der Riesenbaum
In this Issue
President's Message
From the Editor
Holiday Party
Zone 7 Concours
Kurt's Korner
Mendocino Tour
Autocross Results
2014 Porsche 911 Turbo S
Redwood History
Board Meeting Minutes
Membership Report
Membership Information
Redwood Region Contacts
der Marktplatz
Upcoming Events at a Glance


Click on the event name for a link to additional details, including contact and RSVP information.  Event dates subject to change. Click here  to view the full 2013 Redwood Region calender online.
November, 2013
December 2013 - January 2014

Click here for a single-page 2013 Redwood Region calendar in PDF format.

President's Message

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by Vern Rogers, Redwood Region President


Now that we are into November and the year is winding down, so are Redwood Region's events. By the time you read this, the Lunch Run to Dillon Beach and the Calendar meeting will have come and gone, and the Holiday Party will be the only remaining event on this year's full schedule. It has been quite a year, and a little rest will be most welcome. I hope to see you at the party, and I expect that your holidays are filled with fun times spent with family and friends.


Last month I mentioned Escape to L.A. Seven Redwood members attended along with folks from the Loma Prieta (LPR) and Golden Gate (GGR) regions, as well as a host of folks from Zone 8 and across the country. Susan and I decided to caravan down in our '05 997 with a mostly LPR group on Wednesday the 23rd. The group met in Morgan Hill early in the day for what turned out to be a seven hour drive consisting of inventive ways to stay together through the freeway congestion while traveling to our destination in Pomona. Thank goodness for radios and quick, excellent handling cars! 


The Sheraton Fairplex Hotel was fabulous -- very nice rooms, many of them suites with views of the beautifully landscaped grounds. The restaurant in the hotel and those in the surrounding area were very good as well. The two meals that were part of the event were also excellent, particularly the multi-station style food that was served before the drive-in movie. This was a pretty interesting event that was staged in one of the hotel parking lots with a giant movie screen faced by arched rows of cars. Audio was broadcast to the FM radios in our cars (station 106.3 I believe); it was pretty slick.


Just after parking for the movie, a guy backed up to me in a green '69 911. Turns out it was Magnus Walker. Those who know Magnus will remember that one of his many Porsches is a white 911 with a red hood...I guess I should have driven down in my '83 SC (white with a red hood). I asked him why he backed in (considering the movie screen would not be visible while sitting in his front seats): he replied, "for a quick get-away"!


In addition to the food and the drive-in movie, I had two other "Escape" favorites. One was the tour of Mulholland Drive which stitched back together many, if not all, of the original parts of the road, and ended with us heading up the coast to the Mullin Automobile Museum in Oxnard. This is an incredible collection of French cars primarily from the 1930s. Many of the cars from that era had engines making between 140 to 160 bhp, however this was from large four and five liter displacement power plants; efficiency has come a long way. Some of the museum's cars and those that participated in Escape to L.A. can be seen here.


My second "other" favorite was a surprise. It was the interview that Redwood member and Panorama Editor Pete Stout did with early Porsche racer Ruth Levy. Considering Ms. Levy was racing in the mid 1950's, she has got to be getting on in age however that did not affect her bright and articulate communication, nor her comedic timing. She was hilarious, witty and very entertaining and I was privileged to make her acquaintance.


In an effort to keep the stress low and the vacation-like feel high, Susan and I had booked the hotel through and including Sunday. We got up Monday morning after the traffic had quieted a bit, ate a leisurely breakfast, and headed to the I-210, over to the I-5, and straight back to the Bay Area. As the trip back included some pretty strong rain showers, we concluded that our Indian Summer had come to an end on a high-note while participating in Escape to L.A.


That's all for now...down the road,


Redwood Region Elections: Please Remeber to Vote by November 28, 2013



It's time to vote in the annual election for Redwood Region officers. Biographies of the candidates running for President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer have been posted in the October issue of der Riesenbaum and are also included on the ballot.


All Redwood Region Active, Family-Active, Affiliate and Life Members in good standing are eligible to vote. Voting will be open until Thursday, November 28, 2013.


Thank you for taking a minute to vote for your 2014 Redwood Region officers.



The Redwood Region Board of Directors  

From the Editor

Jerry Gladstone Treasurer Headshot
by Jerry Gladstone, der Riesenbaum Interim Co-Editor

I recently got a copy of Randy Leffingwell's new book, Porsche 911: Fifty Years. The book is gorgeous and very comprehensive covering the design and history of the 911 from the original concept through the Type 991. Drawings, sketches, and of course, fantastic photographs illustrate the interesting text. The people involved in the saga of the 911 are also well chronicled as is the 911's racing history. It will take me many weeks to completely read and enjoy this fantastic work in its entirety. I hope to do a full review of the book soon. But why wait for me; it would make a wonderful holiday gift for the Porsche enthusiast or for yourself.

Though the year's programs are winding down, there are still events to read about and some activities to enjoy in coming months. In this issue please see the articles on recent events: Escape to L.A. (Vern's column), Annual Members' Meeting (Kurt's Korner) and the season's  final Zone 7 Concours in Livermore (Steve and Barbara McCrory).

The deadline for registering for the Saturday, December 7th Holiday Party is approaching fast. Be sure to sign up -- you really do not want to miss this one!

Also, remember to vote for 2014 officers.

Looking out a little further, the first event of the year is the One-One-Fun Run on New Years Day; an event that has been enjoyed by many in past years.

Happy reading and enjoy!
holidayRedwood Region Holiday Party ... December 7, 2013
Holiday Party
Link to:  You will choose your entree during registration.  Registration closes December 1.
Questions?  Don Magdanz or call 415.258.0242 

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Zone 7 Concours - Porsche of Livermore

by Steve McCrory, Redwood Region Member, photos by Barbara McCrory, Webmaster
Zone 7 Porsche Club members gathered October 6th for the last Concours event of the year, hosted by Zone 7 and Porsche of Livermore. Twenty-two entrants arrived early to put the finishing touches and final preparations on an array of outstanding examples of Porsche's automotive legacy. 
Porsche of  Livermore  
   An additional 6 cars were on display, but not judged, including Diablo Region member Bill Packwood's 914-6.
Bill Packwood's 914-6
final cleaning

  A final clean before judging

Two Judging teams headed by Larry Sharp and Steve Lefczik were tasked with determining the order of final results (including a judge-off for one of the categories). Positions were sometimes determined by only a point or two.


Scores were tallied (someone brought Les Schreiber lunch) while entrants enjoyed a lunch provided by Porsche of Livermore that included three kinds of pasta dishes, salads, and dessert. The service bay provided eye candy on the lifts and walls.


Paul Czopek, Zone 7 representative and entrant with his own Cayman, conducted the award ceremony that provided a trophy for the top 3 entrants in each class. Redwood members winning their respective classes included Bob Schoenherr in UR-8 and Barbara McCrory in WS-9.


All-in-all this was a great ending event to wind up the Zone 7 Concours Series for 2013.  Special thanks to Paul Czopek, Zone 7 representative, Porsche of Livermore, and all the entrants and volunteers that came together for this season-ending Concours event. All proceeds of this event went to charity. 


First Time Entrant -- Resoration 356 entered by Rick Avril

And so, we packed up our Q-Tips, yellow microfiber cloths, detail wax and trophies and headed off into the sunset thinking of Concours Prep and Judging School and the coming 2014 Zone 7 Concours Series.

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Kurt's Korner: Annual Members' Meeting 

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by Kurt Fischer, Past President, Redwood Region


Dateline: Sunday, October 20, 2013 (Time for the Annual Members' Meeting)


Forty-five Redwood Region members gathered at Chevy's in Novato for a tour on the great Marin County back roads heading towards the Union Hotel in Occidental. Other than a few very slooooooow drivers on OUR local back roads, we arrived safe and sound after a 55-mile run.

Kurt's Pre-Drive Briefing 


The Annual Meeting was an introduction to the members of the officer candidates for 2014. Our Bylaws call for an open meeting to hear from candidates for Redwood Region's 2014 board of directors, and hear we did!


The private room at the Union Hotel was abuzz with conversations from every table...the din was actually a low roar! The Union Hotel's helpful and attentive staff served a yummy lunch; their food and service is truly outstanding!


After lunch the first candidate up to speak was our current President, Vern Rogers, who announced that he was running for President in 2014; this expected proclamation garnered much applause from the crowd. Vern has done an excellent job keeping this unruly group focused and has made great efforts trying to please I well know, that oftentimes is NOT an easy task!


Next up to speak was Mike Hinton, running as a candidate for Vice President; to say the least, Mike is up to the position's roles and responsibilities. In this Region, the VP has many vital tasks and is key member of the board.


Studying the Menu at the Union Hotel 

Craig Steele, running as a candidate for Secretary, was out of town at an important family function and sent a message that he was willing and able to serve as Secretary for another year. The Secretary's role is primarily the thankless task of keeping precise notes of all that happens at each of Redwood Region's board meetings...well done Craig!


Finally Jerry Gladstone, who is running for another term as Treasurer, got his two cents in (pun intended!) regarding Redwood Region's financial health and how he will continue to keep the books straight and true during 2014.


With the conclusion of the official meeting, we departed the town of Occidental and returned back to our respective homes or off to roads and parts unknown; another successful meeting was in the can.


By now you should have all received via e-mail the special election announcement with the link to our online voting procedure. Voting is allowed through November 28: if you have not yet voted, please do so before then!


Over and out,


photos by Jerry Gladstone 

Cars Dawydiak


Mendocino Tour - November 2013

by Steve McCrory, Redwood Region Member, photos by Barbara McCrory, Redwood Region Webmaster

A long standing tradition for the Sacramento Valley Region (SVR) is the annual Mendocino Tour, led by Rik Larson it is three days and two nights of great scenery, challenging roads, and renewed friendships with fellow Porsche enthusiasts (36 cars and 72 people attended). The tour started at Niello Porsche in Rocklin, stopped by Winters to gather the rest of the SVR members and headed over to Geyserville via Highway 128.  
Winters Rotary Plaza
Ray Fiore and Victoria Pouches led the Redwood Region group starting in Geyserville. With SVR following, we drove up Highway 101 through Cloverdale, back to Highway 128 through Boonville for lunch and wine tasting at the Handley Cellars organic winery. located in the beautiful Anderson Valley.  


Some people stopped in Boonville to get a growler (no, "growlers" are not a canine adoption agency, but a chance to sample local beers in larger containers). Anderson Valley Brewing Company has been Bahl Hornin' (good drinking) since 1987. The growler was sighted again along with bottles of wine at the social hour Friday night in the Larson room. Visit the brewing company website for an explanation of the local language, Boontling.


Saturday's choices included a round of miniature golf, kite flying on the Mendocino headlands, shopping, or just relaxing and listening to the sound of the ocean waves from the balcony of the hotel. Winds on Saturday were quite strong as evidenced by the kites and hats that went flying out of control. 


      Ray had technical difficulties with his kite

                                Struggles with kites


   Some found it easier to stay in the car with the kite.

        Despite best efforts sometimes the kite escaped.
Who knew kites came with wind speed warnings


Prizes were awarded at the Saturday night social for both minature golf and kite flying. Barbara McCrory won the prize for smallest kite and Victoria Pouches won the perpetual "putter" award for her score of 99.


Ray also organized the Saturday night dinner at Silver's at the Wharf in Noyo Harbor along with a fine selection of wine to complement dinner - Husch Vineyards Chardonnay or Barra of Mendocino Pinot Noir was served.  

Dinner coming in on the boat in Noyo Harbor












Sunday found some sleeping in or staying another day -- others got up early enough to go to the Fort Bragg Grange where its historical pancake breakfast is served the first Sunday of every month...can't wait until next year!



Autocross Results


The following link will take you to the Autocross results hosted on the Redwood Region website. Autocross Results



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2014 Porsche 911 Turbo S

2014 Porsche 911 Turbo S
Article courtesy of Niello Porsche, Rocklin, CA



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Redwood History: Porsche 911 Scores Upset Win at Tuner Car Meet

by Barbara McCrory, Webmaster, Redwood Region  

1967 911 scores first in Euro class, Honda Civic scores first in Honda class photo by Mike McCrory

Recently, the Grease Monkey Krew and Alvarez Car Wash in Ukiah teamed up to host their first car show. Just
like a Concours, registration started way too early in the morning -- 8:00 am. Unlike a Concours, there was a brief inspection of all the cars that entered the car show -- no stock cars need apply!


Check out the size of the trophies -- you would need a taller trophy case for these! You may have seen these cars in action if you have been to a Redwood Autocross in the past.  

1967 Porsche  911
October 2007 TTOD-L Barbara McCrory 1967 Porsche 911 photo by Mike McCrory


1995 Honda Civic
March 2008 TTOD-M Mike McCrory 1995 Honda Civic photo by Barbara McCrory

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Board Meeting Minutes

by Craig Steele, Redwood Region Secretary

Redwood Region Board Meeting Minutes - The minutes from the October 29, 2013 Board meeting will be available after approval at the November meeting. Read previous board meeting minutes here.
Our next Board Meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on November 26, at Ghiringhelli Pizzeria Grill & Bar, 1535 South Novato Blvd., Novato. All members are welcome to attend.
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Membership Report

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by Bob Schoenherr, Redwood Region Membership Director

Membership is strong with five new members and four transfers in this month. Members John Bryne and Jose Garcia have 38 years of membership under their belts; Charles Wailes and Richard Monsanto have 31 and 30 years of membership respectively. I remember John at many autocrosses with his 911 RS -- that was one fast AX car. I wonder what happened to that car, John?!?!?   


The month of October was filled with fun events for any Porsche lover. Anita and I finished our Zone 7 concours series participation in Livermore. The "Green Machine" finished the series with a perfect record for the year. We had a blast at the Autocross Enduro at Santa Rosa Airport and even took in a wine tour up in our neck of the woods.  

Our big surprise happened in Santa Fe, NM. I needed to use some vacation time, we wanted to see my parents, go to the International Balloon Fiesta, and spend a couple days in Santa Fe. We had a great time in New Mexico without knowing that the 356 West Coast Holiday was going on in Santa Fe. Much to our delight as we left Albuquerque and headed towards Santa Fe we saw a few 4-wheel bathtubs making their way to Santa Fe. We first thought we must have just got lucky, but once we entered the Santa Fe Plaza there were over 100 356s. WOW!!! Then we found out it was the 356 West Coast Holiday. Great photos of the event are at Chasing Santa Fe Blogspot. My Photos can be seen on my Flickr page. 

We saw Porsche 356s from 1949 to 1965 -- all the way from full restoration beauties to survivors. It was great to share this with my sister and her husband. Anita and I picked out the 356 we would want to cruise the Redwood Region. Bummer, it is still but a dream! Moral of the story: if you are leaving our local area, always check to see what events the other PCA regions or the various Porsche registries have scheduled. You just may get lucky like we did!!!

As always, please 
feel free to email me at or call me at 707.995.5082 with any questions.




New Members

   Primary Members


Transfers in

   Affiliate Members


Transfers out

   Dual Members




   Total Members





Welcome New Members to the Redwood Region -- we hope to see you at an upcoming event.








Prior Region

Jorge Couce   

Pamela Couce

San Rafael,


Boxster 98 Silver


James Davison   




997 GT3 Black


Jeffrey L Jacobs   




356 Other


Robert A Whisten   

Jodine Whisten

Saint Helena


911 C4 Gray


Alfred R Ghanayem   


Mill Valley,


997 Arctic Silver

Florida Crown

Chris Harrell   

Veronica Harrell

Mill Valley


928 S4 Blue

San Gabriel

David M Margulies   

Mary Margulies





John R Anderson


San Anselmo


RS America Red



Ronnie S Uy   


American Canyon


911 Blue

California Central Coast

 October Anniversaries (5 years and over)






John Byrne


Point Richmond, CA


Jose Garcia


Novato, CA


Charles Wailes


San Rafael, CA


Raymond Manzano


Santa Rosa, CA


Richard Elb


Novato, CA


William Newton


Santa Rosa, CA


Dave Benson


Sonoma, CA


David Danchuk


Point Arena, CA


Scott Alber


Fairfax, CA


Eric Christensen


Sausalito, CA


Edward Lee


Ross, CA


Milann Reynolds


Crescent City, CA


Frank Altamura


Napa, CA


Charles Wear


Santa Rosa, CA


Christian Harrell


San Rafael, CA


Jay Polak


Cotati, CA


David Lundgren


Mill Valley, CA


Bruce Mooers


Napa, CA


Thomas Noonan


Trinidad, CA


Ronan Papillaud


Mill Valley, CA


John Wooster


Ross, CA


Lawrence Proctor


Santa Rosa, CA


John Trefethen


Napa, CA


Kate Carrade


Novato, CA


Michael Hinton


Saint Helena, CA


Thorsten Kopitzki


Mill Valley, CA


Warren Weagant


Sausalito, CA


JC Buller


Napa, CA


John Siragusa


Petaluma, CA



Membership information is based on the Porsche Club of America National database. If you feel that any of the information included in this Membership Report is inaccurate, please contact the Editor or Membership Director.

Membership Information

Please contact Bob Schoenherr, Membership Director for general information about Club membership, including changes of address and/or contact information, dual-membership inquiries, inter-region transfers, membership referrals, and name badges.

Redwood Region Members are welcome and encouraged to attend monthly Board Meetings, held on the last Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7:00 p.m. at Ghiringhelli Pizzeria Grill & Bar, 1535 South Novato Blvd., Novato.
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Porsche 928 Fuchs  

Got Wheels?

Several sets of four platinum anodized 928 Fuchs FORGED Flat Dish "S" wheels available.

Size is 7J x 16.  ET65 backspacing.  Part # 928 361 021 05.
Approximately 18.5 lbs each.  Strongest, lightest wheels Porsche offered.
Some minor cosmetic flaws, but perfect for track or winter wheels.

$200 for a set of four.  (also have two in silver finish same size $50 each.)  Used up sticky tires included free of charge!  James Heisey:

wheel dolly   


Move your extra Porsche, etc. around tight areas for storage.
Set of 4 wheel dollies, once used to store my 914. Excellent condition. $50 for set. 

John FitzGerald 707-290-1635. 



lift hoist

shop press
Norco model 86000 6000# scissor lift hoist, 36" lift, 110 volt $1200/OBO Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415 332 9331
Snap-on WB250 computer wheel balancer/ with adhesive weights $900/OBO Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415 332 9331
12 ton Central Hydraulics shop press $125/OBO Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415 332 9331


 Fikse Wheels 11x18, 8.5x18 Sized for a 2004 GT3 but will fit many others even a Boxster with rear spacers. .Like new!! $2900/OBO Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415.332.9331



 2000 Boxster wheels 7/55 & 8.5/50 Good condition, not perfect $400/OBO Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415.332.9331 


racing seat

racing seat

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Sparco Evo racing seat $250/OBO Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415 332 9331
Euro GT3 black leather racing seat, fits sooo well! $750/OBO Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415 332 9331

2000-2004 Boxster S front bumper,  arctic silver   $350/OBO

Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415 332 9331


roof transport system

For Sale - Porsche Cayenne OEM Roof Transport System (2002-2010)  

Plus 2 Porsche OEM Bike racks - $475.00 for complete set


Mike Nikolov 415-497-0339 


1999 Porsche Boxster For Sale 1999 Boxster Arctic Silver,Boxster Red interior, Tiptronic, 110K miles 

I purchased this Boxster with 74K miles and have the original CarFax that came with it when I took ownership. I have made the following upgrades to the car (partial list): Pedros' Enthusiast motor mount, Techno Brace, LN Engineering ceramic IMS bearing kit, upgraded silicon RMS, new crankcase bolts, Porsche ROW M030 sport suspension, 2001 Boxster S Big Red calipers and cross drilled rotors, GT3 front brake cooling ducts, GAAH top with glass rear window, Fabspeed headers and Dansk sport muffler. Extensive service records with oil and filter changes at 5K miles as well as all maintenance items including Tiptronic transmission service at 90K miles. Parts replaced include OEM water pump, thermostat, windshield, fuel pump, rear wheel bearings and rear axle housing. The car was completely sanded down, all dings removed and repainted with Porsche factory Arctic Silver and clear coat. Boxster 550 Spyder tail lights, fogged head lights replaced with upgraded European non-egg yolk lights and clear side marker lights. Worn seats replaced. Interior has full leather option. No history of collisions. Tires are Hankook V12 rear with 6/32 tread and fronts are Sumitomo ZRIII with 5/32 tread. OBC hack done so mpg, temp, average speed and speed chime can be accessed. Everything works as it should, AC blows cold. I have all manuals and receipts. Includes Porsche OEM fitted outdoor car cover and OEM leather bra. Call for complete information and history. Price $13,500.

Ron Breeze    707-486-2049 


orsche 2005 Historic Calendar Book - original sealed, Collector's Item $50 415-299-7563








Porsche Panorama Collection. January 1997 through December 2012 -- complete except for the November 2007 issue. In pristine condition; ideal for the collector or Porsche history buff.  Free ... just come by and pick them up. 

Jerry Gladstone 






1973 Porsche 914 1973 Porsche 914 2.0     

Asking Price: $14,500

Information:  I am the third owner of the car.  The first owners were teachers from Pasadena who purchased the car new in 73 in Los Angeles.  The second owner purchased it from them in 1978 and remained in Los Angeles until relocating to Mountain View in the mid 80's.  The car was actively driven at various SCCA and PCA timed rally events. The owner sold because of her arthritis and inability to enjoy the car. It was resprayed it in the early 90's. I literally had to interview and show my PCA credentials for consideration as a buyer.  The paint is in very good condition, the entire engine was removed, with the bay completely cleaned and all issues mitigated. When I purchased it, the car was located in a shrine/garage surrounded by 35 years of rare Porsche memorabilia.  It has original mini-rally badges from Vasek Polak, PCA, and SCCA events in Southern California at Riverside. In the service book, it has service stamps by Andial -- truly historic material. The car has about 9k miles a year for about 360k miles, and every service is documented with mileage logs.  For over a decade prior to my purchase it has been serviced by Heyer Performance in Mountain View; they can be called as a reference.            EJ Achtner    Skype:  EJ_Achtner   





Carrera wheels 996/986 Carrera 5 spoke wheels.

8x18 (225 X 40's) & 10x18's(285 X 30's). With Conti Sport Contact N2's which will need replacement soon. Wheels are in exceptional shape and except for one small rock ding on one spoke they are "as new". Low miles still have original factory weights. For someone wishing to mount in a 986 I also have 24mm spacers and extended wheel bolts (for rear wheels) for that application. All for $800 OBO.

B. Kelly      707-933-8199    






Classified ads for Porsches and Porsche-related parts or accessories are available at no charge to PCA members and may be submitted to the editor via email by the 15th of each month to be included in the next month's issue of der Riesenbaum. Ads will run for three months, space permitting, unless canceled by the seller. Classified ads are also included in the der Marktplatz section on our Club website. Editor may modify ad copy as needed based on space constraints, and is not responsible for content, errors or omissions. Commercial ads are not accepted. Please contact Sponsorship Director Simone Kopitzki at 415.299.7563 for sponsorship information and rates.   

Der Riesenbaum is the official newsletter of the Porsche Club of America, Redwood Region, encompassing Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, and Sonoma Counties. This publication is intended to inform Club members about Club activities and other related matters of interest. The opinions expressed in der Riesenbaum are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Porsche Club of America, Redwood Region, its officers, or its members.


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