Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

August 26, 2018 – Pebble Beach, California

  • Considered the most famous car show in the world, held on the Pebble Beach Golf Links overlooking the Pacific Ocean
  • The crown jewel of Monterey Car Week, featuring  multiple car shows, auctions, tours, seminars…

2018 Event Info


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Wed Sep 19th, 2018

Here’s a recap teaser from our friends at Gooding & Company. Relive the magic as they wind through the viewing tent and onto the auction stage at the 2018 Pebble Beach Auctions. For the full video, go to: youtu.be/TaSDsTmR-W4 See MoreSee Less

2018 Teaser for the Pebble Beach Auctions presented by Gooding & Company

Tue Sep 18th, 2018

Irving Jensen III has known "The Duchess" for the whole of his life. The 1928 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Barker Dual Cowl Phaeton was originally built for Sir John Harmsworth, who founded Perrier sparkling water, but it joined the Jensen family in 1963, before Irving III was born. He was just 8 when his father, Irving Jensen Jr., showed the car at the 1976 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, taking home a Second in Class ribbon. And he was heartsick when his father gifted the car to the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum in Ohio. Irving III bought it back in 2009. "Aside from the birth of my kids and my marriage, buying that car was the happiest moment of my life," he told the Carmel Pine Cone. He showed the car at the Pebble Beach Concours this year, and he too went home with a Second in Class ribbon. "I was shocked we took second with a car wearing a 50-year-old restoration," he said. "My feet still have not touched the ground!" See MoreSee Less

Irving Jensen III has known The Duchess for the whole of his life. The 1928 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Barker Dual Cowl Phaeton was originally built for Sir John Harmsworth, who founded Perrier sparkling water, but it joined the Jensen family in 1963, before Irving III was born. He was just 8 when his father, Irving Jensen Jr., showed the car at the 1976 Pebble Beach Concours dElegance, taking home a Second in Class ribbon. And he was heartsick when his father gifted the car to the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum in Ohio. Irving III bought it back in 2009. Aside from the birth of my kids and my marriage, buying that car was the happiest moment of my life, he told the Carmel Pine Cone. He showed the car at the Pebble Beach Concours this year, and he too went home with a Second in Class ribbon. I was shocked we took second with a car wearing a 50-year-old restoration, he said. My feet still have not touched the ground!

 

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Wish I could have seen her on the show grounds

Such great memories And pictures

What a great story!

Beautiful pic

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Sat Sep 15th, 2018

You’ve watched this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B cross the awards ramp to receive our 2018 Best of Show Trophy. Here are some photos from its postshow beauty shoot at the edge of the Pacific. See MoreSee Less

Youve watched this 1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B cross the awards ramp to receive our 2018 Best of Show Trophy. Here are some photos from its postshow beauty shoot at the edge of the Pacific.

 

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Timothée Rondeau faudra y aller une année !

I finally got to go this year and never saw this car in person once the entire time, not sure where they were hiding it but I somehow managed to miss it completely, still bummed about that even if it’s been weeks since they’ve had the event lol

Beautiful

Great choice!!!

Masterpiece ❤️

gorgeous

Swoon.

Nicholas Truong

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Wed Sep 12th, 2018

This 1970 Ferrari 246 GT Dino Scaglietti placed first in our Postwar Preservation class this year. Brian Pollock and his wife Randy picked up this Ferrari from the factory in Modena for their honeymoon tour across Europe nearly fifty years back. Brian had wanted a red car and often thought he might repaint it, but he never quite got around to that—and now he’s glad he didn’t. [Our thanks to Motor Trend for creating this vignette for our livestream.] See MoreSee Less

Brian Pollock’s Original 1970 Ferrari 246 GT Dino Scaglietti

 

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Awesome video! Incredible survivor. All of my vehicles original. Wouldn’t have it any other way.

Cameron Risden I can think of another car that may fall into preservation rather than restoration 😜

Fri Sep 7th, 2018

OSCAs lined the 17th fairway this past August, as the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance celebrated the Italian marque and its contributions to automotive design. With the OSCA, the Maserati brothers proved that lightweight and reliable design could in fact be a replacement for displacement. We were honored to have fifteen excellent OSCAs join us for Concours Sunday. [Photo: Kimball Studios] See MoreSee Less

OSCAs lined the 17th fairway this past August, as the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours dElegance celebrated the Italian marque and its contributions to automotive design. With the OSCA, the Maserati brothers proved that lightweight and reliable design could in fact be a replacement for displacement. We were honored to have fifteen excellent OSCAs join us for Concours Sunday. [Photo: Kimball Studios]

 

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I grabbed a ton of pictures this year, I have a few of the Osca in this gallery if anyone is interested. 🙂

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Thanks to Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Selection Committee for inviting these fantastic little jewels and everyone else for making the OSCA Class one of the highlights of the Concours.

They were gorgeous, so glad I got to see those in person this year.

Nice

Nicholas Truong

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Thu Sep 6th, 2018

TBT: Three Brothers, One Passion. Here Bruce McCaw recounts the growth of his passion for automobiles—a passion he shares with his brothers John and Craig. Last year Bruce’s Mercedes was named Best of Show at Pebble Beach. John’s Ferrari was also a Nominee for that trophy, and Craig was on the field with a Ferrari too.One of the main storylines last year at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance revolves around the McCaw brothers. The tension was high as the two brothers pulled … See MoreSee Less

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Sun Sep 2nd, 2018

We hope you enjoy this brief look back at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. We also hope you plan to join us on August 18, 2019!Video: Automotive Content Experience/Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance See MoreSee Less

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That 37 is just beautiful!

Why the date change again?

My favorite

A very nice video, final touch to this years show. Best Concours in the world. Beautiful!

Fabulous experience for you and Eric!

Nailed it!

Athena McPartland, Ben Beesley dancing the night away with me🍾

Great video Glenn! I watched it on Motor Trend, but nothing beats being there! Maybe next year………

Great video!! I may make a stop there next year before you ride out of the Concourse and into the sunset!!

Look for me at 1:39

I plan to, that’s if things go to plan 🙏🏻🤷🏼‍♀️

See you next year!

Still bummed I had to miss it this year!

Aaron White. Boys only. 😊

Hi did you go Wayne

What a great week.

I plan to attend the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance someday soon. Its my Dream!

Brian Mattheis & Terry Clark

Thiago N. Felippe Durval Victor Marcio Cruz

Nicholas Truong

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Fri Aug 31st, 2018

On the #ConceptLawn: The BMW #M8 Gran Coupe made its North American Debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The M8 will take over as the new flagship model of the BMW line-up and promises to carry forth the history of the Ultimate Driving Machine.Photo: Kimball Studios/Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance See MoreSee Less

On the #ConceptLawn: The BMW #M8 Gran Coupe made its North American Debut at the  Pebble Beach Concours dElegance. The M8 will take over as the new flagship model of the BMW line-up and promises to carry forth the history of the Ultimate Driving Machine.

Photo: Kimball Studios/Pebble Beach Concours dElegance

 

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BMW makes nice custom seats Eclipse Aerospace

William Ferlin

Evan Selzer

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