In this Issue
President's Message
From the Editor
On Being Vice President
Golden Gate AX School
Porsches on the Plaza
Redwood Autocross #5
Autocross Results
Concours in Paradise
Sequoia Mammoth Lakes Tour
Field Stone Wine Tour
Werks Reunion
Why I sold my 911 for a Cayman 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 2014 Redwood Region calender online.
June 2014
July 2014

Click here  for a single-page 2014 Redwood Region calendar in PDF format.

President's Message

vern rogers headshot 2011
by Vern Rogers, Redwood Region President

Parade is almost here! Two weeks from this writing, I will be in Monterey along with many of the rest of you in the midst of lots and lots of Porsches and Porsche Club members from other Regions. This is the first Parade I have been able to attend and I am very interested to see how it compares to my three visits to Escape (Albuquerque, Flagstaff and Los Angeles). There will be more people and more cars to be certain. It takes a vast number of volunteers to make an event like this fly. I hope you are taking advantage of the extra connections afforded by being one of these people.


Speaking of volunteers, I want to acknowledge our own Barbara McCrory and Jerry Gladstone for the above and beyond gift of their time to co-edit der Riesenbaum over the past two years. This additional contribution is a real stretch as they have continued in their main roles as Webmaster and Treasurer for the Region. Thank you two so very, very much.


Both Jerry and Barbara are stepping out of this additional role at the end of this year. We have tried repeatedly to enroll/engage one or more individuals/members in being mentored as Newsletter Editor over the last year and a half. This has not been successful to date. I am writing today to ask again for volunteers to take over the shepherding of this publication. Unless someone(s) steps up in the next 4 months or so we will lose this wonderful, informative, and entertaining Region resource. Please, please do think about giving your time and efforts in support of your Region in this valuable and necessary way. We need your help. Interested/willing parties can contact me, Barbara, Jerry, or any other Board Member.


That is not the only way you as a single member can become a part of the "inner-circle" and share in the direction and running of the Redwood Region. We will have a normal nominating committee run by the most recent Past President once again this year, and are actively looking for Vice-Presidential candidates now. No Mike is not leaving, but he has agreed to run for next year's Presidential spot, and most if not all other Board members have agreed to serve in their current spots if asked/elected. That will leave a hole in the VP spot on the election ticket. The VP has control over what is listed in the Region Calendar and posts Redwood events on the National Calendar. He/She also takes over for the President in the event that the President is unable to fulfill his/her duties. Please see Mike's article below for what it is like to hold the VP position.


On another note, I want to put out thanks to the members of Loma Prieta Region for another great Zone 7 Concours and Swap Meet at Parts Heaven in Hayward. I had a great time and even made a little money from those parts that have been sitting in my garage all winter. It was nice to see Bob Schoenherr and Anita Benzing with the Green Machine, as well as Larry and KC Sharp . I also enjoyed Rod Moore, his son, and Simone and Thorsten Kopitzky who all shared a couple of "retail-spots" on the street. Many of us have parts that we have taken off of our car(s) and are just storing. The Swap Meet is a lot of fun, allows you to pass your used parts to fellow enthusiasts, and lets you make a buck at the same time. You've missed it for this year, but I am sure it will be back next June.


That's all for now.  Down the road (in Monterey!)



From the Editor

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


Vern, in his Presidents message wrote that Barbara (McCrory) and I will be completing our terms as co-editors of der Riesenbaum at the end of this year. We took on this responsibility near the end of 2012 when our previous editor, Chris Harrell, relocated to Southern California in a career-related move. This role was supposed to be only for a few months until a new editor was identified. Here we are almost two years later and no one has come forward to lead the Region's main communications vehicle.


The vacancy of an editor for the Club's newsletter presents both opportunity and challenge. An obvious opportunity is for a Club member to step up and contribute to the Region in a very meaningful and enjoyable way. But there is an even bigger opportunity: reimagining the Region's newsletter in this era of instant internet communications and to provide a new format that meets the needs of today's time crunched society. The challenge, of course, is that without an editor(s) there will be no newsletter and poorer access to information about Club events and happenings.


For those of you who are considering volunteering, but are afraid of just jumping in, be assured that Barbara and I will be available to mentor and help you get started; so will the rest of the Board. Over the next few months the Board will be developing ideas for new formats and also following the "newsletter" experiments of other clubs. Barbara and I are not disappearing as we will continue to be active Board members serving as Webmaster and Treasurer, respectively.


Please contact Barbara or myself even if you only want to talk about what the newsletter is, what it might be, what the editor does and how you might be involved.


As you can see in this newsletter there are many events coming up, come on out and join in the fun and friendship.  Happy reading and enjoy!


Late Breaking News - Parade 2014

Porsche of Livermore is hosting a Le Mans viewing party at the Hyatt on Saturday and Sunday.  If you will be In Monterey, it's your chance to view the race with other Parade attendees.  "Porsche poised to shake up Le Mans", BBC Sport.  2014 Le Mans Live

See you there!

Paul Czopek
Zone 7 Representative

Hi Tec Ad 2011


On Being Vice President 

mike hinton headshot 2011
by Mike Hinton, Vice President, Redwood Region

The Redwood Region's Procedure Manual outlines the (many) duties of the Vice-President. It's a daunting list, to be sure. I can easily see how the breadth of responsibilities could scare off any potential candidates. Maybe it was a good thing that I hadn't read that section of the RPM in detail prior to volunteering!


In reality though, the job is much simpler. My two main priorities are to maintain the Region's very active calendar, and to assist my friend Vern (your President) in carrying out his duties. For example, Vern has asked me to prepare Observer's Reports when he was unable to attend an event. In addition, I've assisted in preparing Requests for Insurance and Region Subsidies. The forms are a little confusing the first time through, but with Vern's help, I think I can handle them now.


Maintaining the calendar is relatively painless too thanks to the huge efforts expended by Don and Barbara. Mainly I wind up being asked to approve events for the calendar. Because so much effort has been put into planning events, those approvals are routine.


To sum it up, although the job of Vice-President is an important one with many responsibilities, I've found it to be a pleasurable exercise. The position also allows you to get to know your fellow Board members (and regular members too) that much better. If anyone is interested, Vern and I would be happy to discuss our experiences with you. 

Mobile Works West


So Many Concours ... So Little Time

bob schoenherr headshot 2011 Stories by Bob Schoenherr, Redwood Region Membership Director

                           Yosemite Region's Zone 7 Concours on Campus - May 18, 2014


The 2014 Zone 7 Concours Series got underway in Stockton on May 18th.  It was a beautiful day for the first concours of the season. Redwood Region was represented by Barbara and Steve McCrory and myself.  Barbara and Steve drove their 944 and I drove the 914 "Green Machine".  


Anita was busy getting ready for our pending move, so I was on my own for the day and the 4:30 am start time.  The drive was pretty easy except the millions of insects that were out to destroy my well prepared car.  Zone 7 Representative Paul Czopek and Concours Chair Les Schreiber greeted the cars and drivers upon their arrival. Eleven cars were entered to compete and another eleven were there to watch.  The judging began in the morning, the awards were announced right after lunch. Barbara and Steve and I took 1st place awards.


It's a real bummer that the San Joaquin Delta College site doesn't garner as much interest as other concours.  It's always a nice event with nice people.  Thanks to the Yosemite Region for hosting a fun and lovely event.  Don't forget Parade and the rest of the 2014 Zone 7 Concours series.


Registration and Getting Ready to Judge             photo Barbara McCrory


LPR/PartsHeaven Concours and Swap Meet- June 1, 2014 


On June 1st, after a week of moving, Anita and I took a break from boxes and boxes and boxes to drive to the second concours of the season: the much anticipated LPR/PartsHeaven sponsored event. This was a big experiment for us as it was the first event from our new home. How long would it take to get there? Will Apple, our dog, survive her first full day without our presence? Would the Lake County gnats eat the car on our way to Hayward? Thank goodness everything was cool and we had a great day catching up with everyone.


We were not the only members from the Redwood Region to attend, we saw John Jackson showing his black 911 and of course Anita and I showing the Green Machine. Also there to sell and buy parts were Vern Rogers and Simone and Thorsten Kopitzki. The swap meet was buzzing with activity as we drove in and as we finished prepping the car. Judging took place in the morning and the winners were announced about 1:00 pm. We both won first place in our respective classes.


There was a lot of discussion about Parade and the "big show" as some might say. Thanks to the LPR team and PartsHeaven for hosting the concours. I think this was their 25th concours and parts swap. Always a fun event with plenty of fun Porsche people to enjoy the day.

Porsche Door
Judges find Dirt in the Door Latch!         photo by Barbara McCrory
Porsche Swap Meet
Thorsten Kopitzki: "Let the customers arrive."        photo by Simone Kopitzki
Sacramento Valley Region Zone 7 Niello Porsche Concours - June 8, 2014
New day, new place, same result:  Bob Schoenherr and I both won our respective classes at the SVR/Niello Concours in Rocklin.  The temperature was predicted to be a blistering hot 104 degrees; that plus Parade in a week kept all the Bay Area regulars at home.  Turnout was low and almost all the cars fit inside the dealership service area.  We judged the cars in the sun first before they melted.  One of the cars entered is owned by a former Redwood Region member, Rick Bradley, who joined Redwood in 1971 and moved to the Sacramento area in 2007.
1960 Porsche 356 B
Rick's 1960 Porsche 356 B
Rick Bradley receiving his award from Rachel Nelson

During the awards ceremony drawings were held for door prizes donated by Niello Porsche.  I scored in a big way winning a Porsche mug and a SPA day -  not a SPA for me, for my car! My car will receive a free service from Niello, and then they will detail it.  Since it will take them all day to do this, my loaner car will be one of their late model Porsche automobiles so I can "see why it is so commonly said 'Porsche...there is no substitute.". 

SVR Concours article by Barbara McCrory and photos by Steve McCrory 
ggrGolden Gate Region Zone 7 Porboy's Autocross School - Sunday, June 29, 2014
GGR Porboys Autocross
If this sounds really good then click here to register. 

Cars Dawydiak


plazaPorsches on the Plaza - Sunday, July 6, 2014
Porsches on the Plaza
Registration is open on
Questions?  Contact Kurt Fischer by email:



axRedwood Region Autocross #5 - Saturday, July 12, 2014
Redwood Region July Autocross
Registration opens June 12.  Autocross page at
Grady Carter by email:

Autocross Results


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



proshop ad


mbyZone 7 Monterey Bay Concours in Paradise - Sunday, July 13, 2014
RSVP by June 13 - see end of flyer.  PDF version of this flyer here.
Zone 7 Car Classes 2014 here
Concours in Paradise



seqSequoia Region Mammoth Lakes Tour - July 18-20, 2014
BusiBee Bookkeeping


fieldField Stone Wine Tour - Saturday, July 26, 2014
Registration for this event is open on  RSVP by July 25.
Field Stone Wine Tour
Questions:  Vern Rogers by email:
                            phone:  415.420.9567
Detour Northbound 101 at Airport Blvd. 

Bertolli's Auto Body


Werks Reunion - A Porsche Gathering - Friday, August 15, 2014

Werks Reunion-A Porsche Gathering in Carmel Valley in August 2014.  Registration is open - 
Werks Reunion - A Gathering of Porsches
Questions?  Tom Provasi 

TRG - The Racer's Group



Member Stories: Why I Sold My 911 Cabriolet for a Cayman S
Story and Photos by Craig Steele, Redwood Region Secretary


I am fairly new to Porsche sport cars having purchased my first in December 2009 -- a "Guards Red" 1999 Carrera Cabriolet. My wife and I drove that car to countless Redwood Region events during the last four years. In 2010, my son Sean, sold his 1996 Porsche 993 and purchased a 2006 Cayman S. Every time I would visit him in La Meza I would admire the Cayman parked in his garage. He is in the BMW-Porsche used parts business. He purchased the Cayman from an auto auction yard. Sean is a master at restoring BMWs and Porsches back to factory specifications and condition.


The Cayman Direct from the Auction Yard
Restored to Factory Specifications and Condition 

I was pretty sure I would be driving my 911 Carrera Cab for the rest of my Porsche life. Then my son realized a lifetime dream and found a used 2011 BMW M series turbo diesel.


Sean's 2011 BMW M Series Turbo Diesel
My 1999 911 Cabriolet


He then announced that he was selling the Cayman to make room for his new BMW. I told my wife that I wanted to buy Sean's Cayman, she said okay even though she really loves our 911. So I called Sean and asked what he wanted for the Cayman and quoted the Excellence Porsche Buyer's Guide resale price range of $26K to $34K. He said because the Cayman has a salvage title, I can have it for what I paid for the 911 Carrera in 2009. I said deal! Later, he called and said the DMV allows family member title transfers exempt from both sales tax and smog test. Did I mention the parental guarantee my son provides in each auto transaction with his mom, dad and sister too. 


I had to sell my 911 to buy the Cayman. Sean is a professional Craig's List seller and coached me through the process. I provided most of the copy and all the photos. He in turn booked the ad, qualified the buyers, etc. I had two full price offers in three days. I talked to both buyers and decided to sell the 911 to a lady from Santa Cruz. Money changed hands as did the pink slip, a bill of sale and smog certificate;she then drove the car home. On her way home her newly acquired 911 had a water pump failure. I paid for the replacement part to insure buyer satisfaction.


Next up was paying my son, going to San Diego to get the Cayman, and driving it back to Santa Rosa. On May 5th I headed north via the 405, US101 and the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH). I had some business in San Luis Obispo for two days, then continued north on PCH to Santa Cruz, over to San Jose, then finishing up at our Santa Rosa home.  


The Cayman is a lot lower than the 911 and the ride is more sporty compared to the Carrera's more touring feel. I am discovering the advantages of mid-engine performance every time I'm behind the wheel. I am taking the Cayman to Porsche Parade 2014 and entering the autocross. I will be going to the Zone 7 autocross in Stockton to learn more about the Cayman's handling before the Monterey event. I took Sandy on a mini road trip and she has blessed the purchase. I have nicked named the car "Gator" and am looking forward to many fun years of driving this spirited Porsche sports car. As a PCA member, I was able to join the Cayman Register and get lots of good information from other Cayman owners on all things relating to 987's.

My "New" Cayman S After a Bath 

Redwood History - June 1980 der Riesenbaum (The Giant Tree)

Jim Hurson (President) says . . . .

June, already, and time for the "Egad, the year is half over already, where has it all gone" column.  But I think we all know, so I won't write that stuff.


Part of it went to Willits for the Skunk Train Tour.  A GREAT weekend, with beautiful scenery, fun people, Porsche roads, and O'Haskell, O'Haskell singing "One keg of beer," or whatever that song is called.


Porshop was a sponsor (and still is).


Classy Ads !!      4 sale:


'58 Speedster:  A rare, Complete car - Serial #84383 - Orange; 6" Chrome wheels with Michelins; all bumpers and curtains . . . . .$13,500


'76 Turbo:  Absolutely Concours Condition, last one made in 1976 - #334R999530 - Anthracite exterior/Black interior with all of the Turbo options & only 11,000 miles!  $40,000 firm . . .  but nice!


Wayne and Bill at Porsche Tech  

Our cover this month is graced with a candid photo of our devoted Tech Crew, Wayne & Bill, who you can meet and greet at the Tech Session & BBQ coming up this month . . . plan to attend!!!




Board Meeting Minutes

by Craig Steele, Redwood Region Secretary

Redwood Region Board Meeting Minutes - The minutes from the May 27, 2014 Board meeting will be available after approval at the June meeting.  Read previous board meeting minutes here.
Our next Board Meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on June 24, at Ghiringhelli Pizzeria Grill & Bar, 1535 South Novato Blvd., Novato.  All members are welcome to attend

Membership Report

bob schoenherr headshot 2011
by Bob Schoenherr, Redwood Region Membership Director


Congratulations to our seven new members and our 30+ and 20+ year members. I bet a bunch of you are on your way to Parade, so do good and have fun.  We'll see you at the Sonoma event in July.


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

Kyle Oskielunas




Gray 911 Carrera


Alexander Churchill




Silver 911 Carrera 4


William Vanhaaften






S. Davis Camiglia

Claire Baker

San Geronimo


911 Carrera


James Scott




Black 911 Carrera


Christopher Atkinson

Pascal Wilburn



911 SC


Thomas Field

Colleen Ryan

San Francisco




May Anniversaries - 5 years and over.  Happy Anniversary and Thanks to all of you.




Ray Fiore



Kim Fiori



Jerry Curry



Kevin Buckler



Lawrence Bennett



Andy Brian



James Bruce



Jose-Maria Castro



Paul Chrisman



Robert Redner



Rob Woolen



Jim McVicar



Bruce Lawton



Chris Vail



Hugh Carpenter



James Jordan



Tom Markovich



Darin Brandt



Carol Burnham



Don Davidson



Richard French



Diane Einstein



Gary Fellers



George Kellar



Charles Stotler



Martin Detels



Tom Strobel



Glen Marks



Joan Robideaux



Penny Bair




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.
CASA Flyer


Redwood Region Contacts
2014 Redwood Region Board of Directors

Executive Council


Appointed Directors

der Marktplatz


1988 911 Carrera Pars
For Sale- 1988 911 Carrera Take-off Parts (all in very good original OEM condition) 


  Whaletail Deck- complete $750.
  Rear Bumper- complete w/side extensions $200.
  Many other stock take-offs available from my SPEC 911 Project


Please call or email Scott Buchanan  

Porsche Short Shift
Porsche Factory Boxster/911 Short Shift Console/Kit - $350

For sale is a less than 8,000 mile used but like new factory Porsche short shift kit, part number 997-424-983-00.  The kit reduces shift throw distance by up to 35% on the 986 & 996 cars (somewhat less on the 996 & 997 cars).
I put it in my 2004 Boxster S and it took about 1.5 hours, the biggest part of the time was spent removing the center console.  It's pretty straight-forward and lots of videos and instructions online.  IMHO, it's one of the most best performance improvements you can make for the money and feels much tighter than the stock shifter assembly.  I got a good deal on a GT3 shift console so I replaced my short-shifter with that (and it actually has a longer throw, just a different feel).  It is slightly firm to engage 1st gear when cold however it warms up quickly and is so much nicer overall.   
The kit/console retails for ~$505.  As I understand it, the kit will work on 986, 987, 996, and 997, and Cayman models through 2012.
Phone:  415-889-3755  mail:
Price:  $350 w/ Petaluma or San Rafael 
I want to give my 38 years of Panoramas  to  whomever wants them. Hopefully someone would be able to utilize them  in a learning/teaching situation about Porsches.

They are in Santa Rosa, please come pick them up.
 Gary Bayless,


Porsche Aero KitPorsche Boxster 986 OEM Aero Kit 1 Wing Rear Spoiler - $275
I have for sale a rare Porsche Aerokit 1 rear wing for a Boxster 986 (1997-2004). This part was only available from the factory as part of the Aero Kit 1 package which included a special front bumper, side skirts, and rear wing. With or without the rest of the package this wing adds a little something extra to the profile of the Boxster. 
Installation instructions can be readily found online. The rear taillight will need some rewiring as the previous owner simply cut the wires during uninstall. 
$275 or best offer. Local, cash-in-hand purchase preferred. This piece is long and too awkward to ship easily.  Jeremy Waen by phone 510-882-6745 or


BBS LM Wheel
Authentic BBS LM Wheel for Porsche 18" x 9.5" et55 5x130 Bolt Pattern - $800 
I have one spare, authentic BBS LM wheel for sale. It is 18" x 9.5" et55 with standard 5x130 Porsche bolt pattern. It fits perfectly as a rear wheel on 986 Boxsters, but also can work on 993 and 996 narrow body models. New these wheels run close to $1000 each plus shipping and sales tax. They are also made to order and take time for delivery. These wheels are period appropriate to '90s and early '00s Porsches and are considered by many as the most desirable aftermarket wheels.

Spec: 1 Rear Wheel: 18" x 9.5" et 55
Condition: Like-New and never mounted. There are two small knicks in the lip from being moved around in storage, otherwise it is pristine and clean enough to eat off of.  Price: $800 firm. (+ shipping and PayPal fees if not local)

Local buyers with cash-in-hand preferred (SF Bay Area), but I am willing to ship these at the buyer's expense. Contact me at or 510-882-6745.


2003 Intermeccanica

For Sale 2003 Intermeccanica

This was built for an engineer with an eye to duplicate a 1956 GS/GT Speedster. These are built in Vancouver BC with only a limited number built each year. They are the best of the best, and this one is pristine with only 33k miles. The body is one piece that is bonded & riveted to a boxed frame much like the Porsche 904. It is wonderfully constructed and rivals and even surpasses the originals in many respects. Four wheel disk brakes, IRS suspension, a 2110 cc type 1 engine producing 146 hp, with 150 ft. Lbs. of torque at 5200 rpm. This little gem will not disappoint. These are built by appointment only and the cost to duplicate this is around $70,000.

Asking $43,000.
Contact Max Handley
Tel. 415-435-5299
Cell 415-265-6063
more photos here    more details at Intermeccanica - Custom Coach Builders


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:


     no photo   

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

Fikse Wheels
Fikse Wheels 11x18, 8.5x18  Sized for a 2004 GT3 but will fit many others even a Boxster with rear spacers. .Like new!!   $2400/OBO
Alan Straub - Contact me at : or by phone 707 996 9331 or 415 332 9331


Porsche Cayenne OEM Roof Rack

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


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 5th of each month to be included in that 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.


Letters to the editor, feedback, questions, and suggestions about der Riesenbaum and the Redwood Region in general are welcome. We also encourage members to submit photos and/or write-ups about Club events or related activities. Written contributions and photos are welcome and should be emailed to the editor. The submission deadline for publication in der Riesenbaum is the 5th day of the month for that month's publication. Material received after the deadline will be considered for publication the following month. The editorial staff reserves the right to edit all material submitted for publication.


All written content and images in this publication are protected by copyright. Permission is granted to reprint any original content herein provided credit is given to the author, to der Riesenbaum, and to the Porsche Club of America, Redwood Region. 


Click here to visit us on the web or here to visit our Facebook page.


Thank you all for supporting your Club!


Barbara McCrory & Jerry Gladstone, der Riesenbaum Co-Editors

Porsche Club of America, Redwood Region


2012 PCA RR Logo Gray Bkd

 Click here to return to the top