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Greenbrier Concours d’Elegance

May 2, 2021

Date

May 2, 2021

Event type

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Venue

The Greenbrier
300 W. Main St.
White Sulfur Springs, WV 24986

Event Details

Adult:
FREE ADMISSION - all ages
Website:
www.greenbrierconcours.com
Social:
Facebook
Benefits:
AACA Library & Research Center, Mountaineer Autism Project
Founded:
2018
Featured Classes:
Rolls Royce, Bentley

2021 Results

Best of Show:

1933 Isotta-Fraschini Tipo 8A Sports Tourer (Stephen Plaster; Lebanon, Missouri)

 

Class winners:

American Classics: 1931 Buick Series 96C Coupe (David Landow; Potomac, Maryland)

European Classics: 1952 Bentley R-Type Continental (William Davis; Charleston, West Virginia)

Pre-War Production Cars: 1910 Oakland 30 Model 24 Runabout (Paul Phillips; Marietta, Georgia)

Post-War Production Cars: 1957 Thunderbird F-Bird (Allen Tate; Racine, Ohio)

Sports Cars: 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe (John Rogers; Wheeling, West Virginia)

Jaguars: 1966 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 (Ronald Schotland; Skillman, New Jersey)

Muscle Cars: 1966 Shelby GT 350; John Garnett; Spotsylvania, Virginia)

Preservation: 1962 Chevrolet Corvette (Mark Davis; Landrum, South Carolina)

Pontiac: 1961 Pontiac Ventura Sport Coupe (Gary Doty; Bath, Michigan)

Just for Fun: 1960 Fiat Jolly Convertible (Thomas Zarella; Gloucester, Massachusetts)

 

Special Awards:

Television and Movie Cars People’s Choice: 1979 Ford Econoline Dumb and Dumber Dog Van (Stephen Plaster; Lebanon, Missouri)

 

Chief Judge’s Award (Selected by Paul Sable): 1929 Ford Model A Roadster (Michael Hamby; Wilmington, North Carolina)

Duke of Windsor Award (Most Elegant Closed Car): 1929 Duesenberg Model J Sedan (Greg Ornazian; Rochester, Michigan)

Princess Grace Award (Most Elegant Open Car): 1951 Ferrari 212 Export Cabriolet (Peter Kalikow; New York, New York)

Dorothy Draper Award (Most Stylish Interior): 1960 Pontiac Ventura Sport Coupe (Tommy Nolen; North Chesterfield, Virginia)

Sam Snead Award (Best Country Club Car): 1930 Cadillac Series 452 V16 Roadster (Dwight Schaubach; Hampton Roads, Virginia)

Eisenhower Award (Best Cold War Era Car): 1953 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible (James Mitchell; Warrenton, Virginia)

Artist’s Award: 1935 SS1 Jaguar Drophead Coupe (Eduardo Zavalla; St. Petersburg, Florida)

Most Historically Significant Road Car: 1969 Mercedes-Benz 600 SWB Sedan (Dwight Schaubach; Hampton Roads, Virginia)

Most Historically Significant Sports Car: 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL (Atena Rosak; Cockeysville, Maryland)