Division Definitions & Requirements
 
In General

All cars will be factory produced 356s with factory produced 4 cylinder Porsche engines.

There must be at least 3 cars entered in a Division in order for the class to be judged.

Full Concours

This division represents the best of the best.  There is no distinction between model or class in this division. The cars should appear completely factory original except as noted below.

 

  • Judging includes the exterior, interior, front storage compartment, engine compartment, chassis forward of jack points, and chassis rearward of jack points.

 

  • The cars should appear as delivered from the factory but do not need to match Kardex information.

 

  • The cars do not need to be licensed and can be trailered to the event.

 

  • Any factory or dealer options are allowed. It is the responsibility of the participant to prove that the options are correct, using period photos, factory books, etc.

 

  • Seat belts are allowed but not necessary. If installed they are subject to judging.

 

  • Lubrication of components and latches is acceptable (lubricating grease is not dirt).

 

  • A small amount of dirt or grass in the tire treads, or soot in the exhaust pipe is acceptable, road dirt or dust is not.

 

Exceptions - Assuming that even Full Concours cars are sometimes driven, and in the spirit of promoting the driving of all cars, the following allowances will be made in this class:

  • Items used for safety

    • Fire extinguisher

    • Seat belts

    • Modern tires

    • Dual circuit braking system

 

 
Street Concours

 

Judging includes the exterior, interior, front storage compartment and engine compartment.  Of the categories that are judged in this division, these cars are held to the same high standards as the Full Concours cars are. 

 

Cars compete in the following categories:

A

   Open

   Closed

B

   Open

   Closed

C

   Open

   Closed

They should appear factory correct, but because these cars are driven, they are allowed some updates and changes as noted below.

 

Minimum Requirements

  • The cars are required to be currently registered.

  • Seat belts are required and are judged, but can be any type.

Examples of allowed options & upgrades

 

  • Any factory or dealer options are allowed. It is the responsibility of the participant to prove the options are correct, using period photos, factory books, etc.

 

  • Wider than stock wheels allowed.

  • Currently available wheels (Boyd alloy wheels, Technomag wheels, etc.) that don’t use hubcaps will now be allowed. The exposed drum surface that is showing where the hubcap is normally located, as well as the lug nuts, will be subjected to  judging.

 

  • 12V Electrical systems and H4 lights, are allowed as long as the original look is preserved.

Examples of point deductions

 

  • Aftermarket distributors are subject to a minimum .1 point deduction.

 

  • Aftermarket carbs (Weber, Dellortos etc.) are subject to a minimum .1 point deduction ( each for carbs, for each aftermarket air cleaner.).

 

  • Options like CD players, non-original radios are subject to point deductions.

 

  • Non-original exhausts except period type like Abarth, etc. are subject to point deduction.

 

  • Upgrading of A/B drum brakes to C disc brakes is a .4 point deduction.

 

Wash and Shine

Cars should appear original and are judged ONLY on cleanliness and presentation. No deductions are made for non-original items.  Judging includes the exterior, interior and front compartment (no engine or undercarriage).

Minimum Requirements

  • The cars are required to be currently registered.

  • Seat belts are required and are judged, but can be any type.

  • Only 356 type engines are allowed in this class.

 

 

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