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Pebble Beach Concours d´Elegance 2013


The 1973 Targa Florio winning Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Coupe

The 1973 Targa Florio winning Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Coupe

One 27 Alfa 8C lined up for the following Tour_ 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider s/n 2111035

One 27 Alfa 8C lined up for the following Tour_ 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider s/n 2111035

1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster s/n 130949 that was sold the year before at the same venue

1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster s/n 130949 that was sold the year before at the same venue

Maybe the most expensive car on the field_  1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4S Scaglietti NART Spyder s/n 10691

Maybe the most expensive car on the field_ 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4S Scaglietti NART Spyder s/n 10691

...inspecting the Porsche 911 Competition class

...inspecting the Porsche 911 Competition class

Posing in the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Zagato Spider s/n 2311228

Posing in the Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Zagato Spider s/n 2311228

Class of Indianapolis Roadsters

Class of Indianapolis Roadsters

Nick Mason surrounded by the Jury

Nick Mason surrounded by the Jury

Class for French Motorscycles _ 1938 Peugeot 515

Class for French Motorscycles _ 1938 Peugeot 515

The Judges

The Judges

Waiting for the Best of Show

Waiting for the Best of Show

Big money for charity

Big money for charity

Best of Show ... C2-06 1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria

Best of Show ... C2-06 1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria

Joseph and Margie Cassini receiving their second trophy after 2004

Joseph and Margie Cassini receiving their second trophy after 2004

Celebrating Best of Show

Celebrating Best of Show

A-04 1913 Mercer Model 35 J Raceabout

A-04 1913 Mercer Model 35 J Raceabout

C1-02 1931 Chrysler CG Imperial Phaeton

C1-02 1931 Chrysler CG Imperial Phaeton

C1-07 1937 Cord 812 SC Cabriolet

C1-07 1937 Cord 812 SC Cabriolet

C2-07 1937 Packard 1507 Twelve Coupe Roadster

C2-07 1937 Packard 1507 Twelve Coupe Roadster

D4-04 1955 Lincoln Indianapolis Boano Coupe

D4-04 1955 Lincoln Indianapolis Boano Coupe

E-04 1935 Aston Martin Ulster Race Car s/n LM18

E-04 1935 Aston Martin Ulster Race Car s/n LM18

I-02 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster s/n 130949

I-02 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster s/n 130949

J2-03 1938 Talbot-Lago 150C SS Figoni & Falaschi Cabriolet s/n 90115

J2-03 1938 Talbot-Lago 150C SS Figoni & Falaschi Cabriolet s/n 90115

M1-01 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Vignale Coupe s/n 0163E

M1-01 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Vignale Coupe s/n 0163E

M2-07 1970 Ferrari 512 S Berlinetta s/n 1012

M2-07 1970 Ferrari 512 S Berlinetta s/n 1012

 

Pebble Beach, 18th of August, 2013 

After the daily reports from this year’s Monterey Car Week today we start with our final reports on the main events on the Monterey Peninsula with the highlighting Pebble Beach Concours d´Elegance at the concluding Sunday. Already in its 63rd edition the prestigious concours once more proved its leading role in the concours circuit with many post restoration debuts among the 250 cars in no less than 30 different classes to combine both quality and quantity like no other event in the world.

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But the activities did not start on Sunday but again on Thursday morning when many of the entered cars were lined up in front of the Gooding&Company auction tent to take the annual Tour d´Elegance under their wheels. When the concours business became really serious more and more cars were restored for show purposes and to prove the ability to drive under own power for a longer distance than from the trailer to the lawn the tour was invented several years ago. Today the scenic drive down on highway 1 to the turning point at Big Sur is one of the highlights both for entrants and visitors. This year’s tour had a few novelties as it included a lap on the Laguna Seca raceway for the first time in years and was divided in two rather than three groups of cars to keep them more together on their way to the backcountry. But most important it started in full sunshine as this might be the first time that the usual morning fog was missing in the bay area during the tour.

As this is the first (and more important free) opportunity to see the entered cars the start was very well visited and some of the owners were happy when leaving the busy start for the drive by the Lodge on the 17-Miles Drive. After the lap on the Laguna Seca Raceway including the famous corkscrew the journey led over the Laureles Grade to the Carmel Valley back to the ocean pointing south towards Big Sur giving plenty of opportunities to take pictures of the cars at the coastline. Unfortunately the traffic on Highway 1 was still a mess due to the construction work on the road for the reconstruction of the road after the landslide in 2011. The one way traffic with red lights and long waiting times took apart the groups but finally all of the cars arrived at Carmel for the lunch stop on the Ocean Avenue that already showcased the Concours on the Avenue earlier this week. As this is the possibility to take a closer look at the cars the down town of Carmel-by-the-Sea was very crowded that day and as the judges had an even closer look on the cars the following Sunday many entrants might have been relieved escaping the turmoil without scratches to stow the cars safely in the trailer for the next days or in nearby garages for a final touch on the finish for the big day.  

Sunday morning started very early with hundreds of people waiting on the lawn well before sunrise for the first cars to enter at 6 am. Led by the Siata 208CS Balbo the cars were set up on their marked spots guided by the numerous volunteers in golf carts, the photographers were hurrying between the cars to get a few pictures before the opening to the public and the owners prepared their cars for the judging. Over the next hours the field constantly filled with visitors and the amount of people showed the importance and popularity of the concours despite high entrance fees. Being a charity event the 2013 edition raised once more a significant amount of money symbolized by a big cheque during the winner’s ceremony handed over by PB chairman Sandra Button.

Walking down the field one could see the usual classes of American and European Classics both from the pre- and the post-war era plus several special classes, be it for featured manufacturers or coachbuilders spanning almost 8 decades ranging from a 1906 Pope-Toledo to a 1979 Porsche 935 K3.

The first special class featured the cars of Simplex with cars built before WWI in New York.

Eight examples of the bras era represented the short but very interesting history of the Simplex Automobile Company ranging the 38HP model to the biggest 90HP model with coachwork by Quinby and Holbrook. Although Simplex had a good name and owners included Frederick Vanderbilt and the Rockefeller family the company was in financial trouble several times and finally disappeared after some years just as many others during this period.

About at the same time on the other side of the Atlantic the history of Aston Martin started. Back in 1913 Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford founded the legendary British sport car manufacturer and celebrating it centenary this was well worth a special class. Oldest car in the class was the 1925 Grand Prix car with a 16 valve double camshaft driven 1.5 litre engine representing the short Bamford era. After the change of the ownership the Bertelli years were represented by 3 of the later 1.5 litre models, the road cars on the MKII range (both in long and short chassis variants) and one of the Le Mans Team cars brought over by Nick Mason, former drummer and well known classic car collector. LM18 comes from the era when the racing Astons were painted red (as Bertelli was Italian) rather than British Racing Green to build the fame of Aston Martin at Le Mans with many class wins. The Ulster on show was third in class and won the Road & Track award.

After the war Aston Martin became known internationally due to the efforts of David Brown to build the best GT cars and win Le Mans with a car bearing its own name. After first attempts with the closed DB2 Aston Martin started to produce open race cars starting with the DB3 as shown on the field (DB3/5) designed by Eberan von Eberhorst followed by the DB3S designed by Frank Feely. The DB3S was entered as a work team car (DB3S/1) and also available as a customer race car (DB3S/120) and the two cars on the field were the first and the last of a total production if 31 (11 team and 20 customer cars). The later one is one of just 2 closed cars built at the end of production after some of the team cars featuring the same design without success.

Later David Brown achieved the Le Mans victory and sports car championship with the DBR1, shown on the lawn was the bigger DBR2. Unlike the DBR1 that matched the 3 litre restrictions of the time the DBR2 was based on the Lagonda project chassis and featured the bigger 3.7 Litre DB4 engine and raced in the open class (later as 4.2 Litre) both in Europe and America, DBR2/2 today is a regular guest at the historic races in Laguna Seca and was raced the day before by its owner Greg Whitten. The last of the racing cars was one of the DB4 GT that competed with the Ferrari 250 GT SWB and GTO in the GT classes, more important the car on show (DB4GT/0151/L) was one of the Ogier Race cars, a factory supported race stable including drivers like Moss, Salvadori and Clark.

But Aston Martin did not just build race cars as shown by the DB MKIII, a rare Bertone bodied DB2/4 and the Short Chassis Volante. Over the years the DB2 was developed into the final version of the DB MKIII with very few special bodied variations beside the factory Saloon, DHC and FHC. One of these special bodied cars was the DB2/4 by Bertone for Wacky Arnolt. Featuring a sportive open design these steel bodied spiders were intended for the American market by Arnolt but stayed a small production of just three examples to this design. The car shown in PB was the last one and is extensively restored including a more fashionable burgundy red rather than the original British Racing Green as indicated in the engine compartment. Nevertheless the shiny car was awarded with the Best in Class award followed by the very rare Short Chassis Volante. Built on the chassis of the DB5 this open version was introduced with the DB6 and is the first Aston to be named Volante, a designation that is used to the present day for the open versions at AM.  

Exactly half the age of Aston Martin is Lamborghini celebrating the golden jubilee with an own class as well. A small but interesting display of the early 350 GT, the famous Miura and Countach plus the less known Espada and Islero gave a good overview of the classic era of the Italian sports car manufacturer.

The same anniversary is celebrated by one of the most iconic automobile designs, the Porsche 911. Still the top model of Porsche today the first Porsche 911 designed by Butzi Porsche was unveiled at the IAA in Frankfurt in 1963. Following the 4-cylinder 356 the all-new 911 (named 901 in the beginning) became base for the racing activities of the marque and the long runner in the sales room as displayed by two special classes for road and race cars.

The road car class featured one of the prototypes both of the coupé and the following Targa variation. At the end of the 1960s the 911 was available in different power variations, the S type was the most powerful and today is the most sought after. Especially since the sale of the Steve McQueen 911 S used in the movie Le Mans the 911 S came more into focus although not few think that the tamer E and T models are easier to drive on the public road.

The 1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RS bridged the road to the race car class. Although the 911 was used for race purposes right from the beginning (as seen with the 4 911R and 911S models) the stripped lightweight RS with the rear spoiler became base for the RSR. Maybe the most successful of the RSR was the Martini livery factory team car (911 360 0588) that won the 1973 Targa Florio when the favoured prototypes from Ferrari and Alfa Romeo did not finish. The car is today restored to exact the same specifications as in 1973 including the unique rear spoiler running over the full width of the body. With the introduction of the turbo engine the Porsche 935 became the car to beat in its class and the private entered 935 K3 of Kremer racing won the Le Mans 1979 race, this most significant 911 derivate also won its class this Sunday in Pebble Beach.  

Not a special class but one of the single marque classes is the Ferrari class, both for the odd numbered street cars and the even numbered competition cars.

Unlike the other classes the Ferrari Grand Touring class for road cars featured few post restoration debuts as some of them were seen earlier this year at the Cavallino Classics in Palm Beach. This included the two first places in the class, the 250 GT Speciale (0425GT) and the 212 Inter Vignale Berlinetta (0163E). Fresh from restoration was the 250 GT LWB California Spider (1639GT) that was sold exactly one year earlier at a record price of more than 11 Mio $ at the Gooding Auction from the Sherman Wolf collection. Back then presented in dark red the car is now repainted in Rosso Bordeaux Metallic. Just the day before the owner of this car added the most expensive Ferrari on auction (the 275 GTB/4 NART Spider at the RM Auction) to his impressive collection and one can be curious whether this car will be seen next year. This year the sister car in dark blue (10691) might have been the most valuable car on the field and not few were joking about an increase of the insurance policy over night after RM fetching 27.5 Million Dollar for theirs.

The competition Ferrari Class span the history from the early 1950s to the late world Sportscar championship contender, the 512 S. The two earliest cars were from the 212 series, the class winning 212 Export Touring Barchetta (0136E) and the 212 MM Vignale Berlinetta (0070M), first seen after its restoration to original specification. The 250 series was represented by two 250 MM (0352MM and 0344MM) in their original colours, the Carrera Panamericana livery on one side and a very elegant dark blue on the other. The Read brothers brought two of their racing Ferrari to Pebble with a 250 LM (5909) and the 512 S (1012). But Ferrari did not just race 12 cylinder cars as seen by the gorgeous Dino 196 SP Fantuzzi Spider (0806).  

Other single marque classes included Lincoln, the featured marque of this year’s concours with no less than 4 separate classes for V8 and V12 models from the 1920s and 1930s, the Zephyr and Continental class and special coachwork of the post war era. Outstanding from the more conservative design of some of the earlier models was the bright orange 1955 Indianapolis Boano Coupe presented by last year’s Best of Show winners Paul & Judy Andrews. This futuristic looking Study by Boano in Torino was always surrounded by many spectators and will be one of the star lots of the forthcoming New York sale of RM Auctions later this year.

Orange seemed to be the colour of this year’s Pebble Beach Concours as two more cars featured this extroverted exterior in the Vanvooren class featuring the work of the French coachbuilder. Vanvooren was well known for their formal elegant lines without the extravagance of other French designers like Saoutchik or Figoni&Falaschi so it is even more astonishing that some of the first owners ordered them in bright orange. Vanvooren had the revolutionary idea of fitting the wooden frame of the body over silent blocks with the chassis to eliminate noise and cracks due to the twisting ladder-frame giving the coachbuilder more possibilities in the design. Vanvooren was also closely linked with Hispano-Suiza as their premises were nearby and about one third of the Hispano-Suiza production was bodied by them so it is not a surprise that four Hispano-Suiza J12 were displayed at the ocean front. At the beginning of the concours these were considered as serious contenders for the Best of Show Award and so a class win in this category was a first hurdle to be taken, finally the J12 Cabriolet of Sir Michael Kadoorie won its class over the other J12, a wonderful Delage and two Bentleys to become one of the Best of Show Nominees.  

After a long winners ceremony with prize giving in all the 30 classes and a special appearance of no less than 27 Alfa Romeo 8C staring their 8C tour the following day the time for the presentation of the overall winner has come. Every year one is walking over the lawn and looking for potential winners and there were certainly years were a favourite was more obvious than this year. Although the quality on the field was again very high there was not one car that shined out so everyone had his own favourite. The nominees included the 1932 Lincoln KB Murphy Roadster of John & Heather Mozart, the already mentioned Hispano-Suiza from Kadoorie and a 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Van den Plas Belgium Torpedo from Dr.Terry Bramall but the car that entered the ramp under the fireworks and rain of confetti was the 1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria.

Entered by Joseph & Margie Cassini this was their second Best of Show award after winning in 2004 with a Horch Special Roadster, once more the BoS was restored by the restoration department of RM making this a very successful weekend for Rob Myers and his team beside the record result of their two days auction.

Just after announcement of the BoS the discussions started (as almost every year) about the definition of elegance and whether this is a deserved winner or not. When looking at the Packard with its long bonnet, the teardrop fenders and the two rear-mounted spare wheels the lines are certainly very clean and elegant, especially when comparing to some other American designs of this era. Maybe the cars lacks some extravagance compared to the French design of the previous winners, a point that is underlined by the very subtle colour combination of a dark olive/green with tan interior in contrast to the bright grey/dark red lizard skin of its predecessor or even more so to the Voisin that won in 2011. But this leads to a more academic discussion about American/European design as this car might not be as exciting as the Voisin but certainly more elegant so it is a question of personal taste what one prefers, at the end of the day it looked great at the ocean front and the foggy background made it stand out.  

The fog also leads to the only real downside of this day in August. Whereas the weather was surprisingly very sunny the days before the Concours Sunday saw the typical misty morning in the bay area. Unfortunately the sun did not come out but for an hour so the fog was not burnt away and the day ended just as it began. Furthermore the Concours became that big both in numbers of cars and spectators that it is difficult to see and enjoy every car on the lawn the way it deserves. Especially when used to the smaller concours in Europe like the Villa d´Este or the Windsor / St. James event one might be overwhelmed by the impressions on the 18th hole of the prestigious Pebble Beach golf course but fortunately the old bias of all the over-restored cars and Trailer Queens is superseded especially to the more and more popular preserved classes.  

The next year’s concours will be again on the third Sunday in August, so safe the date of the 17.08.2014 when the collector car world will have its centre in Monterey again. 

Report & Images ... Peter Singhof www.ClassicCarPhotography.de

Awards 

Best of Show

1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria
Joseph & Margie Cassini III, West Orange, New Jersey

Best of Show Nominees

1932 Lincoln KB Murphy Roadster
John and Heather Mozart, Palo Alto, California

1934 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Coupé
The Honorable Sir Michael Kadoorie, Hong Kong

1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Van den Plas Belgium Torpedo
Dr. Terry Bramall CBE, Harrogate, England

Most Elegant Awards

J.B. & Dorothy Nethercutt Most Elegant Closed Car
1927 Bentley 6 1/2 Litre Surbico Sport Coupé
William E. (Chip) Connor, Hong Kong

Gwenn Graham Most Elegant Convertible
1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible
Joseph & Margie Cassini III, West Orange, New Jersey

Most Elegant Open Car
1929 Duesenberg J LeBaron Phaeton
John & Linda Muckel, Rancho Palos Verde, California

Strother MacMinn Most Elegant Sports Car
1955 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Berlinetta Speciale
Lee & Joan Herrington, Bow, New Hampshire

Special Awards

Alec Ulmann Trophy
1934 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Pillarless Saloon
The Keller Collection, Petaluma, California

Ansel Adams Award
1906 Pope-Toledo Type XII Roi des Belges 7 Passenger Touring
The Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum, Fairbanks, Alaska

Art Center College of Design Award
1932 Lincoln KB Murphy Roadster
John & Heather Mozart, Palo Alto, California

Briggs Cunningham Trophy
1912 Simplex 50 HP Quinby 5 Passenger Toy Tonneau
William P. Snyder, Sewickley, Pennsylvania

Chairman's Trophy
1908 Benz 105 HP Prinz Heinrich Two Seat Race Car
Ann Bothwell, Woodland Hills, California

Charles A. Chayne Trophy
1914 American Underslung 642 Roadster
Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey

Classic Car Club of America Trophy
1921 Duesenberg A Bender Coupe
James Castle Jr., Monterey, California

Elegance in Motion Trophy
1938 Talbot-Lago 150C SS Figoni & Falaschi Cabriolet
Gwen & Tom Price, Larkspur, California

Enzo Ferrari Trophy
1953 Ferrari 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinetta
Nick Mason, Gloucester, England

FIVA Prewar Trophy
1935 Voisin Clairière Berline
Bill & Linda Pope, Paradise Valley, Arizona

FIVA Postwar Trophy
1964 Lamborghini 350 GT Touring Coupé
Georg Gebhard, Grossefehn, Germany

The French Cup
1939 Delage D8-120 Vanvooren Coupé
John W. Rich Jr., Gilberton, Pennsylvania

Gran Turismo Trophy
1953 Aston Martin DB3S Sports
Brian Classic, Cheshire, England

Lincoln Trophy
1955 Lincoln Indianapolis Boano Coupe
Paul & Judy Andrews, Fort Worth, Texas

Lucius Beebe Trophy
1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Van den Plas Belgium Torpedo
Dr. Terry Bramall CBE, Harrogate, England

Mercedes-Benz Star of Excellence Award
1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Cabriolet A
Academy of Art University, San Francisco, California

Mille Miglia Prewar Trophy
1932 Alfa Romeo Tipo B P3 Biposto
Gregory Whitten, Medina, Washington

Mille Miglia Postwar Trophy
1951 Ferrari 212 MM Vignale Berlinetta
Jon Shirley, Medina, Washington

Montagu of Beaulieu Trophy
1931 Bentley 8 Litre Sport Saloon
Federico A. Alvarez Castillo, Martinez, Argentina

The Phil Hill Cup
1950 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster
Kurt Engelhorn, Maldon, England

Revs Program at Stanford Award
1963 Porsche 901 Prototype Coupe
Don & Diane Meluzio, York, Pennsylvania

Road & Track Trophy
1935 Aston Martin Ulster Race Car
Nick Mason, Gloucester, England

The Tony Hulman Trophy
1960 Epperly Mid-Continent Securities Special Roadster
Bill Akin, Hermitage, Tennessee

The Vitesse - Elegance Trophy
1960 Alfa Romeo Superflow IV Pinin Farina Coupé
Caballeriza Inc., Redondo Beach, California


Class Awards

Class A: Antique
1st: 1912 Packard 30 7 Passenger Sedan, The Phil Hill Family, Santa Monica, California
2nd: 1914 American Underslung 642 Roadster, Sam & Emily Mann, Englewood, New Jersey
3rd: 1906 Pope-Toledo Type XII Roi des Belges 7 Passenger Touring, The Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum, Fairbanks, Alaska

Class B: Simplex
1st: 1911 Simplex 50 Holbrook Toy Tonneau, Ray Scherr, Westlake Village, California
2nd: 1912 Simplex 50 HP Quinby 5 Passenger Toy Tonneau, William P. Snyder, Sewickley, Pennsylvania
3rd: 1912 Simplex 50 HP, Leland Powels, Van Nuys, California

Class C-1: American Classic Open
1st: 1938 Buick Series 40 Lancefield Drophead Coupe, John & Christiane Beebe, Osprey, Florida
2nd: 1933 Marmon Sixteen LeBaron Convertible Coupe, Aaron & Valerie Weiss, San Marino, California
3rd: 1935 Auburn 851 Speedster, Lammot J. du Pont, McLean, Virginia

Class C-2: American Classic Open Packard
1st: 1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria, Joseph & Margie Cassini III, West Orange, New Jersey
2nd: 1933 Packard 1005 Twelve Coupe Roadster, Margaret & Christopher Duhon, Chicago, Illinois
3rd: 1937 Packard 1507 Twelve Coupe Roadster, Jim & Shelley Hussey, San Leandro, California

Class C-3: American Classic Closed
1st: 1931 Cadillac 452A Fleetwood Coupe, Brent Merrill, Toronto, Canada
2nd: 1930 Cadillac 452 Fleetwood Coupe, Rudy Langer, Kansas City, Missouri
3rd: 1939 Packard 1707 Twelve Formal Sedan, David L. Stone, Farmington, Utah

Class D-1: Lincoln Custom Coachwork V8
1st: 1930 Lincoln L-170 Judkins Coupe, David W. Schultz, Massillon, Ohio
2nd: 1925 Lincoln L Brunn Roadster, Arnold Schmidt & Joanne Young, Grananda Hills, California
3rd: 1929 Lincoln L-163B Locke Sport Phaeton, Robert & Diane Berry, Fairlawn, Ohio

Class D-2: Lincoln Custom Coachwork V12
1st: 1932 Lincoln KB Murphy Roadster, John & Heather Mozart, Palo Alto, California
2nd: 1932 Lincoln KB-241 Dietrich Convertible Sedan, Emily Passey, Watsonville, California
3rd: 1935 Lincoln K LeBaron Convertible Coupe, Chuck & Amy Spielman, La Jolla, California

Class D-3: Lincoln-Zephyr & Continental
1st: 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe, Chris V. Bang, San Jose, California
2nd: 1940 Lincoln-Zephyr Convertible, Larry Tribble, Suffield, Connecticut
3rd: 1938 Lincoln-Zephyr Coupe, Academy of Art University, San Francisco, California

Class D-4: Lincoln Custom Coachwork Postwar
1st: 1956 Continental Mark II Coupe, Rick & Elaine Schmidt, Ocala, Florida
2nd: 1955 Lincoln Indianapolis Boano Coupe, Paul & Judy Andrews, Fort Worth, Texas
3rd: 1956 Continental Mark II Hess & Eisenhardt Convertible, Glynette & Barry Wolk, Farmington Hills, Michigan

Class E: Aston Martin Centennial
1st: 1953 Aston Martin DB2/4 Bertone Roadster, Bill & Linda Pope, Paradise Valley, Arizona
2nd: 1965 Aston Martin Short Chassis Volante, Jerry F. Rosenstock, Encino, California
3rd: 1935 Aston Martin Ulster Race Car, Nick Mason, Gloucester, England

Class F: Vanvooren Coachwork
1st: 1934 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Coupe, The Hon. Sir Michael Kadoorie, Hong Kong
2nd: 1935 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Cabriolet, Peter & Merle Mullin, Los Angeles, California
3rd: 1939 Delage D8-120 Vanvooren Coupé, John W. Rich Jr., Gilberton, Pennsylvania

Class G: Duesenberg
1st: 1929 Duesenberg J LeBaron Phaeton, Tony & Jonna Ficco, Wheatridge, Colorado
2nd: 1921 Duesenberg A Bender Coupe, James Castle Jr., Monterey, California
3rd: 1929 Duesenberg J LeBaron Phaeton, John & Linda Muckel, Rancho Palos Verde, California

Class H-1: Rolls-Royce Prewar
1st: 1914 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost Van den Plas Belgium Torpedo, Dr. Terry Bramall CBE, Harrogate, England
2nd: 1925 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Merrimac Piccadilly, Robin Onsoien, Nipomo, California
3rd: 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Park Ward Streamline Saloon, Tony Vincent, Beverly Hills, California

Class H-2: Postwar Rolls-Royce & Bentley
1st: 1956 Bentley S1 Continental Graber Cabriolet, Fred Kriz, Monte Carlo, Monaco
2nd: 1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud H.J. Mulliner Drophead Coupé, Stephen & Ann Marie Haymes, New York, New York
3rd: 1954 Bentley R-Type Continental Park Ward Drophead Coupé, Peter G. Livanos, Gstaad, Switzerland

Class I: Mercedes-Benz
1st: 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster, Autosport Designs Inc., Huntington Station, New York
2nd: 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Cabriolet A, Academy of Art University, San Francisco
3rd: 1936 Mercedes-Benz 290 Cabriolet A, Patrick Smiekel, Montecito, California

Class J-1: European Classic-Early
1st: 1930 Bugatti Type 46 Baby Royale Faux Cabriolet, Richard Adams, La Jolla, California
2nd: 1931 Bentley 8 Litre Spor Saloon, Federico A. Alvarez Castillo, Martinez, Argentina
3rd: 1933 Hispano-Suiza J12 Binder Coupé de Ville, The Nethercutt Collection, Sylmar, California

Class J-2: European Classic Late
1st: 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Gangloff Stelvio, Steve Hamilton, Carson City, Nevada
2nd: 1939 Bentley 4 1/4 Litre Vanden Plas Tourer, Peter G. Livanos, Gstaad, Switzerland
3rd: 1940 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Graber Cabriolet, Dennis & Kathy Varni, Monte Sereno, California

Class L-1: Prewar Preservation
1st: 1930 Hispano-Suiza H6C D'Ieteren Frères Transformable, Alan W. McEwan, Redmond, Washington
2nd: 1935 Voisin Clairiére, Bill & Linda Pope, Paradise Valley, Arizona
3rd: 1935 Frazer Nash TT Replica Shelsley, Andrew Hall, London, England

Class L-2: Postwar Preservation
1st: 1965 Porsche 911 Coupe, Richard & Allison Roeder and Reed & Nan Harman, Los Angeles, California
2nd: 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Scaglietti Berlinetta, Peter Klutt, Halton Hills, Ontario
3rd: 1971 Lamborghini Miura SV Bertone Coupé, Andrej Friedman, Lausanne, Switzerland

Class M-1: Ferrari Grand Touring
1st: 1955 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Berlinetta Speciale, Lee & Joan Herrington, Bow, New Hampshire
2nd: 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Vignale Coupe, Peter S. Kalikow, New York, New York
3rd: 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Scaglietti NART Spyder, Larry Carter, Los Gatos, California

Class M-2: Ferrari Competition
1st: 1951 Ferrari 212 Export Touring Barchetta, Jack & Kingsley Croul, Corona Del Mar, California
2nd: 1964 Ferrari 250 LM Scaglietti Berlinetta, Steven & Mary Read, Berkeley, California
3rd: 1953 Ferrari 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinetta, Nick Mason, Gloucester, England

Class N: Lamborghini
1st: 1973 Lamborghini Miura SV Berlinetta, Simon Kidston, Geneva, Switzerland
2nd: 1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400, A. Shammas, Toronto, Canada
3rd: 1964 Lamborghini 350 GT Touring Coupé, Georg Gebhard, Grossefehn, Germany

Class O-1: Postwar Sports & Custom Coachwork
1st: 1966 Ford GT40 Mark I, Henry A. Davis, Omaha, Nebraska
2nd: 1950 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster, Kurt Engelhorn, Maldon, England
3rd: 1967 Alfa Romeo TZ2 Zagato Coupé, David & Ginny Sydorick, Beverly Hills, California

Class O-2: Postwar Sports & GT
1st: 1960 Alfa Romeo Superflow IV, Caballeriza Inc., Redondo Beach, California
2nd: 1953 Siata 208CS Balbo Berlinetta, Jan De Reu, Knokke, Belgium
3rd: 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Ghia Aigle Cabriolet, Kim & Stephen Bruno, Boca Raton, Florida

Class P-1: Porsche 911 Road Cars
1st: 1963 Porsche 901 Prototype, Don & Diane Meluzio, York, Pennsylvania
2nd: 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Coupe, Dr. William J. Morris and Mary C. Young, Tacoma, Washington
3rd: 1975 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera Coupe, The Ingram Collection, Durham, North Carolina

Class P-2: Porsche 911 Competition
1st: 1979 Porsche 935 K3 Coupe, Bruce Meyer, Beverly Hills, California
2nd: 1967 Porsche 911R Coupe, The Revs Institute for Automotive Research and The Collier Collection, Naples, Florida
3rd: 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Coupe, Fica Frio Limited, Jersey, United Kingdom

Class U: BMW 507
1st: 1958 BMW 507 Series II Roadster, Charals & Diana Haagen, Malibu, California
2nd: 1957 BMW 507 Series II Roadster, Jeff Lotman, Los Angeles, California
3rd: 1957 BMW 507 Series I Roadster, Lukas Hüni, Zurich, Switzerland

Class V-1: Prewar Open Wheel Racing
1st: 1908 Benz Prince Heinrich Two Seat Race Car, Ann Bothwell, Woodland Hills, California
2nd: 1922 Ballot 2 Litre Race Car, George F. Wingard, Eugene, Oregon
3rd: 1921 Alfa Romeo G1 Race Car, Tony Shooshani, Beverly Hills, California

Class V-2: Indianapolis Roadsters
1st: 1960 Epperly Mid-Continent Securities Special Roadster, Bill Akin, Hermitage, Tennessee
2nd: 1962 Lesovsky Sarkes-Tarzian Special Roadster, Malloy Foundation Inc./Tom Malloy, Corona, California
3rd: 1963 Watson Hopkins Coral Harbor Special Roadster, George T. Lyons, Erie, Pennsylvania

Class X: French Motorcycles
1st: 1937 Peugeot 515 SP with Sidecar, Leslie Dreist, Troy, Michigan
2nd: 1938 Peugeot 515, Bryan L. Bossier Sr., Woodworth, Louisiana
3rd: 1945 Motobécane D45A, John Light/Evans Cooling Systems, Wilmington, Deleware

Entries 

 A-01 1906 Pope-Toledo Type XII Roi des Belges 7 Passenger Touring
 A-03 1912 Packard 30 7 Passenger Touring
 A-04 1913 Mercer Model 35 J Raceabout
 A-05 1914 American Underslung 642 Roadster
 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Zagato Spider s/n 2311228
 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 B Touring Spider s/n 412019
 B-01 1909 Simplex 90 HP Holbrook Double Roadster
 B-02 1911 Simplex 50 HP Holbrook Toy Tonneau
 B-03 1912 Simplex 50 HP Quinby Protected Touring
 B-04 1912 Simplex 50 HP Holbrook Toy Tonneau
 B-05 1912 Simplex 50 HP Quinby 5 Passenger Toy Tonneau
 B-06 1913 Simplex 38 HP Holbrook 5 Passenger Torpedo Phaeton
 B-07 1913 Simplex 75 HP Speedster
 B-08 1914 Simplex 50 HP Holbrook 7 Passenger Touring
 C1-01 1928 Auburn 88 Speedster
 C1-02 1931 Chrysler CG Imperial Phaeton
 C1-03 1933 Cadillac 452C Fleetwood Convertible Sedan
 C1-04 1933 Marmon Sixteen LeBaron Convertible Coupe
 C1-05 1935 Auburn 851 Speedster
 C1-06 1936 Auburn 852 Supercharged Speedster
 C1-07 1937 Cord 812 SC Cabriolet
 C1-08 1938 Buick Series 40 Lancefield Drophead Coupe
 C2-01 1929 Packard 626 Speedster Eight Runabout
 C2-02 1931 Packard 840 Custom Eight Sport Phaeton
 C2-03 1932 Packard 900 Light Eight Coupe Roadster
 C2-04 1932 Packard 903 Deluxe Eight Coupe Roadster
 C2-05 1933 Packard 1005 Twelve Coupe Roadster
 C2-06 1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria
 C2-07 1937 Packard 1507 Twelve Coupe Roadster
 C3-01 1930 Cadillac 452 Fleetwood Coupe
 C3-02 1930 Pierce-Arrow B Club Sedan
 C3-03 1931 Cadillac 452A Fleetwood Coupe
 C3-04 1934 Packard 1107 Twelve Coupe
 C3-05 1938 Packard 1608 Twelve Brunn All Weather Cabriolet
 C3-06 1939 Packard 1707 Twelve Formal Sedan
 Class D-2 - Lincoln Custom Coachwork V12
 Class P-2 - Porsche 911 Competition
 D1-01 1921 Lincoln L Brunn Phaeton
 D1-02 1925 Lincoln L Brunn Roadster
 D1-03 1927 Lincoln L-134B Judkins Coaching Brougham
 D1-04 1929 Lincoln L-163B Locke Sport Phaeton
 D1-05 1929 Lincoln L LeBaron Aero Phaeton
 D1-06 1930 Lincoln L-170 Judkins Coupe
 D1-08 1931 Lincoln K Murphy Sport Phaeton
 D2-01 1932 Lincoln KB Murphy Roadster
 D2-02 1932 Lincoln KB-244A Judkins Coupe
 D2-03 1932 Lincoln KB-241 Dietrich Convertible Sedan
 D2-04 1933 Lincoln KB Dietrich Convertible Sedan
 D2-05 1935 Lincoln K LeBaron Convertible Coupe
 D2-06 1937 Lincoln K Willoughby 7 Passenger Touring
 D2-07 1938 Lincoln K Twelve Judkins Touring Coupe
 D3-01 1937 Lincoln-Zephyr Coupe Sedan
 D3-02 1938 Lincoln-Zephyr Coupe
 D3-03 1938 Lincoln-Zephyr Convertible Coupe
 D3-04 1940 Lincoln-Zephyr Continental Cabriolet
 D3-05 1940 Lincoln-Zephyr Convertible
 D3-06 1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe
 D3-07 1942 Lincoln Continental Cabriolet
 D4-02 1950 Lincoln Dietrich Presidential Convertible Limousine
 D4-03 1952 Lincoln Derham Town Car
 D4-04 1955 Lincoln Indianapolis Boano Coupe
 D4-06 1956 Continental Mark II Hess & Eisenhardt Convertible
 Donuts&Coffee at 5:30 am
 E-01 1925 Aston Martin 16 Valve Twin Cam Grand Prix s/n 1934
 E-02 1934 Aston Martin Mark II Short Chassis 2/4 Seater s/n F4/449/S
 E-03 1935 Aston Martin Mark II Bertelli Long Chassis 2/4 Seater
 E-04 1935 Aston Martin Ulster Race Car s/n LM18
 E-05 1939 Aston Martin 15/98 Abbey Coachworks SWB Sports s/n G9/871/SO
 E-06 1952 Aston Martin DB3 Sports s/n DB3/5
 E-07 1953 Aston Martin DB3S Sports s/n DB3S/1
 E-08 1953 Aston Martin DB2/4 Bertone Roadster s/n LML/502
 E-09 1956 Aston Martin DB3S Fixed Head Coupé s/n DB3S/120
 E-10 1957 Aston Martin DBR2 s/n DBR2/2
 E-11 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III Tickford Coupé s/n AM300/3/1734
 E-12 1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT Coupé s/n DB4GT/0151/R
 E-13 1965 Aston Martin Short Chassis Volante s/n DBVC/2334/L
 F-01 1933 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Coupé
 F-02 1934 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Coupé
 F-03 1934 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Pillarless Saloon
 F-04 1934 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Cabriolet
 F-05 1935 Hispano-Suiza J12 Vanvooren Cabriolet
 F-06 1936 Bentley 4¼ Litre Vanvooren Pillarless Saloon
 F-07 1939 Delage D8-120 Vanvooren Coupé
 F-08 1949 Bentley Mark VI Vanvooren Coupé
 G-01 1921 Duesenberg A Bender Coupe
 G-02 1922 Duesenberg A Fleetwood Phaeton
 G-03 1929 Duesenberg J LeBaron Phaeton
 G-04 1929 Duesenberg J LeBaron Phaeton
 G-05 1931 Duesenberg J Rollston Victoria
 G-06 1933 Duesenberg J Murphy Convertible Coupe
 H1-01 1912 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Rothchild et Fils Style Limousine
 H1-02 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Van den Plas Belgium Torpedo
 H1-03 1915 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Alpine Eagle Portholme Torpedo
 H1-04 1925 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Merrimac Piccadilly
 H1-05 1925 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Brewster Riviera
 H1-06 1927 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Murphy Convertible Sedan
 H1-08 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Park Ward Streamline Saloon
 H2-01 1952 Bentley R-Type Continental H.J. Mulliner Sports Saloon
 H2-02 1954 Bentley R-Type Continental Park Ward Drophead Coupé
 H2-03 1956 Bentley S1 Continental Graber Cabriolet
 H2-04 1956 Bentley S1 Continental H.J. Mulliner Sports Saloon
 H2-05 1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud Freestone & Webb Drophead Coupé
 H2-06 1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud H.J. Mulliner Drophead Coupé
 H2-07 1967 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Mulliner State Landaulette
 I-01 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Cabriolet A s/n 105379
 I-02 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster s/n 130949
 I-03 1936 Mercedes-Benz 290 Cabriolet A
 I-04 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet B
 J1-01 1927 Bentley 6½ Litre Surbico Sport Coupé s/n TW2713
 J1-02 1929 Isotta Fraschini 8A Floyd-Derham Convertible Sedan
 J1-03 1930 Bugatti Type 46 Baby Royale Faux Cabriolet s/n 46405
 J1-04 1930 Gar Type B5 Roadster
 J1-05 1931 Bentley 8 Litre Sport Saloon s/n YF5015
 J1-06 1933 Hispano-Suiza J12 Binder Coupé de Ville
 J1-07 1936 Jaguar SS100 Roadster
 J1-08 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Corsica Tourer s/n 57512
 J2-01 1938 BMW 327/8 Cabriolet
 J2-02 1938 Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux s/n 57640
 J2-03 1938 Talbot-Lago 150C SS Figoni & Falaschi Cabriolet s/n 90115
 J2-04 1939 Bentley 4¼ Litre Vanden Plas Tourer
 J2-05 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Gangloff Stelvio s/n 57805
 J2-06 1940 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 SS Graber Cabriolet
 J2-07 1940 Tatra T87 Sedan
 L1-01 1930 Hispano-Suiza H6C D’Ieteren Frères Transformable
 L1-02 1932 Lincoln KB Judkins Berline
 L1-03 1932 Marmon Sixteen LeBaron Victoria Coupe
 L1-04 1933 Lincoln KB Judkins Coupe
 L1-05 1934 Brewster Town Car
 L1-06 1935 Frazer Nash TT Replica Shelsley
 L1-07 1935 Lincoln K Sedan
 L1-08 1935 Voisin Clairière Berline
 L2-01 1955 Ferrari 250 Europa GT Pinin Farina Berlinetta s/n 0409GT
 L2-02 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupe s/n 1747GT
 L2-03 1960 Maserati 3500 GT Touring Coupe
 L2-04 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Coupé
 L2-05 1965 Porsche 911 Coupe
 L2-06 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Scaglietti Berlinetta s/n 10803
 L2-07 1967 Chevrolet L88 Corvette Convertible
 L2-08 1971 Lamborghini Miura SV Bertone Coupé
 M1-01 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Vignale Coupe s/n 0163E
 M1-02 1952 Ferrari 212 Inter Vignale Coupe s/n 0257EU
 M1-03 1955 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Berlinetta Speciale s/n 0425GT
 M1-04 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pinin Farina Coupe Speciale s/n 2821GT
 M1-05 1960 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Scaglietti Spyder California s/n 1639GT
 M1-06 1963 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Pininfarina Coupe s/n 4279SA
 M1-07 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Scaglietti NART Spyder s/n 10691
 M1-08 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Scaglietti Berlinetta s/n 10059
 M2-01 1951 Ferrari 212 Export Touring Barchetta s/n 0136E
 M2-02 1951 Ferrari 212 MM Vignale Berlinetta s/n 0070M
 M2-03 1953 Ferrari 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinetta s/n 0352MM
 M2-04 1953 Ferrari 250 MM Pinin Farina Berlinetta s/n 0344MM
 M2-05 1962 Ferrari 196 SP Dino Fantuzzi Spyder s/n 0806
 M2-06 1964 Ferrari 250 LM Scaglietti Berlinetta s/n 5909
 M2-07 1970 Ferrari 512 S Berlinetta s/n 1012
 Magnus Walker
 N-02 1964 Lamborghini 350 GT Touring Coupé
 N-03 1966 Lamborghini Miura P400 Prototype Bertone Coupé
 N-04 1969 Lamborghini Islero S
 N-05 1972 Lamborghini Espada Bertone Coupé
 N-06 1973 Lamborghini Miura SV Berlinetta
 N-07 1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400
 O1-01 1950 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster
 O1-02 1954 Maserati A6GCS Roadster
 O1-03 1961 Alfa Romeo Sprint Zagato Coda Tronca
 O1-04 1966 Ford GT40 Mark I
 O1-05 1967 Alfa Romeo TZ2 Zagato Coupé
 O2-02 1953 Siata 208CS Balbo Berlinetta
 O2-03 1954 Pegaso Z-102 Saoutchik Coupé
 O2-04 1955 Alfa Romeo 1900 CSS Ghia Aigle Cabriolet
 O2-05 1960 Alfa Romeo Superflow IV Pinin Farina Coupé
 O2-06 1964 Iso A3C Drogo Coupe
 O2-07 1969 AC 428 Frua Fastback Coupé
 P1-01 1963 Porsche 901 Prototype Coupe
 P1-02 1964 Porsche 901/911 Karmann Cabriolet Targa Prototype
 P1-03 1967 Porsche 911S Targa
 P1-04 1969 Porsche 911S Coupe
 P1-05 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Coupe
 P1-06 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Coupe
 P1-07 1974 Porsche 911 Targa Police Car
 P1-08 1975 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera Coupe
 P2-01 1967 Porsche 911R Coupe
 P2-02 1967 Porsche 911R Coupe
 P2-03 1969 Porsche 911S GT Coupe
 P2-04 1970 Porsche 911S Monte Carlo Rallye Prototype
 P2-05 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Coupe
 P2-08 1979 Porsche 935 K3 Coupe
 Pebble Beach Tour d´Elegance 2013
 People waiting for the first car to come in
 Raffle
 Sir Stirling Moss leading the field
 U-01 1957 BMW 507 Series I Roadster
 U-02 1957 BMW 507 Series II Roadster
 U-03 1957 BMW 507 Loewy Pichon et Parat Coupé
 U-04 1958 BMW 3200 Michelotti Vignale Roadster
 U-05 1958 BMW 507 Series II Roadster
 U-06 1958 BMW 507 Series II Roadster
 V1-01 1908 Benz 105 HP Prinz Heinrich Two Seat Race Car
 V1-02 1908 Benz 105 HP Prinz Heinrich Two Seat Race Car
 V1-03 1910 Benz 22/80 Prinz Heinrich Renn Wagen
 V1-04 1910 Benz 21/80 Prinz Heinrich Renn Wagen
 V1-06 1921 Alfa Romeo G1 Race Car
 V1-07 1922 Ballot 2 Litre Race Car
 V2-01 1953 Kurtis KK500B D-A Lubricant Special Roadster
 V2-02 1956 Kurtis KK500G Dayton Steel Special Roadster
 V2-03 1957 Salih Belond Exhaust Special Roadster
 V2-04 1958 Kurtis KK500H D-A Lubricant Special Roadster
 V2-05 1960 Watson Agajanian-Willard Battery Special Roadster
 V2-06 1960 Epperly Mid-Continent Securities Special Roadster
 V2-07 1962 Lesovsky Sarkes-Tarzian Special Roadster
 V2-08 1963 Kurtis KK500L Chalik American Rubber & Plastics Special Roadster
 V2-09 1963 Kurtis KK500K Novi Hotel Tropicana Las Vegas Special Roadster
 V2-10 1963 Watson Hopkins Coral Harbor Special Roadster
 X-05 1938 Peugeot 515
 Z-01 1931 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Corto Zagato Spider s/n 2111007
 Z-03 1931 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Zagato Le Mans Spider s/n 2111005
 Z-04 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider s/n 2211094?
 Z-05 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Le Mans Spider s/n 2111027
 Z-06 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Lungo Castagna Drop Head Coupe s/n 2211086
 Z-07 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider s/n 2211096
 Z-08 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider s/n 2111035
 Z-09 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Scuderia Ferrari Zagato Spider s/n 2111016
 Z-10 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Corto Touring Spider
 Z-11 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider
 Z-12 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Mille Miglia Touring s/n 2111033
 Z-13 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider s/n 2211088
 Z-14 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Le Mans Race Car s/n 2211065
 Z-15 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2600 Monza
 Z-16 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider Corsa s/n 2211080
 Z-17 1932 Alfa Romeo Tipo B P3 Biposto s/n 5001
 Z-18 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C Touring Spider s/n 2211055
 Z-19 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C Touring Le Mans s/n 2311202
 Z-20 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Figoni Tourer s/n 2311208
 Z-21 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider
 Z-22 1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Touring Spider s/n 2311234
 Z-23 1934 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Corto Brianza Le Mans Spider s/n 2311249
 Z-24 1934 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Figoni Spider s/n 2311239
 Z-26 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Spider s/n 412022
 Z-27 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 Lungo Touring Spider s/n 412023
 Z-28 1939 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Spider