Over 115 colorful Porsches lined the tarmac at the Gillespie County Airport Saturday morning for the 21st annual Boxtoberfest. Porsches ranged in models from the 1970s to a 2018 version, seen in bright blue in the front of this photo. — Standard-Radio Post/McKenzie Moellering
Sports car enthusiast Wyatt Williams of Fredericksburg spent the morning with his aunt at Boxtoberfest. William’s favorite Porsche was the lime green model, made in the 2000s.
Despite the rain and cooler temperatures, over 115 Porsches were on display at the Gillespie County Airport Saturday morning. The group of almost 200 people then went on six different driving tours throughout the Hill Country.
Marselles Avery of The Woodlands participated in his first ever Boxtoberfest over the weekend. Avery said he grew up with a love for model Corvettes and always dreamed of owning one before falling in love with Porsches after his neighbor sold one to him. Avery commutes over 120 miles a day in his 2006 convertible, which he says is one of the most relaxing drives he ever does.
Rain won’t keep the Porsches away
Wed, 09/12/2018 - 11:37am
21st Boxtoberfest brings sports car fanatics to the Hill Country