Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas will welcome more than 50 Porsche sports cars to the dealership Saturday for the annual Porsche Club of America-Las Vegas members’ open house and car show.
The public is invited to attend the car show, which is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
“Dating back to the origins of the Porsche brand founded by Dr. Ferry Porsche in the 1930s, this event showcases the broad spectrum of Porsche models appealing to every taste and driving style,” said Jim Mooradian, Gaudin Porsche’s general manager. “We encourage every one of our clients to get involved in the local club so they can truly appreciate the unique Porsche ownership experience. Many have told us, once they owned a Porsche they could never own or drive anything else.”
Saturday’s event will include a few recently acquired antique vehicles from Gaudin Porsche owner Gary Ackerman’s personal auto collection. These include a rare, working 1940 Good Humor ice cream truck complete with frozen treats.
“We love the opportunity to share our cars and the history behind them with fellow sports car lovers,” said Mike Anderson, a Porsche product specialist and club member.
The Las Vegas club’s president is Solomon Braun, who promotes Porsche culture through club rallies, holiday parades and monthly drives. Members meet monthly throughout the county.
Gaudin Porsche is at 7200 W. Sahara Ave.