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356 Club All Porsche Swap Meet

Story by Glenn Billings

Photos by Glenn Billings and Denny Asbury

 

 

Despite the random sprinkle and the threat of showers, the 356 Club 0f Southern California all Porsche Swap Meet was an enormous success with surplus parking extending all the way to the Honda Center parking lot!

 

The Phoenix Club, located in Anaheim, California, hosted more than 150 cars; with about 90 cars displayed on their soccer field and another 60 Porsches showcased throughout the expansive Beer Garden. For Porsche aficionados, four acres of Porsches wasn’t enough. Inside the “Festhalle” (tent), there were a variety of hard-to-find old vintage parts and accessories; including but not limited to decals, model cars and clothing, brake parts, exhaust pipes, suspension systems, and even a frame and chassis 356 restoration. Major attendees for the swap meet were McKenna Porsche and Pelican Parts selling their newest items. A far cry from the newest vehicles, and the oldest car there was a Matt Clawson’s 1952, red 356 interim, export bumper car. Attendees were also treated to other unique roadsters such as a 60`s racing Porsche 904 and a speedster.

 

This is a really fun and interesting event for all things Porsche – seriously consider attending the next one – we’ll see you there!

 

This story and photos can be found in the March Pando on pages 22-23

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