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47th annual White Glove Concours in Fountain Valley

by: HB News staff writer
Posted: June 19, 2017

FOUNTAIN VALLEY...Eighty-six years ago Ferdinand Porsche founded the company that bears his name, Porsche, and that company and its products are still seen driving around on today's streets and highways.

A rare European 1975 Porsche owned by Richard Thompson of which only 508 were made


Thompson's 1975 Porsche's spotless engine


On Saturday, June 17th the Porsche Club of America, Orange Coast Region staged its 47th annual White Glove Concours of Porsches in Fountain Valley's Mile Square Park.

Nate Cuerriero's 1984 Porsche he as recently purchased


John Rattray and his special 1991 Porsche 911


Nearly a hundred Porsche models were on display that ranged from the 1960s to this year. The fast sports cars driven to the park by their owners ranged in all colors, lined up row upon row near the Sport's Complex inside the park.

A brand new 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S, want one see price tag below


Only $136,865 for this car, not counting state license fees and taxes

Prior to the official opening, judges inspected each vehicle with the best Porsche owners winning one of the many trophies.

One Porsche owner said judges even check of dirt and grease behind door hinges. To a Porsche owner to be judged, their vehicle must be spotless as it left the showreoom floor. If the white gloves of a judge gets soiled an owner looses points.

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