The Steering Wheel
President’s Message from STEVE LIMBERT, CPA-PCA President
This month's column is being written as we are now in the final weeks of our Presidential race! Not sure but I believe that we all have had our fill with the hype and crazy TV ads they seem to be bombarding us with endless fervor. Bottom line it is our duty as American citizens that we exercise our constitutional rights and get out and VOTE! I'm sure most all of us have their minds made up at this point. As a past service member I remind all that many have died defending your rights, so Vote early and yes vote often (LOL)
The chill is in the air for sure and that means that many of the aircooled Porsche owners will be putting our rides away for the year.
The chill is in the air for sure and that means that many of the aircooled Porsche owners will be putting our rides away for the year. A couple of tips that may help you for next spring startup. First, use a good battery tender to keep it alive. And for those not having a cat on your exhaust system, you may want to consider putting in a gallon or two of “Aviation fuel”. Avgas is 100 octane and is very stable which will help cure that bad gas we all have been forced to use if we can't find leaded gas.
My race season is rapidly coming to an end but prior to month’s end we will be racing at the new track south of D.C. “Old Dominion Raceway,” exit 118 off I-95, was first a dirt track, most recently an asphalt sprint and now a full blown road race facility. Most all of the standard amenities are in place but a recent E-mail tells us that the showers are will not be up for our use on the 21, 22nd, & 23rd of October. Back when I first started to race Watkins Glen, Nelson Ledges and many other tracks had “pit toilets,” muddy paddock areas. They were “the Pits,” BUT they were race tracks! And for sure NO showers, but we managed.
Next month I will get into whether you should “restore or preserve” that valuable Porsche. Yes there is a big difference between the two!
Our next meeting I'll report on my attending the Zone 2 meeting which takes place on the 29th of October in the Hazleton area, until then
As always, TRAVEL SAFE