The Porsche Werks Reunion has proven that more and more Porsche owners coming from across the country are joining the event. These Porsche aficionados have gathered at the Rancho Canada Golf Club located in Carmel, California. The gathering was held last August 19, 2016. The Werks Reunion is still in its 3rd year but has already become as a solid part of the Monterey Car Week. This single-marque gathering featured high quality and rare Porsches that naturally made its place in the Monterey Car Week.
The Werks Reunion was filled with Porsche’s most popular line, the Porsche 911 and all of its versions. There was also a good number of Porsche 356 models that date back to its first models. On the other side of the spectrum, the more modern Panamera luxury sedans and Cayennes SUVs also made an appearance. The gathering welcomes all Porsche models from the earliest Porsche models to the latest cars.
1964 Porsche 356C coupe
According to officials, the fire marshal has only allowed up to 500 vehicles to attend the event. The golf course was beautifully line with amazing Porsches that stretches out to the tree line. Last year’s Werks Reunion was believed to have passed the vehicle limit by a handful of cars and most likely it was the same for this year.
The number of Porsches that came was a lot more than expected that they did not just occupy the confines of the event, dozens more were also seen at the parking lots and besides the highway.
Porsche 911 ‘outlaw’
The Porsche Werks Reunion goes side by side with the Legends of the Autobahn show that features every car made in Germany. Before the reunion was established in 2014, the Legends of the Autobahn was filled with Porsches.
A Pair of Porsche 944s
As always, the competitive spirit of the Porsches was high as a handful of Porsche racers was displayed, both modern and classic racers. The less popular transaxle cars also made an appearance, they are the front-engine, water-cooled models of Porsche. The transaxle cars were there to help celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Porsche 924 that gave birth to the Porsche 928s, 944s, and 928s. A good number of the transaxles were mixed among the more standard air-cooled, rear engine models.
1959 356C Cabriolet
Blue 911 GTS coupes
1956 356 Carrera Cabriolet
Porsche Speedster ‘Speedey’
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