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> 914 Teener Turnout Sept 14th & 15th, Updated with registration details
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post Apr 10 2019, 09:49 AM
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Now that the WCR is over, it time for you to plan your 914 birthday weekend. You can head southeast for Okteenerfest or northwest for the Teener Turnout.

Here's what you can expect in the PNW.

Our Saturday schedule starts with a tech session at the Porsche Dealership in Fife where we'll take a close look at the 914 and the 718. We'll use the shop
space with lifts and examine the cars from top to bottom.

Then we'll take a drive around the south sound and I've been getting lots a help from the local PCA tour crew so we will be traveling fun roads.

The tour ends at a park in Kent where you can join in and celebrate Oktoberfest. We'll be parking the 914s on the paved pathway right in front of the event
so they can be viewed and envied by all the other P car owners. You don't need to
drink beer to have fun at this party although plenty of people will be doing that. Your $25 ticket gets you one beer and
brat. I guarantee you'll be smiling and laughing when Manuela Horn and her band start their show.

Sunday we'll meet up at a local restaurant in Kent for a parking lot car show. I have someone who has promised to create a video of the cars
and their owners. The restaurant offers a great brunch, but if you're not a big eater (or just cheep) you can just order something off the menu too. Lastly,
we'll have a presentation by Mark Greene of Car Yeah This is the guy who designed the Griot's headquarters and he's a Porsche nut to boot. We should be done by 1:30.

If you'd like to get a t-shirt with the logo or a hat, I can help you with
that or I can send you the art. The PCA club will have someone at the Saturday tech session who will make up t-shirts on the spot, if that suits you.

I have set up an account at Motorsportsreg.com where people can register for any or all the session. We use this site to manage events in our region
and it works great. If your thinking of attending, I urge you to sign up using that site, but if you're in fear of "the Web", you can just PM me and I'll put you on the list.
The only cost for any of the activities is for the Oktoberfest and the profits from it go to the Rotary club that sponsors it. I can arrange for you to buy tickets
without using the website, if you'd like.

Here's the site where you sign up.

www.msreg.com/914Turnout

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post Apr 10 2019, 06:42 PM
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Sounds good Billy! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/beerchug.gif)
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post Apr 10 2019, 07:07 PM
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Thanks for organizing this. I hope I can make it for at least one of the two days.

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post Apr 10 2019, 10:20 PM
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post Apr 11 2019, 07:45 PM
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Got some sample t shirts today.

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Yes. Thank you. Logo looks good.
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In for a shirt, of course. Any idea what color shirts are available?

Have Manuela wear one. haha
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On Saturday morning we’ll start the day at Porsche of Tacoma who will do a host a tech session where we can compare the 914 to the new 718. Which car will come out on top?
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Hi Billy,
I just happened to stumble across this, I am hoping to join the fun and festivities. Is there more info or details ??

Thanks for putting this together (IMG:style_emoticons/default/beerchug.gif)
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QUOTE(TC 914-8 @ Apr 15 2019, 09:15 PM) *

Hi Billy,
I just happened to stumble across this, I am hoping to join the fun and festivities. Is there more info or details ??

Thanks for putting this together (IMG:style_emoticons/default/beerchug.gif)


More to come. I just need to work out the registration part. I've got a signup on Motorsportsreg.com, but its not ready to publish yet.
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QUOTE(PanelBilly @ Apr 16 2019, 10:01 AM) *

QUOTE(TC 914-8 @ Apr 15 2019, 09:15 PM) *

Hi Billy,
I just happened to stumble across this, I am hoping to join the fun and festivities. Is there more info or details ??

Thanks for putting this together (IMG:style_emoticons/default/beerchug.gif)


More to come. I just need to work out the registration part. I've got a signup on Motorsportsreg.com, but its not ready to publish yet.


Billy, as this comes to fruition please send me a
PM if you have a chance,
Thanks !!!
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post Apr 24 2019, 08:49 AM
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I'm starting to plan out the Saturday morning Tech Session and need someone to volunteer their car. We'll be looking at how the 914 and the 718 are alike and different. I'm looking for a stock car that is as close to original as possible. We'll be putting it up on the lift too, so the cleaner the better. Of course, you'll need to be able to get it down to the dealer in Fife early in the morning too.

Any one willing to step up?
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post May 11 2019, 11:42 AM
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I spent two hours with one of the guys who plans tours for our local PCA club studying Google maps and laying out a route for the Saturday drive. So much work. Next he said we need to make the drive about 5 times and tweet it.

Lots of fun roads. At least they look fun from the satellite photos.
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Here’s our speaker for the brunch on Sunday morning. His name is Mark Greene and he’s very entertaining. A Porsche guy for
his whole life. You can hear him on his daily podcast Cars Yeah.
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What is general area for the drive? N/S/E/W?
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I can volunteer my '74 CanAm LE for the tech session as it should be out of restoration by then. Totally stock other than 911 starter, Pertronix ignition, and SS heat exchangers. Or use another. No worries.
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QUOTE(rhodyguy @ May 11 2019, 11:45 AM) *

What is general area for the drive? N/S/E/W?


From the dealer in Fife headed east around Lake Tapps, ending up at Lake Meridian in Kent
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QUOTE(scallyk9 @ May 11 2019, 12:31 PM) *

I can volunteer my '74 CanAm LE for the tech session as it should be out of restoration by then. Totally stock other than 911 starter, Pertronix ignition, and SS heat exchangers. Or use another. No worries.


Thanks, but I have someone who already signed up to bring their car. I could use a backup. I know PCA is hoping for several LEs at the Carillon Point show the weekend before. Are you a PCA member?
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QUOTE(Tbrown4x4 @ Apr 11 2019, 08:14 PM) *

In for a shirt, of course. Any idea what color shirts are available?

Have Manuela wear one. haha


Sent one to her yesterday.
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QUOTE(PanelBilly @ May 11 2019, 02:22 PM) *

QUOTE(scallyk9 @ May 11 2019, 12:31 PM) *

I can volunteer my '74 CanAm LE for the tech session as it should be out of restoration by then. Totally stock other than 911 starter, Pertronix ignition, and SS heat exchangers. Or use another. No worries.


Thanks, but I have someone who already signed up to bring their car. I could use a backup. I know PCA is hoping for several LEs at the Carillon Point show the weekend before. Are you a PCA member?


Yes, PCA and PNWR member, and I also participate in OPR events. I hadn't heard anything about them wanting LEs...oh well, lots of politics in PNWR also. I've done Carillon the last three years.

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