Porsche Club of America – PCA


The Porsche Club of America (PCA) was founded commercial artist in the Washington, D.C. area Bill Sholar, in 1955 and is currently based in Maryland. The PCA celebrates the finer things in life. They desire the comfort of good friends and good conversation, and praise to a fault the world’s finest automobile. Since its founding in, the close-knit community of Porsche owners has grown to 145 regions throughout the United States and Canada.

In the eyes of the PCA, Porsche has no equal, and since 1955, the Porsche Club of America has catered to the particular needs and interests of the Porsche owner. Their main mission is to heighten the Porsche owning and driving experiences, which they accomplish by meeting a number of objectives:

  • To promote the highest standards of courtesy and safety on the roads
  • To enjoy and share good will and fellowship engendered by owning a Porsche
  • To maintain the highest standards of operation and performance of the marque
  • To establish mutually beneficial relationships with the Porsche factory, dealers and other service sources
  • To exchange ideas with other Porsche Clubs throughout the world
  • To establish mutually cooperative relationships with other sports car clubs

First appearing in December 1955, the Club’s monthly magazine, Porsche Panorama, kept all members updated on the latest technical information, factory news, and events. If you want to know more about the PCA look at their website here:  www.pca.org