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    Texas
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 Carrera Cabriolet, 2006 Lexus IS250
  • Future cars
    05+Lotus Elise/Exige, 06+SRT Viper Coupe, 360 Spider, Ford GT (in that order, lol)
  • Former cars
    99 Porsche Boxster, 98 Corvette C5, 01 SLK 320, 06 350Z
  1. Grabbed some Mexican food at the Riverwalk. Excellent place to go and relax. We use the Hyatt Regency as a getaway periodically throughout the year (6hours from the house) That's it, Hopefully you guys liked the pics, it was quite the adventure.
  2. Stopping at the Toy Store on the way through SanAntonio. (Although these guys were not very friendly in the least, it was quite disappointing) but nice Italians in the showroom
  3. 1.) Epic Fail in Carsbad, NM 2.) Wife taking the wheel for a while
  4. 1.) Wife and I turning in for the night about 3 miles from the Border Patrol Inspection Station in the Hueco Mountains 2.)Climbing around Hueco Mountains, (Ok, I'm actualy only about 6 feet from the rock surface but it looks more impressive, lol. I'm out of shape I didn't think I was ever going to get up there)
  5. 1.) a deer w/ her baby fawn. 2.) NM down to Silvercity 3.) Silvercity 4.) Forgot to Mention it was Monsoon time, so awesome mudslides over the roads equals fun for me to clean!!!
  6. 1.) Taking a break on the cliff edge over looking the national Forest 2.) Some nice twisties, several 10mph marked hairpins, it was amazing although .... 3.)the abundance of cows.. Yes COWS! in the roadway, it was a little uncomforting (I've got video coming out of a nice curve around 45mph and a bunch of cows in the road). 4.) More Nice Curves
  7. 1.) In Front of the Crystal Palace Saloon 2.) In the Middle of Town, just down from the OK Corral for you Tombstone Fans 2.) Apache National Forest 3.) Absolutely Awesome Roads
  8. 1.) Wife and I scratching our heads on whether to get fuel or not...... 2.) and this is why Diesel or 87 ahh the choices, lol 3.) Boothill Cemetery (Tombstone AZ). It was an awesome place to go see, lots of murders, 2 Graves in particular: -One Headstone reads- Here Lies George Johnson Hanged by Mistake 1882 He Was Right We Was Wrong But We Strung Him Up And Now He's Gone 4.) Headstone reads - HERE LIES LESTER MOORE FOUR SLUGS FROM A 44 NO LES NO MORE
  9. 1.) Is that not the most aweful thing ever, I never thought I would own a Porsche growing up, and run around like that, lol. 2.) Some nice sweepers around Big Bend. 3.) Looks like a Boot, ( I called it Boothill, no idea what it's name was, lol) 4.) Ghost Town Terlingua, TX
  10. 1.) Top Down Pimping all White Trash like with a Wheel in the back seat, and walmart bags on the head rest 2-3.) Big Bend National Park 4.) Little offroad action
  11. 1.) Neat Old Town West of Del Rio, TX 2.) Changing out the Turbo Twist for the custom RED DUB 3.) Broken Belts in the Tire 4.) Leave it to Porsche to make a trunk that fits the spare but not the actual Rim, so Walmart bags and newspaper to keep from messing up the interior, and off we go.
  12. 1.) Fresh Fluid Service (Castrol 5w-40 and 5-50 mix) put her on the lift to inspect everything. 2.) Clean Air Ducts and Water Drains 3.) Open Oil Filter to Inspection, all good, no shavings 4.) Fresh Tank of Shell Fuel and ready to roll out (approx 900 miles across Texas for those who didn't know just how big it actually is)
  13. Well, let's just trip started out interesting at best. I'm working on resizing my pics as I don't have my old program on the new computer. Route: -I-10 from Beaumont, TX to San Antonio -Hwy 90 from San Antonio through Del Rio, then down 385 to Big Bend National Park (this is where the first fun part of the trip started ). Had two belts break on the rear tire in the middle of nowhere in West Texas. We called Porsche North America, (no dealers had the size in stock), called every major tire chain in 3 states and the only one that had one in stock was Phoenix Arizona. So we decided not to
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