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Pictorial: Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

The Best In Show Award at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was won by this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta owned by David and Ginny Sydorick.
The Best In Show Award at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was won by this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta owned by David and Ginny Sydorick.
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1958 Scarab race cars & Tuckers line Pebble Beach's fairway at this year's Concours d’Elegance
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1958 Scarab race cars & Tuckers line Pebble Beach's fairway at this year's Concours d’Elegance
One of the Tucker stunt double cars from the Jeff Bridge's movie of the same name.
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One of the Tucker stunt double cars from the Jeff Bridge's movie of the same name.
1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe nose detail
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1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe nose detail
1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe from the Czech Republic (2)
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1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe from the Czech Republic (2)
One of the most beautiful cars at the show - 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe from the Czech Republic
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One of the most beautiful cars at the show - 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe from the Czech Republic
Rear quarters of the 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe 
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Rear quarters of the 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe 
Art deco door handle graces the b-pillar on the 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe
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Art deco door handle graces the b-pillar on the 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe
Interior of 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe
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Interior of 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe
Looking down the fluid, seamless quarter panel of the 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe
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Looking down the fluid, seamless quarter panel of the 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe
Tucker's famous 3rd headlight was revolutionary for back in the day
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Tucker's famous 3rd headlight was revolutionary for back in the day
1949 Delahaye 135M Guillore Cabriolet 
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1949 Delahaye 135M Guillore Cabriolet 
Suicide doors on the 1949 Delahaye 135M Guillore Cabriolet  at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
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Suicide doors on the 1949 Delahaye 135M Guillore Cabriolet  at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
One of three famous 1958 Scarab Mk II Sports Racers on display 
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One of three famous 1958 Scarab Mk II Sports Racers on display 
Scarabs were designed to compete against front engined Ferraris and the like back in the late 1950s
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Scarabs were designed to compete against front engined Ferraris and the like back in the late 1950s
Scarabs were the product of a company called Reventlow Automobiles Inc under the guidance of a Woolworth heir - Lance Reventlow
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Scarabs were the product of a company called Reventlow Automobiles Inc under the guidance of a Woolworth heir - Lance Reventlow
Scarabs sport similar body language as most other 50s and 60s SCCA entrants 
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Scarabs sport similar body language as most other 50s and 60s SCCA entrants 
The French were on hand with a category of their own in the quirky yet collectible Citroens
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The French were on hand with a category of their own in the quirky yet collectible Citroens
1965 Citroen D5 Majesty Chapron Limousine
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1965 Citroen D5 Majesty Chapron Limousine
The 1965 Hong Qi (red flag) CA72 limousine was one of two cars from China to appear in this Pebble Beach first
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The 1965 Hong Qi (red flag) CA72 limousine was one of two cars from China to appear in this Pebble Beach first
Heading back from his respective awards ceremony
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Heading back from his respective awards ceremony
Chinese built/designed 1965 Hong Qi CA770 limousines were big on American influence with massive metal body works
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Chinese built/designed 1965 Hong Qi CA770 limousines were big on American influence with massive metal body works
Chinese 1965 Hong Qi CA770 limousines were built for Chairman Mao and other dignitaries 
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Chinese 1965 Hong Qi CA770 limousines were built for Chairman Mao and other dignitaries 
Interior of one of two Chinese sedans, provided by the Sanhe Classic Car Museum in Chengdu, China
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Interior of one of two Chinese sedans, provided by the Sanhe Classic Car Museum in Chengdu, China
The Hong Qi cars were a definite high interest marque at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
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The Hong Qi cars were a definite high interest marque at this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
Citroens grace the oceanic side of the fairway at Pebble Beach
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Citroens grace the oceanic side of the fairway at Pebble Beach
Citroens were and still are considered engineering marvels
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Citroens were and still are considered engineering marvels
Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance sorts cars into select staple categories like pre-war or Italian classics, but also features unique marques like the Tucker, Scarab or Cars of the Raj
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Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance sorts cars into select staple categories like pre-war or Italian classics, but also features unique marques like the Tucker, Scarab or Cars of the Raj
3rd seat on this pre-war roadster gives new meaning to the term "riding shotgun"
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3rd seat on this pre-war roadster gives new meaning to the term "riding shotgun"
One of many Delahayes onsite this year
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One of many Delahayes onsite this year
Pebble Beach Concours support staff moving an entrants car to its paddock
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Pebble Beach Concours support staff moving an entrants car to its paddock
Driver's seat of a 1919 Cunningham Series V-3 Speedster
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Driver's seat of a 1919 Cunningham Series V-3 Speedster
Pre-1920s cars like this 1919 Cunningham Series V-3 Speedster were also on the fairway
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Pre-1920s cars like this 1919 Cunningham Series V-3 Speedster were also on the fairway
1919 Cunningham Series V-3 Speedster
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1919 Cunningham Series V-3 Speedster
Another 1920s era racer - 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout
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Another 1920s era racer - 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout
1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout 
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1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout 
Steering wheel gadgetry on this 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout differs slightly from today's flappy paddle cars
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Steering wheel gadgetry on this 1920 Mercer Series 5 Raceabout differs slightly from today's flappy paddle cars
1922 Bugatti Type 2930 Oval Tank Race Car made the trip all the way from Japan to the shores of California
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1922 Bugatti Type 2930 Oval Tank Race Car made the trip all the way from Japan to the shores of California
The simplistic early era beauty of this 1922 Bugatti Type 2930 Oval Tank Race Car 
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The simplistic early era beauty of this 1922 Bugatti Type 2930 Oval Tank Race Car 
Gauge work and shift levers of the 1922 Bugatti Type 2930 Oval Tank Race Car
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Gauge work and shift levers of the 1922 Bugatti Type 2930 Oval Tank Race Car
1929 Pierce Arrow 133 Coupe
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1929 Pierce Arrow 133 Coupe
When it comes to ornate detailing, the French take the prize as seen around the nose of this 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri ChapronClabot Cabriolet
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When it comes to ornate detailing, the French take the prize as seen around the nose of this 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri ChapronClabot Cabriolet
Art deco stylings of this 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri ChapronClabot Cabriolet
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Art deco stylings of this 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri ChapronClabot Cabriolet
1935 Delage D8-85 Henri ChapronClabot Cabriolet 
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1935 Delage D8-85 Henri ChapronClabot Cabriolet 
Iconic hood ornament adorns a 1938 Bentley 4 14 Litre Gurney Nutting Sedance Coupe
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Iconic hood ornament adorns a 1938 Bentley 4 14 Litre Gurney Nutting Sedance Coupe
1938 Bentley 4 14 Litre Gurney Nutting Sedance Coupe
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1938 Bentley 4 14 Litre Gurney Nutting Sedance Coupe
Beautiful woodwork lines the dash of this 1938 Bentley 4 14 Litre Gurney Nutting Sedance Coupe
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Beautiful woodwork lines the dash of this 1938 Bentley 4 14 Litre Gurney Nutting Sedance Coupe
1938 Bentley 4 14 Litre Gurney Nutting Sedance Coupe featuring early era targa roof detail
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1938 Bentley 4 14 Litre Gurney Nutting Sedance Coupe featuring early era targa roof detail
With one of the longest names in autodom, this rare 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster was one of the only entries from the French marque
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With one of the longest names in autodom, this rare 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster was one of the only entries from the French marque
Teardrop fenders and headlights grace the frontal quarters on this 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster
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Teardrop fenders and headlights grace the frontal quarters on this 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster
Rounded grille detail of a 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster
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Rounded grille detail of a 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster
1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster sporting unique design details
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1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster sporting unique design details
Aerial view of the 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster
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Aerial view of the 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster
No doors required on the 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster
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No doors required on the 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster
1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster showing rear quarter details
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1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster showing rear quarter details
1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster trunk detail
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1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster trunk detail
1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster on profile shows closed rear fenders 
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1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Portout Roadster on profile shows closed rear fenders 
1946 Fiat 1100C Frua Barchetta presents some polarizing design choices
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1946 Fiat 1100C Frua Barchetta presents some polarizing design choices
Oversized tail fin resides between flared rear quarter panels on this 1946 Fiat 1100C Frua Barchetta
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Oversized tail fin resides between flared rear quarter panels on this 1946 Fiat 1100C Frua Barchetta
The Italians know design, as seen in this 1946 Fiat 1100C Frua Barchetta
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The Italians know design, as seen in this 1946 Fiat 1100C Frua Barchetta
Tucker test chassis on display at Pebble Beach this year
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Tucker test chassis on display at Pebble Beach this year
Tucker test chassis No2 even made it to the show
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Tucker test chassis No2 even made it to the show
Only 51 Tuckers were ever made in 1948 before the company shut down
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Only 51 Tuckers were ever made in 1948 before the company shut down
A dozen Tuckers, the most ever gathered in one place, at this year's show
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A dozen Tuckers, the most ever gathered in one place, at this year's show
Two unlikely American pairings - 1958 Scarabs in blue with a dozen Tuckers in the background
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Two unlikely American pairings - 1958 Scarabs in blue with a dozen Tuckers in the background
It's all about the hats!
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It's all about the hats!
Support staff shuttling cars about the show
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Support staff shuttling cars about the show
Motor Cars of the Raj was the first time cars of  the royal family graced the fairway at Pebble Beach
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Motor Cars of the Raj was the first time cars of  the royal family graced the fairway at Pebble Beach
One of several cars brought over from India as part of the "Cars of the Raj" display
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One of several cars brought over from India as part of the "Cars of the Raj" display
Entrants discussing various automobilia items while waiting for their respective awards
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Entrants discussing various automobilia items while waiting for their respective awards
The low race inspired profile of a 1958 Scarab
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The low race inspired profile of a 1958 Scarab
Tucker featured a rear mounted 343 cubic inch, horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engine similar to Volkswagen/Porsche 
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Tucker featured a rear mounted 343 cubic inch, horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engine similar to Volkswagen/Porsche 
Scarab dashboard with right hand drive configuration
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Scarab dashboard with right hand drive configuration
More hats
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More hats
Works of art adorn the hoods of this year's Concours d'Elegance
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Works of art adorn the hoods of this year's Concours d'Elegance
Tucker 48 enfield
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Tucker 48 enfield
Use of a third headlight was one of the more exclusive features on the Tucker
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Use of a third headlight was one of the more exclusive features on the Tucker
Looking down range into a Tucker's rear engine intake vent
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Looking down range into a Tucker's rear engine intake vent
Rumors of a conspiracy to kill the forward thinking Tucker by the Big 3 American auto-producers dogs the car to this day
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Rumors of a conspiracy to kill the forward thinking Tucker by the Big 3 American auto-producers dogs the car to this day
1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe 
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1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe 
1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe interior
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1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe interior
1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe features forward raising roof
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1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe features forward raising roof
1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe stands lower than a GT40
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1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe stands lower than a GT40
Concept works by student auto designers
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Concept works by student auto designers
Alfa Romeo concept by student designer
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Alfa Romeo concept by student designer
Opposite of the Dawn Patrol, cars make their way home after the event
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Opposite of the Dawn Patrol, cars make their way home after the event
BMW 507 heads back to its paddock
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BMW 507 heads back to its paddock
Bugatti one-seater on the way out
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Bugatti one-seater on the way out
More student works on display
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More student works on display
One of many cars submitted by the Motor Cars of Raj entry
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One of many cars submitted by the Motor Cars of Raj entry
Motor Cars of the Raj submitted this 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine 
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Motor Cars of the Raj submitted this 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine 
Ferraris of red on their way out
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Ferraris of red on their way out
Fiat 1400 making its way off the fairway
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Fiat 1400 making its way off the fairway
Ford GT40 leaving the event holds door open to allow cockpit heat out
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Ford GT40 leaving the event holds door open to allow cockpit heat out
Proper driving position for old school Ferraris
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Proper driving position for old school Ferraris
One of the Hong Qi cars makes its way off the awards stage
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One of the Hong Qi cars makes its way off the awards stage
1913 Mercer Model 35J Raceabout
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1913 Mercer Model 35J Raceabout
1913 Stutz B Ideal Bearcat
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1913 Stutz B Ideal Bearcat
Extensively reworked dash of the 1921 Fiat 501 S Corsa
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Extensively reworked dash of the 1921 Fiat 501 S Corsa
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1921 Fiat 501 S Corsa grile work
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1921 Fiat 501 S Corsa grile work
Side mounted spare tires on the 1921 Fiat 501 S Corsa
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Side mounted spare tires on the 1921 Fiat 501 S Corsa
1921 Fiat 501 S Corsa was one of the early era cars on display
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1921 Fiat 501 S Corsa was one of the early era cars on display
1927 Lanchester 21 HP Tourer was of many entries from the Motor Cars of the Raj display
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1927 Lanchester 21 HP Tourer was of many entries from the Motor Cars of the Raj display
Comes with driver,  1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj
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Comes with driver,  1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj
An extremely rare monster of a thing, the 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj display
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An extremely rare monster of a thing, the 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj display
1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj display
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1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj display
Gonna need more polish...the 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj display
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Gonna need more polish...the 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj display
the 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj display easily stands over 6 1/2 feet tall
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the 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine courtesy of the Motor Cars of the Raj display easily stands over 6 1/2 feet tall
Another Italian car with a verbose model tag...1928 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500S WC & RC Atcherley Sports Car
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Another Italian car with a verbose model tag...1928 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500S WC & RC Atcherley Sports Car
Reworked cockpit of the 1928 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500S WC & RC Atcherley Sports Car
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Reworked cockpit of the 1928 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500S WC & RC Atcherley Sports Car
1928 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500S WC & RC Atcherley Sports Car
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1928 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500S WC & RC Atcherley Sports Car
1929 Duesenberg J Derham Sport Phaeton
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1929 Duesenberg J Derham Sport Phaeton
1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II Hooper & Co Two Seat Tourer
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1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II Hooper & Co Two Seat Tourer
1931 Duesenberg J LeBaron Convertible Sedan
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1931 Duesenberg J LeBaron Convertible Sedan
1931 Minerva Type AL Rollston Convertible Sedan
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1931 Minerva Type AL Rollston Convertible Sedan
1932 Maybach DS 8 Zeppelin Spohn Cabriolet
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1932 Maybach DS 8 Zeppelin Spohn Cabriolet
1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster
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1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster
1935 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio
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1935 Bugatti Type 57 Stelvio
1937 Delahaye 135M Chapron Convertible Coupe
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1937 Delahaye 135M Chapron Convertible Coupe
1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet beautifully reworked cockpit
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1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet beautifully reworked cockpit
Janice Feldman of Singapore exits her 1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet that won the ArtCenter College of Design Award
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Janice Feldman of Singapore exits her 1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet that won the ArtCenter College of Design Award
1949 Delahaye 135M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet was another stunning example of the French marque
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1949 Delahaye 135M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet was another stunning example of the French marque
Purple lavender interior on the 1949 Delahaye 135M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet submission
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Purple lavender interior on the 1949 Delahaye 135M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet submission
1949 Delahaye 135M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet
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1949 Delahaye 135M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet
Filler cap detail on the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupe
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Filler cap detail on the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupe
Backend of the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupe
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Backend of the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupe
Long of nose, the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupe
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Long of nose, the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupe
Perfectly detailed bonnet venting on the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupe
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Perfectly detailed bonnet venting on the 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupe
1951 Fiat 1400 Vignale Cabriolet 
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1951 Fiat 1400 Vignale Cabriolet 
Open aired 1951 Fiat 1400 Vignale Cabriolet 
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Open aired 1951 Fiat 1400 Vignale Cabriolet 
Interior detail on the 1951 Fiat 1400 Vignale Cabriolet 
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Interior detail on the 1951 Fiat 1400 Vignale Cabriolet 
1951 Fiat 1400 Vignale Cabriolet dashboard detailing
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1951 Fiat 1400 Vignale Cabriolet dashboard detailing
Extremely rare and brilliantly restored 1953 Siata 300BC Bertone Barchetta
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Extremely rare and brilliantly restored 1953 Siata 300BC Bertone Barchetta
1953 Siata 300BC Bertone Barchetta
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1953 Siata 300BC Bertone Barchetta
5-star hotel treatment greets passengers in this 1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato Coupe
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5-star hotel treatment greets passengers in this 1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato Coupe
1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato Coupe
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1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato Coupe
Rear view of one 1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato Coupe
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Rear view of one 1959 Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato Coupe
Intake plugs on one of several Indy 500 cars at this year's event
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Intake plugs on one of several Indy 500 cars at this year's event
1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special , part of the Indy 500 car collection
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1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special , part of the Indy 500 car collection
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1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special exhaust detail
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1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special exhaust detail
1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special Indy 500 car submission
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1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special Indy 500 car submission
1967 Bryant Heating & Cooling Vollstedt Special
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1967 Bryant Heating & Cooling Vollstedt Special
1967 Ferrari 206 S Dino Drogo Spyder sporting winning ribbon
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1967 Ferrari 206 S Dino Drogo Spyder sporting winning ribbon
1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe showed how far Italians went in the 70s with concept cars
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1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe showed how far Italians went in the 70s with concept cars
Windscreen and roof designed as one unit on the 1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe
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Windscreen and roof designed as one unit on the 1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe
Like no other Ferrari
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Like no other Ferrari
Ernesto, Bindo and Ettore Maserati started a second company under the name of OSCA (Officine Specializzate Construzioni Automobili Fratelli Maserati)
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Ernesto, Bindo and Ettore Maserati started a second company under the name of OSCA (Officine Specializzate Construzioni Automobili Fratelli Maserati)
OSCA's were one of six special classes represented at this year's Concours d'Elegance
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OSCA's were one of six special classes represented at this year's Concours d'Elegance
Interior detail of a 1948 OSCA MT4 Siluro
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Interior detail of a 1948 OSCA MT4 Siluro
OSCA's were produced from 1947 to 1963
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OSCA's were produced from 1947 to 1963
A 1952 OSCA MT4 Prototype Frua Spider won third in its class at this year's auto gathering
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A 1952 OSCA MT4 Prototype Frua Spider won third in its class at this year's auto gathering
Similar Maserati colouring graces the Italian born OSCAs
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Similar Maserati colouring graces the Italian born OSCAs
OSCA nose detailing captured through the lens
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OSCA nose detailing captured through the lens
A rare blue white OSCA resides with its Italian counterparts
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A rare blue white OSCA resides with its Italian counterparts
OSCAs were raced for nearly 15 years before the plant finally closed its doors in 1963
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OSCAs were raced for nearly 15 years before the plant finally closed its doors in 1963
OSCA endurance racer on the lawn
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OSCA endurance racer on the lawn
OSCA owners make their way to the podium
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OSCA owners make their way to the podium
Italian smoke, all part of the marque's charm
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Italian smoke, all part of the marque's charm
OSCAs are relatively small of stature
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OSCAs are relatively small of stature
This  1952 OSCA MT4 Prototype Frua Spider won third in its class
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This  1952 OSCA MT4 Prototype Frua Spider won third in its class
Overlooking the fairway
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Overlooking the fairway
Pre-war cars line the grass
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Pre-war cars line the grass
Former presidential limousine was one of a handful of American rides on hand
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Former presidential limousine was one of a handful of American rides on hand
Guests can watch category judging on monitors located throughout the grounds or up close if they can find a seat
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Guests can watch category judging on monitors located throughout the grounds or up close if they can find a seat
1960s era Indy 500 racers were another of the special class submissions
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1960s era Indy 500 racers were another of the special class submissions
Mechanic resting on the rubber of a 1964 Vollstedt Indianapolis race car
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Mechanic resting on the rubber of a 1964 Vollstedt Indianapolis race car
Interesting radiator detailing on this Indy 500 racer
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Interesting radiator detailing on this Indy 500 racer
Indy 500 cars were one of the race-specific classes at this year's event
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Indy 500 cars were one of the race-specific classes at this year's event
1960s era Indy 500 racer
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1960s era Indy 500 racer
1967 Bryant Heating & Cooling Vollstedt Indy 500 special
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1967 Bryant Heating & Cooling Vollstedt Indy 500 special
Owners and support crew lounging about the car
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Owners and support crew lounging about the car
Indy 500 cars came in a variety of liveries
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Indy 500 cars came in a variety of liveries
Bespoke tail pipe support
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Bespoke tail pipe support
Lotus livery
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Lotus livery
Mickey Thompson's Indy 500 entry
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Mickey Thompson's Indy 500 entry
Mickey Thompson special
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Mickey Thompson special
Engine with some car attached
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Engine with some car attached
Rolling an Indy 500 entry off the podium with one of the rare female drivers at the wheel
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Rolling an Indy 500 entry off the podium with one of the rare female drivers at the wheel
Down low with the Indy entries
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Down low with the Indy entries
No shortage of money or fashion at Pebble's Concours d'Elegance
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No shortage of money or fashion at Pebble's Concours d'Elegance
Ferrari and owners on the way out 
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Ferrari and owners on the way out 
At the Concours d'Elegance even the poodles drive McLarens
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At the Concours d'Elegance even the poodles drive McLarens
Owners make their way home after the 68th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance comes to a close
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Owners make their way home after the 68th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance comes to a close
The Best In Show Award at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was won by this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta owned by David and Ginny Sydorick.
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The Best In Show Award at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was won by this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta owned by David and Ginny Sydorick.
The Best In Show Award at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was won by this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta owned by David and Ginny Sydorick.
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The Best In Show Award at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was won by this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta owned by David and Ginny Sydorick.
First in Class E (Rollston Coachwork) was this 1934 Duesenberg SJ Rollston Convertible Victoria, owned by Bob, Sandy & Gary Bahre, Paris, Maine
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First in Class E (Rollston Coachwork) was this 1934 Duesenberg SJ Rollston Convertible Victoria, owned by Bob, Sandy & Gary Bahre, Paris, Maine
First in Class B (Vintage Era Sporting) was this 1921 Kissel 6-45 “Gold Bug” Speedster, owned by Andrew & Tanya Heller, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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First in Class B (Vintage Era Sporting) was this 1921 Kissel 6-45 “Gold Bug” Speedster, owned by Andrew & Tanya Heller, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
First in Class B (Vintage Era Sporting) was this 1921 Kissel 6-45 “Gold Bug” Speedster, owned by Andrew & Tanya Heller, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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First in Class B (Vintage Era Sporting) was this 1921 Kissel 6-45 “Gold Bug” Speedster, owned by Andrew & Tanya Heller, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
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Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
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Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
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Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
First in Class J­2 (European Classic Mid) was this 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A, owned by Hans T. Hulsbergen, Freienbach, Switzerland
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First in Class J­2 (European Classic Mid) was this 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A, owned by Hans T. Hulsbergen, Freienbach, Switzerland
Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
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Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
The winner of the Lucius Beebe Trophy and first in Class F­1 (Motor Cars of the Raj—Rolls­Royce & Bentley) was this 1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Streamline Coupé, owned by Amir & Wendy Jetha, Mumbai, India
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The winner of the Lucius Beebe Trophy and first in Class F­1 (Motor Cars of the Raj—Rolls­Royce & Bentley) was this 1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Streamline Coupé, owned by Amir & Wendy Jetha, Mumbai, India
First in Class O­2 (Postwar Grand Touring) was this 1949 Delahaye 135 M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet, owned by Meg McCarthy, Chatham, Massachusetts
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First in Class O­2 (Postwar Grand Touring) was this 1949 Delahaye 135 M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet, owned by Meg McCarthy, Chatham, Massachusetts
First in Class O­2 (Postwar Grand Touring) was this 1949 Delahaye 135 M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet, owned by Meg McCarthy, Chatham, Massachusetts
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First in Class O­2 (Postwar Grand Touring) was this 1949 Delahaye 135 M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet, owned by Meg McCarthy, Chatham, Massachusetts
First in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Thomas R. Peck, Irvine, California
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First in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Thomas R. Peck, Irvine, California
The winner of the Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award and first in Class L­1 (Prewar Preservation) was this 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car, owned by The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
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The winner of the Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award and first in Class L­1 (Prewar Preservation) was this 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car, owned by The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
First in Class P (Eisenhower Era Dream Convertibles) was this 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, owned by Lawrence M. Camuso, San Jose, California
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First in Class P (Eisenhower Era Dream Convertibles) was this 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, owned by Lawrence M. Camuso, San Jose, California
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Second in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, owned by Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
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Second in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, owned by Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
Second in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, owned by Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
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Second in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, owned by Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
The winner of the Enzo Ferrari Trophy and second place in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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The winner of the Enzo Ferrari Trophy and second place in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
The winner of the Enzo Ferrari Trophy and second place in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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The winner of the Enzo Ferrari Trophy and second place in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Second in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, owned by Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
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Second in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, owned by Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
The winner of the French Cup and third in Class J­2 (European Classic Mid) was this 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri Chapron/Clabot Cabriolet, owned by Linda & Paul Gould, Pawling, New York
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The winner of the French Cup and third in Class J­2 (European Classic Mid) was this 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri Chapron/Clabot Cabriolet, owned by Linda & Paul Gould, Pawling, New York
First in Class Q (Postwar Custom Citroën) was this 1966 Citroën DS 21 Chapron Le Léman Coupé, owned by Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida
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First in Class Q (Postwar Custom Citroën) was this 1966 Citroën DS 21 Chapron Le Léman Coupé, owned by Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida
This magnificent 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine owned by his Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India, won the Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
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This magnificent 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine owned by his Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India, won the Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
This magnificent 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine owned by his Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India, won the Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
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This magnificent 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine owned by his Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India, won the Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
This magnificent 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine owned by his Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India, won the Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
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This magnificent 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine owned by his Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India, won the Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
First in Class O­1 (Postwar Touring) was this 1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupé, owned by Robert Kudela, Chropyně, Czech Republic
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First in Class O­1 (Postwar Touring) was this 1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupé, owned by Robert Kudela, Chropyně, Czech Republic
First in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1966 Ford GT40 Mark IIB Coupe, owned by Robert Bishop, Palm Beach, Florida
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First in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1966 Ford GT40 Mark IIB Coupe, owned by Robert Bishop, Palm Beach, Florida
First in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1966 Ford GT40 Mark IIB Coupe, owned by Robert Bishop, Palm Beach, Florida
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First in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1966 Ford GT40 Mark IIB Coupe, owned by Robert Bishop, Palm Beach, Florida
First in Class D (Packard) was this 1931 Packard 845 Deluxe Eight Derham Convertible Roadster, owned by Elizabeth Ghareeb and Michael Petty, Birmingham, Alabama
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First in Class D (Packard) was this 1931 Packard 845 Deluxe Eight Derham Convertible Roadster, owned by Elizabeth Ghareeb and Michael Petty, Birmingham, Alabama
The winner of the Tony Hulman Trophy and second in Class V (1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution) was this 1961 Bryant Heating & Cooling Epperly Special, owned by Bill Akin, Hermitage, Tennessee
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The winner of the Tony Hulman Trophy and second in Class V (1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution) was this 1961 Bryant Heating & Cooling Epperly Special, owned by Bill Akin, Hermitage, Tennessee
First in Class N­2 (OSCA 1955–1960) was this 1955 OSCA MT4 1500 Morelli Spider, owned by Jack & Kingsley Croul, Corona del Mar, California
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First in Class N­2 (OSCA 1955–1960) was this 1955 OSCA MT4 1500 Morelli Spider, owned by Jack & Kingsley Croul, Corona del Mar, California
The winner of the Lucius Beebe Trophy and first in Class F­1 (Motor Cars of the Raj—Rolls­Royce & Bentley) was this 1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Streamline Coupé, owned by Amir & Wendy Jetha, Mumbai, India
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The winner of the Lucius Beebe Trophy and first in Class F­1 (Motor Cars of the Raj—Rolls­Royce & Bentley) was this 1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Streamline Coupé, owned by Amir & Wendy Jetha, Mumbai, India
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The winner of the FIVA Prewar Trophy was this 1921 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost James & Co. Open Tourer owned by Kesri Dev Singh, Wankaner, India
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The winner of the FIVA Prewar Trophy was this 1921 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost James & Co. Open Tourer owned by Kesri Dev Singh, Wankaner, India
The winner of the Phil Hill Cup and second in Class N­1 (OSCA Pre­1955) was this 1954 OSCA 2000 S Frua Spider, owned by Michael Trösser, Germany
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The winner of the Phil Hill Cup and second in Class N­1 (OSCA Pre­1955) was this 1954 OSCA 2000 S Frua Spider, owned by Michael Trösser, Germany
The winner of the Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award and first in Class L­1 (Prewar Preservation) was this 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car, owned by The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
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The winner of the Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award and first in Class L­1 (Prewar Preservation) was this 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car, owned by The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
The winner of the Gran Turismo Trophy and third in Class V (1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution) was this 1966 All American Racers Eagle Special, owned by Bruce Canepa, Scotts Valley, California
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The winner of the Gran Turismo Trophy and third in Class V (1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution) was this 1966 All American Racers Eagle Special, owned by Bruce Canepa, Scotts Valley, California
The winner of the Ansel Adams Award and second place in Class A (Antique) was this 1910 Pope-Hartford Model T 5 Passenger Touring, owned by Gary & Sheryl Hunter, Arcadia, California
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The winner of the Ansel Adams Award and second place in Class A (Antique) was this 1910 Pope-Hartford Model T 5 Passenger Touring, owned by Gary & Sheryl Hunter, Arcadia, California
The winner of the ArtCenter College of Design Award was this 1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet owned by Janice Feldman, Singapore
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The winner of the ArtCenter College of Design Award was this 1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet owned by Janice Feldman, Singapore
Second in Class L­2 (Postwar Preservation) was this 1954 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe, owned by Wayne & Laura Carini, Portland, Connecticut
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Second in Class L­2 (Postwar Preservation) was this 1954 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe, owned by Wayne & Laura Carini, Portland, Connecticut
Second in Class G (Duesenberg) was this 1935 Duesenberg JN Bohman & Schwartz Convertible Coupe, owned by Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey
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Second in Class G (Duesenberg) was this 1935 Duesenberg JN Bohman & Schwartz Convertible Coupe, owned by Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey
The winner of the Briggs Cunningham Trophy and second in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1955 Maserati A6GCS Frua Spyder, owned by Jonathan Feiber & Heather Buhr, Atherton, California
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The winner of the Briggs Cunningham Trophy and second in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1955 Maserati A6GCS Frua Spyder, owned by Jonathan Feiber & Heather Buhr, Atherton, California
Second in Class L­2 (Postwar Preservation) was this 1954 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe, owned by Wayne & Laura Carini, Portland, Connecticut
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Second in Class L­2 (Postwar Preservation) was this 1954 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe, owned by Wayne & Laura Carini, Portland, Connecticut
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On e of the most enjoyable days you can imagine if you're an automotive enthusiast - the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
The winner of the Briggs Cunningham Trophy (awarded to the most exciting open-top vehicle) and second in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1955 Maserati A6GCS Frua Spyder, owned by Jonathan Feiber & Heather Buhr, Atherton, California
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The winner of the Briggs Cunningham Trophy (awarded to the most exciting open-top vehicle) and second in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1955 Maserati A6GCS Frua Spyder, owned by Jonathan Feiber & Heather Buhr, Atherton, California
The 17th and 18th holes of the Pebble Beach Golf Course have been the home of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance since the mid-1950s
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The 17th and 18th holes of the Pebble Beach Golf Course have been the home of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance since the mid-1950s
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca was born in 1957 after a death at the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1956. It is now home to the Rolex Motorsports reunion every year during Monterey Car Week. The Pebble zBeach Concours d'Elegance began as a support event for the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1950.
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WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca was born in 1957 after a death at the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1956. It is now home to the Rolex Motorsports reunion every year during Monterey Car Week. The Pebble zBeach Concours d'Elegance began as a support event for the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1950.
The winner of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS) Award was this 1959 Citroën DS 19 Berline d'Usine owned by Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida
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The winner of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS) Award was this 1959 Citroën DS 19 Berline d'Usine owned by Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida
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The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance was held last Sunday, with 209 of the most celebrated examples of automotive art displayed on the 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Course, just outside Monterey in California. The competing cars had travelled from 17 countries and 31 states for the event, though the audience had come from much further afield for Monterey Car Week in general, and the most famous automotive concours event in the world.

The Concours was being held for the 68th time, and the growth in prestige of the event from its humble beginnings has spawned a number of ancillary events that have made it even more important to the luxury and collectible car industries.

On e of the most enjoyable days you can imagine if you're an automotive enthusiast - the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance
On e of the most enjoyable days you can imagine if you're an automotive enthusiast - the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

The first auction held alongside the Concours was in 1986, with the first official Pebble Beach Concours auction held in 1990. With six auctions in three days, Pebble Beach is the now the single most important collectible car auction cluster on the planet, this year selling 1,341 collectible cars worth $368 million.

The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance has also grown to become one of the most important new car shows in the world from its original showing of 30 vintage cars in 1950. Between Friday's Quail and Sunday's Concept Lawn at the Pebble Beach concours, the showing of new uber-exclusive automobiles now rivals the major car shows in Paris/Frankfurt, Geneva and Tokyo for elite model releases and the first public showings of concept cars. There are even private showings of forthcoming models, as no single other event draws this many ultra high net worth automotive enthusiasts together in one place. This year Automobili Pininfarina had its new PF0 available for viewing by people with the right credentials, and there were certain to have been more such private viewings discretely hidden away within a few miles of Monterey.

WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca was born in 1957 after a death at the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1956. It is now home to the Rolex Motorsports reunion every year during Monterey Car Week. The Pebble zBeach Concours d'Elegance began as a support event for the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1950.
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca was born in 1957 after a death at the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1956. It is now home to the Rolex Motorsports reunion every year during Monterey Car Week. The Pebble zBeach Concours d'Elegance began as a support event for the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1950.

Simultaneously, the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion races held at the nearby WeatherTech (Laguna Seca) Raceway were once the main event. Look closely at the posters below and you'll see that the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance began in 1950 as a sideshow to the Sports Car Club of America's (SCCA) annual "Del Monte Trophy" road races, run over a 2.1-mile (3.4-km) course on the narrow tree-lined public roads of Pebble Beach. The concours is mentioned in much smaller print on the posters.

The races ran until 1956 when American motorsport pioneer Ernie McAfee hit a tree and died during the races, and everything changed. The Concours became a stand-alone event, and local government provided public land for a purpose-built racing circuit so that motorsport could continue as part of Monterey's automotive celebration.

The site for the new racetrack was a dry lake bed about five miles inland, and the far right poster above shows the continuity of the event in 1957 at Laguna Seca (the evaporated lakebed retained its long-standing Spanish name – Laguna Seca means "dry lagoon"). Laguna Seca is now on the calendar of many world championship racing series, and most American championship series.

As each successive year has played out, the Concours has grown in sophistication and incrementally staked a claim to its current significant role in celebrating automotive history.

The 17th and 18th holes of the Pebble Beach Golf Course have been the home of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance since the mid-1950s
The 17th and 18th holes of the Pebble Beach Golf Course have been the home of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance since the mid-1950s

The event raised $1.8 million this year, and those funds will go via the Pebble Beach Company Foundation, the primary charitable partner ofthe Concours, to local charities, impacting the lives of more than 10,000 children each year in Monterey County.

The 69th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance returns to its usual third Sunday of August next year; it takes place on Sunday, August 18, 2019,and will celebrate the centennials of Bentley and Zagato.

Best of Show

The Best In Show Award at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was won by this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta owned by David and Ginny Sydorick.
The Best In Show Award at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was won by this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta owned by David and Ginny Sydorick.

When the panel of judges had meticulously examined the assembled 209 cars, the Best of Show ribbon was placed on the 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta of longtime entrant David Sydorick of Beverly Hills, California.

In addition to the ultimate Pebble Beach award, David's Alfa Romeo won its class and took home two other awards: the Charles A. Chayne Trophy and the J. B. & Dorothy Nethercutt Most Elegant Closed Car. Demonstrating that it is possible to significantly improve an automotive classic, this car was awarded the "Most Elegant Closed Car" at the 2001 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, but since Sydorick's acquisition, it has undergone a full restoration.

Indeed, this car has quite a history as the star of the show, having been the show car at the 1937 Paris Auto Salon, then the 1937 Milan Auto Show and then the 1938 Berlin Motor Show. The restoration saw it returned to its 1938 Berlin Motor Show specification.

Rear quarters of the 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe 
Rear quarters of the 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe 

The Best of Show crown boiled down to three contenders, with those that narrowly missed out being a 1929 Duesenberg J Murphy Town Limousine from the Lehrman Collection of Palm Beach, Florida, and a 1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupé (above) owned by Robert Kudela of Chropyne, Czech Republic.

Elegance Awards

Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
Winner of the Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible Award, plus First in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet, owned by Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky

Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible

1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet
Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky

J. B. & Dorothy Nethercutt Most Elegant Closed Car

1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta
David & Ginny Sydorick, Beverly Hills, California

Jules Heumann Most Elegant Open Car

1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Brewster York Roadster
John & Heather Mozart, Palo Alto, California

1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe features forward raising roof
1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe features forward raising roof

Strother MacMinn Most Elegant Sports Car

1970 Ferrari 512 S Modulo Pininfarina Coupe
MJJV Cars, Rye, New York

Special Awards

Alec Ulmann Trophy

1926 Hispano-Suiza H6B Rollston Convertible Victoria
Jorge Fernandez, Marbella, Spain

The winner of the Ansel Adams Award and second place in Class A (Antique) was this 1910 Pope-Hartford Model T 5 Passenger Touring, owned by Gary & Sheryl Hunter, Arcadia, California
The winner of the Ansel Adams Award and second place in Class A (Antique) was this 1910 Pope-Hartford Model T 5 Passenger Touring, owned by Gary & Sheryl Hunter, Arcadia, California

Ansel Adams Award

1910 Pope-Hartford Model T 5 Passenger Touring
Gary & Sheryl Hunter, Arcadia, California

The winner of the ArtCenter College of Design Award was this 1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet owned by Janice Feldman, Singapore
The winner of the ArtCenter College of Design Award was this 1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet owned by Janice Feldman, Singapore

ArtCenter College of Design Award

1947 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet
Janice Feldman, Singapore

The winner of the Briggs Cunningham Trophy and second in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1955 Maserati A6GCS Frua Spyder, owned by Jonathan Feiber & Heather Buhr, Atherton, California
The winner of the Briggs Cunningham Trophy and second in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1955 Maserati A6GCS Frua Spyder, owned by Jonathan Feiber & Heather Buhr, Atherton, California

Briggs Cunningham Trophy

1955 Maserati A6GCS Frua Spyder
Jonathan Feiber & Heather Buhr, Atherton, California

Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS) Award

1959 Citroën DS 19 Berline d'Usine
Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida

Chinese 1965 Hong Qi CA770 limousines were built for Chairman Mao and other dignitaries 
Chinese 1965 Hong Qi CA770 limousines were built for Chairman Mao and other dignitaries 

Chairman's Trophy

1965 Hong Qi CA72
Zongmin Huang & Xiaoling Sun, Chengdu, China

Charles A. Chayne Trophy

1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta
David & Ginny Sydorick, Beverly Hills, California

Classic Car Club of America Trophy

1931 Minerva Type AL Rollston Convertible Sedan
The Stephens Family, San Francisco, California

Elegance in Motion Trophy

1939 Lagonda V12 Le Mans Rapide Drophead Coupé
The Hon. Sir Michael Kadoorie, Hong Kong

The winner of the Enzo Ferrari Trophy and second place in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
The winner of the Enzo Ferrari Trophy and second place in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Enzo Ferrari Trophy

1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder
Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

FIVA Postwar Trophy

1955 OSCA MT4 2AD Vignale Berlinetta
Roger Hoffmann, Point Reyes Station, California

The winner of the FIVA Prewar Trophy was this 1921 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost James & Co. Open Tourer owned by Kesri Dev Singh, Wankaner, India
The winner of the FIVA Prewar Trophy was this 1921 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost James & Co. Open Tourer owned by Kesri Dev Singh, Wankaner, India

FIVA Prewar Trophy

1921 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost James & Co. Open Tourer
Kesri Dev Singh, Wankaner, India

The winner of the French Cup and third in Class J­2 (European Classic Mid) was this 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri Chapron/Clabot Cabriolet, owned by Linda & Paul Gould, Pawling, New York
The winner of the French Cup and third in Class J­2 (European Classic Mid) was this 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri Chapron/Clabot Cabriolet, owned by Linda & Paul Gould, Pawling, New York

The French Cup

1935 Delage D8-85 Henri Chapron/Clabot Cabriolet
Linda & Paul Gould, Pawling, New York

The winner of the Gran Turismo Trophy and third in Class V (1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution) was this 1966 All American Racers Eagle Special, owned by Bruce Canepa, Scotts Valley, California
The winner of the Gran Turismo Trophy and third in Class V (1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution) was this 1966 All American Racers Eagle Special, owned by Bruce Canepa, Scotts Valley, California

Gran Turismo Trophy

1966 All American Racers Eagle Special
Bruce Canepa, Scotts Valley, California

Lincoln Trophy

1926 Lincoln Brunn Cabriolet
Dana & Paula Morgan, Scotts Valley, California

Lorin Tryon Trophy

His Highness Rana Manvendra Singh Barwani

Lucius Beebe Trophy

1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Streamline Coupé
Amir & Wendy Jetha, Mumbai, India

The winner of the Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award and first in Class L­1 (Prewar Preservation) was this 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car, owned by The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
The winner of the Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award and first in Class L­1 (Prewar Preservation) was this 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car, owned by The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California

Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award

1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car
The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California

This magnificent 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine owned by his Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India, won the Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
This magnificent 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine owned by his Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India, won the Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy

Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy

1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Windovers Limousine
His Highness Maharaja Gaj Singhji of Marwar-Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India

The winner of the Phil Hill Cup and second in Class N­1 (OSCA Pre­1955) was this 1954 OSCA 2000 S Frua Spider, owned by Michael Trösser, Germany
The winner of the Phil Hill Cup and second in Class N­1 (OSCA Pre­1955) was this 1954 OSCA 2000 S Frua Spider, owned by Michael Trösser, Germany

The Phil Hill Cup

1954 OSCA 2000 S Frua Spider
Michael Trösser, Germany

The winner of the Tony Hulman Trophy and second in Class V (1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution) was this 1961 Bryant Heating & Cooling Epperly Special, owned by Bill Akin, Hermitage, Tennessee
The winner of the Tony Hulman Trophy and second in Class V (1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution) was this 1961 Bryant Heating & Cooling Epperly Special, owned by Bill Akin, Hermitage, Tennessee

Tony Hulman Trophy

1961 Bryant Heating & Cooling Epperly Special
Bill Akin, Hermitage, Tennesse

One of the most beautiful cars at the show - 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe from the Czech Republic
One of the most beautiful cars at the show - 1948 Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupe from the Czech Republic

The Vitesse ~ Elegance Trophy

1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupé
Robert Kudela, Chropyne, Czech Republic

Class Winners

Class A: Antique

1st: 1910 Thomas Flyer M 6-40 5 Passenger Touring
Joe & Janice Conzonire, San Marino, California
2nd: 1910 Pope-Hartford Model T 5 Passenger Touring
Gary & Sheryl Hunter, Arcadia, California
3rd: 1911 Pierce-Arrow 48-SS 7 Passenger Touring
Sunlight Classics, Key Largo, Florida

First in Class B (Vintage Era Sporting) was this 1921 Kissel 6-45 “Gold Bug” Speedster, owned by Andrew & Tanya Heller, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
First in Class B (Vintage Era Sporting) was this 1921 Kissel 6-45 “Gold Bug” Speedster, owned by Andrew & Tanya Heller, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Class B: Vintage Era Sporting

1st: 1921 Kissel 6-45 "Gold Bug" Speedster,
Andrew & Tanya Heller, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
2nd: 1921 Paige Model 6-66 Daytona Speedster,
Tom & Joann Martindale, Santa Cruz, California
3rd: 1923 Steyr Type VI Targa Florio Rennwagen,
Jaap Braam Ruben, Maastricht, The Netherlands

Second in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, owned by Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
Second in Class C­1 (American Classic Open) was this 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster, owned by Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado

Class C­1: American Classic Open

1st: 1937 Cadillac Series 90 Hartmann Cabriolet,
Jim Patterson/The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
2nd: 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Speedster,
Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
3rd: 1932 Auburn 12-160A Phaeton,
Davis & Lorraine McCann, Parker, Colorado

Class C­2: American Classic Closed

1st: 1938 Packard 1604 Super Eight Mayfair Coupe,
Ralph & Adeline Marano, Westfield, New Jersey
2nd: 1930 Ruxton C Edward G. Budd Mfg. Co. Sedan,
Evelyn & Jim Fasnacht, Houston, Texas
3rd: 1931 Marmon Sixteen Sedan,
Gary Severns, Long Beach, California

First in Class D (Packard) was this 1931 Packard 845 Deluxe Eight Derham Convertible Roadster, owned by Elizabeth Ghareeb and Michael Petty, Birmingham, Alabama
First in Class D (Packard) was this 1931 Packard 845 Deluxe Eight Derham Convertible Roadster, owned by Elizabeth Ghareeb and Michael Petty, Birmingham, Alabama

Class D: Packard

1st: 1931 Packard 845 Deluxe Eight Derham Convertible Roadster,
Elizabeth Ghareeb and Michael Petty, Birmingham, Alabama
2nd: 1932 Packard 904 Deluxe Eight Dietrich Convertible Victoria,
John D. Groendyke, Enid, Oklahoma
3rd: 1937 Packard 1508 Twelve Convertible Sedan,
Larry & Carol Pumphrey, Greensburg, Indiana

First in Class E (Rollston Coachwork) was this 1934 Duesenberg SJ Rollston Convertible Victoria, owned by Bob, Sandy & Gary Bahre, Paris, Maine
First in Class E (Rollston Coachwork) was this 1934 Duesenberg SJ Rollston Convertible Victoria, owned by Bob, Sandy & Gary Bahre, Paris, Maine

Class E: Rollston Coachwork

1st: 1934 Duesenberg SJ Rollston Convertible Victoria,
Bob, Sandy & Gary Bahre, Paris, Maine
2nd: 1931 Minerva Type AL Rollston Convertible Sedan,
The Stephens Family, San Francisco, California
3rd: 1935 Duesenberg SJN Rollston Convertible Coupe,
Bill & Barbara Parfet, Hickory Corners, Michigan

The winner of the Lucius Beebe Trophy and first in Class F­1 (Motor Cars of the Raj—Rolls­Royce & Bentley) was this 1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Streamline Coupé, owned by Amir & Wendy Jetha, Mumbai, India
The winner of the Lucius Beebe Trophy and first in Class F­1 (Motor Cars of the Raj—Rolls­Royce & Bentley) was this 1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Streamline Coupé, owned by Amir & Wendy Jetha, Mumbai, India

Class F­1: Motor Cars of the Raj - Rolls-­Royce & Bentley

1st: 1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Streamline Coupé,
Amir & Wendy Jetha, Mumbai, India
2nd: 1937 Rolls-Royce 25/30 HP Gurney Nutting All Weather Tourer,
Roshini Jaiswal, New Delhi, India
3rd: 1935 Bentley 3½ Litre Antem Drophead Coupé,
Jagdish Thackersey, Mumbai, India

Class F­2: Motor Cars of the Raj

1st: 1931 Cadillac 452A Pinin Farina Boattail Roadster,
Anne Brockinton Lee/Robert M. Lee Automobile Collection, Reno, Nevada
2nd: 1936 Alvis Speed 25 Vanden Plas Tourer,
Nishant Dossa, Mumbai, India
3rd: 1930 Stutz M LeBaron 4 Passenger Speedster,
Diljeet & Anurita Titus, New Delhi, India

Second in Class G (Duesenberg) was this 1935 Duesenberg JN Bohman & Schwartz Convertible Coupe, owned by Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey
Second in Class G (Duesenberg) was this 1935 Duesenberg JN Bohman & Schwartz Convertible Coupe, owned by Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey

Class G: Duesenberg

1st: 1929 Duesenberg J Murphy Town Limousine,
Lehrman Collection, Palm Beach, Florida
2nd: 1935 Duesenberg JN Bohman & Schwartz Convertible Coupe,
Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey
3rd: 1929 Duesenberg J Derham Sport Phaeton,
Roger P. Willbanks, Denver, Colorado

Class H: Rolls-­Royce Prewar

1st: 1938 Rolls-Royce Phantom III James Young Drophead Coupé,
Zongmin Huang & Xiaoling Sun, Chengdu, China
2nd: 1928 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Barker Dual Cowl Phaeton,
Irving Jensen III, Dakota Dunes, South Dakota
3rd: 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Brewster York Roadster,
John & Heather Mozart, Palo Alto, California

Class J­1: European Classic Early

1st: 1928 Minerva Type AF Hibbard & Darrin Transformable Town Car,
Jack Boyd Smith Jr., Elkhart, Indiana
2nd: 1932 Maybach DS 8 Zeppelin Spohn Cabriolet,
The Nethercutt Collection/Helen & Jack Nethercutt, Sylmar, California
3rd: 1933 Delage D8 S Freestone & Webb Coupé,
Blake & Lauren Atwell, Buda, Texas

First in Class J­2 (European Classic Mid) was this 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A, owned by Hans T. Hulsbergen, Freienbach, Switzerland
First in Class J­2 (European Classic Mid) was this 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A, owned by Hans T. Hulsbergen, Freienbach, Switzerland

Class J­2: European Classic Mid

1st: 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A,
Hans T. Hulsbergen, Freienbach, Switzerland
2nd: 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Vanden Plas Sports Tourer,
Robert Kauffman, Charlotte, North Carolina
3rd: 1935 Delage D8-85 Henri Chapron/Clabot Cabriolet,
Linda & Paul Gould, Pawling, New York

Class J­3: European Classic Late

1st: 1939 Lagonda V12 Rapide James Young Drophead Coupé,
Alan Tribe, Mosman Park, Australia
2nd: 1939 Lagonda V12 Le Mans Rapide Drophead Coupé,
The Hon. Sir Michael Kadoorie, Hong Kong
3rd: 1938 Bugatti Type 57C LeTourneur et Marchand 3 Position Cabriolet,
Jim & Tonya Hull, Malibu, California

Class J­4: Italian Classic

1st: 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta,
David & Ginny Sydorick, Beverly Hills, California
2nd: 1928 Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 S WC & RC Atcherley Open Sports Car,
Dave & Lisa Atcherley, Throop, Pennsylvania
3rd: 1932 Lancia Dilambda Viotti Torpedo,
Albert Kalimian, New York

The winner of the Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award and first in Class L­1 (Prewar Preservation) was this 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car, owned by The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
The winner of the Mercedes­-Benz Star of Excellence Award and first in Class L­1 (Prewar Preservation) was this 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car, owned by The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California

Class L­1: Prewar Preservation

1st: 1929 Mercedes-Benz 710 SS Barker Tourer Race Car,
The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
2nd: 1910 Regal Model N Underslung Fisher Roadster,
Louwman Museum, The Hague, The Netherlands
3rd: 1913 Stevens-Duryea C-Six Five Passenger Touring,
Stephen & Susan Babinsky, Lebanon, New Jersey

Second in Class L­2 (Postwar Preservation) was this 1954 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe, owned by Wayne & Laura Carini, Portland, Connecticut
Second in Class L­2 (Postwar Preservation) was this 1954 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe, owned by Wayne & Laura Carini, Portland, Connecticut

Class L­2: Postwar Preservation

1st: 1970 Ferrari 246 GT Dino Scaglietti 2 Door Coupe,
Brian & Randy Pollock, Mercer Island, Washington
2nd: 1954 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe,
Wayne & Laura Carini, Portland, Connecticut
3rd: 1955 OSCA MT4 2AD Vignale Berlinetta, Roger Hoffmann, Point Reyes Station, California

Class M­1: Ferrari Grand Touring

1st: 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Cabriolet Series I,
William H. & Cheryl K. Swanson, Boston, Massachusetts
2nd: 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Spyder California,
Oscar Davis, Elizabeth, New Jersey
3rd: 1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Scaglietti Spyder California,
David MacNeil, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

First in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Thomas R. Peck, Irvine, California
First in Class M­2 (Ferrari Competition) was this 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Scaglietti Spyder, owned by Thomas R. Peck, Irvine, California

Class M­2: Ferrari Competition

1st: 1955 Ferrari 500 Mondial Scaglietti Spyder,
Thomas R. Peck, Irvine, California
2nd: 1958 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Scaglietti Spyder,
Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
3rd: 1953 Ferrari 250 MM Pinin Farina Coupe,
Brian Ross, Cortland, Ohio

Ernesto, Bindo and Ettore Maserati started a second company under the name of OSCA (Officine Specializzate Construzioni Automobili Fratelli Maserati)
Ernesto, Bindo and Ettore Maserati started a second company under the name of OSCA (Officine Specializzate Construzioni Automobili Fratelli Maserati)

Class N­1: OSCA Pre­1955

1st: 1949 OSCA MT4 Siluro,
Elad & Ronit Shraga, Savyon, Israel
2nd: 1954 OSCA 2000 S Frua Spider,
Michael Trösser, Germany
3rd: 1952 OSCA MT4 Prototype Frua Spider,
Dario Calandra, White Rock, Canada

First in Class N­2 (OSCA 1955–1960) was this 1955 OSCA MT4 1500 Morelli Spider, owned by Jack & Kingsley Croul, Corona del Mar, California
First in Class N­2 (OSCA 1955–1960) was this 1955 OSCA MT4 1500 Morelli Spider, owned by Jack & Kingsley Croul, Corona del Mar, California

Class N­2: OSCA 1955–1960

1st: 1955 OSCA MT4 1500 Morelli Spider,
Jack & Kingsley Croul, Corona del Mar, California
2nd: 1960 OSCA 750 S Morelli Sports Racer,
Bill Pope, Scottsdale, Arizona
3rd: 1956 OSCA MT4 TN Morelli Spider,
Mitch Eitel, Kent, Connecticut

First in Class O­1 (Postwar Touring) was this 1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupé, owned by Robert Kudela, Chropyně, Czech Republic
First in Class O­1 (Postwar Touring) was this 1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupé, owned by Robert Kudela, Chropyně, Czech Republic

Class O­1: Postwar Touring

1st: 1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Figoni Fastback Coupé,
Robert Kudela, Chropyne, Czech Republic
2nd: 1957 BMW 507 Series II Convertible,
Larry & Jane Solomon, California
3rd: 1950 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Pennock Coupé,
Steve & Marilee Hamilton, Washoe Valley, Nevada

First in Class O­2 (Postwar Grand Touring) was this 1949 Delahaye 135 M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet, owned by Meg McCarthy, Chatham, Massachusetts
First in Class O­2 (Postwar Grand Touring) was this 1949 Delahaye 135 M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet, owned by Meg McCarthy, Chatham, Massachusetts

Class O­2: Postwar Grand Touring

1st: 1949 Delahaye 135 M Pourtout Malmaison Cabriolet,
Meg McCarthy, Chatham, Massachusetts
2nd: 1957 Bentley S1 Continental Park Ward Drophead Coupé,
Priscilla Brewster and Susan Brewster McCarthy, St. Paul, Minnesota
3rd: 1956 Cadillac Hess & Eisenhardt Presidential Parade Car,
Harry Yeaggy, Cincinnati, Ohio

First in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1966 Ford GT40 Mark IIB Coupe, owned by Robert Bishop, Palm Beach, Florida
First in Class O­3 (Postwar Sports) was this 1966 Ford GT40 Mark IIB Coupe, owned by Robert Bishop, Palm Beach, Florida

Class O­3: Postwar Sports

1st: 1966 Ford GT40 Mark IIB Coupe,
Robert Bishop, Palm Beach, Florida
2nd: 1955 Maserati A6GCS Frua Spyder,
Jonathan Feiber & Heather Buhr, Atherton, California
3rd: 1952 Porsche Type 540 Heuer Sport Roadster,
Robert Ingram/The Ingram Collection, Durham, North Carolina

First in Class P (Eisenhower Era Dream Convertibles) was this 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, owned by Lawrence M. Camuso, San Jose, California
First in Class P (Eisenhower Era Dream Convertibles) was this 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, owned by Lawrence M. Camuso, San Jose, California

Class P: Eisenhower Era Dream Convertibles

1st: 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible,
Lawrence M. Camuso, San Jose, California
2nd: 1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible,
Dr. Peter Heydon, Michigan
3rd: 1953 Oldsmobile Fiesta Convertible,
Roy Asbahr, Gresham, Oregon

First in Class Q (Postwar Custom Citroën) was this 1966 Citroën DS 21 Chapron Le Léman Coupé, owned by Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida
First in Class Q (Postwar Custom Citroën) was this 1966 Citroën DS 21 Chapron Le Léman Coupé, owned by Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida

Class Q: Postwar Custom Citroën

1st: 1966 Citroën DS 21 Chapron Le Léman Coupé,
Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida
2nd: 1965 Citroën DS 19 Chapron Majesty Chapron Saloon,
Merle & Peter Mullin/Mullin Automotive Museum, Oxnard, California
3rd: 1967 Citroën DS 21 Cabriolet d'Usine,
Jeffrey & Frances Fisher, Palm Beach, Florida

A dozen Tuckers, the most ever gathered in one place, at this year's show
A dozen Tuckers, the most ever gathered in one place, at this year's show

Class T: Tucker

1st: 1948 Tucker 48 Sedan,
George Lucas, Nicasio, California
2nd: 1948 Tucker 48 Sedan,
Howard & Rosalind Kroplick, East Hills, New York
3rd: 1948 Tucker 48 Sedan,
Mary & Ted Stahl, Chesterfield, Michigan

1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special Indy 500 car submission
1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special Indy 500 car submission

Class V: 1960s Indianapolis 500 Revolution

1st: 1965 Dean Van Lines Brawner Special Hawk 1,
Ray Evernham Enterprises, Mooresville, North Carolina
2nd: 1961 Bryant Heating & Cooling Epperly Special,
Bill Akin, Hermitage, Tennessee
3rd: 1966 All American Racers Eagle Special,
Bruce Canepa, Scotts Valley, California

The pictorial

The images above are just a small sampling of the photo gallery of the cars on display at the 68th Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

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Excellent coverage, thank you!
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