KyPCA 2024 Tentative Monthly Meeting Schedule

KyPCA 2024 Tentative Monthly Meeting Schedule
2nd Monday of each month

January 8 – NO Meeting
February 12 – Fiesta Time Amigos: 135 S English Station
March 11 – Taziki’s Mediterranean Café: 106 Fairfax Ave
April 8 – Bravo! Italian Kitchen
May 13 – Joe’s Older than Dirt
June 10 – Parlour Pizza: 3910 Ruckriegel Pkwy
July 8 – Famous Dave’s: 8605 Citadel Way, Louisville, KY (off Hurstbourne Ln)
August 12 – Jef Sloss’s Home
September 9 – Dos Aztecas Mexican: 9207 US-42 Prospect
October 14 – Captain’s Quarters
November 11 – Roosters: 10430 Shelbyville Rd
December 9 – TBD

Meeting locations subject to change. ALWAYS refer to the Team App for the most up to date information.

Car Maintenance & Other Member Recommendations

Car Maintenance

Blue Grass Porsche
Main: (502) 894-2528

Genesis Garage
Owner: Mitch Schulz
2200 Coopers Ln
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812) 920-0767

Turning Wrenches
(502) 821-3180

Wraps/Detailing/Paint Protection

Louisville Auto Syndicate
Contact: Anson Hubsch
1477 S Brook St
Louisville, KY 40208
(502) 509-7446
Paint protection films/Wraps/Detailing/Coatings

Studio A Auto Detailing
13059 Middletown Industrial Blvd
Louisville, KY 40223
(502) 592-8310
Paint protection films/Detailing/Coatings

Xclusive Professional Auto Detailing
2211 Plantside Dr
Louisville, KY 40299
(502) 586-3453
Paint protection films/Detailing/Coatings

Lift/Installation Recommendations

Challenger Lift
Installation: Billy Stewart, Global Equipment (502) 523-9476

Paint/Body Repair

Precision Collision
– 3103 Stober Rd
Louisville, KY 40213
– 4311 Shelbyville Road
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 456-5334

Oxmoor Collision
11505 Electron Dr.
Louisville, KY 40299
(502) 423-3980

Manning’s Paint and Body
11300 Electron Dr.
Louisville, KY 40299
(502) 261-0672

Factory Finish
Contact: KC
6382 State Road 64
Georgetown, IN 47122
(812) 923-1831


Pearson and Marzain Inc.
501 E St Catherine St
Louisville, KY 40203
(502) 585-2475

Factory Finish
6382 State Road 64
Georgetown, IN 47122
(812) 923-1831

Bingham Designs
3225 Industrial Pkwy
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812) 590-6806


Discount Tire – Hurstbourne location

Genesis Garage

K & G Tire Pros – Buckner, KY

Wheel Repair

Alloy Wheel Repair
4421 Poplar Level Rd
(502) 553-3775

Glass Replacement/Repair

TruFit Autoglass
500 N English Station Rd, Unit 103
Louisville, KY 40223
(502) 694-2970


Cup Holder

Floating Caps

Element Personal Fire Extinguisher

This list is not meant to be all-inclusive and is simply a compilation of member suggestions.

Lost Access to Team App

Stack Team App is web based. Hence, if you have lost access you will need to go to the website.

1. Click Continue with Email
2. On the next page enter your Email address and hit continue (please be sure the Email entered is the Email originally used to create the account)
3. On the next page click Forgot Your Password
4. You then have the option to Send Sign In Link or Reset Password

Garage Envy

2024 KYPCA Garage Envy Contest

This event is centered around camaraderie of the membership traveling to various members
garages. To admire and complement those garage owners on their hard work, along with a big
investment in housing their Porsche cars. Yes, this is a friendly competition. BUT cheating is
allowed (such as serving food and drink to the membership or any other creative means to win votes).

To Enter into the Fun please email Steve McCombs.
Include your name, address, email & phone #.
Dead Line to enter is April 12th.

We currently have 4 members entered and are looking for more.

A special designed trophy has been put together to compliment this event. Many thanks for those how have entered….

All are welcome to be involved in having fun driving to each location and viewing these awesome garages.

MEETING Location: Stony Brook Cinemas Parking lot 2745 S. Hurstbourne Parkway
TIME: Saturday April 13th. Driver’s meeting at 9:30am depart right after….. (Event goes til 4pm)

Any question contact: Steve McCombs

KYPCA Tail of the Dragon 2024

Tail of the Dragon Tour May 10, 11 & 12

This event is a semi-spirited Drive around the Foot Hills of the Smokey Mountains.
Thorough beautiful Eastern Tennessee and western North Carolina in the middle of Spring.
This event is open to all members, couples are encouraged. Home base will be in Maryville,Tn.
At the Hampton Inn Knoxville Airport which is close to restaurants, shopping and gas stations.
I’ll have a block of rooms, hopefully at a special rate. But as always, you will be responsible for
all of your expenses plus your own hotel reservations. There will be Club waivers to sign each day at the morning Drivers meetings. Saturday will be the longest driving day. Traveling over most of the iconic roads as stated in magazines and of course youtube.

Here’s the weekend agenda:

For those wishing to drive down together from Louisville. We’ll meet at 3:00pm at the 1st rest stop off of I-64 just past the New Outlet mall. If you can’t make that time. You need to plan on being at the Drivers meeting, 8am Saturday morning in the Hotel parking lot.

Saturday day out Routes will be from 8:00 thru 5:00 with Lunch around 12:30 at the Historic
Tapoco Lodge in Robbinsville NC. Dinner that evening will be sort of on your own, with no reservations for the group. But we still can go some place together…

Sunday Plans to start around 8:30 and finish mid day around 2:00pm. For those who wish to
get back to Louisville before Dark.

This will be a fun Porsche driving experience, making new friends, with tons of beautiful scenery. And if you have never been to that area. I guarantee you’ll want to go back again and again.

Please join us on the KYPCA Tail of the Dragon Road Tour.

If you are going PLEASE contact Steve McCombs.

1st Drive of 2024 Drive to Warsaw, KY – Lunch at Jewel’s on Main

This Drive takes the place of the Rising Sun/Ferry trip which didn’t work out ….( bad roads, no place for restroom break and the Ferry is VERY un-friendly for our cars).


Drive the back roads of north eastern KY to Warsaw, KY and have lunch at one of THE best restaurant in the Northern Kentucky area, Jewel’s on Main. The food is almost 5 star at a 2 ½ star price. We had 33 cars signed up for the previous listed drive. Please plan on attending this alternate fun drive.

Rain or shine event…. Please RSVP on Team App
(the restaurant can take up to 65 people)

When: Saturday March 30th
Meeting time: 9:00am
Meeting Location: Kroger Prospect parking lot

Any questions contact Steve McCombs

KYPCA 2020 Bylaws Amended

KYPCA Bylaws were amended and approved at the monthly membership meeting Monday, February 10, 2020. The amended bylaws are now posted.

October 2019 Activities Report

“Do not go gentle into that good night”. In Kentucky, we interpret that to mean, as the summer driving season comes to a close, we need to rage against the dying of the light. And not going gentle is what we do. First up was a LuxRow Distillery tour in Bardstown, KY. As Bardstown is 65 miles away (based on the roads we take), it gives ample opportunity to explore secondary roads twisting around hills and streams.

Two weeks later, it was a drive out Huber’s Farm to meet up with three other Porsche regions: Central and Southern Indiana and Bluegrass. Huber’s is a local farm experience: pick ya own pumpkins, wine tasting, turkey dines and rows upon rows of Porsches.

We followed that up with our 5th annual Germanfest/Bourbonfest hosted by Steve and Bernadette Doolin at their place out in the woods outside of Louisville. Next up was two more bourbon tours on two separate weekends. Wild Turkey, one of the oldest distilleries in Kentucky, followed by Castle & Key, two weeks later, one of the newest.

Castle & Key Distillery is located on the site of the historic Old Taylor Distillery, outside Frankfort. After sitting abandoned to fall into ruin, new owners purchased the property in 2014. Production began at the distillery in late 2016 for the first time in over 40 years. Besides incredible architecture, the site also has 110 acres of gardens and river views in one of the prettiest locations in Kentucky.

We finished off the season with the Kentucky Covered Bridge Tour. Covered bridges are a staple of the Midwest, the wood covering preserving the bridges from the ravages of sun and rain.

Kentucky Invades Ohio!

Before we escalate to acts of armed aggression, I should clarify: the PCA region of Kentucky spent the weekend driving through the Hocking Hills portion of southeast Ohio. The Hocking Hills is a deeply dissected area of the Allegheny Plateau featuring cliffs, gorges, rock shelters, and waterfalls. The area’s topography is due to particular sandstone formation: thick, hard and weather-resistant, forming high cliffs and narrow, deep gorges.

The area is world famous for its roads featuring sweeping curves and scenery. What would you expect from roads named “Black Diamond Run”, “Zaleski Zipper” or “Hocking Hills Nipper”? A favored spot for America’s motor journalists, frequently using the area for sports car comparisons. In fact, Car & Driver magazine has declared a 14-mile path they’ve carved out in the Hills as their “favorite test loop” for taking a vehicle through the motions. The magazine has been testing cars on the roads here since at least 1989. Well, if it’s good enough for Car & Driver, it must be good enough for KYPCA.

Lest you think it was all roads meant to be explored in a spirited fashion, the area also features more bucolic routes: “Lazy Rivers” and “Rim of the World”. Not least but last, there is the famed “Triple Nickle”: up and down and around a route guaranteed to make your passenger sick.

We decided to make a weekend out of the trip, leaving Louisville early Saturday to return Sunday night. Of our 700 mile round trip, 300 miles were spent on the Hills’ “Windy 9” (as in “winding”, not as in blowing air); 9 specific routes featuring the best scenic and winding routes for cars and motorcycles. A brief aside: does everyone in Ohio always drive 20 miles under the speed limit at all times? Our admittedly less than statistically accurate survey would say “YES”!

Besides sampling routes, we spent time visiting many popular tourist attractions, including the pencil sharpener museum, featuring a collection of over 3,400 pencil sharpeners (including one shaped like a 911 Turbo), thought to be the nation’s largest.

Our monthly activities also included our annual trip to Southern Indiana’s Polly’s Freeze, serving ice cream continuously since 1952.