Pebble Beach Tour and Concours d’Elegance- Preview, Tickets, Winners, Highlights- August 2017

Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance
Presented by Rolex
Celebrates its 20th Year
The beloved driving event returns to scenic Big Sur on Thursday, August 17
The 20th Annual Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance returns to its scenic route along HIghway 1
     
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Highlights of the
67th Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and
Pebble Beach Automotive Week
We are deeply thankful to all of you who helped to make the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance yet another unforgettable and historic event! Entrants brought many magnificent automobiles to share with others here, and we raised more than $1.6 million for charity.
In this newsletter you will find coverage of many of the features at the Concours—from classic Isotta Fraschinis and Castagna Coachwork, to Ferrari Major Race Winners and One-off Spéciales, as well as the imaginative American Dream Cars of the 1960s. You will also find video highlights of our 20th Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance presented by Rolex and Dawn Patrol presented by Hagerty.
We hope to see you next year, on August 26, 2018. As a reminder: next year’s event will take place on the fourth rather than the third Sunday of August.
Sincerely,
Sandra Button & The Concours Team
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COMING IN FUTURE NEWSLETTERS
Coverage of our VANDERBILT RENAULTS and CALIFORNIA SPECIALS,
as well as CONCEPTS & NEW CARS.
2017 HIGHLIGHTED PRESS COVERAGE
KEY RESOURCES
1929 Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer
Named Best of Show at the
67th Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
1929 Mercedes-Benz Wins Best of Show at
Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
2017 Charitable Donations Top $1.6 Million
Contact: Lexi Maciel or Kandace Hawkinson
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (August 20, 2017) — Just a week ago, Bruce R. McCaw’s 1929 Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer emerged from the restoration shop of Steve Babinsky in Lebanon, New Jersey. Today, having crossed the country, the boattailed beauty captured the top prize at the prestigious 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
“This Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer is a combination of speed, style and power,” said Concours Chairman Sandra Button. “Somehow these three elements—along with those fantastic torpedo running boards—become the very definition of elegance.”
The car, a sporting tourer, was first delivered to a Captain Miller on behalf of Earl Howe, who founded the British Racing Drivers’ Club.
“We’ve had the car for several years,” said McCaw, of Bellevue, Washington. “The question was whether or not to restore it. I always hate to restore something that doesn’t need it. But we finally found enough pictures that we knew the car needed to be restored.”
The car retains its original Marchal lighting equipment and chrome-plated wheels; these are complemented by low-cut doors and unusual torpedo-style running boards containing tools and other ancillary equipment. The rich blue color was a dress inspired by a dress made of peacock feathers in the 1850s.
In the final circle, Bruce was up against his brother John McCaw who, with wife Gwen McCaw, competed for Best of Show with their 1957 Ferrari 315 S Scaglietti Spyder. Also in the Winner’s Circle was a 1932 Packard 906 Twin Six Dietrich Convertible Victoria owned by William E. (Chip) Connor of Reno, Nevada.
1957 315 S Scaglietti Spyder
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1932 Packard 904 Deluxe Eight Dietrich Sport Phaeton
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The 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, held on the 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links, drew 204 cars from 15 countries and 31 states—and the total included 54 first-time entrants.
This Pebble Beach Concours also raised more than $1.6 million to help people in need. Through the Pebble Beach Company Foundation, the primary charitable partner of the Concours, these charitable funds will benefit over 80 local charities.
Celebrity guests who were in attendance included comedian Jay Leno, former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, media personality and former defensive end for the New York Giants Michael Strahan, actor Jerry Seinfeld, and Chief Creative Officer of Pixar John Lasseter.
The 68th Pebble Beach Concours will be held on Sunday, August 26 (the fourth rather than the third Sunday in contrast to the norm). For more information on the Pebble Beach Concours, please visit www.pebblebeachconcours.net.
PEBBLE BEACH AUCTIONS PRESENTED BY GOODING & COMPANY
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© Jensen Sutta / Courtesy of Gooding & Company
Gooding & Company, the official auction house of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, realized more than $91.5 million at the annual Pebble Beach Auctions this weekend.
The star of Friday’s auction, the 1970 Porsche 917K, became the most valuable Porsche ever sold at auction with a realized price of $14,080,000. The price achieved broke the previous Porsche record held by Gooding & Company for the sale of a 1982 Porsche 956 (sold for $10,120,000 in 2015).
The star of Saturday’s auction, the 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/C, also set a new world auction record price for the model when it garnered $14,520,000. For more information, visit Gooding & Company’s website.
COMPLETE LIST OF 2017 WINNERS
Best of Show
 
1929 Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer
Bruce R. McCaw, Bellevue, Washington
 
Best of Show Nominees
 
1932 Packard 906 Twin Six Dietrich Convertible Victoria
William E. (Chip) Connor, Reno, Nevada
 
1957 Ferrari 315 S Scaglietti Spyder
John & Gwen McCaw
 
Elegance Awards
 
Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible
1932 Packard 906 Twin Six Dietrich Convertible Victoria
William E. (Chip) Connor, Reno, Nevada
 
J.B. & Dorothy Nethercutt Most Elegant Closed Car
1937 Bugatti Type 57S Gangloff Coupé
The Hon. Sir Michael Kadoorie, Hong Kong
 
Jules Heumann Most Elegant Open Car
1929 Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer
Bruce R. McCaw, Bellevue, Washington
 
Strother MacMinn Most Elegant Sports Car
1955 Ferrari 375 Plus Pinin Farina Cabriolet Speciale
The Golomb Family Trust
 
Special Awards
Alec Ulmann Trophy
1931 Hispano-Suiza J12 Saoutchik Transformable Grande Luxe
Mark & Sonia Richter, Wanaka, New Zealand
Ansel Adams Award
1906 Pope-Toledo Type XII Touring
The Nethercutt Collection – Helen & Jack Nethercutt, Sylmar, California
ArtCenter College of Design Award
1933 Auburn 12-165 Speedster
Lou & Kathy Ficco, Wheat Ridge, Colorado
Briggs Cunningham Trophy
1931 Bentley 8 Litre Vanden Plas Tourer
Axel Schuette Fine Cars GmbH & Co. KG, Oerlinghausen, Germany
Chairman’s Trophy
1904 Holsman Model 3 Runabout
Marta Holsman and Henrietta Holsman, Carpinteria, California
Charles A. Chayne Trophy
1909 De Dion-Bouton BV Type de Course
John S. Adamick, Westlake Village, California
Classic Car Club of America Trophy
1940 Packard 1807 Custom Super Eight Rollson Sport Sedan
Michelle & Martin Cousineau, Beverly Hills, California
Dean Batchelor Trophy
1967 Gyro-X Alex Tremulis Prototype
Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
Elegance in Motion Trophy
1932 Packard 906 Twin Six Dietrich Convertible Victoria
William E. (Chip) Connor, Reno, Nevada
Enzo Ferrari Trophy
1949 Ferrari 166 MM Touring Barchetta
Anne Brockinton Lee / Robert M. Lee Automobile Collection, Reno, Nevada
FIVA Postwar Trophy
1953 Bentley R-Type Continental H.J. Mulliner Sports Saloon
Derek Hood, Maldon, England
FIVA Prewar Trophy
1916 Locomobile Model 38 Collapsible Cabriolet
Mike Guffey, Hartford City, Indiana
The French Cup
1947 Delahaye 135 MS Figoni & Falaschi Cabriolet
Wayne Grafton, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Gran Turismo Trophy
1929 Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer
Bruce R. McCaw, Bellevue, Washington
Lincoln Trophy
1933 Lincoln KB-260 Brunn Convertible Victoria
Bill & Barbara Parfet, Hickory Corners, Michigan
Lorin Tryon Trophy
Robert T. Devlin
Lucius Beebe Trophy
1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Brewster Ascot Tourer
Jay & Christina Moore, Lahaina, Hawaii
Mercedes-Benz Star of Excellence Award
1929 Mercedes-Benz SS Castagna Cabriolet
The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III H.J. Mulliner Sports Limousine
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Robet, France
The Phil Hill Cup
1907 Renault AI 35/45 HP Vanderbilt Racer
Robert Kauffman, Charlotte, North Carolina
The Revs Program at Stanford Award
1907 Renault AI 35/45 HP Vanderbilt Racer
Robert Kauffman, Charlotte, North Carolina
Tony Hulman Trophy
1915 Packard 2-38 Six Runabout
Allen Strong, Urbana, Illinois
The Vitesse ~ Elegance Trophy
1956 Maserati 300S Fantuzzi Race Car
Henri Chambon, Vence, France
Class Winners
Class A: Antique
1st: 1913 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Barker Torpedo, Charles E. Nearburg, Dallas, Texas
2nd: 1906 Pope-Toledo Type XII Touring, The Nethercutt Collection – Helen & Jack Nethercutt, Sylmar, California
3rd: 1910 Thomas Flyer Model K 6-70 Flyabout, Jim Grundy, Solebury, Pennsylvania
Class C-1: American Classic Open
1st: 1932 Studebaker President Series 91 Convertible Sedan, George & Valerie Vassos, Westfield, Massachusetts
2nd: 1933 Lincoln KB-260 Brunn Convertible Victoria, Bill & Barbara Parfet, Hickory Corners, Michigan
3rd: 1928 Stearns-Knight H 8-90 Phillips Cabriolet, Brent Merrill, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Class C-2: American Classic Closed
1st: 1940 Packard 1807 Custom Super Eight Rollson Sport Sedan, Michelle & Martin Cousineau, Beverly Hills, California
2nd: 1933 Chrysler CL Imperial Custom LeBaron Sedan, Larry & Susan Nannini, Daly City, California
3rd: 1930 Cord L-29 Brougham, Shawn Coady, Loda, Illinois
Class D: Packard
1st: 1932 Packard 906 Twin Six Dietrich Convertible Victoria, William E. (Chip) Connor, Reno, Nevada
2nd: 1932 Packard 904 Deluxe Eight Dietrich Sport Phaeton, Samuel Lehrman, Palm Beach, Florida
3rd: 1939 Packard 1703 Super-8 Darrin Convertible Victoria, Leon Flagg and Curtis Lamon, Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
Class G: Duesenberg
1st: 1935 Duesenberg SJ Bohman & Schwartz Town Car, Lee & Penny Anderson, Naples, Florida
2nd: 1935 Duesenberg JN Rollston Berline, Rob & Jeannie Hilarides, Visalia, California
3rd: 1931 Duesenberg J Murphy Convertible Coupe, Linda & Paul Gould, Pawling, New York
Class H: Rolls-Royce Prewar
1st: 1936 Rolls-Royce Phantom III H.J. Mulliner Sports Limousine, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Robet, France
2nd: 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Brewster Ascot Tourer, Jay & Christina Moore, Lahaina, Hawaii
3rd: 1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Inskip Convertible Roadster, Stephen Brauer, St. Louis, Missouri
Class I: Mercedes-Benz Prewar
1st: 1929 Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer, Bruce R. McCaw, Bellevue, Washington
2nd: 1929 Mercedes-Benz SS Castagna Cabriolet, The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
3rd: 1934 Mercedes-Benz 380K Cabriolet A, Yi Hong Chen, Beijing, China
Class J-1: European Classic Early
1st: 1931 Hispano-Suiza J12 Saoutchik Transformable Grande Luxe, Mark & Sonia Richter, Wanaka, New Zealand
2nd: 1931 Bentley Speed Six Vanden Plas Open Four Seater Sports, Ivor Dunbar, London, England
3rd: 1930 Delage D8C Chapron Cabriolet, Ray & Bonnie Kinney, Dallas, Texas
Class J-2: European Classic Mid
1st: 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Gangloff Coupé, The Hon. Sir Michael Kadoorie, Hong Kong
2nd: 1934 Delage D8 S Fernandez et Darrin Cabriolet, John Rich Jr., Frackville, Pennsylvania
3rd: 1934 SS Cars SS1 Fixed Head Coupé, Carl & Marcia Baxter, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Class J-3: European Classic Late
1st: 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Voll & Ruhrbeck Cabriolet, Jim Patterson / The Patterson Collection, Louisville, Kentucky
2nd: 1938 Lagonda V12 Rapide Drophead Coupé, Ron Rezek, Ashland, Oregon
3rd: 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300B Graber Mille Miglia Cabriolet, Dr. Matthias Metz, Rosengarten, Germany
Class J-4: European Classic Sport
1st: 1930 Bentley 4½ Litre SC Vanden Plas Le Mans Sports, Private Collection
2nd: 1935 Lagonda M45 Rapide Tourer, Richard D. Lisman, Southampton, New York
3rd: 1930 OM Tipo 665 SS MM Works Race Car, Michael Haentjes, Hamburg, Germany
Class K-1: Isotta Fraschini
1st: 1927 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Fleetwood Roadster, Joseph & Margie Cassini III, West Orange, New Jersey
2nd: 1928 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A SS LeBaron Cabriolet, Peter T. Boyle, Covington, Ohio
3rd: 1931 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8B Viggo Jensen Cabriolet, The Keller Collection at The Pyramids, Petaluma, California
Class K-2: Isotta Fraschini Castagna Coachwork Open
1st: 1930 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A SS Castagna Cabriolet, Karol Pavlu, Bratislava, Slovakia
2nd: 1932 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A SS Castagna Commodore, Blake & Lauren Atwell, Buda, Texas
3rd: 1928 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Castagna Commodore, The Stephens Family, San Francisco, California
Class K-3: Isotta Fraschini Castagna Coachwork Closed
1st: 1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Castagna Limousine, Morton Bullock, Ruxton, Maryland
2nd: 1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Castagna Imperial Cabriolet, Paul & Joyce Toberty, Newport Coast, California
3rd: 1928 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Castagna Imperial Landaulet, The Nethercutt Collection – Helen & Jack Nethercutt, Sylmar, California
Class L-1: Prewar Preservation
1st: 1931 Bentley 8 Litre Vanden Plas Tourer, Axel Schuette Fine Cars GmbH & Co. KG, Oerlinghausen, Germany
2nd: 1916 Locomobile Model 38 Collapsible Cabriolet, Mike Guffey, Hartford City, Indiana
3rd: 1930 Bentley Speed Six Gurney Nutting Sports Saloon, Gregor Fisken, London, England
Class L-2: Postwar Preservation
1st: 1963 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster, Lukas Hüni, Zurich, Switzerland
2nd: 1954 Jaguar XK120 Open Two Seater, Kim McCullough, Pompton Plains, New Jersey
3rd: 1960 Abarth 1000 Record Pininfarina Prototype, Simone Bertolero, Moncalieri, Italy
Class M-1: Ferrari Grand Touring
1st: 1951 Ferrari 212 Export Vignale Cabriolet, Peter S. Kalikow, New York
2nd: 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta, Bob Cohen, Beverly Hills, California
3rd: 1968 Ferrari 275 GTS/4 Scaglietti NART Spyder, Chris & Ann Cox, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Class M-2: Ferrari Competition
1st: 1958 Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti Spyder, Andreas Mohringer, Salzburg, Austria
2nd: 1951 Ferrari 212 Export Touring Barchetta, Thomas Peck, Irvine, California
3rd: 1967 Ferrari 412 P Competizione, Harry Yeaggy, Cincinnati, Ohio
Class M-3: Ferrari Major Race Winners
1st: 1957 Ferrari 315 S Scaglietti Spyder, John & Gwen McCaw
2nd: 1950 Ferrari 166 MM Touring Berlinetta, Jack & Kingsley Croul, Corona del Mar, California
3rd: 1975 Ferrari 312 T F1 Race Car, Richard Griot, Tacoma, Washington
Class M-4: Ferrari One-off Speciales
1st: 1957 Ferrari 410 Superamerica Pinin Farina Coupe, Lee & Joan Herrington (for the Herrington Corp. Collection), Bow, New Hampshire
2nd: 1955 Ferrari 375 Plus Pinin Farina Cabriolet Speciale, The Golomb Family Trust
3rd: 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Boano Cabriolet, Anne Brockinton Lee / Robert M. Lee Automobile Collection, Reno, Nevada
Class O-1: Postwar Open
1st: 1952 Porsche 356 Reutter Cabriolet, Robert Ingram / The Ingram Collection, Durham, North Carolina
2nd: 1965 AC Cobra 427 Roadster, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Swanson, Boston, Massachusetts
3rd: 1951 Cisitalia 202 SC Vignale Cabriolet, Leo & Lisa Schigiel, Miami Beach, Florida
Class O-2: Postwar Closed
1st: 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Boano Coupé Speciale, Tony Shooshani, Long Beach, California
2nd: 1954 Jaguar XK120 SE Pinin Farina Coupé, Classic Motor Cars Ltd., Bridgnorth, England
3rd: 1953 Siata 208CS Coupé, Tim & Janet Walker
Class O-3: Postwar Racing
1st: 1952 Siata 208CS Corsa Bertone Spider, Raffi Najjarian, Brisbane, California
2nd: 1954 Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Zagato Coupé, Jack & Kingsley Croul, Corona del Mar, California
3rd: 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Zagato Coupé, David & Jody Smith, Medina, Washington
Class O-4: Postwar Grand Touring
1st: 1947 Delahaye 135 MS Figoni & Falaschi Cabriolet, Wayne Grafton, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
2nd: 1948 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8C Monterosa Boneschi Cabriolet, Collezione Lopresto, Milan, Italy
3rd: 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SC Coupe, Vin & Erica Di Bona, Los Angeles, California
Class R: American Dream Cars of the 1960s
1st: 1965 Pontiac Vivant Herb Adams Roadster, Mark & Newie Brinker, Houston, Texas
2nd: 1966 Bosley Mark II Interstate Coupe, Stephen & Kim Bruno, Boca Raton, Florida
3rd: 1969 Farago CF 428 Carrozzeria Coggiola Coupe, Frank Campanale, Orchard Lake, Michigan
Class V: Open Wheel Race Cars
1st: 1907 Renault AI 35/45 HP Vanderbilt Racer, Robert Kauffman, Charlotte, North Carolina
2nd: 1908 Mors Grand Prix Race Car, Collier Collection at The Revs Institute, Naples, Florida
3rd: 1909 Isotta Fraschini FENC Tipo A Factory Touring, Harold Peters and Juanita Doerksen
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (July 21, 2017) —The 20th Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance returns to its traditional route tracing Highway 1 to Big Sur, allowing spectators, entrants and judges to enjoy these cars in motion and at speed—the way they were designed to be.
Sean Jacobs, Director of the Tour d’Elegance since 2008, explains the driving event’s significance: “The Tour started out of the desire to make sure these beautiful cars were still able to serve their original purpose: to drive. When you see a Duesenberg passing by a Ferrari GTO on Highway 1, it’s a pretty mind-blowing experience.”
Jules and Sally Heumann in their 1930 Hispano-Suiza H6C MacMinn Boattail Speedster on the very first Tour in 1998 
Les Wexner in his 1955 Ferrari 857S Monza Scaglietti Spyder enjoying the scenic views of Big Sur on Bixby Bridge in 2015
Participants took to the road for the first Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance in 1998. Soon after, the Tour was made an integral part of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance judging process; cars that successfully complete the Tour d’Elegance have the advantage if they tie in class competition on Concours Sunday. That advantage has often determined which cars win their class—and it has even had an impact on which car is named Best of Show.
The Tour also points to the fact that the 17-Mile Drive is at the heart of Pebble Beach, and the Concours began in tandem with another driving event—Pebble Beach Road Races.
“The Tour pays homage to the roots of the event and emphasizes that the core of the Pebble Beach Concours is to show that the cars are more than immobile pieces of art,” Jacobs said.
Participants begin the 2016 Tour
Art in motion on Highway 1 in 2015 
Cars pass The Lodge at Pebble Beach
Last year, as a result of the wildfire to the east of Big Sur, the Tour was shortened and rerouted to local roads with limited speeds. Consequently, some great race cars were unable to participate because they couldn’t get up to speed. The judging advantage was then eliminated for the year.
California Highway Patrol recently gave the Tour the green light to return to its traditional route. The Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge remains out due to recent landslides, but the Tour turns around just before it. The scenic 70-mile Tour route weaves through forests of intertwined Cypress and towering Monterey Pine trees, traverses sun-drenched mountains and valleys, parallels the crashing Pacific surf along the Big Sur coastline, and tours charming Carmel-by-the-Sea.
Spectators are welcome to view the automobiles as they line up for the start of the Tour at 8 am near the Pebble Beach Equestrian Center, or from 11:30 am to 2 pm as they pose on Carmel’s Ocean Avenue.
For more information and a map of the Tour d’Elegance, as well as a Visitor Guide for Pebble Beach Automotive Week, please visit www.pebblebeachconcours.net.
1928 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Castagna Imperial Landaulet lines up for the 1998 Tour
1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Barker Touring Saloon at historic Cannery Row in the 1998 Tour
Spectators gather on Ocean Avenue to see the cars during the 1999 Tour
A line of Ferraris wind along 17-Mile Drive on the 1998 Tour

Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
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