Pic-A-Day (933) Albert Mach Fine Art - 2017 Elegance at Hershey Awards and over view pics.

Pic-A-Day (933) Albert Mach Fine Art

2017 Elegance at Hershey Awards and over view pics.

Governor’s Cup (aka Best of Show)

1934 Packard 1106 (Twelve) Runabout Speedster by LeBaron Bob, Sandy & Gary Bahre

 

Founder’s Award

1929 Duesenberg J/SJ Convertible by Bohman & Schwartz Harry Yeaggy

 

The Hotel Hershey Award

1938 Talbot-Lago Darracq T-150-C Roadster by Figoni et Falaschi J. W. Marriott Jr.

 

People’s Choice

1929 Cord L-29 Cabriolet Mr & Mrs Robert S. Jepson, Jr.

 

Jack Rich Award

1925 Locomobile 48 Convertible Sedan by Derham Mr & Mrs Robert S. Jepson, Jr.

 

Most Elegant European Open Pre-war

1936 Jaguar SS100 North Collection

 

Most Elegant American Open Pre-war

1931 Duesenberg J LWB Rollston Convertible Victoria Alan Rosenblum

 

Most Elegant Sports & Racing

1952 Siata 300 BC Sport Spider by Bertone Scott & Jamie Cielewich

 

Most Elegant European Closed Pre-war

1935 Swallow Sidecar SS1 Coupe Eduardo A. Zavala 2017 Elegance Award Winners

 

Most Elegant American Closed Pre-war

1931 Cadillac 452A V-16 7-passenger Imperial Limousine by Fleetwood David & Kathy Gano

 

Most Elegant Open Post-war

1955 Arnolt Bristol Deluxe Roadster by Bertone Ken Swanstrom

 

Most Elegant Closed Post-War

1964 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso Jim Utaski

 

This Car Matters (chosen by HVA)

1908 Studebaker Electric Carry-All Coach William E. Swigart, Jr. Automobile Museum Hagerty

 

Youth Judging Award (sponsored by Hagerty)

1953 Buick Super Estate Wagon Loren & Jody Hulber

 

Worn but not Forgotten Award

1923 Packard "Sport Model" Mark & Connie Gessler

 

Best European Open Car

1925 Rolls-Royce Springfield Silver Ghost Piccadilly Roadster Guy & Rose Lewis

 

Best European Closed Car

1934 Lancia Belna Eclipse by Pourtout Donald Bernstein

 

Best of Britain Award

1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Torpedo Phaeton by Hibbard et Darrin Terry & Jennifer Adderley

 

Best of France Award

1951 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet by Chapron Audrain Automobile Museum

 

American Spirit Award (Best American Open Car 1920-1931)

1928 Auburn 8-115 Boat Tail Speedster Al & Barbara Mason

 

American Spirit Award (Best American Open Car 1932-1942)

1932 Studebaker President Convertible Sedan George & Valerie Vassos

 

American Spirit Award (Best American Closed Car 1920-1931)

1929 Peerless Model 8-125 7-Passenger Sedan Dan Johnson

 

American Spirit Award (Best American Closed Car 1932-1942)

1934 Chrysler Airflow Imperial Coupe David & Lisa Helmer

 

Motoring’s Pioneers Award (Best Early/Brass Car)

1904 Pope Toledo V Rear Entrance Tonneau Bill Alley

 

Ciao Italy Award (Best Italian Car)

1936 Lancia Astura Cabriolet by Pinin Farina Oscar Davis

 

Dawn of a New Era Award (Best Post-war)

1960 Plymouth XNR Spider by Ghia Paul Gould

 

Best European Post War Open Car

1951 Ferrari 212 Export Spider by Fontana Peter M. & Marnie Carlino

 

Rolling Sculpture

1937 Packard 120 Convertible Victoria by Graber Marano Collection

 

Elegance of Competition Award

1950 Ferrari 166 Inter Coupe by Touring Peter M. & Marnie Carlino

 

Best Sporting Car

1963 Porsche 901 (911 Prototype) Don & Diane Meluzio

 

Journalist’s Award

1955 Kurtis Kraft 500 X ZIDAR Special

 

Michael & Joannie Rich Chief Judge’s Award

1958 Dual Ghia Convertible by Ghia Sonny & Joan Abagnale

 

Best of Britain Post War Open Car

1958 Bristol Ace Roadster By AC James Taylor

 

Best Use of Color

1932 Ruxton C Sedan by Budd The Richard H. Driehaus Collection

 

Honorary Chairman’s Award

1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spider by Touring Gordon Barrett

 

Most Impressive Limited Production Car

1966 Porsche 906 Carrera 6 Racing Prototype Paul Queally

 

Executive Director’s Award

1913 Simplex 50hp Chain Drive Touring by Quinby George Dragone

 

Premiere Packard Award

1911 Packard 30 Berline Limousine John & Carol Jones

 

HVA - FIVA Presentation

1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Landaulet by Sala & Riva Joseph & Margie Cassini, III

 

Next years Elegance will be held June 8, 2018 at the fabulous Hotel Hershey.

Don’t miss it!

http://theeleganceathershey.com/

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