Porsche enthusiasts congregate on Kirkland couples’ lawn for car show

Porsche enthusiasts from around the region gathered last Saturday in Kirkland for the second annual Isaacs Concours d’ Elegance, hosted at the home of Mark and Madelon Isaacs, Realtors with ReMax Northwest in Kirkland.

  • Monday, June 2, 2008 7:07pm
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Porsche enthusiasts from around the region gathered last Saturday in Kirkland for the second annual Isaacs Concours d’ Elegance, hosted at the home of Mark and Madelon Isaacs, Realtors with ReMax Northwest in Kirkland.

Sponsored by the Porsche Club of America, Pacific Northwest Region, the event featured Porsche cars ranging in model age from 1958 to 2007. In all, the event featured 26 cars randomly displayed across the Isaacs’ lawn.

Nick and Ann Daffern of Bellevue won first prize for their 1958 356A Ivory Porsche Speedster. Second place went to Royal Howard for his 1958 356A Silver Coupe, while Al Courteney’s bright orange 1971 911 placed 3rd.

John Mueller won “The Preparation Full” class with his 2007 997 Carrera S. Alan Caldwell’s yellow 2006 997 Carrera S took second.

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