Imagine receiving this from PCA National.
photo! Just what we’re lookingfor!!
Your photo was chosen as thePorsche Of
The Week in the latest issue of the PCA eBrake weeklynewsletter.
It’s hard to pick one stunning photo from
the 40-50 Ireceive every month. I can only pick 4-5 for a given month then the
rest goback in the queue. I’m happy to say I’msending your photo up to
the eBrake folks. Look for it very soon.
Each month, we will feature thePorsche of
the Week photos from the previous month. Then we will tally thevotes and crown
a new Porsche of the Month winner.
PCA—Griot’s Garage is sponsoringour
Porsche Photo of the Week contest. Starting with the October monthly
recap,winners will receive a Griot’s Garage Concours Lawn Kit, a $99.99 value.
Wewill also randomly award a PotW voter each month a PFM Speed Shine Kit,
a$28.99 value. All you have to do is cast a vote for your favorite
My best to you. John Novotnak
Our very own Al Price (Concours Chair) received this from PCA.
His Car, a 1977 911S which was basically a barn find evolved. In his words;
The car is a 1977 Porsche 911S, someone added the rear RS flares. I found the car in Auburn at Renntech, it was sitting for four years with no engine or trans and two inches of water inside, I did the deal and towed the vehicle to the shop and in a month and a half drove it to Easy in the bay area. ( Super fun) I have auto crossed the car, tracked it & it does the Zone 7 Concours series which it won second overall this year. I drive the car about 5000 miles a year to all of the events I do. The car is a Hot Rod and a Rally Car look and pure fun!!
Soon Werks will be upon us. Before you know it August 24th will be here and you will be there or wish you were. Registration opens this month.
|7:00 – 9:00 AM
||Cars placed on field and in parking corral
|7:00 – 10:00 AM
||Breakfast and coffee carts available
|9:30 – 12:00 PM
|10:00 – 4:00 PM
||Cash bar stocked with a wide variety of beers, wines and spirits.
|11:00 – 1:00 PM
||Lunch available from onsite vendors
|2:00 – 3:00 PM
||View cars, socialize, have fun!
El Santo (whose real name was Rodolfo Guzman Huerta) was born on Sept. 23, 1917 in Tulancigo, Hidalgo, Mexico. He first appeared in the ring under the name “EL SANTO” eight years later (debuting July 26, 1942). He continued to wrestle until Sept. 12, 1982 (his last match being at the El Toreo de Cuatro Caminos in Mexico.) So his professional wrestling career spanned a total of 48 years! Santo started out as a “rudo” (bad guy) in the ring, but years later (in the early sixties) decided that becoming a technico (good guy) would greatly enhance his career. We heard that this is the time most people thought he got smart. As his wrestling career took off, so did his love for sports cars. He was well known for driving most everything from MG’S to Mercedes. It was rumored that he also owned a British Racing Green Carmen Ghia. There are a few You Tube videos about him and his cars. He passed away in February 1984. Despite his demise at the age of 65, a couple of our members spotted what must have been his ghost driving one of his favorites. Having married three times and being favored with twelve children, he understood legacies and appreciated a good woman. In these photos he is chauffeuring one of the Queens of the Carnaval Jalostotitlan Parade 2017. Notice the Mexico license plates. Good cars are appreciated around the world.
Sacramento Valley Region is also known for their cars, and their people. We were one of the first regions to bring our club to the web. If you haven’t visited our Vimeo site, you should. Want to see what we’ve been up to? Visit our Shutterfly site. Did I mention Twitter? or Facebook? Somebody mentioned the other night that we’re on the cutting edge. Of course from then on, everything was cutting edge. Even our dogs…. Ok, I stole this photo from somewhere but I’m sure one of our dogs is really cool and spends a little time in a Porsche. We’re on the cutting edge not because of our website, our technology or social media. We are here because of our members. One of the discussions at our last board meeting was our events are filling up too quickly. That’s a bad thing but it also indicates the level of participation of our membership.
This year we launch a new website. It’s a little different than some but what we continue to do is strive support our member’s interests. You’ll find that it’s phone & tablet friendly. Hope you enjoy wandering through.