Sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Region-Porsche Club of America and the 356 Club, and coinciding with a Sequim Cars & Coffee meeting, the Spring Tour-Car Collection event saw more than 80 vehicles on display at club member Dan Kalinski’s property overlooking the Dungeness Spit on May 18. The fleet of vehicles featured a James Dean 550 Spyder replica along with several non Porsches, including Ford GTs, Mercedes, Ferraris, Corvettes and several other period show cars. For more about the club, see opr-pca.org/club-info. Photo by Bob Lampert

Sponsored by the Olympic Peninsula Region-Porsche Club of America and the 356 Club, and coinciding with a Sequim Cars & Coffee meeting, the Spring Tour-Car Collection event saw more than 80 vehicles on display at club member Dan Kalinski’s property overlooking the Dungeness Spit on May 18. The fleet of vehicles featured a James Dean 550 Spyder replica along with several non Porsches, including Ford GTs, Mercedes, Ferraris, Corvettes and several other period show cars. For more about the club, see opr-pca.org/club-info. Photo by Bob Lampert

PHOTO: Prime Porsches on display

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