A 1933 Packard 1005 Convertible Coupe owned by Aaron and Valerie Weiss of San Marino, California, took the Best in Show Award at the 7th Annual Desert Classic Concours d’Elegance, held February 23 at the Desert Princess Country Club in Palm Springs.
Other notable class winners included: a 1922 Duesenberg Model A Dual Cowl Pheaton owned by Ronald and Sandra Hansen of Fillmore, California, that was named the People’s Choice; a 1959 Alfa Romeo Zagato owned by Roger Groves of Monarch Beach, California, that was named Most Significant Closed Car, as well as taking 1st Place in the Small European Sports/Post War Class; as well as the 1967 NSU Spider owned by Michael and Barbara Malamut of Thousand Oaks, California, that was named Most Unusual Vehicle.“This year’s Desert Classic Concours d’Elegance was the best ever. Not only was the weather perfect, but the crowds and caliber of cars entered in the Concours, as well as in the Car Club Corral, were second to none,” said Paul Merrigan, Founder and Organizer.
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