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A couple of people have asked me what's the significance of the license plate...

Most of you are aware that Chuck Hammersmith founded the now defunct Porsche Pete's Boxster Board which had evolved into PPBB.
In mid 1997 he decided to create a community so that all the Boxster waiters at the time would have a place to discuss rumors, news and exchange information on their upcoming new Boxsters.
Slowly and surely, because of Chucks guidance PPBB grew to be the oldest, largest and most enjoyable Porsche Boxster community anywhere.
Eventually some of the original Boxster owners decided to downgrade to other Porsche vehicles winking smiley due to the need for rear seats, etc., so the community evolved from Boxster owners to Porsche owners in general.
This PedrosBoard community will exist in Chuck's honor.
Happy Porsche-ing,
Pedro



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 11/18/2010 07:28PM by pedro. (view changes)
... aside from it being Chuck's.
Chuck was a Porsche fanatic since a young man and knew his Porsche history.
He knew, for instance, that Ferdinand Porsche's 356 #1 had this license plate when registered in Germany.



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So, Chuck had his North Carolina vanity plate made to commemorate Porsche's first 356.
Happy Porsche-ing,
Pedro


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1998 Boxster 986 - 200,000+ miles: http://www.PedrosGarage.com

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