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Vancouver Porsche Club rolling into Harrison this Saturday

Car show starts at about 10:30 a.m. at boat launch

Harrison Hot Springs is preparing for some cool customers this weekend.

The Vancouver Porsche Club is rolling out 24 of their air-cooled Porsche classics, parking near the boat launch at approximately 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 22.

The high-end classic cars span the 60s to the late 90s and the club states “It will be something you don’t see often and kids young and old will enjoy the cars.”

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COVID-19 physical distancing and hygienic precautions must be followed at this any other events throughout the weekend.

Porsche’s automobile brand started in 1948, but its earliest origins in the auto parts industry stretch back to 1930, as founded by Ferdinand Porsche.


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