Stoddard's 32nd Annual All-Porsche Car Show and Swap Meet was held this past weekend, on June 7-8th. We had vendors from all over the midwest and Canada present and visitors from all over the country here at our Highland Heights Facility. Thankfully, this was one of the nicest weekends that Northern Ohio has seen so far this year.
The Friday night literature and toy meet had some interesting finds.
Like previous years, we served sandwiches and some pretty darn good cookies.
LN Engineering was on display both Friday and Saturday.
The guys from Restoration Design drove down from Canada to show off their "from scratch" Speedster.
Adam Wright showing off his latest acquisition. It was more of an arts and crafts project than a Porsche, but any 356 with a title is worth restoring!
This BT5 looked like a decent driver. It was for sale for $48,000 in the swap area.
Our resident 914 Nerd, Mark Taylor noted that there were at least 9 914s in attendance for the Car Show.
One of our favorite cars was this Bahama Yellow 912. No, it wasn't perfect, but it looked like a nice, honest car in a cool color.
Deborah and Paul Bedford's RHD Speedster was shipped here from Australia to get some work done by Mike Immarino's Aircooled Auto. Oddly enough, this car was once owned by Mike's dad! This car earned Third Place in the Car Show.
Jerry Payto's beautiful 1967 911 is always a treat to look at. It finished Second in the car show.
Terrence Orr's 1962 Twin Grill Roadster was Best In Show!
Jesse Nolan from Across The Pond Restoration accepting the Best In Show award for the Roadster.