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THE PORSCHE CLUB OF AMERICA | LOS ANGELES REGION | DECEMBER 2015

Tech Day at Red Line Day in the South Bay Run to Paramount Ranch Breakfast on the Santa Barbara Pier

Photo by Brianna Becker


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PCA-LA at a Glance

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Editor’s Note and Activities Update

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PCA-LA Tech Day at Red Line Service

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PCA-LA Day in the South Bay

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PCA-LA Santa Barbara Drive and Breakfast

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Breakfast with PCA-SBR on the Santa Barbara Pier

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Oktoberfest Dinner at Swiss Chef

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PCA-LA Auto Gallery Run to Paramount Ranch

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Porsche News and PCA at LA Auto Show

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New Members

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Member Anniversaries

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Calendar and Advertiser Index

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Board of Directors

PCA-LA at a Glance

President

Porsche Club of America, Los Angeles Region comprises over

David Altemus

davidaltemus@aol.com

Vice President Brianna Becker

PCALAEditor@gmail.com

Secretary

Roger Ignon

rignon@edgesystem.com

Treasurer

Chris McGranahan cwm@mcandc.com

Newsletter Editor Brianna Becker

PCALAEditor@gmail.com

Membership Chair Joe Shubitowski

joseph.shubitowski@gmail.com

Technical Director Marc Bixen

marc@redlineservice.net

Driving Events Chair Driving Events Chief Instructor Activities Chair

1,100 diverse Porsche owners. We are young and old, novice and expert, slow and fast. PCA-LA is one of the largest regions of the Porsche Club of America. On a national level, PCA holds spectacular events and publishes an excellent monthly magazine called Porsche Panorama. PCA-LA provides local fun and events, comraderie with fellow club members, and the opportunity to share the exhilirating experience of understanding, maintaining and driving one of the most unique automobiles of all time. Please come on out to our events and meet your fellow club members and share your experiences with us. Enjoy!

Randy Blaesi

rblaesi@sbcglobal.net

Board Members-at-Large Sam Avedon

samavedon@gmail.com

Upcoming Events December 2015 26 Saturday PCA-LA Monthly Breakfast Spitfire Grill Santa Monica, CA

January 2016

17 Sunday PCA-LA Run and Brunch Malibu Cafe Malibu, CA 23 Saturday PCA-LA Monthly Breakfast Spitfire Grill Santa Monica, CA

February 2016 13 Saturday PCA-LA Fun Run and Breakfast Paradise Cove Malibu, CA 19- Friday through Sunday 21 PCA-LA Modernism Week Weekend in Palm Springs, CA 27 Saturday PCA-LA Monthly Breakfast Spitfire Grill Santa Monica, CA

Mark Bilfield

markbilfield@gmail.com

Martin Holford

martinholford@me.com

Harry Kraushaar harry-k@pacbell.net

For future events, please visit our website:

Robert Vincent

bobv@pcalosangeles.org

Arthur Yuter

a.yuter@verizon.net

BRING YOUR CAR AND JOIN FELLOW PCA CLUB MEMBERS!

www.PCALosAngeles.org or find us on Facebook: PCALosAngelesRegion

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See You Next Year

Exciting Activities Ahead!

Let’s Make It Great!

Activities Update

by Brianna Becker, Vice-President & Newsletter Editor, PCA-LA

by Randall Blaesi, Activities Director, PCA-LA

We’ve had so many club activities in the past few months! Check the calendar here and on our website for a lot more events in the new year! At this time of year, we turn our attention to holiday cheer, as well as to voting for officers to lead our region in the coming year. These volunteers are seeking to make our club the best it can possibly be! Please take a moment to look over the ballot and then vote your choice for the elective offices represented. If you would like to participate more, and particularly if you have some experience in writing or graphic design, please let us know. We are forming a newsletter committee, and we are seeking co-editors to drive our publication to greater heights. We welcome your participation, with or without prior experience. It is perhaps the most fun and gratifying experience to help document our events.

Your region is planning to have several events that may be of interest to you. Please note that the events detailed in the emails you receive from Joe to our region members require advacne sign-ups, on www.motorsportreg.com, even if they are free, as we need an accurate headcount. Some are no cost, while others have a cost associated, which can be paid online, at the time you register. Be sure PCA National has your correct email address and postal service address. Please log in to their website at at www.pca.org and make sure. Otherwise, we cannot send out emails and our newsletter. You may also miss the Porsche Panorama, the national newsletter. The upcoming events are the Dawn Patrol Drive and Brunch at Malibu Cafe on January 17, Paradise Cove Drive and Brunch on February 13 and Modernism Week Tours on February 19-21.

We will also be forming several new committees in the coming year. Please let us know your interests, whether it be helping out with our Concours or leading a tour. We look forward to having you join us in planning and hosting events. Thanks to the many members who contributed to this issue. We love your pictures and articles, so please continue to photograph and write about events you attend! In this issue, we have a recap of our region’s latest Tech Day at Red Line Service, and our drive from Santa Monica to Redondo Beach and beyond to San Pedro. We also have photos from our recent run to the Santa Barbara pier for breakfast with the PCA Santa Barbara Region, and our Oktoberfest celebration at Swiss Chef. We also have an article about our recent lively run to Paramount Ranch. Thank you, as always, for your continued participation, and we look forward to seeing you at one of our events soon! Our Monthly Breakfast Meetings are held on the 4th Saturday of each month at the Spitfire Grill at Santa Monica Airport. Hope to see you there!! Brianna ■

There is a wide variety of activities from which to choose, so go on www.motorsportreg.com and sign up for your preference today! Some events will fill up long before the deadline, so do not wait until it is too late and miss out! If you have any suggestions for an activity, please come to our breakfast meetings on the fourth Saturday of every month, at the Spitfire Grill at the Santa Monica Airport and look for one of the board members to discuss your ideas. We usually have a board meeting after the breakfast. You may come to the board meeting and discuss your ideas. Or, you may send me an email at rblaesi@sbcglobal.net. We welcome your input. Hopefully, you will be able to assist us with actually planning and helping one of our board members to mentor you in running the event you suggest. I look forward to seeing you at one of our events, soon! Randy ■ PCA Los Angeles Region

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PCA-LA Tech Day at Red Line Service

Photos by Brianna Becker

Less than a week after placing on the podium at the NASA Western States National Championships at Laguna Seca Raceway with their driver Martin Daskal and his 2008 Porsche Super Cup car, Marc Bixen and the Red Line crew hosted a Tech Day for the Porsche Club of America Los Angeles Region at their well equipped West LA facility. With the Monterey Motorsports Reunion only a couple of weeks away, and Porsche Rennsport Reunion at Laguna Seca Raceway later in September, this Tech Day’s topic was “Preparation for Road Trips”.

For our enjoyment, Red Line had a sampling of Red Line’s expertise in Porsche’s sports cars on display, from the earliest 356 through the latest 991’s - a restored 1958 Speedster, a Gulf Blue 1974 Carrera Targa, a 1993 RS America, and their 2008 factory Porsche Super Cup Car.

Red Line provided coffee and pastries for the early morning tech session, and there was a feel of a small Cars & Coffee gathering.

Marc also showed us his three generations of Porsche engine diagnostic computers, from the model 9288 - the first used by Porsche - affectionately known as “The Hammer”, through the latest PIWIS 2.

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Marc began the Tech session discussing the importance of a few easy checks before you leave for a long road trip that can make your journey safer and more enjoyable. According to Marc, checking your oil level, carrying an extra quart of oil, and checking your tire pressures and coolant are the basics. He stressed a more proper inspection of your tires, since most Porsches’ performance alignment causes the inside of tires to wear more aggressively than the outside.

Tire Photos courtesy of Marc Bixen

Marc then held a hugely insightful and informative Q&A. Overall, it was a very enjoyable Saturday at Southern California’s oldest Porsche-only independent shop, celebrating 40 years in Santa Monica and West LA.

Photo by B Becker

We’re looking forward to Red Line’s next Tech Day, coming soon. Great information - Many thanks, Marc! ■

A tire that looks almost new towards the outside can be completely worn out on the inside, so he reminded us to make sure we look at the complete tread. Next Marc discussed the proper use of spare tires, including which wheel you should mount the spare on. He said it’s not always as convenient as putting the spare on the corner you had the flat on, and to check your owners manual for more details. Marc also demonstrated the inflation, deflation and proper use of Porsche’s space saver tire, as well as the use of Porsche’s tire sealant for cars not equipped with a spare tire, which was great for those of us who had always wondered how to use it, should the need arise!

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PCA-LA Day in the South Bay

Photo by Brianna Becker

By: Harry Kraushaar, PCA-LA Board Member On a beautiful Sunday, PCA Los Angeles Region hosted a coastal driving and eating event from Santa Monica to Redondo Beach to Palos Verdes. The event consisted of four segments: meet, drive, eat, and drive. Participants were free to join with the group for any or all portions of the event.

Around 9:30am, the spacious parking lot at Ruby’s filled up with 30+ Porsches. There was definitely lots of eye candy in the lot that day.

Photo by Brianna Becker

Photo by Brianna Becker

The first group met early at the Spitfire Grill in Santa Monica for directions to Ruby’s Diner in Redondo Beach. After some friendly chatting, we started the drive. The drive to Ruby’s was freeform, with drivers splitting up and rejoining throughout the beach communities.

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Photo by David Heenan


PORSCHERAMA | 12/2015 The breakfast at Ruby’s was great. We talked and ate quite comfortably on the patio, while keeping a watchful eye on our cars. After breakfast, our plan was to drive around the Palos Verdes Peninsula. However, with people leaving Ruby’s at different times, our procession to Palos Verdes was splintered into various groups. Most of us came together at the start of the drive around the Peninsula. The drive was scenic and beautiful. Photo by Brianna Becker

Photo by David Heenan

When we reached San Pedro, we gathered once more, before getting on the 110 for the return trip north. ■

Photo by Brianna Becker

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PCA-LA Santa Barbara Drive and Breakfast with PCA-SBR

Photo by Brianna Becker

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Photos by Brianna Becker unless otherwise noted.

Photo by David Heenan We gathered early for Dawn Patrol at the Spitfire Grill in Santa Monica

We listened as we received pointers and precautions at our drivers’ meeting before setting out for the long drive.

We made our way up the coast in a seemingly endless line of Porsches!

Finally, we arrived at the Santa Barbara Pier.

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Breakfast at Moby Dick’s on the Santa Barbara Pier

We joined PCA’s Santa Barbara Region at their monthly breakfast at Moby Dick’s on the Santa Barbara Pier.

A good time was had by all!

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Oktoberfest Dinner at Swiss Chef

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PCA-LA Auto Gallery Run to Paramount Ranch 100 Degrees of Sun, 100 Degrees of Fun

Photo by Mark Bilfield

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Photos by Mark Bilfield unless otherwise noted

By: Harry Kraushaar

Photo by Harry Kraushaar

I knew for several months that it would be a hot day, and I was so right. When I say I knew it would be a hot day, it had nothing to do with temperature, but that the PCA-LA Region was holding its Paramount Ranch drive that day. The fact that it was actually 100 degrees just made the day that much hotter. The event, sponsored by the Auto Gallery, consisted of three parts. The first part was a social session at Porsche Auto Gallery where conversation was served with doughnuts and coffee. The second part was a spirited drive through the hills of Malibu with a pit stop at Paramount Ranch. The third part was lunch at Wood Ranch hosted by Auto Gallery Porsche. Mark Bilfield, PCA-LA Region Board Member-at-Large, was in charge of planning the event, and he did a fabulous job, leaving no detail to chance, including the fabrication of bright yellow caution flags for use at the intersection of Kanan Dume and Mulholland Highway. I helped him with route testing, planning and documentation, but it was Mark who put the event together with the Auto Gallery.

Those who attended were treated to a great day. There was lots of time to ogle other members’ cars and the Auto Gallery Porsche cars before the drive. We had a great cross section of 911s, a few 356s and a few Boxsters and Caymans.

The drive through the Malibu hills was spectacular. We left Auto Gallery and then headed south on Topanga Canyon before turning on to Mulholland Drive and then Mulholland Highway. We stayed on Mulholland Highway until we reached Las Virgenes Canyon, which we took towards Pacific Coast Highway. Coming down Las Virgenes, the ocean views were magnificent. At PCH, we headed north towards Mulholland Highway. The ride up PCH was great. There were only a handful of cars and bicycles on the road and we seemed to cruise through most of the lights. Just before reaching Mulholland Highway, I felt the need to pass two slower cars. Big mistake. By the time I got back into the right lane, I was at Mulholland Highway, needing to make a tight right hand turn onto a narrow two road. I opted to stay straight on PCH and make a U-turn and come back. It was somewhat ironic that the only missed turn on the route was made by me, the guy who planned it and was leading the run group.

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The ride back Mulholland Highway all the way to Paramount Ranch had lots of twists, some tight, some sweeping. Once past Kanan Dume, we went down the Snake, a seriously curvy downhill portion of the road, and past the Rock House before coming up to the turn off for Paramount Ranch. Paramount Ranch has played a huge part in early to mid 20th century movie and television production, and for a short time, auto racing. Several movies, including “A Farewell to Arms” and “Gunfight at the OK Corral”, were shot there, as were some of my favorite TV shows, including “The A-Team”, “Dukes of Hazard”, and “Rin Tin Tin”. One of the last shows shot there was “Dr. Quinn Medicne Woman”. For a few years, until a series of fatalities occurred, Paramount Ranch was used for automobile racing.

We spent about half an hour wandering around the ranch, looking at the few remaining movie and TV sets and a few parts of the track that can still be seen.

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We departed Paramount Ranch and drove a few miles to Wood Ranch for a great BBQ lunch and more conversation. It was a hot day in every sense of the word, made all the more special by the sponsorship of Auto Gallery and the PCA members who attended â–

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For the First Time, Porsche Delivers Over 200,000 Cars STUTTGART. Dec 9, 2015./ Porsche PR/ Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG has delivered 209,894 cars worldwide from January to November 2015. This corresponds to a 24% increase in comparison to the same period in 2014. Thus, for the first time in the history of the company, Porsche has handed over to customers more than 200,000 vehicles. As early as last year, the Stuttgart-based sports car maker had set a record with a total of 189,849 deliveries the world over. ■

World’s First Porsche Center for Classic Cars to Open GELDERLAND/STUTTGART, Nov 25, 2015 /Porsche PR/ The world’s first Porsche Classic Centre is just about to open: from 26 Nov 2015, the Porsche Classic Centre Gelderland, just outside of Arnhem/Netherlands, will be offering services for classic cars of all ages. This is the first time that service, workshop and sales exclusively for the classic sports cars have been brought together under one roof. A small number of additional certified Porsche Classic Centres are set to follow around the world. More than 70 per cent of the vehicles ever produced by Porsche are still running today. To ensure that these classic cars receive optimum support and overhaul facilities, Porsche is establishing an international dealer and service network with some 100 centres to reach completion by 2018. These Porsche centres will provide support for sports cars of earlier eras in addition to the current models and will be certified as Porsche Classic Partners. These services will not only include the supply of some 52,000 original spare parts, complete and partial overhauls but also repair and maintenance work and the sale of classic cars. ■

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Photo by Chris McGranahan

PCA hosted a breakfast for members to preview the LA Auto Show.

Members in attendance saw versions of the new 911s, the 2018 Targa 4, as well as the newly unveiled Cayman GT4 Club Coupe. ■

Photo by Brianna Becker

STUTTGART. Dec 4, 2015/ Porsche PR. The first 100% electrically powered Porsche is on its way. The board of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG today gave the green light for the Mission E project. In the words of the Chairman of the Executive Board, Porsche is thus “beginning a new chapter in the history of the sports car.” The vehicle is due to be launched at the end of the decade. The technological trailblazer combines outstanding driving performance with trendsetting day-to-day practicality. The 4-door car with 4 individual seats has a system power output of over 600 hp (440 kW). The vehicle will thus achieve both acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h in under 3.5 seconds and a range of more than 500 km. Charged via an 800-volt charger unit specially developed for the car, which is twice as powerful as today’s quick-charge systems, the lithium-ion batteries integrated within the vehicle floor have enough power again for 80 percent of the range after just 15 minutes. The vehicle can optionally be ‘refuelled’ wirelessly by induction via a coil set into the garage floor. ■

Photo by Brianna Becker

Green Light for Mission E

PCA at Los Angeles Auto Show

Photos by Chris McGranahan

Porsche News

Photo by Chris McGranahan

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New Members July 2015 David Allman - Valencia Rodney Carr - Los Angeles Georg Diedering - San Gabriel Rodney Dowell - Van Nuys Amr Dundarawy - Woodland Hills Ala El-Malak - Pacific Palisades Payman Eskandari - Beverly Hills Richard Evangelista - Los Angeles Adrienne Renee Evans - Los Angeles Dorian Hicklin - Tujunga Andrew Jansen - Venice Matthias Jezek - Irvine Charles Kim - Los Angeles

PORSCHERAMA | 12/2015 Frank Harrell - Playa Del Rey

Marc Pare - Santa Monica

Jonathan Hartendorp - Los Angeles

Jason Sarayba - West Hollywood

Robert Hastings - Sherman Oaks

Joshua Stern - North Hollywood

Marius Haugan - Los Angeles

Rebecca Toland - Redondo Beach

Michael Heagerty - Hidden Hills

Walter Westbrooks - Altadena

Harry Hernandez - Panorama

Paul Wysocan - Beverly Hills

Alex Izbicki - Studio City

Fred Zuelich - Hermosa Beach

Cat Lambertini - Los Angeles

October 2015

Nathan Levine - Los Angeles

Lukas Amler - Foster City

Haim Malka - Encino

Eli Benhamo - Tarzana

Rob Ross - Los Angeles

Joe Bryant - Culver City

Tina Wright - Burbank

David Eskanos - Thousand Oaks

Ed Youngblood - West Hills

Elizabeth Evans - Pacific Palisades

Walt Zipperman - Manhattan Beach

Patricia Fekete - Rolling Hills Estates

September 2015

Greg Giesler - Altadena

Henrick Macalintal - Torrance

Robert Angelo - Sherman Oaks

Joseph Guglizza - Calabasas

Rob Marinko - Burbank

Gary Chou - Los Angeles

Fergus Hernandez - Woodland Hills

William Oxley - Toluca Lake

John Dalton - San Pedro

Bob Kollar - Rancho Palos Verdes

Rod Rothacher - Burbank

Diane De Felice - Manhattan Beach

Bob Lindstrom - Altadena

Mark Sarkowsky - Encino

Ulrike Beate Eisenmann - Los Angeles

Kelly Mulvey - El Segundo

Shonty Spatola - Los Angeles

Megan Farrell - Santa Monica

Stig Nielsen - Las Vegas

Jun Yamamoto - Rancho Palos Verdes

Arya Fiouzi - Calabasas

Thomas O’Gara - Santa Monica

Eileen Fracchia - Beverly Hills

John Reeder - Redondo Beach

Jeremy Golub - Venice

Anthony Russo - Playa Del Rey

Arshag Bohdjelian - Woodland Hills

Bryan Handlen - Rancho Palos Verdes

Steve Sanchez - Hermosa Beach

Patrick Ciliberto - Woodland Hills

Peter Kokos - Los Angeles

Ward Smith - Burbank

Frank Dellone - Manhattan Beach

Hoa Le - Glendale

Mark-Curtis Dunn - Sherman Oaks

Adam Lotz - Los Angeles

John Erwin - Torrance

Manuel Loveira - Los Angeles

Suzi Fujimoto - Santa Monica

Bruce Meyer - Beverly Hills

Erik Garcia - Los Angeles

Rob Mika - Manhattan Beach

Luc Gervais - Woodland Hills

Ed Murcia - Redondo Beach

Emad Ghobrial - Los Angeles, CA

Mark Neal - Los Angeles

August 2015

Teddy Greenspan - Los Angeles

Photo by Roger Ignon

Steven Long - Manhattan Beach

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Member Anniversaries July 2015

30 Years

20 Years

Frederick G. Stewart – Burbank

Michael Harmon - Redondo Beach

25 Years

10 Years

Ron Brennan – Burbank

Dennis L. Tom - Marina Del Rey

20 Years

Craig Fraulino - Playa Del Rey

Roy Wiegand - North Hollywood

Scott S. Hidinger - Los Angeles

15 Years

Richard Muro - Big Bear City

Edward E. Seymour - Rancho Palos Verdes

Carter R. Johnston - Santa Monica

Hitoshi Tada - Osaka, Japan

Kent Neumann - Manhattan Beach

10 Years

August 2015

Chris Banning - Beverly Hills

20 Years J Roland Burleigh - Rancho Mirage Wendy L. Frank - Valley Village Lowell M. Harris - Los Angeles

15 Years Terence C. McGaughey - Palos Verdes Joshua S. Monesson - Venice

10 Years Ronald W. Wong - Torrance Therese M. Buehner - Torrance Craig C. Paullin - Manhattan Beach Sam Lindenbaum - West Hills Scott Borman – Venice

5 Years Mitchell B. Menzer - Los Angeles Peter C. Ver Halen - Los Angeles Anand D. Naidoo - Manhattan Beach Terence Yeh - Los Angeles David G. Tuggey - Woodland Hills

September 2015 35 Years Kurt H. Kinzel - Altadena

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Arthur Yuter - Los Angeles

5 Years Jason A. Zammit - Canoga Park Annette B. Flower - Venice John A. Abdelmalak - Los Angeles Chuck Robertson - Beverly Hills

October 2015 25 Years Stephen Toshiyuki - Los Angeles

15 Years Mark Terman - Pacific Palisades

10 Years Sandor I. Vlaszof - Burbank Violet Blunt - Woodland Hills

5 Years Steven P. Goldberg Woodland Hills Carmelo M. Torres Reseda Chris Barrowman - Los Angeles


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Upcoming PCA Zone 8 Events

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Sponsor and Advertiser Index

Aero International Products.......................21 Art of Shaving............................................20 Auctions America.......................................24 Bentley Publishers....................................20

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Beverly Hills Porsche..................................23 CXC Simulations........................................20 Eili’s Collision.............................................21 Hagerty Insurance....................................20 Los Angeles Dismantler.............................21 McKenna Porsche.......................................5

PCA Z8 Concours Judging School

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19 20 21 PCA-LA PCA-LA PCA-LA Palm Springs Run Palm Springs Palm Springs Modernism Wkd Modernism Wkd Modernism Wkd

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Red Line Service.......................................24 Sierra Madre Collection..............................21 Todd Lieberman Auto Detail.......................20 Wheel Enhancement..................................21

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