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MCL Motor Cars Porsche Cayman S Launch at UBC Golf Course

Jan 14, 2006

By Catherine Barr


A casually elegant gathering at University Golf Club attracted lots of attention from North Shore residents last week. MCL Motor Cars put on the ritz to announce the latest addition to their luxury car line - the Porsche Cayman S. Not for the faint of heart, this machine was built for speed. Plan on seeing a few flying past your window soon.

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Former Playboy lingerie model Penny Phang looked perfect in pink marabou which gave added glam.
West Vancouverites Celina Padol and Randy Mulherin, who plays lead guitar with the band "Luxury", were impressed with the offerings.
The well-heeled and well-connected always make this scene. From left: Rosario Ruiz y Laza, Point Grey realtor Spice Lucks, beau Michael Longhi and Leone's fashionista Carmen Ruiz y Laza.
Artsclub Theatre Company's own special events manager Jennifer Petersen and fund development director Terry Whitehead remind everyone to check out their new 2006 season of plays.
MCL's Christina Smalley and her kissing cayman reptiles helped show off the new Porsche Cayman S with the help of MCL sales consultant William Fong (left) and business manager Peter Wong.


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