December 2010 - Kentucky Porsche Club of America



December 2010 - Kentucky Porsche Club of America
Huber Winery Drive—Oct. 2010
By Steven Rountree
This year marked the 10th annual drive to the Huber's Winery on Saturday, October 9th. We had a really nice turn-out of twentythree Porsches. We met in the usual DQ parking lot and then snaked our way out 64W to the Georgetown exit in Indiana. We
stopped on Skyline Drive to take in the beautiful view and to take some photos. We had our usual preferred parking in the grass all
the way upfront next to the winery. We were joined by some of the Indiana PCA Members. It was a perfect day for a drive and to
spend some time with friends. Thanks again to all those who could take the time for one of our Club's annual events.
Be sure to check out the online version of the newsletter to see the photos in color.
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December 2010
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2010 KY Region PCA Calendar
December 13th, 2010
Membership Meeting
Time: 7:00 PM
Contact: Tony Proasi
(see page 16)
December 18th, 2010
Breakfast Social
Poplar Level Road
Time: 8:00 AM– ??:??
Contact: Ken Daugherty
(see page 4)
13th—Membership Mtg.
Corner Cafe
(see page 16)
18th—Breakfast Social
Contact Information can be
obtained in the newsletter on
Page 7.
All events are subject to change
due to weather and availability.
Frisch’s—-Poplar Level Road
Post-Holiday Porsche Club Party
Lake Forest Lodge
January 15, 2011
Details to follow.
December 2010 Page 3
Saturday Morning Breakfast Social
The Saturday morning Breakfast Socials are held the first Saturday after the monthly KyPCA
meetings. They are at the Frisch's just off the Watterson (I-264) and Poplar Level Road (exit 14)
here in Louisville, first coffee is at 8am.
The only purpose is to get together with other Porsche owners for a very informal breakfast
and BS session before starting the Saturday 'Honeydoos' . Sometimes there is a Saturday drive or
event and this can be the start place. Or maybe we will visit someone's garage for a check on a
recent project, being it a car restoration or other project of interest.
The breakfast buffet at Frisch's is pretty good or you can order off the menu and they keep
the coffee coming.
Mark your calendar for the monthly meetings AND the
Saturday Breakfast. If you are not a 'meeting' kind of person,
surely you can join us for breakfast.
Don't forget to drive your Porsche, as we often have
parking lot 'tech and admiration' sessions.
No reservations required, just show up....Any questions or
comments, feel free to contact me.
Ken Daugherty
December 2010
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President’s Report
Tony Proasi—KY Region President
Well 2010 is coming to a close and a new President is stepping forward. I just want to thank
everyone for their support and hope everyone had a great year. I just want everyone to
remember this your club, not that of the elected officials and hope everyone participates in the
future making 2011 better than 2010.
Cars ‘n Coffee
By Steven Rountree
Cars ‘n Coffee continues to be a big draw for all types of car enthusiasts. November was warm and sunny which made a good day for
a drive also. This event is always the second Saturday of the month from 9-11AM.
December 2010 Page 5
CKR Solo Schedule
Central KY Region SCCA
Schedule is at:
Central Indiana PCA
Classified Ads for ‘The Mart’ are published
at no cost to PCA members for 3 months and
at nominal cost to non-members. Send copy
for ads to the PaceSetter Editor.
Some interesting Laws you probably haven’t heard of:
Law of Variation If you change lines (or traffic lanes), the one you were in will always move faster than
the one you are in now (works every time).
December 2010
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KY PCA Website
Forums & E-Mail List
Stay informed and participate! Join
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Remember, it’s your participation as a
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Please visit the below website and
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Current Forums List:
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 Tech Talk
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(club activities, meetings, or general announcements from KY Region PCA, the latest issue of the
Pacesetter (our monthly newsletter), announcements of new models, racing news)
(club specific documents, upcoming club events,
frequently asked questions, mailing list sign-up,
Web Links)
(photos and videos from club events (member submitted or just something we think is really cool and
Porsche related))
Tony Proasi
1522 McKay Ave.
Louisville, KY 40213
(502) 751-1126
[email protected]
Board Members:
Andy Daugherty (2010-2011)
1283 Farmdale Ave.
Louisville KY 40213
(502) 744-9343
[email protected]
Vice President:
Jeremy Miller
2409 Running Brook Trail
Fisherville, KY 40023
(502) 396-9111
[email protected]
Chad Rainey
[email protected]
Richard Darnell
4100 Narcissus Dr.
Louisville, KY 40219
(502) 889-8120
[email protected]
Ken Daugherty
1611 Russell Ave.
Louisville, KY 40213
(502) 451-3425
(502) 451-6285 fax
[email protected]
Activities Chair:
Steve McCombs
(502) 558-0306
Steven Rountree
(502) 386-3001
Mark Lichtefeld (2010-2011)
5726 Moser Farm Rd.
Prospect, KY 40059
(502) 412-4185
[email protected]
Edgar Smiley (2009-2010)
(502) 267-8643
[email protected]
Past President:
Steve McCombs
2603 Foxy Poise Rd.
Louisville, KY 40220
(502) 558-0306
[email protected]
Website Chair:
Mark Bos
[email protected]
PaceSetter Editor:
Belinda Schweinhart
10712 Sun Ridge Rd.
Goshen, KY 40026
(502) 228-9725
[email protected]
SW KY Area Rep.
Richard Hughes
981 Dunbarton Ave.
Bowling Green, KY 42104
(270) 991-4848
[email protected]
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you have a suggestion on how we can improve
it? Please send any feedback you might have to
[email protected]
December 2010 Page 7
Hilton Head Speedfest Oct. 28, 29, 30
By Richard Collins
I traveled to Savannah, GA, on Oct 28 for a long weekend to visit my brother Ken who lives in Bluffton, SC, about 20 miles
outside Savannah and close to Hilton Head Island. Together we attended several days of HSR sponsored racing at the little known
Savannah Raceway on Hutchinson Island just across the river from downtown Savannah.
As most are aware the 2011 Porsche Parade will be held in Savannah. While I have never attended a parade, this one is on
my calendar. It is about an 8 or 9 hour drive from Bowling Green and, depending on the route, is a comfortable and scenic trip for the
most part.
This particular event is part of the Hilton Head Concours held over a 3 weekend period in the fall, a usually comfortable
time of the year. The Savannah road course is a track built originally for a Champ car event several years ago and is now very underutilized. While not an expert on tracks, in my view this one is a bit tight and not one for Porsche pushers driving 10/10 in some of
the corners. Fortunately, I understand this track will not be used for Parade but rather the DE portion will be held at Roebling Road
further up the road from Savannah about 20 miles north. The Roebling track is similar to the Putnam Road course many of us are
familiar with having done our club’s Summer Heat and Fall Fest there over the years.
My brother has several Porsche’s including a 2009 Carrera S, a 2002 GT2 and a 1974 Carrera in transition to an IROC
clone. It has a 3.0L SC engine and several go-fast goodies already installed. I own his previous IROC clone, a 1975 Carrera with a
3.2L in it. We drove his 1974 during the noon parade lap session (cost $20 for charity) and got in 10-15 laps albeit not at great speed
of course. However, later in the day we paid $50 (also for charity) and each drove several hot laps with Hurley Haywood in a 2010
stock Carrera S, a highlight of the trip. He is obviously a legendary driver and the stock Carrera S on the track with street tires and
under his smooth guidance was spectacular. If anyone has a similar opportunity to get a track stint with Hurley, do not pass it up!
The track events were very good although the quantity of cars entered was low, but of high quality. The Enduro was won by
an early Mazda GTP car with a dual rotary 1.3L engine, followed very closely by a Chevy Monza, several Cayman spec racers and a
pair of 914-6 trackmeisters. The event also included several vintage motorcycle track bikes and open wheel cars.
The Savannah venue for the 2011 Porsche parade will be excellent. The area is full of southern charm, southern cooking,
and southern hospitality. I look forward to returning to the area soon.
Hurley Haywood waiting for next hot lap session
December 2010
Very fast Chevy Monza
Winning Enduro car Mazda GTP followed by Chevy Monza
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Winning Cayman spec racer with many wounds from season of racing
1972 IROC Clone with 3.0L RSR engine
Sweet 3.8L in 1969 tub
Ferrari GTO clone on a 250 GTE chassis and a real 250 V12 engine
Well done 1969T track car with 3.8L power
Awesome Rahal Letterman BMW M-1 headed out for
hot lap charity event
Ken Collins 1974 IROC clone waiting to do parade laps
December 2010 Page 9
Monthly Membership Meeting Minutes—November
By Chad Rainey, KY Region Secretary
Monthly Membership Meeting Minutes
Date: 11/08/2010
Location: El Tarasco
Officers Present: Jeremy Miller, VP; Richard Darnell,
Treasurer; Chad Rainey, Secretary
Board Members Present: Edgar Smiley
Chairs Present: Mark Bos, Website Chair; Steven
Rountree/Steve McCombs joint Activities Chairs;
Belinda Schweinhart, Newsletter Editor
Attendance: 19 members
Meeting kicked off at 7:19pm.
●Jeremy Miller, standing in for Tony, mentioned the Spring 2011 DE may be moved up to the 2nd week in June instead
of late June. Not confirmed as of yet, but the contracts should be in soon and will know then.
He also mentioned that we will be keeping the current September date for the fall DE.
●Holiday party plans are moving forward for a January 15, 2011 proposed date. The location is planned to be at the
Lake Forest Lodge and the price will be $20 per person. Post cards are expected to be sent out for RSVPs. A vote for a
club budget of $2000 for expenses was unanimously passed.
●Richards says we still have money!
●Steven Rountree mentioned there are no planned club events before the end of the year, but to stay tuned to the
forum and Yahoo group for any spur of the moment drives that may come up on a nice weekend!
●Jeremy shared some news about the Bluegrass Motorsports Park (new track being constructed in Kentucky).
Financial backing has been given recently for the project to move forward. Paving is planned to be completed by
spring/summer 2011. This news is not confirmed…
●Officer elections are wrapping up this month. Official results at the December meeting, but as of now the nominees
are not contested.
Current election nominees:
President: Steve McCombs
Vice President: Jeremy Miller
Secretary: Chad Rainey
Treasurer: Richard Darnell
Activities Chair: Steven Rountree
There is also
an open board
that 10
Dr. Jason Miller would like to be elected to.
New Members!!
Al Farias
David Handmaker
Doug Meredith
Joe Rocha
Steve McCombs
Alvaro Zamora
Jeff Steinau
Thomas Moriarty
Romeo Laureano
John Moneymaker
Hugh Houston
Mary Doerr
Dale Liechty
Bob Nicomini
Jerry Ream
Griff Tomlin
Kenneth T. Martin
Goshen, KY 2004 Carerra 4S
Thomas H. Wilson
Anchorage, KY
2001 911
Transfer in from Carolinas:
Scott Turner
Louisville, KY
2005 911
(* denotes last issue—time to renew!)
KY PCA Yahoo! Group
KY PCA has available to us Yahoo! Group. This site is available to all
members and is secure. John Campbell and John Howe are the moderators for the site. The site contains a KY PCA Calendar and is a forum for
communicating events and event changes as well as a place for members
to ask questions.
To join, or subscribe to the Yahoo! Group go to:
Click on Join this Group!.
Deadline for newsletter
articles is the 15th!!
[email protected]
December 2010 Page 11
Ken’s Ramblings….
Nothing really exciting this month. Still selling some of the excess parts: 356 motors,
some rebuilt, some rebuildable and several disassembled and kept together in green fiberglass
storage tubs, sorting thru the 356 tool rolls (my plans are to keep one of each generation and
sell the spares). I also have a healthy library of Porsche books that will be listed (didn't
realize how many duplicates I have). Stay tuned :-)
Progress on the '59 Cabriolet is coming along. The floors are in and the wreck damage at
the rear has been stretched back in line. Slow going.
John and Shelly Howe have a new ride. John found a '59 Conv D in Ann Arbor and he and
Andy drove up to inspect it and bring it back. It is black on black and a very nice example...
Minor changes will bring it to a national class 356. Congrats John.
Nothing pleases me more than to go to the garage on a Sunday morning with a cup of
black coffee and tune the radio to local WFPK and their jazz programming. That adds to the
pleasure of working on a 356 motor. Total relaxation. Good for the soul. Recently I was
listening and heard a very unusual rendition of 'Unchained Melody' in a jazz format. I liked it
so much I called the station to find the artist etc so I could get a CD of it. Later I called Ear
X-tacy and asked about it and they didn't have it in stock but could order it. A week later they
called and said it was not available but they could find a used copy, I said OK as long as it was a
playable copy. Still waiting on it. What is it? The group is 'Lester Bowie Brass Fantasy' and the
CD is 'When the Spirit Returns'.
Weather is turning and its time to take a couple of driving tours thru the Kentucky back
roads and enjoy the color. Whether you drive with a group or alone, just do it. Actually I like
solitary tours, some folks tend to make the tours a race to prove how fast their cars are.
Frankly I couldn't care less how fast 'your' car is, don't need to prove it to me. If 'you' want
to race, sign up for a SCCA SoloII. You don't get bragging rights just for arriving at a
restaurant destination first.
Recently I saw on the internet how the Russian Navy resolved a hijacking. They
overcame the hijackers and recaptured the ship. When they boarded the Somali ship they
found firearms and RPG's. Of course the hijackers claimed they were innocent fishermen. The
Russians tied the hijackers to their boat and set it on fire, solving that issue. No courts, no
lawyers. Done. I have heard that international shipping laws forbid merchant ships to arm
themselves. How stupid. Arm the ships, train the crews and defend the ship and ask questions
later. Remember history and how Thomas Jefferson resolved the Barbary Pirate problem.
That's how the line in the Marine hymn about Shores of Tripoli came to be.
I do want to mention that Thanksgiving came early this year. 2 November. I also note that
the CJ is so blatantly partisan that it is disgusting. It is the largest newspaper in Kentucky and
many read their editorials as gospel. Lally wrote a commentary and the very next day the
letters to the editor proved that many readers and letter writers are heavily into the CJ Kool
(Continued on page 13)
December 2010
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Aid. Personally I applaud anyone that has served in the military, any branch. It gives them a
perspective that a non veteran cannot ever have.
Personally, I think when a court issues a, EPO (Emergency Protective Order) it is
basically a useless piece of paper, they should also provide the woman (they are usually the
folks needing protection) with fast track handgun training, a Concealed Carry Permit, and issue
them a pistol. Then let the general public know that an EPO also provides her with a means to
protect herself until the police arrive.
I see too many reports of folks getting killed and the EPO is a joke. Put some teeth in
it....But that's just me....
Ken Daugherty
[email protected]
December 2010 Page 13
The Mart Rules
The Mart Ads are free to all PCA members. It will appear for three issues.
All ads must be car related.
To place an advertisement in “The Mart” contact the PaceSetter editor.
Parts & Misc...
1987 930—silver with black interior. 62,000 miles. Mostly stock
with several spares. $27,500.
Chuck Breitigam, (502) 254-5079.
1996 911 (993) Turbo Coupe Black/Gray, all original, never
tracked or modified, in excellent
condition. 400hp, 400 ft/lb Tq, 4
wheel drive six speed. Maintenance records stamped by Porsche. Factory Nokia 6 CD sound
sys. New clutch and flywheel.
116K miles and priced accordingly. Your best opportunity to
own the last and best of the aircooled Turbos. You won’t find a
better example at a better price!
$49,500 Greg Furnish (502) 4248728, [email protected]
Aftermarket floor mats for Carrera S and Carrera 4S as well as a
Porsche custom car cover for a 997. Fred Hardin, (502) 298-2092.
356 books—The 356 Porsche, A restorers guide to authenticity,
Rev II (Soft cover) $25.00, The 356 Porsche, A restorers guide to
authenticity, Rev II (Hard cover, signed) $30.00, 356 Porsche Technical and Restoration Guide Volume 2 (Soft cover) Mint condition
$30.00, Great Marques Porsche, by Chris Harvey (Hard cover)
$25.00, Porsche Technical Manual, Elfrink, 'Shop quality' $25.00,
Ken Daugherty, (502) 451-3425.
Need one copy of the OCT. 2003 AUTUMN DERBY poster for my
collection. With or without black frame.
Contact: Richard Hughes, 981 Dunbarton Ave, Bowling Green, KY
42104, CELL (270) 991-4848
2004 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet Guards Red/Black Leather, 14,500
miles, tiptronic S, Red instruments,
seat belts, and deviated stitching,
Heated Seats, Bi Xenon headlamps, Bose High End Sound,
Certified through 11/10, Exceptional condition, $52,900. Robert
Westerman, Louisville, Ky
(502) 558-4847 or
[email protected]
December 2010
Porsche Club Party
Lake Forest Lodge
January 15, 2011
Details to follow.
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We have moved to better serve you.
●Indoor Storage
●We now Mount Tires
●Morning Shuttle Service
●Parts & Service
Stuttgart Specialists
4204 Poplar Level Rd.
Louisville KY 40213
December 2010 Page 15
Corner Café
9307 New LaGrange Road
Louisville, KY 40242
(502) 426-8119
Dec. 13th
7:00 PM
December 2010
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