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March 2014 Trustees Meeting

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356 Registry Trustee Meeting, October 2013

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356 Registry Membership Meeting, March 2013

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356 RegistryTrustee Meeting January 2013

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356 Registry Trustee Meeting, September 2012

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356 Registry Membership Meeting, September 2012

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Trustee Meeting, January 2012

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October 21, 2018 Ocean City NJ Trustee Meeting

October 23, 2019 | Trustee Meeting Minutes | 0 Comments
February 9, 2019 | News 1. Meeting was called to order at 7:40 am by President Curt Dansby.Those present were Vice President Jim Johnston, Trustees Felix Macaluso, Bob Garretson, Frank Hood, Gerald McCormick, Deb Cooper and Secretary Jeannie Macaluso.2. The minutes of March 1, 2018 were approved with no corrections or additions.Item 12 of the March to October 2018 Actions giving the President or Vice President the authority to approve expenditures up to $300.00 was reviewed.It was decided that a vote by the board was not needed.Deb motioned that notifying the board for expenditures of $300.00 or less by President or Vice President would be adequate. Jim seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.3.There were no corrections or additions to Actions from March to September 2018.4. Magazine Editor / Publisher Jim JohnstonThe method of selecting the magazine publisher was discussed including the new Publishers contract and future visions.Peter Bodensteiner, the new Publisher/Editor ...

24 February 2019 Trustee Meeting, Lakeland FL

October 23, 2019 | Trustee Meeting Minutes | 0 Comments
Minutes 24 February 2019 Trustee Meeting, Lakeland FLMarch 28, 2019 | NewsPorsche 356 Registry Trustee Meeting24 February 2019 Lakeland FL1. Meeting was called to order at 7:34 am by President Curt Dansby.Those present were President Curt Dansby, Vice-President Jim Johnston, Trustees Frank Hood, Deb Cooper, Gerald McCormick, Bob Garretson, Pat Yanahan. Also present and introduced to the Trustees were Mark Roth and Mary Skamser.2. Review of business since previous meetingOn 12 February 2019, the Trustees held an online discussion concerning the recent fraud attempts in the classifieds. Curt reported on his discussion with the club's credit card processing bank and the availability of new software to assist. Curt asked the Trustees to consider accepting the $60 per year cost of this program. Motion made by Deb Cooper, second by Frank Hood to accept the cost of the program. Voting yes (unanimous): Curt Dansby, Deb Cooper, Frank Hood, Bob Garretson, Jim Johnston, Gerald McCormick, Patri...

Ignition Troubleshooting on the Road

May 26, 2019 | Troubleshooting & Repair | 1 Comment
Ignition Troubleshooting on the Road Note: This article has a photograph and a diagram. How do I insert them in this article? If you own a 356 "driver" and drive it on trips as I do, the most crucial problem you can run into is a failure of your car to run. You want to solve this problem so it can bring you home with the least amount of effort, time and cost. The problem can be solved if you carry the right parts so if one fails, you have a spare. However, to isolate the failed part, knowledge is critical—if you cannot isolate the problem, you cannot fix it. While many parts can fail, only a very few can prevent your car from returning home. This is a brief tutorial on how to appropriately prepare for your trip (an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure) and how to find out what is causing your 356's inability to run.Over the years we have had two 356Cs in our family from a new one in 1964 for twelve years to a pre-owned one over the last 25 years. They are 26 serial numbers ...