Desert Classic Concours d'Elegance Announces Winners

Palm Springs CA, February 25 2014 -1933 Packard 1005 Convertible Coupe Takes Best in Show; 7th Annual Desert Classic Concours d’Elegance Sunday February 23rd at the Desert Princess Country Club, Palm Springs CA.

1933 Packard 1005 Convertible Coupe - Best in Show Award, as well as 2nd place in the American Grand Classics / Pre War Class.

1922 Duesenberg Model A Dual Cowl Pheaton - Named the People's Choice along with Runner-Up to the Best in Show.

1930 Cadillac V-16 Model 452 Convertible - 1st Place in the American Grand Classics/Pre War Class, as well as Runner-Up to the People's Choice.

1959 Alfa Romeo Zagato - Named Most Significant Closed Car, as well as taking 1st Place in the Small European Sports/Post War Class.

1963 Mercedes 300SL - Named Most Significant Open Car.

1967 NSU Spider - 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. "Everyone from our sponsors like the Desert Princess Homes at Desert Princess Country Club, Desert Princess Country Club, and Cuistot Restaurant, to our many volunteers, helped make it a success."

Best in Class Winners:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Desert Classic Concours: Pre-1950's

Desert Classic Concours 2014: 1950's

Desert Classic Concours: 1960's

Desert Classic Concours: 1970+

Source: Desert Classic Concours d'Elegance

Photos by Randy Berg

Pictured below: 1937 Delage D-8 by Letourneur et Marchand

1937 Delage D-8 by Letourneur et Marchand at Desert Classic Concours d'Elegance 2014

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