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FEATU R E S 10 Mullin Automotive Experience By Mike Sagraves 15 Pre-Concours Detail Clinic By Tara Konrath 16 44th Concours d'Elegance By Robert and Lisa Watt 20 High Sierras Grand Tour By Doreen Pankow COVER

Concours d'Elegance Photo by Robert Watt

Photos this page: #10 by Randall Fishwick #16 by Dennis Power #20 by Rem Laan #24 by Dennis Power

24 Porsches & Planes By Ron Mulick 28 Werks Reunion Monterey By Dennis Power

DEPARTMENTS 2 3 4 5 6 35 36 38 42 42 43 43 44 45

SBR Board and Appointees SBR Events Calendar and Breakfast Maps President’s Column From the Editor’s Desk Cars & Coffee Man & Woman of the Year Ballot Membership Report SBR Webstore and Name Badge Down the Road PCA Regional AX, DE, and TT PCA Zone 8 Officers Advertiser Directory Classified Ads Parting Shot

FUTURE EVENTS 5 32 33 33 34 34

Rusnak/Westlake Porsche Open House Annual Holiday Brunch Wine Country Drive to Alisal River Grill PMS Tour: Island Packers Wildlife Cruise Magical Mystery Tour Coastal Mountain Drive to BJ's Brewhouse

Past President REM LAAN remmert.laan@ (317) 294-4884

President ROD HERSBERGER (805) 698-1659 Vice President STEVE DOLL (805) 701-5511

Treasurer HOWARD RUBENSTEIN (818) 340-3366


Secretary TOM SUTPHEN (805) 680-4930

Dealer Relations DAVID STONE

Editor DENNIS POWER (949) 468-8608


Membership SUE KINSLING (805) 386-8112 Goodie Store JOHN BARRISON (820) 203-8070 cell Text message preferred Activities Co-chair LIONEL NEFF (805) 890-0588

Activities Co-chair ART SHINN (505) 348-7813


Board Appointees


Public Relations DICK LANGE Safety JOE NIEDERST Social Media SAL REYES Webmaster RANDY FISHWICK

On The Web Website Facebook Flickr Der Auspuff Online Instagram

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Yearly Advertising Rates (6 issues) Full Page (8.5 x 11 inches) $935 Half Page (8.5 x 5.5 inches) $467 Quarter Page (3.5 x 4.75 inches) $313 Business Card (3.5 x 2 inches) $165 Deadline for submission of ad copy is the first of the month preceding the month of publication. Graphic assistance is available at no charge. Please support our advertisers: We welcome commercial ads in Der Auspuff. They help support our club, and we encourage you to make your first call to those who help us enjoy our great hobby. Let them know you saw their ad in Der Auspuff. We also encourage you to promote your own business by becoming an advertiser yourself. For information, please contact: Bob Clarke, (805) 200-6596 or Der Auspuff, which translates as “the exhaust,” is the official publication of the Santa Barbara Region, Porsche Club of America. Chartered regions of PCA are granted permission to reprint any material herein provided full credit is given to the author and Der Auspuff (with the exception of copyrighted material). Any statement appearing in Der Auspuff is that of the author, and does not constitute an opinion of the Porsche Club of America, the Santa Barbara Region, its Board or Appointees, the Der Auspuff Editor, or its staff. The Editor reserves the right to edit all material submitted for publication. Deadline for submittal of material to be considered for Der Auspuff is the first of the month preceding the month of publication.

Upcoming Events C AR S & CO FFE E Location maps below. Camarillo Saturdays, November 5 (no December 3) and January 7, 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. Camarillo Outlets Mall at the parking lot in front of Loru’s Cafe. Santa Barbara Saturdays, November 12, December 10, and January 14, 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. Leadbetter Beach parking lot near Shoreline Beach Cafe CLUB DR IVES AN D SO CIAL E VE NTS Drive to Alisal River Grill—November 19 Special Open House at Rusnak Porsche—December 3 Annual Holiday Brunch—December 11 Magical Mystery Tour—January 11 Coastal Mountain Drive to BJ’s—February 18 Santa Barbara Maritime Museum Tour—March 18 Wine Tasting Tour in Paso Robles—April 11-13

Cars & Coffee Locations

Camarillo Parking at Camarillo Outlets near Loru’s Cafe

Loru’s Cafe 630 Ventura Blvd.

Photo by Dennis Power

Santa Barbara Parking at Leadbetter Beach near Shoreline Beach Cafe

Shoreline Beach Cafe 801 Shoreline Dr.

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THE PRESIDENT’S COLUMN ROD HERSBERGER Reading Matt Stone's review of his visit to the Porsche Museum last month brought back memories

of our visit to Zuffenhausen in 2018. This was Porsche’s 70th anniversary year, as well as my own. We started the day with an easy, straightforward train ride from the Stuttgart Bahnhoff to a stop right at the Porsche Center. Before visiting the Museum, we took our pre-arranged tour of the factory. After the cars are painted and so forth, they go to the assembly line where everything is installed and fitted. Every part is pre-mated to an exact car and delivered to the line by robots: no rummaging around a parts bin for the odd bit! After the assembly line, we saw where the engines are assembled and where the interiors are made. All the beautiful leathers made me want to spec some new furniture. I asked our tour leader if the average employee could afford a Porsche and he said "yes." I don’t need to rehash Matt’s coverage of the Museum. As fellow Porsche owners, I hope you have a chance to visit. Not surprisingly, there is another museum in Stuttgart that glorifies The Silver Star. Much like the Guggenheim in

New York, the Mercedes Museum is circular, starting at the top. Beginning with a replica of Karl Benz’s first car, you follow the development of not only the brand but broader German engineering and design through the years. On a visit to Italy the following year, we made the pilgrimage to Modena. There are two museums here. The one in Maranello near the factory has more of a focus on Ferrari race cars. The Museo Enzo is at the site of the original Scuderia and features road cars. One last stop for cars on this trip took us to the Alfa Romeo Museum outside Milan. This one is not easy to get to, but worth the effort. It is very modern, almost futuristic, in its approach to presenting the Alfa history. As you likely know, Signore Ferrari ran the Alfa racing program for many years prior to launching his own brand. As another year winds down, I thank you for supporting the club and its leadership. In addition to this beautiful magazine, we try to bring you a variety of events that offer plenty of opportunity for participation.

Board of Directors Meetings SBR’s Board of Directors meets on the second Wednesday of every odd-numbered month beginning at 6:30 p.m. At this time, the meetings are held online via Zoom. Member attendance and participation are encouraged. Contact SBR president Rod Hersberger ( to receive the Zoom link for each meeting. Board meeting minutes are posted on the SBR website:

Note Regarding Elections As all Board members are finishing up their first year of two-year terms, there will be no election needed this year. The next nomination process will start mid 2023.


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FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK DENNIS POWER I’d like to call your attention to the various ways

members, as well as the public, can get a glimpse of what the Santa Barbara Region does, the activities we have, the people who take part, and the cars. You really should visit these web sites, especially if there is an event you didn’t attend, but wished you did. And, these portals are wonderful ways to introduce a potential member to what SBR is all about, all from the convenience of a computer screen. Perhaps the most important source is our website, accessible via This is managed by Randy Fishwick. You’ll find almost everything here, including links to our online presence elsewhere and an electronic copy of current and past editions of this magazine. It’s truly amazing. There is a list of club events with links for flyers and related information, access to the Goodie Store, articles, notes on organizations receiving charitable contributions, links to sponsors, board minutes, and bylaws. There is the latest President’s Column, a calendar of upcoming events, and membership information, such as how to join and the cost, how to get a name tag, and how to contact board members. It’s easy to navigate and Randy keeps everything up to date.

For visual treats, turn directly to Flickr ( com/photos/pcasbr), Instagram ( pcasantabarbara), and Facebook ( pcasbr). These sites are beautifully managed by Sal Reyes. We have some excellent photographers in our club and they are active at our cars & coffees, tours and drives, and social events. The club has been extremely active this fall and will continue to be through the end of the year. In September, we held a detail clinic and three-day drive in the High Sierras, three events in October, and one coming each in November and December, along with cars & coffees each month. The Concours de’Elegance, especially, resulted in an abundance of visual images. Our web page and social media sites are where to go to enjoy these visual treats. I encourage you to check them out often. And don’t forget to give a pat on the back to Randy, Sal, and our photographers for the great work they do. One final note is to call your attention to the ballot on page 35. Each year, members vote to select their choices for Man and Woman of the Year. We'll announce the winners at the Annual Holiday Brunch on December 11.

The New Rusnak/Westlake Porsche

Special Open House for PCA/SBR Saturday, December 3, 2022 2022 from 8 to 10 a.m.


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To help celebrate their newly remodeled showroom and service center, Rusnak/Westlake Porsche invites members of PCA/SBR to an exclusive continental breakfast and tour of the facility. The limit is 90 participants and reservations are required. Register at 3839 Automall Drive, Thousand Oaks.

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C A R S & COFFEE — C AMARIL LO September 3, 2022 — 74 members and 54

October 1, 2022 — 63 members, and 44 Porsches

Photos on both pages by Neil Ebuen, Randall Fishwick, Steve Geldman, Bill Hallier, Gary Krueger, Dennis Power, and Robert Watt 6

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C A R S & COFFEE — SANTA BARBAR A September 10, 2022 — 29 members and 17 Porsches

October 8, 2022 — 26 members and 18 Porsches

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The Mullin Automotive experience By Mike Sagraves

Peter W. Mullin has had a lifelong romance with automobiles. His automotive museum evokes the pre-war salons of the Grand Palais in Paris, showcasing the finest and most renowned vehicles from the most esteemed French designers, engineers, and coachbuilders.


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aturday August 20, 43 club members attended our Mullin Automotive Museum event. We started the day at the Aloha Steakhouse in Ventura where we enjoyed a delicious buffet breakfast, a great cup of freshly brewed coffee, and visiting with other club members. A special guest joining us was PCA Zone 8 Representative Lori DeCristo who spoke to the group and shared some information about our zone's geography and upcoming zone events. After that, it was time to eat! Following breakfast, members loaded into their Porsches and headed to the Mullin Automotive Museum, only about a 20-minute drive from the restaurant. Our reserved session at the Mullin was from 10:00 a.m. till noon. It was very evident everyone was excitedly awaiting their opportunity to enter this gem of an automotive collection right in our backyard: Oxnard, California. The Mullin Automotive Museum exclusively features French-made vehicles from the 1920s, 1930s, up to the 1960s. Featured brands are Bugatti, Delahaye, Citroen, Talbot-Lago, Renault, and Peugeot, among others. Many of our members started their tour in the Mullin Theater by watching a movie that told the history of both the automobiles and their creators. Clearly, Bugatti is the star of the show. Patriarch Carlo Bugatti was a decorator, designer, and art nouveau furniture manufacturer. His eldest son, Ettore, founded Automobiles E. Bugatti. Opposite: 1939 Bugatti. Photo by Steve Geldman. Top left: Exhibit overview, Bugattis. Photo by Steve Geldman. Top right: Wood frame and 1936 Bugatti. Photo by Bill Hallier. Upper right: 1935 Bugatti Atalante and 1931 Bugatti type 50S. Photo by Randall Fishwick. Middle right. 1934 Voisin Grand Sport. Photo by Bill Hallier. Lower right: 1938 Delahaye roadster. Photo by Bill Hallier.

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Many of the vehicles on display look as if they have just rolled off the assembly line, or in these cases the shops where they were handmade. The later restorations are nothing short of amazing. What is also amazing is you can get very close to these rare cars for an inspection; no barriers kept you at a distance. Motorsports fans could also view several Le Mans winning French race cars. If all the incredible cars weren't enough, there were many artifacts, works of art, and furnishings, dating back to the beginning of when these cars were manufactured. Even if you weren't a “car person” there was plenty to take in during our visit. In closing, I think everyone enjoyed the day and left the Mullin Museum with a greater knowledge and appreciation for these amazing French vehicles. I did overhear several members saying "I'd love to drive that one!" or "I'll take that one home with me!”. Better have a truckload of money!! Mike Sagraves joined PCA in 2019. He drives a 2017 911 Carrera in Guards Red.


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Top left: Row of antique race cars. Photo by Randall Fishwick. Top right: Schlumph Reserve Collection of unrestored cars. Photo by Randall Fishwick. Middle left: 1925 Bugatti Grand Prix car. Photo by Steve Geldman. Middle right: 1937 Delahaye race car. Photo by Steve Geldman. Bottom: 1938 Talbot Lago. Photo by Bill Hallier.

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By Tara Konrath

n overcast day greeted the participants for the detail clinic held last September 10. We were all watching for a chance of rain. Nineteen participants in 11 Porsches, including several first-time participants and some members from Los Angeles Region, gathered at the beautiful grounds of Lavaggio in Agoura Hills to learn about all things concours. We welcomed everyone back after a three-year hiatus and thanked Lavaggio for hosting us today and for 10 previous clinics. Dustin Troyan, Marketing Director, gave a brief overview of the outstanding services offered by Lavaggio. Amir Hami volunteered to have his 2010 911 997 Cabriolet used by Gabe Gutierrez for the demonstration on preserving paint. A rain shower moved the demonstration inside while Dustin explained the difference of the newer paints and different wax techniques, showcasing again how Lavaggio provides its special touch to the “Art of Auto Detailing,” as they like to say. As our appetite for detailing and prepping cars grew, we headed upstairs and discovered that a wonderful lunch was waiting for us, all provided by Lavaggio’s bistro. The afternoon session kicked off with a great interactive conversation about what to expect from a concours, including the new divisions and areas that can be judged on a car. I shared different tips and tricks that have been successful: the different brushes, Q-tips, and towels that you can never have enough of when prepping, including the various uses for chopsticks and the proper way to care for your microfiber towels. Our appreciation goes out to all the participants and the wonderful staff at Lavaggio for making this an educational and pleasurable occasion. We left looking forward to seeing all at the 44th Concours d’Elegance at Santa Barbara City College, which you can read all about in the following article. Tara Konrath is cochair of concours for SBR, is a qualified concours judge, and has been involved with these events for many years. She joined PCA in 2012 and drives a 1987 928 S4 in Arctic Silver.

Left: A few of the supplies that were used in the demonstrations. Photo by Randy Fishwick. Top: The morning gathering with Dustin Troyan addressing the group on Lavaggio's services. Photo by Steve Geldman. Middle: Expert detailer Gabe Gutierrez in action. Photo by Steve Geldman. Bottom: Tara Konrath shares insights in what concours judges will look for. Photo by Steve Geldman. November/December 2022


The Santa Barbara Region

44th Concours d'Elegance Story by Robert and Lisa Watt Photos by Gary Krueger

After three years of waiting, the Santa Barbara Region of the Porsche Club of America’s 44th Concours d’Elegance was held on Sunday, October 9.


he setting overlooked the Pacific Ocean on the beautiful West Lawn of Santa Barbara City College. Participants and spectators viewed more than 50 cars in pristine condition competing in the event or simply on display. After starting the morning with cool, overcast conditions, in the afternoon the sun finally came out to stay. Emcee Extraordinaire Jim Brown was master of ceremonies for the day, entertaining and keeping attendees


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updated on the schedule and thanking our sponsor, vendors, volunteers, and supporters, without whom we would not be able to put on the concours. Our event sponsor, Porsche Santa Barbara, brought out an eye-catching 2022 Porsche 911 Targa 4S Coupe and a like-new 2021 Porsche Taycan Turbo S Sedan for us all to admire. It was great to have Rene and Nicole Verbrugge and the crew from the dealership at the show.

We also had youth judging with PCA Juniors! Five young adults participated in judging three selected cars: a 1956 Porsche Speedster, a 1987 Porsche 928 S4, and a 2016 Porsche 911 GTS. PCA generously donated hats, T-shirts, lanyards, and awards for PCA Junior judging. The youths enjoyed learning more about concours judging and even presented first, second, and third place ribbons to the cars they helped evaluate. Tara Konrath’s 928 was the winner! This year, we had a number of vendors participating, including The Community Hot Rod Project, Boys & Girls Club of Santa Barbara, Wheel Concepts, Robert Watt–Village Properties, and Robert Watt Photography. Desmond Warren of DSR Audio graciously provided the sound system and music, and thanks go to John and Virginia Barrison for bringing out logo wear from the Goodie Store.

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In addition to browsing vendor displays, attendees had time to bid on items in a silent auction to raise money for local charities. Special thanks go to Porsche of Santa Barbara, Griot’s Garage, Lafond Winery, Santa Barbara Winery, Whole Foods, and Robert Watt Photography for their generous donations to the auction. Lighthouse Coffee contributed the morning java. We raised $770 for local charities. Thanks are due to all those who bid on items and made the silent auction fun and competitive. And, owing to our region’s ongoing fundraising efforts, we were able to present a check that day to The Unity Shoppe of Santa Barbara in the amount of $2,500. It was an outstanding day of competition and camaraderie. We heard from many that it was so great to see each other again in the company of such fine looking cars. We’ll see you next year for the 45th Concours d’Elegance! Robert Watt has been a member of PCA since 2009. He drives an award-winning, 2008 Cayman in Speed Yellow. 18

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Top left: CEO of Unity Shoppe Angela Miller Bevan and SBR President Rod Hersberger at the check presentation. Top right: Concours Chair Robert Watt with Concours Cochair Tara Konrath and Patrick Konrath. Left: Our Junior Judges. Photos this page by Dennis Power.

Concours Cochair Tara Konrath and SBR President Rod Hersberger award division winner trophies, (top to bottom, left to right): CV1, Michael Benson, 1965 356 C Cabriolet. DS4, Sal Reyes, 2018 911.2 Carrera. SV2, Chuck Bartron, 1984 930. UV2, Bob Young,1965 911 Coupe. Not pictured is the winner of SM1, Yao-Chien Lee, 2006 Cayman S.

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HIGH SIERRA GRAND TOUR Story by Doreen Pankow Photos by Bill Hallier


group of 15 excited members started a driving adventure from Golden Valley Road in Santa Clarita, looking forward to three days of driving our Porsches through the High Sierras. Many of us had not traversed the roads outside of Lee Vining and Bridgeport before; we were looking forward to seeing some beautiful scenery and driving some challenging roads. We headed north on CA-14 and after two hours connected with Hwy 395 N, stopping for lunch at Aaron Schat’s Roadhouse in Bishop. We were now in the High Sierras and the cloud formations in the sky were spectacular as we continued our drive northbound. The clouds were massive; all shapes and sizes, and some sat right on top of the various mountain ranges. At about 300 miles, many of us stopped for fuel as we turned onto CA-120 toward Tioga Pass. We


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drove about nine miles to Lake Ellery, which is before the entrance to Yosemite Park. It had started raining lightly so we only stopped long enough to view the lake at several spots before turning around and heading back to the 395 to complete our journey to the Walker River Lodge in Bridgeport. That evening we enjoyed dinner together at the Bridgeport Inn. On Tuesday morning, Jeff Parker led the group as we continued north on the 395. The fun began as we turned west onto Hwy 89 towards Markleeville and Monitor Pass which crests at an elevation of 8,314 ft. With its breathtaking scenery and light traffic, this route offers some of the best motorcycle riding and sports car driving in the Sierra Nevada range. We continued on our drive to Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway, which reaches an elevation of 8,730 ft.

John Ebbetts, a fur trader turned guide for California Gold Rush Forty-niners, claimed to have led a string of pack mules easterly over the Sierras in the vicinity of the pass back in April 1851. Today, Ebbetts Pass is one of the least traveled passes in the Sierra Nevada. There is a 23-mile stretch between Lake Alpine and Centerville Flat that is narrower than two lanes and lacks a dividing line. It has very steep sections and many hairpin corners. The eastern slope is particularly difficult, as many of the hairpin corners are blind, and steepen suddenly at the apex, making it necessary to shift to first gear in most vehicles. We arrived in the town of Murphys in time for lunch at The Watering Hole and a much-needed stretching of our legs, not to mention our arms and hands that had been gripping either the steering wheel or the armrest. After lunch, the group drove to Jamestown and enjoyed an interesting tour of the museum at Railtown 1897 State Historic Park near Jamestown. History comes to life here with vintage steam trains, a working roundhouse, and the timeless Sierra Railway Shops.

Opposite: The majestic Sierras accompanying us on the drive to Bridgeport. This page: On the Ebbetts Pass Scenic Byway.

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From Angels Camp we continued west through the town of Sonora towards Sonora Pass for a challenging 82mile drive with lots of 10-mph hairpin curves over a descent of 3,000 ft. from the crest. Sonora Pass is the second-highest pass in California at 9,264 ft., just 321 feet lower than Tioga Pass. It’s considered a scenic, mountain recreation thoroughfare, but the highway over the pass is extremely steep, exceeding 8% for most of the traverse, and up to 26% grades in some locations. Finally, with Leavitt Meadows to our right we knew we were through the challenging parts. We arrived back at the Lodge late in the afternoon. There was a lot of entertaining conversation over dinner discussing the day’s excursions. Wednesday morning, participants left the Lodge at various times in smaller groups as some members were continuing northbound to Lake Tahoe to enjoy a couple of extra days while the rest headed back home via various routes. We all want to thank Lionel Neff for organizing this fabulous driving tour of the Sierras, with incredible scenic views of beautiful forests, lakes, and meadows. It always refreshes our souls to spend time in the great outdoors. Footnote: There were several car problems encountered on this trip, including my 993, but we are truly blessed with members who are caring and supportive of each other when any of us encounter problems. I would like to thank Jeff Parker, Bob Clarke, and Dennis Power for all their helpful mechanical advice and moral support and, in my case, for making sure that I got home safely. It’s truly a pleasure to be part of our wonderful Porsche club! Doreen Pankow has been a member of PCA since 1997. She is past president of SBR, past Activities Chair, and remains active in club events, Doreen drives a 1995 Carrera in Midnight Blue. Top: The first night's dinner at the Bridgeport Inn. Middle: One of the historic engines at the museum in Railtown 1887 State Historic Park, Jamestown. Photo by Gloria Hallier. Left: Fearless leader Doreen Pankow with her 993.


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For more information, call Dustin Troyan at 818.584.3240 and visit

Whether it’s about Porsches or your next dream home, let’s talk!

Robert Watt

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he event started with an excellent, buffet breakfast at Aloha Steakhouse in Ventura. However 86 attendees with their 53 Porsches were chomping at the bit to get on the road to the Santa Paula Airport. Were we going to fly somewhere? Nope. The first Sunday of every month, the Santa Paula Airport opens its gates to the public from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. so visitors can view their museum and the many hangers sporting antique aircraft, rare cars, antiques collections, and other items. Santa Barbara Region selected October 2 to visit, to view the treasurers on display and to show off our own treasures to the visiting public. Once we arrived at the airport, we parked our cars on the taxiways and lined up next to one another, with hangars on each side of the rows. The public now had more than just aircraft and collectables to look at this Sunday, browsing around the Porsches ranging from early 911s to a 918 Spyder, not to mention Boxsters and Macans. Meanwhile, attendees were given a map of the airport with a written description of who’s who at the airport, plus a history of past hanger owners such as Charles Lindbergh, Cliff Robertson, Steve McQueen, Leonard Nimoy, and Gene Hackman. There was also a docent with a golf cart to take around people who preferred to ride instead of walk.

Opposite page: Porsche 918 Spyder at a hangar open for display. Photo by Steve Geldman. Top left: Michael and Roberta Krauchi with Stearman biplane. Photo Steve Geldman. Top right: Bill Hallier with Dickenson Howard DGA 21. Photo by Hallier/Power. Middle left: Entrance to the Aviation Museum of Santa Paula. Photo by Dennis Power. Middle right: Porsches line up on the Curtiss Taxiway. Photo by Bill Hallier. Bottom: Stearman biplane. Photo by Dennis Power. November/December 2022


In one of the large hangars, the Santa Paula Aviation Museum has set up displays on the airfield’s history, along with aviation artifacts. Hanger 102 is owned by a past airship (blimp) pilot who has flown just about every type of airship and has many stories about his adventures, some in inclement weather. Across the taxiway is a model aircraft museum, full of scale models of just about every aircraft ever made. Hanger 101 is centered around outreach to the community. Volunteers offer free airplane rides to youth 8 to 18 years old in an effort to promote future pilots. They also have a section titled “International Organization of Women Pilots” that promotes aviation aspirations for women. The list goes on and on; each hanger has a story. But there was more. We had two vintage aircraft owners roll their planes out so that we could park our cars next to their aircraft and take pictures. One was a bright red Stearman biplane with a radial engine, owned by the airport manager. The second aircraft was a Dickenson Howard DGA 21, built and owned by Bruce Dickenson. This is a one-of-a-kind, radial engine aircraft that Bruce built based on Howard plans and parts. Bruce’s grandfather was instru-


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mental in founding and building the airport back in 1930. He and another local farmer raised $19,000 to grade out the runway and build the first hangers. The airport is also home to CP Aviation, one of the most highly regarded pilot schools in southern California. The “Young Eagles” (a group of aspiring aviators and their parents) helped us park our cars and escorted us through the busy tarmac to the planes for pictures. Meanwhile, Steve Bucknum, whose godfather is Steve McQueen, had photo albums of his dad and Steve McQueen from back in the day. McQueen owned a hangar at the airport and Steve Bucknam’s dad was McQueen’s racing partner and best friend. Thanks to the Young Eagles and the Santa Paula Airport, we all had a unique and very informative morning. And, among the praise that followed, one participant wrote, “What a great group of people we have in our club. Our standards are pretty high, and Ron made us proud.” Ron Mulick has been a member of PCA since 2020. He drives a 1997 Cabriolet in Black.

Participants in the Santa Paula Airport drive contributed $10 each as a gift to the Aviation Museum of Santa Paula. SBR President Rod Hersberger presented the donation check to Kevin Nida, representing the Museum. They were joined by a group of Young Eagles who are part of the airport's program to teach young people to fly. Photo by museum board member David Vanoni. Opposite page– Left column: Airport model in the models hangar (top) and personal paraphernalia in another (bottom). Photos by Dennis Power. Right column: President Rod Hersberger with the Stearman biplane (top) and a view of the models hangar (bottom). Photos by Steve Geldman. This page, left: Master organizer of the event, Ron Mulick poses with the Dickenson Howard DGA 21. Photo by Bill Hallier.

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Story and photos by Dennis Power


onveniently timed for a Friday at the height of Monterey Car Week, PCA’s Werks Reunion was a winner this year. Not only could one mingle with passionate Porsche people from all over the country, but Porsche Cars North America itself took the event seriously along with dealers from throughout the region. That, and the fact that there were a number of other events during the week, such as high-end auctions and the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, down to less formal gatherings of aficionados, made it a great experience. We went to Legends of the Autobahn on Thursday, August 18, which held a concours for Mercedes, Audi, and BMW. You didn’t even have to go to all these events: just grab a glass of wine at a corner café in downtown Monterey and watch the cars go by.


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As for Werks Reunion, it was reported that 747 judged and corral-parked cars were registered for the event held on Friday, August 19. The Porsches began arriving at the Monterey Pines Golf Course early. The day started with overcast skies, but by noon that gave way to sunshine. The featured model this year was the 996. Owning a 2003 996.2 Carrera 4S, I was rewarded by being able to park at the front of the group, which itself was at the front of the corral-parking area. Several thousand spectators came and went during the day. All told, about 8,000 car enthusiasts walked the fairways while taking in the corrals, the judged cars, and the special displays, including a popular group of 22 restored Porsches made up of competitors in the Porsche Classic Factory Restoration Challenge.

The first car we noted was a familiar, Signal Orange, 1974 911 T and himself, SBR’s recent Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Joe Schneider. The day was starting well. One of my early goals, besides grabbing a cup of coffee and morning bun at a vendor’s truck, was the center stage area where some special cars were on display. What I wanted to see close up was the new 996 Classic Club Coupe. With its Sport Classic Gray paint, ducktail decklid, double-bubble roof, and handsome set of Fuchs wheels it did not disappoint. And the Club Blau graphic accents and pepita woven leather trim on the seats and door panels are pretty snazzy, too. Building a one-off model like this with a 996 has never been done before and it had the full might of Porsche Classic and Porsche Exclusive Manuaktur behind it. While my 996 doesn't have the performance or look as cool as this, it feels good to know we are in great company. A bit of a novelty was the Hoonipigasus Porsche. (def. Honnigan: A person who operates a motor vehicle in an aggressive and unorthodox manner, consisting of, but not limited to, drifting, burnouts, doughnuts as well as acts of automotive aeronautics.) This is Ken Block's insane 1,400HP AWD race car built for Pikes Peak in 2022. Unfortunately, this year the car dropped a valve, causing major engine failure, and it missed the qualifying run.

Opposite: Two views of the assembled field as viewed from the corrals. Top, left and right: Two views of the new 996 Classic Club Coupe. Middle right: The radical Hoonipigasus Porsche Pikes Peak race car. Lower right: Atari Targa rally car.

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Leslie and I spent the entire day wandering the corrals and the judging area, chatting with those whose cars caught our eyes and taking more photos than could ever be used here. In the judged cars we noticed a familiar 2008 Cayman in Speed Yellow with a red, second-place ribbon on it. The shiny beauty belongs to our region’s own Lisa and Robert Watt. They were here to enter the car in the Werks competition and attend the Rolex Motorsports Reunion at Laguna Seca. Adding to SBR’s take during the afternoon awards ceremony, Joe Schneider won a set of Michelin Tires for being the longest-standing member of PCA in attendance. The next Werks Reunion Monterey will be August 18, 2023. Book your room early! Dennis Power has been a member of PCA since 2004. He is editor of Der Auspuff and drives a 2003 Carrera 4S in Arctic Silver Metallic.


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Top left: Carrera S with bike: prepared to go almost anywhere. Top right: A pair of gorgeous 550 Spyders. Middle left: The overall concours winner, a 1958 Super Speedster. Middle right: The second-in-class 2008 Cayman and SBR members Robert and Lisa Watt receiving their award. Left: SBR's Joe Schneider receiving his award of a certificate for a set of Michelin tires for being the longest-standing member of PCA in attendance.

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Annual Holiday Brunch Sunday, December 11, 2022 – 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Spanish Hills Country Club, Camarillo


he popular SBR Holiday Brunch will take place this year at the beautifully and festively decorated Spanish Hills Country Club, 999 Crestview Avenue, Camarillo. Join PCA friends to celebrate the holidays. In addition to a fabulous buffet, we will acknowledge the officers and board members and announce the Man and Woman of the Year, those volunteers who make our club so active and enjoyable. To help spread the good cheer of the season,


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please bring an unwrapped toy valued at $10 or more for donation to Unity Shoppe charity. The cost is $65 per person. Register at msreg. com/holidaybrunch2022 by December 3. No refunds after that date. Country club attire is appropriate. Questions?: contact Doreen Pankow at or (805) 428-3423.

Wine Country Drive to the Alisal River Grill November 19, 2022


njoy the fall colors as we drive Santa Ynez Valley backroads, starting from the Porsche Santa Barbara dealership where you’ll enjoy coffee, fruit, and pastries. We’ll catch CA-135 through Los Alamos, drive over the Harris Grade into Lompoc, and continue through Sta. Rita Hills AVA vineyards on Santa Rosa Rd. The final leg of our tour will take us to the scenic Alisal River Grill in Solvang where we’ll enjoy a delicious BBQ-grilled tri-tip and chicken buffet on their patio overlooking the River

Golf Course. After lunch, you may want to visit the Solvang Vintage Motorcycle Museum nearby at 320 Alisal Rd., Ste 202, or tour some of the local shops. Cost is $72 per person. Register at For questions about the event contact Doreen Pankow at or 805-428-3423. For questions about registration, contact Art Shinn at

Porsche Mademoiselle Society Reunion

Island Packers Wildlife Cruise Cruise Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Porsche ladies—aka the Porsche Mademoiselle Society (PMS)—will venture to the Santa Barbara Channel for a wildlife cruise with Island Packers naturalists. We meet at 8:45 a.m. and depart promptly at 9:30 from Marine Emporium Landing in Channel Islands Harbor, 3550 Harbor Blvd., Oxnard. Bring your own lunch and beverages. We’ll be back on land at 1:00 p.m. Our limit is 30 people, so please sign up early.

The cost is $42 per person, including our $5 activity fee. Register by November 2 at For questions about the trip contact Karen Turek at klynnturek@hotmail. com or Carol Mathieu at For questions about registration contact Art Shinn at

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Get your ticket to ride plus a little help from your SBR friends to launch the New Year. Search the sky to find Lucy and you will sense that things will be getting better in 2023! Simply act naturally. The “mystery” in the title to this tour is the key to what we have planned to celebrate. We hope you will find it magical as well. The meeting time and starting point will be provided in mid January to those who register. Driving

directions will be available at the meeting place. This is a “bring your own lunch” event so be creative to add to the magic. The SBR activity fee of $15 per person is payable at the time of registration. To register, please go to For questions about the drive contact Nicolas Liakas at nicolasliakas@ or 818-706-6016. With questions about registration contact Art Shinn at artshinn@gmail. com or 505-348-7813.

Coastal Mountain Drive to BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse February 18, 2023


hallenge your driving skills on a scenic drive through the twists and turns on Potrero Road and through the sweeping curves on Encinal Canyon to Pacific Coast Hwy CA-1. Then enjoy the picturesque ocean views as we drive along the coastline, ending up at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse in Oxnard for a variety of pizzas, salads, pasta, and beverages. We’ll meet on Saturday, February 18, in Ventura at 9:30 a.m. and depart at 10:00. Driving directions and other specifics will be provided a week or two prior to the event to those who register. The cost is $35 per person, including lunch, and is payable when you sign up. To register, please go to coastalmountaindrive. For questions regarding the event, contact Doreen Pankow at or (805) 428-3423. For questions about registration contact Art Shinn at


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OFFICIAL BALLOT – 2022 MAN & WOMAN OF THE YEAR Nomination forms due December 5, 2022


Family/Affiliate Member

As all Board members are finishing up their first year of two-year terms, there will be no election needed this year. The next nomination process will start mid-2023.

As all Board members are finishing up their first year of two-year terms, there will be no election needed this year. The next nomination process will start mid-2023.

Part 1 – Honorary Choices

Part 1 – Honorary Choices

SBR Man of the Year:

SBR Man of the Year:

Please submit the name of your candidate for:

Write-In _______________________________ SBR Woman of the Year: Write-In _______________________________

Part 2 – Voter’s Name & Signature

Please submit the name of your candidate for:

Write-In ______________________________ SBR Woman of the Year: Write-In ______________________________

Part 2 – Voter’s Name & Signature

Please print your name clearly. Ballots with illegible names will NOT be counted. Your signature is required per SBR By-Laws. Only the Member and Family/ Affiliate Member are eligible to vote.

Please print your name clearly. Ballots with illegible names will NOT be counted. Your signature is required per SBR By-Laws. Only the Member and Family/ Affiliate Member are eligible to vote.

_____________________________________ Please Print Your Name

_____________________________________ Please Print Your Name

_____________________________________ Member’s Signature

_____________________________________ Member’s Signature



Please submit your ballot by hand, email, or mail no later than December 5, 2022 to Tom Sutphen, 32179 Sailview Lane, Westlake Village, CA 91361, or

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New Members Kash Dadvand Oxnard 2004 Cayenne S

John Garcia Newbury Park 2013 Boxster S

Cris Muller Oxnard 2002 Boxster

Monica Romero Santa Barbara 2018 718 Boxster GTS

Lauren Elizarraz Westlake Village 2018 911 GT3

David Mouchou Goleta 2011 Cayman

Michael Novotny Santa Barbara 1995 911 Carrera

Sandi Sanders Woodland Hills 2022 Taycan

John & Lisa Garcia

Neil Ebuen

We encourage all members to keep their individual profile updated on, especially your e-mail address so you don’t miss important information from PCA and our own Santa Barbara Region. It is through PCA that we communicate with all of you.


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November Anniversaries 39 Years Alan Surgi & Julie Weiher

20 Years Chuck & Elaine Miwa

37 Years Noman Russell & Janet Benner Andrew Tymkiw & Jennifer Ngou

19 Years Jeffery & Rosalee Merrick 18 Years Jorge & Donna Raphael Greg & Laura Rutkowski

29 Years Masahiro & Kiyomi Iwadare 16 Years Chip & Donna Bell 28 Years Rod & Susan Hersberger Carolyn Ewbank Richard & Joan Jonsson & Ruth G. Detrow 15 Years 26 Years Oscar & Toni Briones Michael Pomerantz Thomas Duck Bruce & Marlene Frasco 24 Years Randy & Sue Kinsling Houri Kharazi-Greko Kathryn Eisler LeMay & Parisa Sajjadi Nadine & KristinTracy 23 Years Ted Frech & Carol Prima

13 Years Frank & Nancee Baldino Mark & Debbie Blankenship Rene Cortez Frank & Anna Donahue Daryl Haus 12 Years Robert Berkow Elliott & Debi Michaels Doc & Gaye Pence 10 Years Ellen & Eric Kramer Gus & Simon Thomson 9 Years Matthew Compton Gary Jacoby Neil & Christopher Petzing 8 Years Bob & Sharon Clarke Gary Goodman Simon & Sara Jones CJ & Beth Ward

7 Years Roger Mamigonian 6 Years Dave & Karen Brooks Eric Carrier & Kelly Thomas Thomas & Karen Stephenson 5 Years Robert & Darleen Krohn Skipper Stockman 4 Years Terry & Tammi Clark Bob Dalby Ronald Forster Michael Hynds Debra Papageorge Jack & Kathleen Shaffer

2 Years Michael Brent David Cocci Wataru & Emi Kaneko Kashi & JenniferLee John Sadler 1 Year Ron Dilley Edward & Mary Therese Ceballos Dave Liddell Zaryn Dentzel Jim Rademacher Brigitte Trapp & Craig Stevens Monica Escalante

3 Years Jino & Anissa Amparan Mike & Marie Kinderman

December Anniversaries 46 Years Martin Frith & Janet Eastman 40 Years Daniel Lindsay & Suzanne Yate 32 Years Jason & Shelby Duarte 30 Years Paula Golus 29 Years Robert H. & Kathleen Somers 28 Years Richard & Nancy Weichbrod 26 Years John Lamont Edward & Nanette Martin Tom & Marion Taber Stephen Ward & Robin Ward-Hill

25 Years JT & Patricia Thompson 24 Years Kenneth & Stacie Wild 22 Years Donn & Kathleen Shipley Eric & Cathy Zacher 22 Years Richard Banks Jeffrey & Anne Cannon 21 Years Mike & Karen Turek 18 Years William & Linda Feldhorn Dean & Angela Wolcott 17 Years Don & Roxann Clark 16 Years Earl & Ann Teraoka 15 Years Ron & LeeAnn Jambor

14 Years Don Galloway Desmond Warren & Stephanie Alonzo 13 Years Brian & Tami Palmer 12 Years Susan & Bob Brown Robert & Ben Cohen 11 Years John & Adrienne Demboski 10 Years Marco & Tony Gerace 8 Years William & Kyle Knebel Michael & Denise Summer 7 Years Carl Bell Jim & Celina Elizarraz Rob Hennick Mark Mullenary & Julie Artoux Rik & Cindi Zelman

6 Years David & Ari Birken Blake Goodwin Albert & Amy Rhee Nick & Andrea West Rick Wood & Carol Holdsworth 5 Years Casey Brennan & Mike Schell Gareth Thomas & James Salzer 4 Years Brad Brown Byron Caballeros Kathryn Christopher Gary Glucroft Michael & Michele Glucroft Bryan Hanes & Joe Oliveri Kenneth & Karol Ingber Bob Perry

2 Years Susan Cappiello Hans Kunze Greg Orlando Doug Platts Charles Slosser 1 Year Alex Craigie Greg & Roger Hoffman Valerie Hoffman Francisco Huaso Ben Le Cam David Lelande Richard Mathieu Stephen Mines Brian Reischl Amir & Mindy Rudyan Roy Torrence

3 Years Gary & Leesa Douglas Branden & Camille Kurreck Robert Poulin Richard Sherry

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Lori’s Mobile Notary & LiveScan Fingerprinting Specialists are always available, experienced, and professional. Lori’s is one of Santa Barbara’s leading and most trusted Mobile Notary Public and Fingerprinting offices. Our on-demand services are comprehensive and serve multiple businesses & professionals in and around Santa Barbara. Notary Services In-Office (Walk-In/No appointment necessary) and Mobile Live Scan & FBI ID Ink Card Fingerprinting Walk-in during office hours/No appointment necessary Apostille Service Passport Photos & Renewal Services Vehicle Registration & DMV Services Renewals, Ownership Transfers, Replacement Stickers, New & Replacement License Plates, Duplicate Title, one-year Full Registration Trailers, Salvage Title, Boats NEW! Vehicle Vin Verification Services! Provided by CA Vins in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties!

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DOWN THE ROAD November 13 November 19 December 3 December 11 January 21 February 18 March 18 April 11-13 May 20 June 18-24, 2023 July 22

PCA Unstock, Burbank Wine Country Drive to Alisal River Grill Special Open House at Rusnak Porsche Annual Holiday Brunch Magical Mystery Tour Coastal Mountain Drive to BJ's Santa Barbara Maritime Museum Wine Tasting Tour in Paso Robles Gimmick Rally 67th Porsche Parade, Palm Springs New Member Recognition Event, Nipomo Note: events and dates are subject to change

2022 Regional AX, DE, & TT (As per the Zone 8 calendar of events at press time)

Sat & Sun, Nov 5 & 6 SDR DE/TT at Buttonwillow Sat, Nov 19 LAR AX at Anaheim Stadium Sat & Sun, Nov 19 & 20 LVR DE at Spring Mountain

AX = Autocross, DE = Driver’s Education, TT = Time Trials, and CR = Club Race CCCR = California Central Coast Region, GPX = Grand Prix Region, SDR = San Diego Region, LAR = Los Angeles Region, LVR = Las Vegas Region, and RR = Riverside Region


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PCA Zone 8

Porsche Club of America ZONE 8 OFFICERS


Zone 8 Representative Lori DeCristo California Inland Region

Autocross Chair Bill Thorp San Diego Region

Event Information Chair Jim Alton San Gabriel Region

Time Trial/DE Chair Russell Shon San Diego Region

Treasurer Linda Cobarrubias Grand Prix Region

Chief Driving Instructor Scott Mann Las Vegas Region

Rules Coordinator Tom Brown San Diego Region

Webmaster Tom Brown San Diego Region

Secretary Monica Shea Orange Coast Region

Club Race Advisor Skip Carter Grand Prix Region

Rules Technical Advisor Russell Shon San Diego Region

Concours Chair Janice Witteried California Inland Region

Social Media Chair Vinita Khilani Los Angeles Region

Advertiser Directory Aswell Trophy............................ 40

Lori’s Mobile Notary Service...... 41

Rusnak Westlake Porsche ........IFC

Bruce Pence, DDS...................... 41

Lavaggio-The Art of Detailing... 23

Santa Barbara Auto Group......... BC

California Tire Company............. 40

Milpas Motors........................... 13

Santa Barbara Region Webstore.. 38

Coachcraft................................. 40

Monaco Motors......................... 41

Schneider Autohaus.................. 32

Crawford Wealth Management... 8

Mulick Construction & Design... 41

Sierra Madre Collection............. 40

Ding Masters............................. 39

No. Hollywood Speedometer.... 39

State Farm Insurance, David Fox.. 40

Doll Real Estate Services............ 40

Paul Bancroft Roofing............... 39

The Porsche Boutique................ 41

DSR Audio................................. 39

PCARMarket................................ 9

Timbers Roadhouse................... 39

Ghost Shield.............................. 31

Premier Coach .......................... 14

Village Properties, Robert Watt... 23

Koncept Motorwurks................. 39

RS Enterprises........................... 40

Wheel Concepts........................ 31

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PCA/SBR CLASSIFIED ADS OEM polished center caps OD 3'', ID 2 5/8". Should fit models 76-89 $80 Dan Long 805-405-1198

For Sale

2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder With fewer than 14,000 original miles $69,500 OBO

OEM hood emblem New, fits all models 76-89. $80 Dan Long 805-405-1198.

Must find new a home for our collection of Porsche memorabilia, vintage posters, automobilia, etc. Please contact me at for a complete list

PCA/SBR Classifieds Classified ads of 50 words or fewer for Porsche cars, parts, and Porsche-related items are free to PCA members in good standing and will run for a maximum of two months. Please notify the Editor if sold. SBR is not responsible for the accuracy of any ad or claims made, and does not warrant or guarantee the condition of items. Please submit ads directly to


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7-speed PDK transmission,carbon fiber sport seats with black leather and Alcantara upholstery, AC-delete, and radio-delete. Asking $69,500 or best offer. Rem Laan (317) 294-4884 For sale. Contact Rich Jonsson — (818) 324-3457 1) Porsche; The Classic Era, Dennis Adler, 285 pp ($25) 2) Porsche; Schlegemilch and Lehbrink, 407 pp ($25) 3) Classic Cars from 1945 to the Present; Michael Bowler, 303 pp ($15) 4) Porsche Tech Manual; Henry Elfrink, 1 used ($15), 1 like new ($25) 5) Porsche 912 1965-69 Handbook; Kenneth Bell, 145 pp ($25) 6) Clymer Publication's Repair Manual 1965-76, 911 and 912 Service Repair Handbook ($20) 7) Driver's Manual Type 356A Oct. 1956 Edition (7 out of 10 condition, no back cover page) ($325 obo) 8) Driver's Manual Type 356B Jan. 1963 Edition (9+ condition) ($400 obo) 9) Driver's Manual Type 356C June 1964 Edition (9 condition) ($220 obo) 10) Plastic, maroon colored, Porsche embossed, service manual cover ($14)


Hood ornament of a 1937 HispanoSuiza K6 Break De Chasse seen at the Mullin Automotive Museum. Photo by Steve Geldman

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