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Old 04-28-2007, 04:38 PM
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Where abouts in mass is this guy from???
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Old 04-28-2007, 05:57 PM
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That is just neat. The guy must see something in the paper or what ever and just buy it and stick it in a barn and forget it. wish I had done that years ago with all the cars I've had I would be able to have a new boat every year and never do anything but play. AAAAAA hind sight
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Old 04-28-2007, 05:58 PM
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Awesome collection Kurt. Thanks for sharing the pics.
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That is crazy, my Porsche dealer told me yesterday that one of his customers has 3 storage buildings full of Porsches He has never sold a Porsche since the first one he ever bought. His daily driver is a early 80's model with almost 200k miles on it

I have not been into Porsches since'98 but I am thinking about getting a 1994 3.6 Turbo and a 2004 X50 Twin Turbo that I am going to have Gemballa do a few mods on.....And I promise you in 6-12 months one or both will be for sale


i love my 3.6 turbo!!
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Old 04-28-2007, 07:03 PM
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Why didnt you just say YOU KNEW JAY LENO.................
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Vasek Polak had a huge collection of Porsches... I've wondered what happened to them since his passing.....
He created a charity trust and most of the cars in his collection got auctioned, proceeds going to charity....

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Vasek Polak, Benefactor. To many Porsche enthusiasts, his name is well known, as a race car driver, Porsche mechanic, Porsche dealer, collector of racing cars.Mr. Polak died in 1997, from injuries sustained in a crash on the German autobahn. He left his estate to the Vasek and Anna Maria Polak Charitable Foundation, Inc. to promote cancer research and to build treatment facilities in this country and his native Czech Republic. The car collection and the dealerships are gone, but the man lives on in the memories of those who knew him. The Vasek Polak Charitable Trust is currently managed by Co-Directors Soterios Menzelos and Jeffrey Bucher.
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Great collection
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Hey Biggus , can't see the pictures but reading the names there are some nice hardware . I've sold my 39 Norton a couple of years ago and I'm down to one bike now ,a 1958 Matchless G 80 S .

Know some guys with as many as 50 bikes splattered all over their homes . Here's a nice old Austin 7 supercharged Brookland racer we ride in the Okanagan during summer .


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Nice Austin! and a sweet Norton too!
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