Glenn’s 356A mild Outlaw took 1st Place in the Preparation Street Modified class at the recent Porsche Parade in French Lick Springs, Indiana. Congrats to Glenn.
The story of Glenn’s car, as told by Glenn.
I acquired it 20 some years ago. It’s a numbers matching car including all numbered body panels, other than the hood. I drove it for about a year and then spent 15 or so years restoring it back to factory original in every detail. It turned out to be a basket case after the paint was stripped (including a piece of a street sign used to patch the floor, etc. and lots of brazing). I spent a lot of time sourcing NOS parts, going to swap meets, etc. to find “restore-able” parts. There was a lot of “do-it-yourself” and a lot of “do-over work” on my part, but I had a lot of help in the end (Vic Skirmants, Victor Miles, Mike Riecken and Tracy Tichenor). When the COVID lock-down occurred, I needed something to do so I decided to make a mild “outlaw” out of it, which is what you see in the pictures. Honestly, I really didn’t do all that much preparation for the Porsche Parade Concours, as I went there with a “show car guy” friend of mine who was a top contender, and entered my car just for the fun of it, not really expecting to win anything.
which you can see at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_bwdMV06XQ&t=1s