’ve had the car for a year now and am home from

the road again. Believe it or not, I’m looking for cars.

Some things never change.

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Attic Butlers................................................. 25

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Concorso Detailing...................................... 29

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Oversteer: Letter from the Editor

by Kurt Scaggs, Managing Editor

Tangent alert. If you came here for a pithy rebuke of

electric cars, or a semi-relatable story about shade tree

auto mechanics, I have some sad news for you. If instead,

you are reading this because you are the type that reads

magazines cover to cover and you do the honorable thing

and read the musings printed here in spite of my attempts

at above, thank you in advance.

In light of the joker that was named Mav of the Month,

I feel the need to applaud those that really help keep this

publication in your mailboxes. I am incredibly grateful for

our board members and volunteers. I compelled to tell you

about a few of them and ask for your help.

First and foremost, Carey Spreen keeps me honest and

does the proof reading, grammar and editing of the stories.

Without his help, you’d get your copy of Slipstream on

the 29th of the month. A former editor himself, he is an

invaluable resource that I could not do without. I cannot

say thank you enough Carey.

You’ll most likely recognize Bill Kruder from planning,

running or sometimes just enjoying our many great events.

He’s everywhere, usually with a cigar and a big floppy hat.

But he’s also a monthly contributor taking time each month

to get to know our members and tell their story. If you’ve ever

spoken to him, you’ll know why he’s tailor made for this type

of thing. Thanks Bill!

If you enjoy Maverick Marktpreis, please let Peter Wen

know about it. I know I always look forward to seeing what

model he’s highlighting for the coming month and keeping my

collector mind racing. Peter, my wife thanks you too.

David Tierney is our ad designer and he is responsible for

the wonderful club ads that you see each month in Slipstream

and on the web keeping us all informed about the upcoming

events with style. Thanks David!

We’ve got so many great photographers and contributors

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