EVENT: PCA Heritage Tour for Our Cars!

The Florida Citrus Region PCA (Orlando) is sponsoring a special tour to celebrate Porsche’s rich driving heritage. Please join us-we will depart in small groups from Magnolia Park located at 29299 S. Binion Road, Apopka. The date of this drive is Sunday the 20th of February. (Also, the specific departure time from Magnolia Park that morning will be announced as we get closer to the event date.)

Register at the following link: https://clubregistration.net/events/signUp.cfm/event/12120

The Cars
We honor our Porsche lineage with this special drive featuring classic Transaxle Cars (924, 924S, 944, 968, and 928), and Air-Cooled cars 356, 912, 914, and the classic 911 (including the 964 and 993 generations). Drivers of modern cars should not despair, we may add a limited number of groups if space allows.

The Venue
We will drive a scenic route of about 1.5 to 2 hours ending at “Gator Joe’s”, located on Lake Weir in Marion County (southeast of Ocala) for lunch.  

924S944.com and the now-closed Nort Northam Collection have amassed five transaxle cars for this event.  We need more.  There will be at least two, maybe three or even four 924S Special Edition cars there!  We want to represent with our transaxle cars, so go to ClubRegistration.net and register to attend this great annual event.

If you have questions, let us know at KRDuffy@me.com.  You do not have to be a member of PCA to participate in this event.

We hope you’ll join us! And remember — It’s Not Just the (Classic) Cars, It’s the People

Author: Kevin Duffy, 924S944.com LLC, DeLand, FL

After retiring from a career in Law Enforcement, Kevin Duffy turned his attention to one of his passions, Porsche 944's and 924S's. He owns 924S944.com LLC in DeLand, FL, rescuing and restoring forgotten Porsches, bringing them back to a useful life. He is especially interested in the rare-but-beautiful 924S Special Edition. He can be found at Porsche Club events, including track days, tours and shows, as well as other car-focused events around the southeastern United States.

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