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Old 08-17-2008, 12:30 PM
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Relocating to Charlotte NC (actually Mooresville just north of the city) and I've noticed quite a few Porsches on the roads. Any enthusiast groups and/or specialty shops in the area catering to P-cars?

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Old 08-25-2008, 08:20 PM
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Steve, Glad to see you're here.

We have a non-chalant gathering on Wed. evenings at Eurowerks/Zuffenhaus in Matthews. And the local pca is quite active if that's what you like.
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Old 08-26-2008, 02:34 AM
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I'm also in Mooresville. If you need anything, just pm me.
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Old 08-26-2008, 06:06 PM
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Hello...Cornelius/Davidson area here and recently bought a '90 C2 and am looking to get involved locally too. As a former 951-S owner (actually, owned 2 in the mid-late '90s), there seemed to be a separation of the among the water-cooled and air cooled crowds within the local PCA.

What's the difference in the two gatherings/crowds? Any particular model focus?

Since you're in Mooresville, I presume you know about Stuttgart House of Parts on I-77 exit 36, right?
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Old 08-27-2008, 02:53 AM
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I know about the HOP. I've talked to the owner a couple times and they seem like great guys. However, I've also heard they were kind of high with prices. We need to get a meet going.
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Old 08-27-2008, 06:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Duke Zink View Post
Steve, Glad to see you're here.

We have a non-chalant gathering on Wed. evenings at Eurowerks/Zuffenhaus in Matthews. And the local pca is quite active if that's what you like.
Don't forget to tell him about the shop just in front of Eurowerks........Wednesday night seems to be the auto "happy hour" time.

Don't forget to bring a 6 pack or two

PS I know of an old fart that lives up Mooresville (997 owner) way and never misses Wednesday night "happy hour"...........come on out and I will introduce you.

We just did a run up to W. Jefferson last Saturday.
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Old 08-27-2008, 07:51 AM
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Some of us 944/951 types do drives and the next one is being discussed @

https://rennlist.com/forums/924-931-944-951-968-forum/450425-nc-gtg-and-drive-charlotte-asheville-folks.html

The PCA is active. AX October 11 in Greensboro.

http://www.carolinas-pca.com/Main.htm
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Old 11-03-2017, 07:32 PM
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Would like to ask for an assist looking at a car in Charlotte, NC.

Hoping to find someone who can go by and take a look at a car for sale, and take some particular photos for me.

Should be nothing more than a 10-15 minute visit.

I will pay your gas $ and add some beer $ for your effort!

Please PM if you’re willing and able.

Thanks!
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First time owner of a 996 here...I live in the south near Ballantyne and Blakeney. Any members who like to get together for a coffee and chat? I definitely need some guidance on where to service the car, what to watch out for etc. The 996 I bought is all original, has 61k miles, Y2k model, manual transmission. I've had many other cars but this is my first Porsche. Hope that it will be a good experience.
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Here is the link to Tobacco Roads, the local PCA magazine.

You might find some Charlotte meet-ups in the magazine. Certainly attend the monthly dinner.

I won’t be around till AX tme....too cheap to but all-season tires for the P-car.

http://www.carolinas-pca.com/NewsDates/TRArchive.aspx
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Originally Posted by Rebel32L View Post
First time owner of a 996 here...I live in the south near Ballantyne and Blakeney. Any members who like to get together for a coffee and chat? I definitely need some guidance on where to service the car, what to watch out for etc. The 996 I bought is all original, has 61k miles, Y2k model, manual transmission. I've had many other cars but this is my first Porsche. Hope that it will be a good experience.
I'm always game. Don't check this section often enough though due to lack of activity.
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