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The two divisions are: Street Division - all judging will be done above the chassis, no wheel wells or undercarriage will be judged, outer surfaces of tires and wheels and hubcaps will be judged; and Novice Division - structured to help the first-time concourist learn about vehicle preparation and judging at Concours events. The Concours classes are as follows:

Classes

Models

Year

S-1,N-1

356's

All

S-2,N-2

911's, 912's, and 930's

1965-1977

S-3,N-3

911's and 930's

1978-1989 Carrera

S-4,N-4

911 C2, C4, 993, 996, 997

1989-present

S-5,N-5

914-4's and 914-6's

All

S-6,N-6

924s, 924 Turbos, 928s, 944s, 944 Turbos and 968s

All

S-7,N-7

986 Boxster, 987 Boxster

All

S-8,N-8

Special Interest, Limited Production

All

S-9,N-9

Current Competition

All

    S - Street Division N - Novice Division

There is also a Display Division, which includes all models for all years. No judging will be performed.

General

Advanced preparation for the event should be made by the entrant prior to arriving at the Concours site. Final preparations can be made at the Concours site, but only prior to the start of judging. Once judging begins, only dusting with a feather duster or suitable dusting cloth will be permitted. All cleaning materials, boxes, etc., must be removed from the display area before judging begins. Entries must be displayed without a cover, and "FOR SALE" signs are prohibited until after all judging has been completed. All vehicle alarm systems must be turned off prior to entering the Concours site and must remain off throughout the event. No commercial displays will be allowed unless authorized by the Event Chairman.

Except in Classes 8 and 9 (all Divisions), all Porsches must have the same basic Porsche engine configuration as the vehicle was originally equipped. Example: No 6 cylinder vs. 4 cylinder swaps or Carrera (4 cam) vs. pushrod swaps. In Classes 8 and 9 (all Divisions), any type of engine swap is allowed, including non-Porsche engines.

Special Interest Entries are defined as highly modified production Porsches. A Porsche with an engine swap as discussed above could be entered in this class. Modification to these entries shall not affect judging except where modifications render the entry illegal or unsafe.

Current Competition Entries are defined as vehicles currently (within the last 12 months) involved in active competition. Active competition includes IMSA, SCCA, Solo I & II, PCA Club Racing, PCA Driver's Education events and

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