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November, 2016 Volume 57, No. 11

Capping a Busy HPDE Season

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Coming up: Nov. 3 - Tischzeit Thursday, Schneithorst’s Bier Cellar Nov. 9 - General Membership Meeting, Franjo Speed, Chesterfield Valley Nov. 10-12 - Porsche Palooza Eureka Springs, Arkansas Nov. 19 - CPG Dinner, Grand Cru, Columbia, MO Nov. 25 - Dec. 3 - Share the Season Food Drive

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President’s Message Tischzeit Thursday General Membership Meeting Porsche Palooza CPG Dinner Regional Food Drive Regional Christmas Party All Porsche Car Show Porsche St. Louis Fall HPDE Future in the Making Willkommen / Anniversaries Anzeiges Mark Your Calendar


Steve Warren St. Louis, MO 63129


Bob Almli St. Louis, MO 63105


Dan Sokol St. Louis, MO 63105

Board Members

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Gary Bachman Die Porsche Plauderei is the official publication of St. Louis Region, Geoff Baltz PORSCHE CLUB OF AMERICA. Opinions expressed herein represent the views of the authors only. Associate Regions, by this statement, are Wade Bowlin authorized to use materials in this publication provided proper credits are included. Deadline for articles or information for publication is the Jim Eckles 15th of the month prior to publication. Submissions may be edited for grammar and length. Editor reserves the right to edit all material and to Jim Fiss publish only material that is felt to be in the best interest of the Region. Forward inquiries and materials for publication to ESSINC Group, Dan Hinkebein Box 510109, St. Louis, MO, 63151-0109 e-mail Bricker Martin Send changes of address to Membership Chair Ron & Vicki Flier, St. Louis Region, PCA, Box 510109, St. Louis, MO, 63151-0109. Bob Paster Zone 10 Rep. Steve Sullivan Julie Bailey Bob Tamsky bob@housefabric Columbia Porsche Group Southeastern Missouri Allen Maddy Tom Grantham President Emeritus Brian Johanningmeier Membership Chair Safety Chair Social Events Chairs brian_johanningmeier@ Ron & Vicki Flier Wade Bowlin Gail Warren Jennifer Nordstrom Pam Wingbermuehle

Public Relations Chair

Car Show Chair

Jim Singler Jim Fiss

Plauderei Editor

Earlwayne Stumpf 1

President’s Message


November 2016

aybe the good old days were not always so good. There are times when the maintenance of our Porsches seems a bit daunting. But I recently came across a maintenance schedule for a car from the early days of the U.S. auto industry. The Franklin automobile was built between 1902 and 1934 in Syracuse, NY. With their air cooled engines, Franklin sold about 150,000 cars during it’s 30 year history. The maintenance diagram of a Franklin automobile chassis which I uncovered indicated what was required to maintain these early cars. The diagram is on page 3, but a summary is as follows:

5 items required attention every 100 miles or every week.

10 items required attention every 500 miles or every 2 weeks.

22 items required attention every 1000 miles or every month.

8 items required attention every 3000 miles or every 4 months.

Most of these appear to be lubrication points but also may include changes of the gear box oil, cleaning of contacts and tire inspections. There is also a note to remind the owner to “add distilled water to the battery every week when the car is used”. Consider this the next time you review your scheduled maintenance for your Porsche. Oil changes are once per year...spark plug changes every 4 years...and the drive belt is replaced every 6 years. With current labor costs, we’re fortunate that the automotive industry has made significant advancements in maintenance and reliability. Now that’s something to be thankful for. We are looking forward to having our Zone Rep. Julie Bailey and her husband, Chester, visit us in Columbia on Saturday, Nov. 19. There will be an informal meet and greet followed by dinner at Grand Cru Restaurant on South Providence. Zone Reps are appointed by PCA National and serve as liaisons with Regional leadership and members. Also worth noting at this time that our annual Holiday Party will be on Saturday, Dec. 10 at Clear Auto Bra.


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Tischzeit Thursday:

Schneithorst’s Bier Cellar


6:30 p.m., November 3rd 1600 South Lindbergh

oin us for a memorable send-off for our 2016 Tischzeit Thursday, November 3rd as we gather ‘round the fireplace in Schneithorst’s Bier Cellar for our last casual dining gathering for the year. Schneithorst’s is one of St. Louis’ most celebrated dining places and the Bier Cellar is the perfect place to gather with friends for fine food and more beer’s on tap than you can possibly sample on a cool November evening. As always, no agenda...just great food shared with great friends in a relaxed atmosphere. We need to provide a firm participant count on OCTOBER 31st, so PLEASE RSVP to Pam at ASAP to reserve your place at the table. This is one Tischzeit Thursday you don’t want to miss. Make your reservation today. With the busy holiday season filling your schedules in December, we will skip our December Tischzeit Thursday. Mark your calendar now to save January 5th for the kickoff of our 2017 Tischzeit Thursdays. 

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General Membership Meeting Franjo Speed, LLC 615 Spirit of St. Louis Blvd, Ste. B November 9th, 6:30 pm


s we are rapidly approaching the end of the year, it’s time to look at our final events of 2016 and start looking forward to 2017. We’ll be going over the plans for the Food Drive, the Christmas Party and Changing of the Guard/Planning Meeting. We’ll also open the Ballot to accept nominations of anyone wishing to join the Board of Directors. We invite you to come to the meeting to join in the work of your Region. If you can’t make it to the meeting, please contact any of the Board members listed on Page 1 to let us know you would like to join those who make our Regional events possible. Our November meeting is being hosted by one of our Region’s newest advertisers and event sponsors, Franjo Speed. Franjo Speed is an independent performance shop located in the industrial park at the Spirit of St. Louis Airport in the Chesterfield Valley. Join us at 6:30 pm at Franjo Speed just south of Chesterfield Airport Road in the entrance to Spirit Airport. We would appreciate it if you could RSVP to Steve Warren at if you plan on joining us. We hope to see you there!

Porsche Palooza 2016 Eureka Springs, Arkansas Nov 10-12


ne of Mid-America’s most popular Porsche events - the Porsche Palooza - is just a couple weeks away. More than 250 Porsches are expected to descend on historic town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas for three days of laid back Porsche road tours and social events and dinners. The party kicks off with a Social mixer on November 10th. Friday, the 11th is a day filled with road tours and capped off with a Cook-out and Welcoming Party. Take your choice of a tour that tickles your interest...visit Wine Country...tour the historic War Eagle Grist the picturesque roads along the Buffalo River...visit one of America’s most celebrated art galleries at the remarkable Crystal Bridges museam....or sample incredible beers on ‘das Bier’ run. Saturday, the 12th includes a low key ‘Shine and Show’ car show followed by a police escorted parade of Porsches through Eureka Spings to the final Palooza Banquet. For more information or to register, visit 7

2328 Centerline Industrial Drive Maryland Heights, MO 63146


CPG Dinner

5:00 p.m., November 19 Grand Cru Restaurant Columbia, MO


very St. Louis Region members is invited to join our mid-Missouri members for the first of their popular winter season dinner gatherings at the Grand Cru Restaurant on November 19th.

Our Zone 10 Representative Julie Bailey and her husband, Chester, will be in Columbia for dinner at Grand Cru Restaurant. Julie and Chester are both active with the PCA Club Racing program and will hopefully share some of their adventures from this past season. Just what is a PCA Zone Representative? Zone Reps serve as liaisons between the PCA National Executive Committee and the 13 Zones in the US and Canada. They serve a critical role by acting as advisors and problem solvers. The St. Louis Region, which is comprised of approximately 850 primary and affiliate (i.e. spouses) members is one of ten Regions that make up Zone 10. Zone 10 extends northward from Missouri, Kansas, and Southern Illinois to Minnesota, N. Dakota and Manitoba, Canada to the north - a very large area with more than 3500 members. Please join us for a casual 5:00 p.m. reception at Grand Cru Restaurant at 2600 S. Providence in Columbia followed by a 6:00 p.m. dinner. Julie and Chester will be travelling from their home in Wichita, KS, and we are very excited to have them join us in Columbia. Please RSVP to J. Thrash at if you will be able to attend.


German Govt. Votes to Go Green

ermany’s top governing body - the Bundesrat - has voted to allow ONLY zero-emissions vehicles on Germany’s roads by 2030. The vote calls for a ban on the use of internal combustion engines in about 14 years. The German Minister of Transport quickly moved to say the vote was basically a symbolic gesture by the law makers towards a more environmentally friendly future. The law

basically has no real power to force the shut down of internal combustion engine production, but it will clearly add emphasis to clean energy research in the next decade. The German vote follows a 2008 vote by Norway to phase out gas propelled vehicles by 2030. Norway has since pushed the ban on internal combustion engines off till 2050. 9

St. Louis Region joins national food drive Nov. 25 - Dec. 3


or several years, Philadelphia area Porschephiles have participated in an end of the year food drive through Riesentoter Region. Riesentoter Region and PCA National are encouraging other Regions to launch food drives in their home areas to turn the Philadelphia event into a National PCA food drive for local food pantries. In support of the National Food Drive, St. Louis Region has joined forces with Operation Food Search, one of the area’s largest suppliers of food items to area food pantries to help hungry families in Eastern Missouri and Southwestern Illinois have a healthy, flavorful holiday season through our “Share the Season” food drive. Beginning the Friday after Thanksgiving, November 25th, food collections will begin at a number of our Regional sponsors and supporters...Porsche St. Louis...JML Audio of St. Louis...Clear Auto Bra...all three Car-Craft Auto Body Shops. Barrels clearly marked with the “Share the Season” seal will be placed at each location. We encourage you to stop by our collection drops with donations of non-perishable canned and boxed food items. (No glass jars, please - they can break during handling.) Canned tuna, canned chicken or meats...canned soups, chilis and stews... canned beans....canned fruits....boxed pancake and biscuit mixes...boxed oatmeal and cereals...all are very much in demand. Economical store brands are encouraged. Operation Food Search also provides the needy with items such as zip-lock bags (especially gallon and quart bags)...and toothpaste and toothbrushes. Please - no ramen noodles. On December 3rd, the donations will be gathered and prepared for delivery to the Operation Food Search warehouse in Overland. We are working to co-ordinate a drop off which will allow our members to drive as a group to Operation Food Search to hand over our food drive efforts. For more information, contact Earlwayne Stumpf at or by phone or text at 314/973-3106 about our Regional efforts and how you can help.


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The Holiday Season is Almost HERE -

Regional Holiday Party December 10


he Holidays will be here before we know it. And holiday parties and celebrations will quickly fill our schedules, so now is the time to reserve December 10th for our Regional Christmas Party. This year, Mark at Clear Auto Bra has suggested something a little different...a private party where we won’t have to compete with other holiday party goers for parking spaces...elbow room in busy restaurants...or loud parties in other rooms. Mark is putting together a catered Christmas Party with live music to bring in the holidays. And he promises some extra surprises. This is one party you won’t want to miss. Watch for more details in the December Plauderei. And save December 10th to ring in the Christmas Season with your Porsche friends. Hope to see you there!

Drop off Your Canned or Boxed Food Donations at any of our

Share the Season Food Drive collection points

Porsche St. Louis 9710 Manchester, Rock Hill Car-Craft Auto Body 11537 St. Charles Rock Road, Bridgeton Clear Auto Bra 2328 Centerline Industrial Dr., Maryland Heights Car-Craft Auto Body 47 Caprice Drive, Chesterfield JML Audio of St. Louis 519 Rudder Rd., Ste. A, Fenton Car-Craft Auto Body 3900 Lemay Ferry Rd., Oakville 12

All Porsche Car Show

sponsored by Porsche St. Louis


hat makes a Porsche a collector’s gem? And how do you care for that ‘special’ Porsche? Those were just some of the questions answered at Saturday night kick-off cocktail party of the All Porsche Car Show, sponsored by Porsche St. Louis. A couple beautiful, ‘classic’ Porsches greeted those who gathered at the Doubletree at Westport for the All Porsche Car Show opening Cocktail Party. St. Louis Region member and noted Master of Ceremonies for Porsche events all over the country, Mark Shevitz welcomed and introduced two of our Region’s most renowned auto collectors Reid Vann and Jim Weddle. Each commented on the joys and challenges of collecting rare classic cars such as

Reid’s 1973 Carrera RS

and Jim’s 356 and 1986 959 which greeted all attending the Saturday evening cocktail party.


Sunday morning, the cars featured at Saturday night’s cocktail party were joined on the streets of Clayton by dozens of classic Porsches - vintage and new.

Rows of colorful Porsches lined the streets and thanks to the support of the City of Clayton were allowed to fill the center of Brentwood Boulevard in the heart of the city.


The Porsches attracted an steady stream of spectators who crowded around for a closer look at many of the finest Porsches in the Midwest - old and new, including some of the rarest of all Porsches.

Spectators could also visit displays from our Car Show sponsors - Porsche St. Louis... JML Audio of St. Louis... Clear Auto Bra and The Detailing Pros while waiting for the winners to be announced.


Winners of the 2016 All Porsche Car Show Best Historic Porsche 1948 - 1965 Peter LeBlanc’s 1958 356 Sunroof Coupe

Photos by Jim Singler

Best Vintage Porsche 1966 - 1978 Reid Vann’s

1973 Carrera RS

Best Classic Porsche 1980 - 1989 Wayne Wehmuller’s 1987 Guards Red 944

Best Traditional Porsche 1990- 1998 Matthew Kalina’s 1997 Arena Red 911 C4S Best Contemporary Porsche 1999 - 2016 Tom Schinsky’s 2008 Boxster Spyder 16

Best Contemporary 911 1999 - 2016 Ali Ehsani’s 2014 Vodoo Blue 911 GT3

Kid’s Choice Dan Sokol’s Rhodium Silver 2016 Cayman GT4

Best of Show Jim Weddle’s 1986 959

Continental Tire Acquires Hoosier Racing Tire


ontinental Tire, sponsor of the IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge has acquired Hoosier Racing Tire Corp. of Lakeville, Indiana. Since 1957, Hoosier has been making race tires for individual racers all across the country. A couple decades ago, the brand name tire manufacturers...Goodyear and Goodrich, abandoned hobby racers and focused on the big racing sanctioning body series, leaving amateur racers without a source for new race tires. Luckily, most could turn to Hoosier who stepped up to fill the void. Almost 7 years ago, Continental turned to Hoosier for help when Continental stepped up it’s racing efforts in North America and depended on Hoosier’s help when Continental became lead sponsor

of the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge. Continental didn’t have the manufacturing capacity and dealer support here in the US. Continental and Hoosier began sharing technical and manufacturing information to meet the growing tire needs of the popular racing series. It was natural for Hoosier to eventually fall under the Continental banner. Reports say that the Hoosier will live on and Hoosier will continue to serve individual racers and provide race event support, while Continental will supply capital and engineering and R&D support as the demand for racing tires grows. The deal is not expected to change much at Hoosier’s Lakeville, Indiana facilities in the immediate future, but look for some possible expansion in the not too distant future. 17


Closing out the 2016 DE season -

Porsche St. Louis Fall HPDE


nce again, Mother Nature proved she is a Porsche fan as she delivered clear autumn blue skies and comfortable temperatures for our closing driver’s education week-end of 2016 - our Porsche St. Louis Fall HPDE (High Performance Driver’s Education. The conditions were perfect for taking vehicles to the track without fear of overheating either the car or the driver and instructor. As expected, it was a full house in the garage and on the track as the HPDE once again filled well before the event weekend. Students and instructors enjoyed nearly a clear weekend of track time with only minor breaks to attend to minor delays from time to time. But

all the driving can take it’s toll on drivers. Luckily, conditions were perfect for stretching out

in the autumn sun for a brief respite, while others used the breaks in the driving schedule

to attend to concerns before their next track session. Luckily, there are plenty of willing hands to help when problems arise. 19

Plans are already being laid for the 2017 DE season at Gateway Motorsports Park. Once again, our early plans call for our Spring and Fall HPDE’s to be joined by another PCA Club Race early in the year. We are still co-ordinating with the National Club Race group to get our race on the National calendar.

Our efforts would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors led by Porsche St. Louis, with added support from Clear Auto Bra, JML Audio of St. Louis, West County Auto Body and our our newest sponsor, Franjo Speed. And of course, we are extremely grateful of the tech inspection support provided by Reid Vann and ET Tuning. The dates of our 2017 track events will hopefully be known soon, so watch for the Tentative 2017 Calendar which will be available shortly after the first of the year. And mark your calendars, because these events sell out quickly. Don’t miss out of the fun and fast learning experience.

Photos by Jim Singler E. Stumpf



The Future in the Making


f you haven’t driven past the future home of Porsche St. Louis recently, you are in for a surprise. The site at the intersection of South Hanley and Flora, 1 block south of Manchester and directly across Hanley from Autohaus BMW, is a flurry of activity as construction workers scramble to finish the exterior of the new building before winter sets in. (The smaller building under construction south of the new Porsche facility is not part of the new Porsche St. Louis campus. It is actually Jim Butler’s new Alfa Romero / Maserati center.) Traffic lights at the intersection immediately in front of the new car showroom / service facility will make for easy access to the new location. James Drake, General Manager of Porsche St. Louis, says that at the current rate of progress, the dealership could be relocating to the new facility in a couple months. Watch for the announcement of a special Open House / Tour when the new facility opens.




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Mark Webber hangs up his helmet


orsche factory 919 Hybrid pilot and cowinner of the 2015 World Endurance Championship Mark Webber has decided it is time to leave the racing cockpit. Webber, a long time favorite of F1 fans from his days on the Minardi, Jaguar, Williams and finally, Red Bull F1 teams, quickly captured Porsche fan loyalty when he signed on as part of the 919 Hybrid racing effort in 2014. After a shaky start in 2015, just barely losing the 24 Hours of LeMans to the other factory 919 Hybrid, Webber found his groove in mid-season and the Mark Webber, Timo Bernard, and Brendon Hartley 919 went on a 4-race winning streak to claim the championship at the close of the 2015 season. It was Webber’s first world championship in any form of racing. 2016 has been a mixed bag for the #1 919 pilots, but the year has been far more good than bad, so Webber has decided it might be best to call it a career at age 40. Webber told reporters before the WEC Fuji race in mid-October that he was finding it difficult to maintain the razor’s edge concentration required in racing today, and he could no longer ‘race half-hearted’. Webber noted that it would be better to leave when you still had a little more to give than find you stuck around a year or two too long and had become a drag on the team. Webber will close out his career as a Porsche factory WEC driver after the final 2016 WEC race in Bahrain on November 19. Mark will remain with Porsche as a “special representative”. His exact responsibilities have yet to be defined, but it is believed he will focus on new driver development and serve as a brand ambassador representing Porsche AG at public functions around the world. Rumors say that Porsche factory 911 pilots Nick Tandy or Earl Bamber are the most likely candidates to fill the void in the 919 teams after Webber’s retirement.



Heartland Park on the mend

t’s been a long road for the Heartland Park Motorsports complex outside Topeka, Kansas. Once a gleaming motorsports gem after it’s opening in 1989, the facility had fallen on some hard times. In the last decade of the 20th century, Heartland Park was riding high - the headquarters of the Sports Car Club of America Club Racing program and home of the SCCA National Championships from 2006 through 2008, the track surface began breaking up, and there wasn’t enough money to make repairs. Events dwindled, revenues dried up and the track declined even further. The SCCA took it’s National Championships to other tracks...local car clubs stopped sponsoring events...and the track went through several management teams trying to come back to life. In January of this year, the complex was bought by the Shelby Development, LLC team which promised the Topeka City Council that it would make repairs. Throughout 2016, the drag strip held a steady schedule of events, and a few events were held on the dirt track, but the large road course remained unused. Finally, the track owners have turned their attention to the road course, and repairs are underway. The Kansas City Region Driving Committee Chairs recently toured the repairs and sent out a report to PCA track event fans. The track’s new road course manager, Jeff Lacina, took the KC PCA DE team out on the track to show that the track surface is being ground off the entire 4 mile long road course. 3” of the asphalt surface is being ground off to uncover the track base, uncovering several areas where the base needed substantial repairs. Once the track base was repaired, the new surface began going down in 2 - 1 1/5 inch layers. All new virgin asphalt (no recycled material in the mix) is being laid down. The formula is the same asphalt mix that was used when the NASCAR Kansas Speedway was repaved, so hopefully, this track surface will last and provide excellent traction and safety. Work is scheduled to be finished before winter sets in to give the track a winter to settle in and hopefully, the Heartland Park road course will be back in business for the 2017 season. The Heartland Park management team is working to win the local car clubs back to the 2017 schedule. Both Kansas City Region and the KC BMW Club are working with the track to schedule return events for next year. Watch our 2017 Schedule of Events for the KC events. Heartland Park was a challenging track and should hopefully return to it’s past glory.


Willkommen St. Louis Region welcomes our newest members. We invite you to participate in our Region’s activities. We look forward to meeting you soon. Bryan Bird Webster Groves, MO 63119 ‘12 911 Carrera Aziz Rahim Muhammad Florissant, MO 63034 ‘15 Macan S Christopher Smith Ballwin, MO 63021 ‘04 Boxster

Dan Button Ellisville, MO 63112 ‘88 911 Carrera

Ray Cook Chesterfield, MO 63017 ‘13 911 Carrera S

Trisha Robison Edwardsville, IL 62025 ‘16 Macan S

Curtis Schepers Columbia, MO 65202 ‘86 928 S

Rosanne Sutter Caseyville, IL 62232 ‘12 911 Turbo S

Elijah Thimsen St. Louis, MO 63118 ‘99 Boxster

November Anniversaries Member

Years in Region

Reid & Liz Vann 47 Ken & Mary Patterson 43 John & Jean Reusch 33 William Covington 25 James Hartig 20 Grenville & Dianne Sutcliffe 19 Larry & Jason Lipsitz 18 Jon Rhodes 17 Dan & Victoria Hinkebein 15 Ian MacEachern 15 Dennis & Zora Parrott 15 Dennis & Darwin Berger 14 Harely Smith 12 Wm & Nancy Marsden 9 Kip Bilderbach 8 Hugh Curran 6 Scott & Shelly Ririe 6



Years in Region

Curtiss Koman 5 Joseph Playford 5 Karl Robinson 5 Aaron Tang 5 Henry & Mary Autrey 4 Robt & Ann Cerame 4 Blane Ecsedy 4 Charles & Barbara Cheek 3 Larry & Mary Robertson 3 Bob & Melanie Tamsky 3 William Hutton 2 Kevin Howard 1 Jeff McDonald 1 Robert Morse 1 Bill Moss 1 Stan Stewart 1 Ann Sutter 1 Dana Wendt 1

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For Sale: 1993 Porsche 968. 117,xxx miles, Dark Blue, new clutch, everything works, excellent condition, cold AC, no rust, perfect wheels, very well cared for. Make offer. Bernie Sunier at 314/740-3840

For Sale: 2014 Cayman S. White w/ Platinum Grey interior. heated steering wheel. PASM, Xenon headlamps, Bose sound system, sat radio, Leather package, Convenience package, 13xxx miles. Original owner, excellent condtion. Asking 54k. Vicki Flier at 314/650-6261

For Sale: Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, New & unmounted, 2 - 235/35 ZR19s and 2 - 305/30ZR19s. New from Tire Rack would cost $1,248.50. Will sell for $1,000. Sold my C4S before I needed new tires. Contact Gary Morrow at 314 / 580-4605.

Free to a Good Home - Carpeted floor mats for a 996 Black, Call Harley Smith 314-863-0808 For Sale: 4 Porsche 997 Lobster Claw Wheels w/ tires, Approx 4000 mi. 2 - 19x11 w/ Michelin Pilot Sport 235/30ZR19 & 2 - 235/35ZR19. Center caps not included. 5x130 bolt pattern. $1200 OBO.

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And Service that SETS the Standard

Trust your car to experienced Master Technicians who set the pace in the field of quality European car service technicians with decades of experience in ‘pampering’ high performance and luxury European vehicles. • Expert fuel injection service • State-of-the-Art Hunter ‘no-touch’ tire mounting and balancing • The latest electronic diagnotic equipment Count on us to help your Porsche deliver the performnance that was originally designed into your vehicle. Let Reid Vann help you inject new life and excitement into your Porsche.

Visit us online at Reid Vann, Inc.

9331 manchester road (314) 968-4100


Mark your calendar! Listed with the date and the event is the name and contact information where you can get more information. Note: Club Board meetings are open to all, and members are welcome to attend. Nov. 3 - Tischzeit Thursday, Schneithorst’s Bier Cellar Pam Wingbermuehle - Nov. 9 - General Membership Meeting, Franjo Speed, Chesterfield Steve Warren - Nov. 10-12 - Porsche Palooza, Eureka Springs, Arkansas Nov. 19 - CPG Dinner at Grand Cru Restaurant, Columbia, MO J Thrash - Nov. 25-Dec. 3 - Share the Season Food Drive Earlwayne Stumpf - Dec. 10 - Regional Christmas Party, Clear Auto Bra Earlwayne Stumpf - Dec. 11 - CPG Dinner at 44 Stone Restaurant in Columbia, MO J Thrash - Dec. 14 - Changing of the Guard / Planning Meeting



e-Plauderei - November 2016  

Monthly electronic newsletter of St. Louis Region, Porsche Club of America

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