Saturday, April 12, 2012
Depart Krispy Kreme at 8:30 am
Join us for a tour of the Malamut Vintage Car Museum in Thousand Oaks. The Museum has a wide variety of vintage cars and memorabilia. For more detail, see the museum’s website at
The collection is constantly changing, as cars come and go, but you will get the flavor from the website.
Leaving Krispy Kreme in Orange at 8:30, we will drive up via the 405 to Pacific Coast Highway and Malibu, for some scenic vistas and mountainous Porsche roads, and are scheduled to arrive at 11:00 am. We will be meeting up with the 356 Club and another Porsche Club at the Museum.
After tour lunch suggestions will be provided. You will be able to drive back to central OC directly in about 1-1/2 hours.
Be sure to allow time to coffee-up and prepare for a 2 hour drive at Krispy Kreme.
In case you get separated from the group, printed directions will be provided
$5.00 per car, collected at the start. RSVPs are necessary. Please RSVP to me at this email address by Thursday, April 10th, advising the number who will be in your car.
Mike's collection is a private collection and is open by invitation only. We are specifically invited, along with the RGruppe, Early 911S Registry, the 912 Registry and the 356 Club of Southern California.
Mike does NOT charge to view his personal collection and welcomes all to his private collection. Mike wanted me to reiterate this to all invitees.
A head count is needed as Barbara does not want to disappoint those who do not get one of her famous chocolate chip cookies.
Casual photography is allowed, but if for publication, then please coordinate ahead of time, with Ray Crawford at VoicefromthePast@aol.com or Mike Goldberg firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a private collection and not an open-to-the-public museum.
1953 220 Mercedes Cabriolet A
One of Mr. Malamut's first restorations, it contains a four-speed,
fully synchro transmission, six-cylinder overhead cam engine,
and original brown leather interior.