My ’89 Carrera 3.2 at left, Kirk’s gray 996 in the middle, and Jeff’s tastilicious red Cayman GTS on the right.
One of the great morning cruise-ins near me takes place in Woodland Hills, California, at the parking lot of a regional shopping mall. It’s called Supercar Sunday, and is open to any kind of cars or bikes, although once a month, it’s sort of dedicated to a particular marque. As me, and my two best car posse buddies, have Porsches, it was only logical that we all attend with our cars.
One of my boys, Kirk Gerbracht, snagged these wonderful photos which I thought you might enjoy.
LOTS of late Turbos show up at SuperCar Sunday.
…and a fair number of early Turbos as well.
…and not to mention countless outlaw and hot rod 911s.
Love the Cayman GT4…
Something at this show for everyone.
OK, I get the whole patina thing, but no early 911/12 deserves to stay rusty.
See, its always run what ya brung. Even if it costs less than half a million bucks…
Lots of GT3s on hand this day as well.
See — toldja!
Interesting and credible factory rallye racer tribute.
Rare, cool, pretty, and now very valuable early soft window Targa.
Don’t laugh, but I find this ’64 Dart convertible very appealing. It’s a V-8 model, sits nicely on later wheels, runs great colors, and is absolutely immaculate. Talk about beach cruiser.
Ooooh look, a rare bullet nosed Porschebaker
Keep updated on the marque of the month and all the haps at www.supercarsunday.com