Porsche Parade, French Lick, Indiana  

Our first Porsche Parade was an amazing experience. Imagine close to a thousand Porsches in the streets of French Lick and West Baden! Imagine a single group of more than 100 Porsche drivers winding through the Hoosier National Forest on our favorite roads. Imagine a collection of historic cars ranging from a 1948 356 to a 1970 917 to a brand new 918. Then there are the seminars and banquets, golf, activities for children, a goodie store and a museum, an autocross, two rallies, beer and wine tastings, art shows and much more. 

We couldn't photograph everything, but we shot enough to give you a taste of our week. Visit the PCA Parade website the PCA website to see more. Click on the photos below to go to individual pages for each day of the Parade. Watch for shots of fellow members and see what it's like to attend a Porsche Parade.

Sunday: Travel, Registration, and Welcome Banquet

First up was Scott Klueh's 2002 996 Cabrio. 

Monday: Concours, Other Activities, and Dinner Cruise

Tuesday: Drives, Other Activities, and Concours Banquet

Wednesday: Drives...

Thursday: Drives, 

Friday: Drives,... Autocross Banquet

Saturday: Drives, Volunteer Luncheon, Parade to Paoli, Group Photo, Victory Banquet

Jacob led us through the many things he looks for such as leaks and signs of unusual wear or damage.

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