Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 2010 – Photo Gallery

Alfa Romeo at Pebble Beach Concours 2010The Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 2010 was held Sunday, August 15th at the Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California. More than 250 cars and motorcycles lined the 18th hole of Pebble Beach Golf Links for the 60th annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, with a total of 29 classes in 2010 including feature and special classes.

Alfa Romeo, a featured marque at the 2010 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, had the largest presence on the show field, including seven vehicles shipped from the Alfa Romeo Museum in Arese, Italy. The 75th anniversary of Jaguar was also featured, as was Pierce-Arrow. Special classes included a focus on the 50th anniversary of the Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta, the centennial of the Indianapolis 500, Hot Rod lakesters and Bonneville racers, American Prewar Road and Ghia-designed vehicles. Following the initial appearance of a motorcycle class last year, the 2010 class showcased Pre-war American road and racing motorcycles, including board-track racers.

The overall winner – Best of Show – was a 1933 Delage D8S Roadster with coachwork by DeVillars owned by the Patterson Collection. (See Delage D8S DeVillars Profile). Also nominated for Best of Show was the 1939 Delage D8 120 Henri Chapron Cabriolet of Daniel Sielecki, Sam and Emily Mann’s 1930 Duesenberg J Graber Cabriolet and the 1929 Bentley Speed Six Park Ward Open Two Seater of Arturo & Deborah Keller.

In the first of several photo galleries dedicated to the 2010 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Tim Scott of Fluid Images offers the following 160 spectacular images from the 18th fairway at the Pebble Beach Golf Links. To see more of Tim’s images, visit

Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance 2010 – Photo Gallery (click image for larger picture and description)

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[Source: Pebble Beach Concours; photo credit: Tim Scott / Fluid Images]

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  1. I realize this is a Sports car publication, but I feel that the early motorcycles should at least deserve some recognition. After all, this is the only the 2nd time they have ever been accepted at Pebble, and they were a huge crowd favorite. Great coverage otherwise.

    1. Fair enough. Pebble is a mad scramble to get decent pictures of the 200+ cars before the crowds arrive. When finished, we then headed to the motorcycles and they were swamped with people, especially when Jay Leno was there. The images were not presentable enough to publish.

  2. Photo #3 seems to be mislabeled as a 1913 American Underslung Traveler Type 56 7 Passenger Touring. It looks like a later car with conventional springs. Seven people would be a tight fit. And if I’m wrong on all of that, it certainly isn’t a touring car. I’m guessing a Pierce Arrow coupe from around 1923.

  3. The red Pierce-Arrow is a 1909 48 hp 7 passenger touring owned by: Lynette and Vaughn Vartanian.
    You have it posted as a 1915 66hp owned by John Mozart.

    1. John Mozart does have the only other 1909 48SS 7 Passenger Touring. It was owned by Barbara and Matt Browning, restored in part by Eric Rosenau and a first in class at Pebble. Then Otis Chandler to John Mozart. Proud to say ours still carries it’s original upholstery, belly pan, spencer air pump, etc. The most authentically correct as judged by the Pierce-Arrow Society in 2013 and recipient of the “Bernard J. Weis Trophy” . One of only three “Brass” cars to receive the highest honor since it’s inception in 1961.That first year a 1910 36UU tied for the honor with Phil Hill’s 1931 Model 41 Pierce-Arrow.

  4. I bought the Tossie Alex #769 and restored it , drove it from Chicago to Hershey Pa, no one passed me, owned the car for many yrs and enjoyed it, worked on many XKSS cars, finally sold it back to UK and retired from business the next day.