TOBACCO ROADS. July Carolinas Region Autocross and Porsche of Hickory Picnic Delmar Kiser, Hickory Area Director

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1 TOBACCO ROADS July 2008 Carolinas Region Autocross and Porsche of Hickory Picnic Delmar Kiser, Hickory Area Director Thanks to all who made the June 7 trip to the Hickory Area s first autocross. Carolinas members turned out in large numbers to take part in the hottest event of the year. It literally was the hottest event with temps at 100 degrees and water disappearing as fast as high octane gas. The course was very special to take advantage of the area available. Vincent Bray and Becca Cook were on hand Friday evening to get much of the course set up. We were joined by Walter Stone Saturday morning to put on the finishing touches. We had 7 run groups with a total of 36 drivers taking time. Class 1 winner was Will Balance at Class 2 was taken by Jerry Kilcrease at Class 3, Steven, Zakely, Class 4, Mathew Pavelchak , which was also Mens Fastest Time. Class 5 went to John Meek at Class 6 to Kent Clayton, Class 7 was James Stanislaw at Ladies Fast Time was Cari Steinbrueck (See other driver s times on page 22.) The day was such a success that Porsche of Hickory is already thinking of making it an annual event. After the autocross, our group moved to Hickory s Civitan Park where Hickory Auto Group had a great picnic set up for all Carolinas region members and Hickory Auto Group employees. We were greeted by ribs and chicken from Firebones with dessert by Udderly Delicious Ice Cream. After too much to eat and lots of Porsche talk we moved to the softball field where the Carolinas Region members and guests took on the sales staff of our event sponsor. The Carolinas Region members proved to be too much for the competition, winning two games back to back and taking home the trophy. Led by Ron "the rocket" Reed's pitching and stellar play by Bob Seville, Bill Williams, Vincent Bray, Jerry Kilcrease and most of the Widner family, the Porsche guys let everyone know we can have a great time with the cars sitting still. Our thanks go to Porsche Of Hickory and Hickory Auto Group for all the hard work and funding that it takes to make this kind of day possible. Also thanks to Vincent, Becca, Walter and all those who put in a lot of work on a very hot day. Delmar Kiser Photos by Patrick McGinnis and Ron Reed.

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3 Calendar For more information and event listings, go to: Jun 28 - Jul 3 Jul 4-5 Jul 5 Jul 12 Jul 19 Porsche Parade Drivers Ed at Lowe s Motor Speedway Mountain Area s lunch at Deal with drive to Doug McKee s lake house Triangle Area s Trip to Chateau Morrisette Blues Festival. Carolinas Region Pool Party, Spartanburg, SC. See page 9 for information. Aug 2 Triad Area Swap Meet at Speedwerks, Thomasville, NC. See Triad Report on page 11. Aug 2 Mountain Area drive to Doug McKee s lake house. See Mountain Area Report on page 8. Aug Sept 7 Triangle Area s trip to Tail of the Dragon III. See Triangle Area Report on page 13 for information. AutoFair at Lowe s Motor Speedway. Sept 13 Bookmark s Shine & Show. See Triad Area Report on page 11. Sept Sept Oct TBD Oct 11 Oct 4-5 Oct 6-7 Oct Oct Oct 31 - Nov 2 Nov 15 Nov Dec 2 Dec 13 Carolina Trophy. For information, go to or call and ask for Paul. Winston Salem Concours d Elegance. or October Fest hosted by Doc s GRRRage, Lexington SC Annual Oktoberfest Sponsored by Foreign Cars Europa, Greensboro, NC Drivers Ed at Carolina Motorsports Park. Triangle Area s Beach Run Euro Auto Festival, Greer, SC Fall Tour hosted by Metrolina Area Carolinas Region Club Race at Carolina Motorsports Park, Kershaw, SC FALLOUT, GMP s Fall Show, Charlotte, NC. Drivers Ed at VIR, Alton, VA Triad Area s Christmas Party at Foreign Cars Europa, Greensboro, NC Carolinas Region Holiday Party at the Marriot Hotel in Columbia SC. Hosted by the Sun Fun Area. Note: Events in bold type earn points toward the Carolinas Region Enthusiast of the Year Award. July 2008 Page 3

4 Carolinas Region Board of Directors Bob Saville, President Bryson Kiser, Treasurer PO Box 9148 Hickory, NC Gene Kendrick, Vice President 162 Ivy Street Spartanburg, SC Cell phone Home phone Walter Stone Autocross Chairman Jack Christine, Secretary PO Box 2179 Davidson, NC Marty Barrett, Chief Instructor Safety Chairman Steve Hauptmann Club Race Co-Chair (day) John Alpaugh Club Race Co-Chair Day (803) Bill Williams Corner Worker Chairman Brian Powell Driving Events Chairman Nadine Saville Membership Chairman and Drivers Ed Registrar Sadie Kilcrease Goodie Store Chairman Dale Hewitt Newsletter Editor Carol Vargo Newton Region Historian Deer Spring Ln. Charlotte, NC Harvey Yancey 2008 Parade Chairman Paul D. Lueskow Website Manager (cell) Delmar Kiser Hickory Area Director Mike Masterson Metrolina Area Co-Director Douglas McKee Mountain Area Director Rock Webb Sun Fun Area Director Jerry Kilcrease Triad Area Director Martin Salas Triangle Area Director Jim Horner Upstate SC Area Director John Nelson 356 Technical Advisor Charles Ruppert 911 Technical Advisor John Forbes 914 and Technical Advisor 400 Brevard Dr Stanley, NC Jay Dorfer Technical Advisor 924/944/968 Chuck Zachman Past President and Technical Advisor 928

5 AREA Meetings: Hickory Area Second Tuesday each month at 6:30 PM At Porsche of Hickory, th St Dr SE, Hickory NC, Contact Area Director Delmar Kiser or Metrolina Third Thursday at 7:00 PM The Waldhorn Restaurant, Lancaster Highway, Pineville, NC (Lancaster Hwy.= Hwy. 521(aka South Blvd.) south of Hwy. 51). Phone Contact Mike Masterson, Area Director at or Tobacco Roads is the official publication of the Carolinas Region, Porsche Club of America Editor Dale Hewitt 138 Air Harbor Rd Greensboro, NC The ideas, opinions, and suggestions expressed in Tobacco Roads are those of the authors and no authentication is implied by the editors or publishers. Tobacco Roads has not authenticated the claims and guarantees as offered in this publication. Mountain First Saturday each month at 11:00 AM Deal Porsche, 621 Brevard Road, Asheville, NC Contact Douglas McKee, Area Director at or Sun Fun Third Tuesday Each Month (July 15 ) CRAB SHACK, 711 East Main St, Lexington, SC Contact Rock Webb, Area Director or Upstate South Carolina Third Tuesday Each Month at 6:30 PM The Italian Market and Grill Contact Jim Horner, Area Director or Triad Area Third Tuesday each month at 7:00 PM Big Shotz Tavern, 1480 River Ridge Road, Clemmons, NC Contact Jerry Kilcrease, Area Director at or CHANGE OF ADDRESS Tobacco Roads is mailed using the PCA National address list. To change your address, you must contact: PCA National Office P.O. Box 1347 Springfield, VA Phone address_change_real.html You will need your member number. Triangle Second Thursday of the month 6:30 PM at Blinco's Restaurant, 6711 Glenwood Avenue Raleigh, NC Contact Triangle Area Director Martin Salas Home or

6 Around the Region Bob Saville I m writing this with Parade only one week away. By the time you read this, the circus will have left town, and we will start needing to get the Carolinas Region back on track with our year. I have no doubt that Parade turned out great. All the people involved, led by Harvey Yancey, have put an amazing amount of effort into this. When you see someone who was involved with the planning or execution of such a huge event, just say, thank you. These people have put aside their personal time to make things fun and easy for the rest of us, and they deserve our appreciation. On June 7, we held our autocross at Porsche of Hickory. We had a great turn out with nearly 40 cars! Thanks to all involved with setting up and organizing it. Afterward, Porsche of Hickory held a wonderful picnic for all of us. We had a great time, with the highlight of the day being the Porsche Club softball team beating two Hickory Auto Group teams (service team and sales team). We not only beat them, we crushed them! So if you see Robert Yeomans up there, feel free to rub it in a little after all the trash talking he gave us all day leading up to the games!! Thanks Robert and the entire Hickory Auto Group team for such a great day! We owe you one!! Team Captain Delmar Kiser holds the trophy. July 19 we will be holding our Carolinas Region Summer BBQ and Pool Party at the home of Gene and Paula Kendrick in Spartanburg, SC. This is always a great time as the Kendricks have a wonderful property to hold a party. Plus...this is FREE to all Region Members and their families. Their yard allows us to park a lot of cars, so we also hold a Peoples Choice car show. Come on out, bring the family, and cool off in the middle of the summer. Just RSVP to the Kendricks at or by Monday, July 14. See page 19 for information. On August 2, Speedwerks will be holding their annual Swap Meet at their facility in Thomasville. Contact Wayne Overman or Jerry Kilcrease for more information. HUEY UPDATE: As of today, June 20, Huey runs and almost looks like the Huey of old!! There is a list of things that need to be finished, like some of the trim work is not completed, there is a shifting issue (isn t there always in a 914?), needs an alignment, a few gauges are not hooked up, etc. But overall, he s getting there!! Nadine and I really want to thank Bill Dunster from Autobahn Collision, and John Forbes, his son Cody, and Chris from Black Forest Racing for putting in a lot of long nights to get Huey done. This past week alone, we left the shop at 11pm, 1am and 11pm on consecutive days. We re really tired. I hope to see you at an event soon!! July 2008 Page 6

7 Hickory Area Report Delmar Kiser, Area Director Summer certainly has heated up and club activities are hot as well. June was a very busy month with our big summer kick-off. We had our first autocross event on June 7, capped off with a region-wide picnic. Porsche of Hickory really got the season started with a bang by giving us their lot to set up a unique and challenging autocross. Thirty six drivers took time on the course in the 100 degree heat. [See the autocross/picnic report on pages 1 and 22 for class winners and times.] It proved to be a tough course with tight slalom runs and two elevation changes, but as usual our members took it on with enthusiasm and lots of speed. Men's FTD went to Mathew Pavelchak and Cari Steinbrueck set Fastest Ladies Time. After the autocross we traveled to a local park for the region wide picnic provided by Porsche of Hickory and Hickory Auto Group. We had a great time dining on ribs, chicken and homemade ice cream. Included in the festivities was a softball tournament with our Carolinas Region team taking the championship trophy. The trip home that night included lots of smiling faces and sore muscles. The June meeting was held on the 10th with a short drive to Morganton, NC for a dinner meeting at Judges Restaurant. Scott Roberts from Crown Point Resorts invited us to come up for a nice drive to the clouds and lunch on the mountain top on July 26. This will be a preliminary event to a concours show to be held in the same location in October. Hope everyone is up and ready for Parade 08 right here in our region, just a good time with 2,000 of our closest friends. The July meeting will be July 8 at 6:30 PM at Porsche of Hickory. We will be recapping parade and planning future meetings and events. Come on out and bring your ideas. Until then keep the greasy side down. Delmar Metrolina Area Report Mike Masterson, Area Director I would like to take this opportunity to pass on big congratulations to Harvey Yancey for his huge efforts in planning and organizing one of the largest Parade events in PCA history! Harvey and his team toiled relentlessly for the past 2+ years to present a great and successful event that will be remembered for a long time to come. I would also like to pass along big kudos to all the people who volunteered their time and efforts to making Parade Charlotte the success it was. Without them, this event would not have been possible. I would like to thank all those sponsors, large and small, for stepping up and giving their time and contributions to this year s Parade. Lastly, I would like to thank all those members who took the time to come from all over the U.S. and Canada to enjoy this gala celebration of all things Porsche. It is they who make this, the largest marque automobile club on the planet, the great organization that it is. Our next meeting will be Thursday, July 18 at 7:00 PM at Waldhorn Restaurant in Pineville, NC. I m sure there will be plenty of post-parade discussion going on! Remember to drive em like you stole em and always keep the shiny side up! Mike. July 2008 Page 7

8 Mountain Area Report Doug McKee, Area Director A nice turnout for a very hot 92 degree day in the mountains. Lots of discussion around the upcoming Porsche Parade in Charlotte; who is going, what time people are going, where people are parking, volunteering, etc. There is a group leaving for Parade on Sunday morning (June 29 th ) at 7 AM. Please connect with Doug if you're interested in coming along. Planning for Porschefest 2009 is underway. This 3-day event will be held over Memorial Day weekend (2009) in Asheville hosted by the Mountain Area. We're currently working on reserving hotel rooms, booking The Biltmore for a car show, a tour of the grounds and a meal, locating a place to host an Autocross and a whole lot more. On July 5 th, Deal with be hosting a complementary lunch for the Mountain Area members. After the lunch we will take a drive from Deal to Doug McKee's lake house. This drive is about 45 minutes on a very nice road (lots of curves). Bring your swimming attire, sunscreen and a snack to share. Children are welcome. On August 2 nd, we will be meeting at Deal and driving to Doug McKee's lake house for a potluck luncheon. Pack your potluck well, as mentioned above, the drive to the lake house, if driven properly, will make whipped cream out of cream. On August 9 th, our club as been invited to a complementary barbeque lunch with music at The Mast Farm Inn hosted by Club Ferdinand and Crown Point. The Mast Farm Inn is located just outside Boone, NC. We need to have a headcount for this event as food will be provided. Please Dale McCourt at if you plan to attend. We should plan to meet at Deal and drive-up together. If anyone is interested in staying over at The Mast Farm Inn, please call ahead for reservations ( ). Thanks to Ken Stabler and Scott Roberts for hosting this event. It sounds like a very nice day with friends, cars, food and music. Life Is Good. Back on the throttle. Doug McKee July 2008 Page 8

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10 Sun Fun Area Report Rock Webb, Area Director A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL AT OUR LAST MEET- ING AT WILLIES FOX FIRE GRILL. Our next meeting will be July 15 th at the CRAB SHACK, 711 East Main St, Lexington. We are trying new places. Join the hunt for the ideal location. Everyone, put AUGUST 2-3 ON YOUR CALENDAR FOR A MOUNTAIN DRIVE TO CLUB FERDINAND. Leaving Columbia Saturday at 8:30 am, returning Sunday afternoon, overnight in Banner Elk, NC. RSVP QUICKLY SO WE CAN PLAN THE TRIP. For our August meeting we are meeting at Doc s Grrrage and driving to Shealy s in Batesburg for good old southern BBQ. Don t miss this one! Anyone for Sur Elles German Restaurant in September? TRIAD AREA MONTHLY REPORT Jerry Kilcrease, Area Director JUNE 17: The Triad Area meeting held at Big Shotz Tavern in Clemmons was well attended with 46 members and guests. We were glad to welcome first timers Mr & Mrs Reaves Logan, Blake Fraser, Scott Walker, Clint Spivey, Randy Marienville and Thomas Reaves. It was a busy evening as we had several special guests present upcoming events: John Hauser, a member of Corsa Rossa, invited members to their meeting on July 8 at the Winston Salem Eatery to hear Erhard Kostler s presentation on the Austrian Steyr Puch Halfinger that was produced in conjunction with Dr. Porsche. Rudy and Carol Streng, Executive Directors of Winston-Salem Concours d Elegance at Graylyn, gave an overview of the September event. Martin Stuart and Ken Stabler, representing the upcoming Crown Point Cruise, invited members to drive up to Crown Point, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, for a picnic type get together along with other PCA regions on August 23 with a Fall Concours Charity Event to be held on October 13. ( Randi Weiss showed the group examples of the children s designed tee shirts that will be sold at Parade with proceeds going to Victory Junction Gang charity. Sadie Kilcrease set up with some new Goodie Store items for ladies only. Ron Reed provided a video display of photographs taken at recent events for everyone to enjoy. It was a good meeting, everyone had fun and after eating, most of us headed out to the parking lot and continued to visit. PAST EVENTS: The Triad Area did not have any events scheduled for the month of June but quite a few of our members did make it to the Autocross and Picnic in Hickory on Saturday, June 7. The Hickory area PCA hosted the event and Porsche of Hickory was the sponsor. While it was quite a hot day, there were a lot of people there. There were 35 cars in the autocross including Triad members John Rutledge, Becca Cook, Vincent Bray, Sadie and Jerry Kilcrease. Triad area members Dale and Jane Hewitt, Ron and Tanya Reed, Art and Randi July 2008 Page 10

11 Weiss, Vince and Blance Gallo and Wayne Overman drove up to watch the autocross and enjoy the picnic. The picnic was a fun event with good food, ice cream and some of us, in spite of the heat, joined in to play softball in a friendly competition with the good folks at Porsche of Hickory EVENTS AGENDA-TRIAD AREA: August 2 - Annual Swap Meet Sponsored by Speedwerks in Thomasville, NC - Wayne Overman, Chairman. Contact Wayne at September 13 BookMarks sponsored Shine and Show at Bethabara Park in Winston Salem. Contact Vic Harllee, Chairman, at October 11th - Annual Oktoberfest Sponsored by Foreign Cars Europa, Greenboro. December 2nd - Triad Area Christmas Party hosted by Foreign Cars Europa NEXT MEETING: TUESDAY, JULY 15, BIG SHOTZ TAVERN IN CLEMMONS: Come join us for the July monthly meeting starting at 7:00pm. Directions: heading West on I-40; take Hwy #421 exit; then take the Lewisville-Clemmons Road exit; at the top of the ramp take a left and cross back over Hwy 421; at second light take a right onto Styers Ferry Road; Big Shotz Tavern in on the right just behind Rite Aid Drug Store. Photos by Patrick McGinnis and Ron Reed. July 2008 Page 11

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13 Triangle Area Report by Martin Salas Scott Roberts from Club Ferdinand attended this meeting to personally extend an invitation to our group to come to one of their upcoming PCA Chapter Events at Crown Pointe. Club Ferdinand is holding monthly fun events during the summer and is inviting the PCA areas within a 2-hour drive to Crown Pointe. The plan is to have a BBQ lunch with some fun games and a raffle. Then on October 18, they will hold a charity event inviting all the areas. After discussing the dates with the group, it was determined that July 26 will work best for the Triangle Area. The next item discussed was the volunteer work done by some of the club members during the American Diabetes Association 'Tour de Cure' this past June 7. I would like to thank the following people who made an effort to get up very early in the morning to help. Registration/Check-In: Jeff Schiff, Dustin Tarditi, and Ed Beroset Breakfast Station: Linda and Peter Sotriffer, Torre Edwards, and Ian Edgerly On-route at a turn for the Family Run: Bill Hindman Finish-Line rest stop: Randy Hayward As I was helping with traffic, I got to see the different groups depart but a few minutes later I saw the advanced group driving back to the starting line. Apparently, the experienced group had no need for help on directions so there was no one to tell them their route. They just drove around the lake at Regency Park! It was funny to see the faces of all those 'experienced' drivers as they were arriving back to the starting line. :-) We also discussed the upcoming August Tail of the Dragon event. Everyone is ready and has booked the hotels which by now are sold out. If other members wish to participate, they can still find hotels at other locations. If interested, send me an . The last item on the agenda was the results of the May 28 poll to determine if moving the meeting place and time would increase participation. Unfortunately, response was poor. Out of the 150 members, only 14 responded and 8 of the responses were from members who frequently attend the meetings. The net result is that a location around the Briar Creek area may be a better location but no change on day and time of day. The search for a new location will start and hopefully will be identified for our August meeting. An additional item: Jeff Schiff proposed to have a 'Chip' event at his home to try some of the different touch-up kits available to repair paint chips. We will work on the best date to have this event. Saturday mornings at Bean and Bagel in Apex, NC is also becoming a popular gathering event. Last Saturday there were a few Porsches and around a dozen people. This is an informal event organized by Bob Kim for people on the western side of the area. Nothing formal, only to have breakfast and chat about Porsches and auto sports. Everyone is welcome to come (7:30AM to around 10AM). Triangle Area Upcoming Events: June 28-1-Day drive to Porsche Parade 2008 for the Concourse. July 26 - Club Ferdinand at Crown Pointe. August 15, 16, 17 - Tail of the Dragon Run III July 2008 Page 13

14 RACING AND RAMBLING Rock Webb, Sun Fun Area Director Well not much racing and rambling last month for me. Most of the PCA races were too far away. There were lots of good events to watch on SPEED though, with F1, Indy car, LeMans and OLD NASCAR. I enjoy it all, especially the F1. With Hamilton taking out himself and Kimi at Montreal, the order has really changed. It should be interesting! It looks like most of the Carolina racers will be at VIR in August for the PCA race. Come up if you can. It s a great track to drive or spectate. Rock Upstate Area Report Jim Horner, Area Director Greetings from The Upstate! We had another great meeting this week, with 44 people in attendance at The Italian Market and Grill. The main part of the meeting featured a slide show prepared from highlights of the 700+ shots taken by our group on a photo scavenger hunt that was part of the PCUALALSOESD (Porsche Club Upstate Area Last Annual Late Spring Or Early Summer Drive). There was lots of creativity on display, and evidence of serious multi-tasking from some who didn t slow down A BIT to get their great shots on the fly. In this competitive group, you can t have an event without prizes, and this was no exception. The winners were: Mark Mulkey and Gail Galloway the only participants who got every shot on the list Gene Kendrick and his lovely daughter, Katie for most unusual Alex Galloway and Emily Bloxdorf for most creative Emil Klava and Margaret Klava who were the subject of a photo of the most people gathered for the longest time around a car The drive, coordinated by Andy Shoun, took us over 115 miles of scenic roads that wound through some of Upstate South Carolina and the North Carolina mountains most beautiful settings. The drive ended with a great BBQ picnic at the country home of Ken and Linda Padgett, where everyone from our 24 participating cars enjoyed a nice lunch and a gorgeous view of their green pastures and grazing horses. From the cool morning start from Protech, to the peak of Ceaser s Head enveloped in fog, to a sunny, breezy afternoon picnic, to the great company and beautiful cars, it was a perfect summer day! Scott Roberts joined us at the meeting to invite our group to attend a Porsche gathering at Crown Point in the Blue Ridge Mountains High Country Region near Boone, NC. Our region, along with the Hickory Chapter, is invited for a smaller event on July 26, and again on October 18 for their Leaf Change charity event to benefit Habitat for Humanity. Sounds like it could be fun, not that many of us NEED an excuse to head up to the beautiful mountain roads! We re in the final count-down to the region-wide party-of-the-summer at Gene and Paula Kendrick s home in Spartanburg on July 19. Their Hawaiian BBQ and Swim Party gets bigger and better every year, with an informal concours on the pool grounds and BBQ and DJ starting at 6:30 PM. It s a family-friendly event, so bring the kids and grandkids. And, as in years past, a GREAT time will be had by all. (For more information, see page 18.) To RSVP, by July 14. July 2008 Page 14

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19 You are invited to Carolinas Region PCA Hawaiian BBQ and Swim Party Saturday, July 19 th Swimming at 2:00 BBQ / DJ music at 6:30 Bring the kids! Wear your favorite Hawaiian shirt or hula skirt! BBQ with fixins, beer, wine, soft drinks provided Desserts are welcome! Porsche display parking on pool grounds for first 40+ cars Informal concours participation encouraged Paula and Gene Kendrick s home 162 Ivy Street Spartanburg, SC (directions on next page) * Call Paula for motel recommendations R.S.V.P. (864) Paula Kendrick Or By: Monday, July 14 th

20 Directions to Paula & Gene Kendrick s home: 162 Ivy Street Spartanburg, SC (864) From Greenville (I-85): Take Business I-85 toward Spartanburg. Turn right at Exit 5A (I-585) and go about 3 ½ miles. Turn left onto East St. John Street (at stoplight). Go 1 block. Turn left onto East Main Street (stoplight). Go about ½ mile. Turn right onto Ivy Street. After 2 blocks: gray house on right (162) with ½ circular drive. From Columbia (I-26): Take US 29N (Exit 21B) toward Spartanburg for 3 ½ miles. Turn left (stoplight) onto West St. John Street and go about 1 ½ miles Turn left (stoplight) onto East Main St. Go about ½ mile. Turn right onto Ivy Street. After 2 blocks: gray house on right (162) with ½ circular drive. From Charlotte (I-85 south): Take Business 85 / Freeway Loop exit (Exit 77) toward Spartanburg Later, take 585 / 176 Pine Street exit (Exit 5A). Go about 3 ½ miles. Turn left onto East St. John Street (at stoplight). Go 1 block. Turn left onto East Main Street (at stoplight). Go about ½ mile. Turn right onto Ivy Street. After 2 blocks: gray house on right (162) with ½ circular drive From Asheville (traveling I-26): Take I-85N. Business Loop (Exit 19B) toward Spartanburg Merge onto I-85 Business Loop North Take I-585 / US-176 Pine St. exit (Exit 5A). Go about 3 ½ miles. Turn left onto East St. John Street (at stoplight). Go 1 block. Turn left onto East Main Street (at stoplight). Go ½ mile. Turn right onto Ivy Street After 2 blocks: gray house on right (162) with ½ circular drive July 2008 Page 20

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22 PORSCHE OF HICKORY AUTOCROSS RESULTS 7-Jun-08 CLASS DRIVER TIME 1 Will balance Class Winner 1 Phil Evans Jerry Kilcrease Class Winner 2 John Rutledge Sadie Kilcrease Steven Zakely Class Winner 3 Brian Powell Vincent Bray Becca Cook Ben Powell Kim Stern Matthew Pavelchak Class Winner and Men's FTD 4 Randy Christ Daniel Klamforth Andy Gore Andrew Nguyan Ken Klamfoph Joe Miller John Meek Class Winner 5 Don Morris Gary Dickson Bill Jay Ken Clayton Class Winner 6 Daniel Klamfodh Dave Marks Brundle Michael Huber Bill Petrozelli Skip Ranson Cindi Clayton James Stanislaw Class Winner 7 Bob Vernelle Chad Lapscomd Jerry Warner Sean Steinbrueck Cari Steinbrueck Lady's FTD Photos by Patrick McGinnis July 2008 Page 22

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24 Porsches and Other Stuff For Sale Notice: Caveat Emptor. Neither the Carolinas Region-PCA nor the Editors (Carolinas Region) endorse, guarantee or have, in any way, screened, verified or attest to the veracity of the following ads. The Carolinas Region makes no warranties, express or implied, with regard to any advertised goods or services. Buyers should practice due diligence T Targa: Vintage 911. Ice blue exterior/black interior. Frame-up restoration by a professional shop. Original except for paint color. Recent maintenance. 140,000 miles. In beautiful condition. Owner for 14 years, have all repair & maintenance records. $28,500. Located in Lenoir, NC. Contact for more info and photos, or call (07/08) T Targa: Red with black interior. 2.2 engine, Mahle magnesium wheels, updated seats (also have the original seats), newly redone Targa top. Car needs paint job and carpet but otherwise in great shape. Have all service records since 03. Great running car, fun to drive. $10,200. Contact Mike Robinson, Union Mills, NC at (05/08) S Targa: VIN# Black/Black, major restoration inside and out, complete motor rebuild 2,800 miles ago, bare metal restoration of exterior, very clean and straight example of stock 911S. $40,000. Contact Tim Schubmehl in Charlotte, NC at or (05/08) S - Yellow with tan interior, Coupe. Car is in perfect shape with no rust, duck tail spoiler and Carrera script on sides, less than 500 miles on a fresh John Forbes Black Forest Racing engine, great exhaust, new tires, new carpets, car is extremely fast and handles well, does have a dash crack, A/C is available but not currently installed, 78,000 miles, asking $17,500 obo, contact Max Williams, , (05/08) Sebring Edition: Guards red with black interior/red plaid seat/door inserts; 33,700 original miles; garage kept; original owner; 5 speed; factory 5 bolt alloy wheels/sports steering wheel, 4 wheel disc brakes; fog lights; A/C; sunroof; PCA concours winner. $9,900/OBO. Contact Bob Barton, Lenoir, NC at (05/08) SC Targa: Red/Tan leather 37,000 on rebuilt motor (Receipts included), 136,223 total. PW, Foglights, MOMO Steering wheel and gear shift, Bilstein Shocks, 16" Wheels, original window sticker. Great running everyday driver. I have many pictures. Priced for a quick sale at $9,900. Located in Huntersville, NC Contact David at or (07/08) SC: Just under 69,000 original miles. Chiffon white with brown leather interior. Body and interior are in excellent condition. Front and rear spoilers, sunroof, ac, power windows and antenna, great stereo system and alarm by Ultrasmith w/10 disc cd player in trunk, cover and bra. Additional options include sport shocks and automatic speed control. Chain tensioner update. All service records and original window sticker. Always garaged, no snow or rain, nonsmoker. Perfect for concourse, autocross or use as daily driver. $18,900. Contact Stu Bantit at or (06/08) : Completely gone through. Rod bearings, rod bolts, clutch, pressure plate, release, needle bearings, steering rack, bushings, adj Konis, ect. All by Eurowerks in Matthews NC. Interior 9 of 10. Exterior some fad on fenders, no dents. Drive this car anywhere. $ (05/08) Track Car: If you have always wanted to get in to track driving but didn t want to punish your daily driver, this is the deal for you. Complete DE car with trailer. Modified and serviced by Zuffenhaus Racing & Fabrication, Charlotte, NC. White Sunroof Coupe, 5 spd. 915 trans., 3.2 L eng., H&K stainless muffler, SSI heat exchanger, front strut brace, RS front and rear bumpers, Carrera tail, headlight covers, Weltmeister adjustable swaybars, Fox coilover adjustable shocks (custom welded RSR rear cross member reinforcement for coilovers), turbo tie rod upgrade, front mounted oil cooler professionally installed with duct in chassis, SS brake lines, upper monoballs front and rear, ERP 935 Suspension, (front A-arms and rear spring plates), custom welded four-point roll cage, Schroth 6 point harness set, Sparco EVO L seats, Momo steering wheel, RS door panels and pulls, lightweight carpet and trim, 16 Fuchs (2 sets), Rennline aluminum track mat and floorboard, corner balanced, shop manual, cover. Also comes with Featherlite Aluminum trailer with spare tire. There is NO easier way to enter the sport of high performance driving. $25,000. Contact Bob Greenage, Charlotte, NC at or (06/08) July 2008 Page 24

25 Turbo: Black/Black with 29,500 original miles. This is a documented 2 owner car with all books, records, and even the original window sticker. It is 100% stock with the exception of a Weltmeister strut brace up front. Car is in near perfect condition and is ready to drive or show. If you are looking for an unmolested Turbo this is it! $40,000 obo. Contact David Komito at or (06/08) Turbo Slant Nose Cabriolet: Triple black, this is a one of a kind car, Andial performed the turbo conversion, w/steel slant nose, RUF chrome wheels, coil over suspension on all four corners, Recaro seats, A/C, whale tail spoiler, car is in great conditon, no rust, AZ & CA car until brought to NC 3 years ago, always garaged, 82,000 original miles, never smoked in and never on track, car is tight, fast and still catches the looks and thumbs up, $35,500 obo. Contact Max Williams at or (05/08) Sunroof Coupe: VIN # WPOAB0911HS Ext Venetian Blue (rare) with Linen interior. 109,400 miles. Excellent condition inside and out, minor stone chips on lower front. All records (most) including dealer stamps in manual. Never tracked, has turbo tie rod upgrade and turbo S steering wheel upgrade, $1K stereo, no other mods, all else stock. Tires 6K, factory wheels, professionally maintained. Front factory spoiler, no tail. PPI done within 6k miles. $21,500, call Bill Jay at , or at (05/08) 1988 Porsche 911 Carrera Collectable Signature Series: No track time. Diamond Blue (Silver), matching wheel color with matching leather interior and sunroof. One of the last real 911s and only 300 cars of this model were made with 120 shipped to the US. I'm the third owner and have all of the service records since At 137,800 miles she smokes a little but the engine is still very strong. Nada book prices list this car anywhere from $17,400 to $26,000 plus. I'm only asking $9,950. Come on guys, I really want a Porsche aficionado to end up with this car so I don't have to give it to a dealer. Doesn't anyone out there want to deal? She's worth a lot more than I'm asking. Call me now! Pete Holland, 212 S. Pickens Street, Columbia, SC Home Phone (803) Cell Phone (803) (07/08) Cabriolet: Color is L35X Turquise Metallic, lite color interior, Blk top. Approx 55,000 miles. Tiptronic, 17" turbo twist wheels w/ good tires. Excellent Condition. All regular service and had pre purchase inspection done by Protech in June of $ 23,000 or trade for late model 4x4 truck. Contact Jeff Gould Greenville, SC at Mobile or E Mail (06/08) 2001 Boxster S: VIN WP0CB29811U660344, black on black, only 29,000 miles, 6-speed manual, always garaged, nonsmoker. Car has always been owned in North Carolina. Clean Carfax report with no accidents. Pirelli P Zero 18" tires are nearly new. Truly exceptional car, virtually flawless inside and out with no dings, nearly perfect in every respect. Rare opportunity to buy a very clean Boxster S with low mileage at this price. $24,950. Reason for selling -- just purchased a 911. Contact Chris, Charlotte, NC at or (05/08) Boxster S: Arctic silver/black, 31,000 miles, garaged, never in ice/snow. Meticulous care and maintenance. Complete history and records back to window sticker. This is a great car! $26,750. Contact George Madgwick, Brevard, NC at 828/ or (05/08) 2003 Porsche 996 Convertible: Seal Grey, 44k Miles, Black Top, Black Full Supple Leather, Heated Seats, Porsche Crest in Seats, 18 Sports Classics, Seal Grey Rear Center Console, RemoteTop, Bose Audio. Terrific car, always serviced by dealer; incredibly clean, never damaged and always garaged. Porsche Certified Pre-Owned Warranty until summer $43,500. Contact Wouter van Kempen, Charlotte, NC at or me at (07/08) Turbo Cab: Triple black with x51 performance package. Single owner, garaged/excellent condition, just turned 30k miles and had service done. msrp $151k. Options include x51 turbo power kit package, nav system, clear 3m bra, remote 6 disk CD changer, sport seats with full leather int, stainless steel exhaust pipes, carbon door sill mdl insignia, brake/shifter carbon/aluminum, aluminum instrument dials, Porsche crest in headrest, wheel caps with colored crest. Reason for selling, ordering turbo cab. This is an awesome car. $85,500. Contact Scott Schmalfeldt, Winston-Salem, NC at or (07/08) 2004 Cayenne Turbo: Black/Black. Single owner, garaged/ super excellent condition. Only 19k miles. msrp $102.4k. Options include: 20 cayenne sport techno wheels, electronic comfort pkg, 4-zone A/C, pre heater w/timer, tire pressure monitoring system, 6 disc CD changer, fire extinguisher, dark burr wood package, Porsche keyless entry and drive, rollup sunscreen-1/4 windows, roof carrying system, moon roof, wheel hub colored crest, 18 collapsible spare tire, trailer hitch w/o hitch ball (vehicle has never towed anything) compass display, dark burr wood multi-function steering wheel, black full smooth leather, all power seats, nav system, heated seats front/rear, parking sensors. Reason for selling, ordering turbo cab. Awesome vehicle in showroom condition. $49,900. Contact Scott Schmalfeldt, Winston-Salem, NC at or (07/08) July 2008 Page 25

26 2005 Porsche 911 ( Body ) Carrera coupe: Seal Gray exterior, Stone Gray leather interior. Clear 3M bra. Approx. 10,500 miles. Six speed manual. 19inch Porsche Sport -Design rims. Colored center caps. BOSE stereo. Xenon headlights. Crests in the headrests. Retractable sunroof. Retractable rear spoiler. Carpet & All-Weather mats. Two Master Keys. Original laminated window sticker. Original manuals & books. This vehicle is EXTRA CLEAN, inside and out, garage kept, has a clean CAR-FAX, hasn't been involved in any accidents,and comes from a smoke-free home. Vehicle still has remainder of Porsche Factory warranty. Asking $61,000. Contact Shayne Malcolm, Charlotte, NC area at or (07/08) 2005 Turbo S Coupe: WPOAB29915S Lapis Blue w/grey leather, 6 spd, PCCB, Chrono, Power seats, Nav, optional wheels, Sound Package, Clear bra, 11,800 miles. $103,500. Contact John Thompson, West Columbia, SC at or to (05/08) 2008 RS 60 Spyder: Silver / red leather. This actual car was in the heritage display at Porsche Parade. Bose, wind stop, chrono, $30,000 dollars in options. Must sell to first reasonable offer. Contact Doug McKee, Asheville, NC at (07/08) Parts Parts Cars Projects Parts for early 911 and assorted tires: $200 dollars for $375 worth of stuff. Also have several tires for sale: one rear Pirrelli for 997 and two Goodrich tires for RSR street 15 by 9. Contact Doug McKee, Asheville, NC at (07/08) Brey-Krause R2020 Fire Extinguisher Mount, fits 986/996 with power seats. $50. Contact Cliff or Nan Beatty, Sanford, NC at or (06/08) 911 Parts for 87-89: Original, rear, center reflector with embedded PORSCHE lettering. Removed from concours vehicle due to a single small 1/2 long stress crack at bottom center of panel. Priced at $20 plus shipping. Contact: Milton Milner, Hendersonville, NC at or call (06/08) Panorama Collection: Complete collection of Panorama from 1975 to present. I am downsizing and would like to find a good home for these great magazines. Too heavy to ship. Contact Joe Elliott, Charlotte, NC at (05/08) Four 17" Porsche Turbo Twist wheels mounted with Bridgestone Potenza tires: Wheels and tires in excellent condition includes "black Porsche caps." Tires have less than 5k miles. Wheels are from my 1999 Porsche 996. $900. Contact Billy Futch, Elon, NC at (cell) or (home). (07/08) Race engine 3.4: Twin plug by Peter Dawes Motorsports. Five hours on engine. PMOs and Ignition included. Drop in and run 310 whp. National podium motor. This motor will put you upfront or you need a driving coach. Serious Only $28k. (05/08) 911 Power Windows: I have left and right power window regulators and motors taken from a SC Targa. I was told they will fit 1969 to Targas and Cabs and will probably fit all 911s thru The regulators are in excellent condition and the motors work fine. (I removed them to return my 911 to "factory" condition which had cranks.) I am asking $200 for the set, buyer pays for shipping from Hendersonville, NC. Call Ed Zunich Non-Porsche 1998 Toyota 4Runner: 4WD; 5 speed manual transmission. 157k miles (mostly highway). Alpine CD player, AC, roof rack, pet barrier. Well-maintained. Great vehicle for your outdoor adventures! $5,000. Contact Catherine Bonfiglio, Matthews NC at or to (06/08) Trade Mountain Lot in Chimney Rock / Lake Lure, NC area for Porsche: Wooded mountain lot with view of Lake Lure and adjoining golf course on paved street inside the city limits of Lake Lure, NC. Listed for sale at $85,000. Will accept Porsche of comparable value in even trade. Contact C.C. Canada at or (06/08) 2006 Suzuki Hayabusa LE: White, (Zero to 100 MPH 5.3 sec) $2,000 in added goodies, 10,000 miles. $8,900 OBO. Contact Ms. Tommi Lauer, High Point, NC at home or mobile or (06/08) July 2008 Page 26

27 2004 BMW K1200RS: Metallic Red (Zero to 100 MPH 8.3 sec) Lots of goodies, including bags. 32,000 miles. $9,800 OBO. Contact Ms. Tommi Lauer, High Point, NC at home or mobile or (06/08) Carolina Guest House : Drive terrific back roads through rolling countryside between Asheville, Hendersonville and Greenville then retire to your restful retreat at Bit of Heaven (LLC), a Carolina Guest House in the foothills near Tryon, NC. Bit of Heaven accommodates up to 6 adults comfortably (king suite, queen suite and a queen bedroom with adjoining bath). Available for a weekend or a week. or call Carol Vargo Newton Mention Tobacco Roads for special pricing. (06/08) Want to buy or sell a Porsche, or Porsche related parts or items? Free to PCA members, just send the particulars to the address below by the 20 th of the month and we ll do our best to get your ad in the next issue. Ads should include a good description, price, where you re located, and contact information such as your name, phone number, and/or address. Sale ads must be for personally owned vehicles or parts. Commercial classified space is available if desired. Please let us know when sold or if you d like to have the ad removed for whatever reason; otherwise, ads will be removed after three months unless an extension is requested. Jane and Dale Hewitt 138 Air Harbor Rd Greensboro, NC July 2008 Page 27

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