The National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada
L’Association nationale des clubs automobiles du Canada

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The Cobble Beach Concours d Elegance thanks all for their interest and support and the 2014 Cobble Beach Concours d Elegance.

 

Congratulations to all the Fabulous Winners!!!

 

Mark your calendar for September 12- 13 2015 for the 3rd Annual Cobble Beach Concours d Elegance.

Best of Show

                             1936 Delahaye Type 135 Competion Court Teardrop Coupe - Roger Willbanks Denver, CO

Class 1 Antique (Brass Era) Pre 1916 (Below 35HP)

 

1. 1904 Oldsmobile Model T French Front - Hugo and Linda Vermeulen Oshawa, ON

 

2. 1910 Cadillac Model 30 Demi-Tonneau - Garry & Annette Potter Oro Station, ON

 

3. 1909 Packard Model 18 Touring - Pat Bird Coe Hill, ON

Class 2 Antique (Brass Era) Pre 1916 (35HP and Above)

 

1. 1908 Daimler TC 48 - Randall Longfield Brampton, ON

 

2. 1909 Oldsmobile Model X Touring - Gerry Hockin Burlington, ON

Class 3 Alternate Fuel or Energy Pre 1940

 

1. 1903 Columbus Electric - Peter Fawcett Whitby, ON

Class 4 American Classics Open 1925 to 1948

 

1. 1934 Packard 1101 Coupe Roadster - Gregory Aarssen Chatham, ON

 

2. 1929 Auburn 8-90 Boattail Speedster - Sheldon Rier Cambridge, ON

 

3. 1929 Duesenberg Model J Murphy Dual Cowl Phaeton - Charles Letts Bloomfield Hills, MI

Class 5 Cadillac 1925 to 1948

 

1. 1938 Cadillac Fleetwood 7567 - Michel Ouellette Ile-Bizard,QC

 

2. 1941 Cadillac Convertible Coupe Model 41-6267D - Wayne Cadman Courtland, ON

 

3. 1930 Cadillac V16 4235 - Brent Merrill Toronto, ON

Class 6 American Classics Closed 1925 to 1948

 

1. 1930 Cadillac Series 452 Model 4375S Seven Passenger Sedan V16 - Steve Plunkett London, ON

 

2. 1939 Packard 1703 Touring Sedan Murray - Gibb Stouffville , ON

 

3. 1931 Packard 833 Std. Eight 5 Pass. Coupe - Kenneth McGee Goderich, ON

Class 7 European Classics 1925 to 1948

 

1. 1937 Delahaye Type 135 Competion Court Teardrop Coupe - Roger Willbanks Denver, CO

 

2. 1937 Alvis 4.3 Litre - Philip Morgan Cobourg, ON

 

3. 1934 Rolls Royce 20/25 - Bob Thompson Port Elgin, ON

Class 8 Sports Cars – European to 1973

 

1. 1970 Ferrari 246 GT M Series Dino Coupe - Jeffrey Seigel North York, ON

 

2. 1962 Jaguar XKE S-1 FHC - Gil Melo Cambridge, ON

 

3. 1963 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster - Ivan Muchalov Erin, ON

Class 9 Corvettes 1953 to 1962

 

1. 1962 Corvette Convertible - Doug Kinsman Etobicoke, ON

 

2. 1959 Chevrolet Corvette - Steve McMullen Baltimore, ON

 

3. 1961 Chevrolet Corvette - Paul Etheridge Montreal, QC

Class 10 Corvettes 1963 to 1973

 

1. 1965 Chevrolet Corvette - Gary Scholl Toronto, ON

 

2. 1970 Chevrolet Corvette - Alan Boughton Caledon, ON

 

3. 1966 Chevrolet Corvette - David Bellisario King City, ON

Class 11 Preservation Class – pre War to 1941 cars

 

1. 1926 Franklin Sport Touring, Series 11A Andre - Audette Ottawa, ON

 

2. 1941 Cadillac 6227 - Philip Fischer Plymouth, MI

Class 12 Preservation Class - Post war to 1945--1965 cars

 

1. 1951 Ford Tudor - Don Gibson Burlington, ON

 

2. 1961 Jaguar XK150 FHC - Hartley Hershenhorn Penetanguishene, ON

Class 13 American Muscle Car  to 1973

 

1. 1971 Pontiac GTO Judge - Elaine and Tony Lang Hanover, ON

 

2. 1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 - Wally Horodnyk Toronto, ON

 

3. 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air - Brent Erickson Thamesville, ON

Class 14 Supercars

 

1. 2014 Pagani Huayra - c/o Pfaff Automotive Toronto, ON

 

2. 2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 - c/o Engineered Automotive Concord, ON

 

3. 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante - Paul Lazzari Maple, ON

Class 15 Race Cars - pre 1984

 

1. 1968 Lotus 59/69 - Bill Brack Cobourg, ON

 

2. 1965 Shelby Cobra Factory S/C - Peter Klutt Halton Hills , ON

 

3. 1966 Lola T70 Mk. II - The Bigioni Family Uxbridge, ON

Class 16/17 Canadian engineered or built automobiles

 

1. 1929 Ford Model A - Everett Hessels Blyth, ON

 

2. 1946 Ford 1/2 ton pick-up - Peter Brenner Port Rowan, ON

 

3. 1931 LaSalle 340 Cabriolet - Sigfred Knudsen Kitchner, ON

Class 18 Production Modern - American 1945 to 1973

 

1. 1958 Chevrolet Impala - Norman Harrison Aurora, ON

 

2. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible - Doug Pegg Kettleby, ON

 

3. 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special - Ivan and Ann Marie Elford Port Hope, ON

Class 19 Street Rods and Hot Rods Traditional

 

1. 1932 Ford Pickup - Jeff Norwell East Garafraxa, ON

 

2. 1936 Ford Roadster Rumble Seat 40 - Al Webster Gormley, ON

Class 20 Street Rods and Hot Rods Contemporary

 

1. 1932 Ford  Roadster - Brent Erickson Thamesville, ON

 

2. 1957 Chevrolet 150 Belair Custom - Bill Wallace Milton, ON

 

3. 1928 Ford Model A - Robert Bradburn Courtice, ON

Class 21 Micro Cars

 

1. 1957 Messerschmitt KR201 - Jim Garbo Franksville, WI

 

2. 1957 BMW Isetta 300 - Randy & Kathy McMillen Mansfield, OH

 

3. 1952  Rolux VB 61 - Peter Svilans Thornhill, ON

The Willis S. McLeese International Museum Award

 

 Antique Automobile Club of America Museum - Hershey, PA

 

 Canadian Automotive Museum - Oshawa, ON

 

 Canada Science and Technology Museum - Ottawa, ON

 

 Classic Car Club of America Museum - Hickory Corners, MI

 

 Detroit Historical Society - Detriot, MI

Chairman's Award

 

1931 Chrysler CG Imperial Dual Cowl Phaeton - Bob Becker Mount Forest, ON

Chief Judge's Choice

 

1965 Shelby Cobra Factory S/C - Peter Klutt Halton Hills , ON

People's Choice

 

1936 Delahaye Type 135 Competion Court Teardrop Coupe - Roger Willbanks Denver, CO

National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada – Rolling Sculpture Award

 

 1933 Rolls Royce 20/25 Sedanca de Ville body by Fernandez and Darrin - Peter T. Boyle Oil City, PA

Outstanding Preserved Pre War Vehicle (HVA)

 

 1926 Franklin Sport Touring Series 11A - Andre Audette Ottawa, ON

Outstanding Preserved Post War Vehicle (HVA)

 

 1951 Ford Tudor - Don Gibson Burlington, ON

Margaret Dunning Spirit of Driving Award

 

1928 Chevrolet Station Wagon - Scott Sinclair Caledon, ON

BruceGreySimcoe Award

 

1928 Isotta Fraschini 8A SS - Peter T. Boyle Oil City, PA

Most Elegant Pre War

 

1934 Packard 1107/741 V12 - Anthony Lang Hanover, ON

Most Elegant Post War

 

1967 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8 Phase II - David and Marilyn Chapman Georgian Bluffs, ON

Outstanding Pre War

 

1908 Daimler TC 48 - Randall Longfield Brampton, ON

Outstanding Post War

 

2014 Pagani Huayra - c/o Pfaff Automotive  Toronto, ON

Raffle Winners

 

Two (2) night stay at a Groupe Germain Hospitalité - Shelly Lesse

 

Two (2) night Play & Stay at Cobble Beach in Season, or Stay & Spa in Winter - Margaret Dunning

 

Four (4) Toronto Maple Leaf’s Tickets (Red Section) & Signed Dion Phaneuf Jersey - Grant Thain

 

Men’s Limited Edition Citizen Eco-Drive Atomic Watch - Michael Hogg

 

A 10kt white gold, blue and white diamond cluster ringt from D.C. Taylor Jewellers - Sara Martin

 

Broil King Regal 490 Black LP Barbeque from Onward Manufacturing Ltd. - Tony Lang

 

 

 

 

 

Sept 4 2014

Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance keeps it’s foot on the gas for year two

driving into the fast lane of elite automotive shows September 14

 

COBBLE BEACH NEWS RELEASE:

 

Cobble Beach – September 4…

 With more judges, more classes, two days of Porsche test driving and the oldest car in Canada, this year’s Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance is building on the momentum of its standout debut. Experience the romance of the international Concours d’Elegance on the shores of Georgian Bay and take in the most pristine automobiles on display anywhere in Canada, as Cobble Beach establishes a tradition of excellence for the country.

 

Dating back to 17th century French high-society, this famed-celebration of automotive excellence is a rare opportunity to view immaculate examples of automobiles from the last 100 years. Participating cars are held to a once every four years appearance standard, meaning the Concours has an entirely new stable of prestigious autos on display—cars that won’t be around again for almost half a decade. General admission tickets are $40, and VIP packages range up to $1500, with an option to fly direct to the Bruce Peninsula on Porter Airlines.

 

“Cobble Beach is immensely proud of our success in year one. We are committed to creating a lasting, quality show that Canadians can be proud of.  Our growth is shown by the quality of Judges and automotive personalities we have attracted from across the continent in 2014, including former Pebble Beach Concours Chief Judge Ed Gilbertson, New York Times automotive contributor Mary Chapman, and Michael Spezia, Executive Director of the Gilmore Car Museum”

 

Lush fairways and windswept coastal vistas provide a backdrop worthy of the craftsmanship on display, which includes an 1867 Seth Taylor. This steam propelled buggy lays claim as the oldest car in Canada (and some argue the world) and is part of a new museum class, that also features a 1963 Ford Mustang II Prototype from the Detroit Historical Society. What better way to honor the iconic Mustang’s 40th anniversary than trotting out the one version that is 41-years old? Rounding out the new museum class are contributions from the AACA Museum out of Hershey PA, the Gilmore Museum of Hickory Corners MI and Oshawa’s own Canadian Automotive Museum.

 

Other notable gems exhibited along the 18-hole links golf course will include the obscure, stunning 1936 Delahaye Type 135, which is one of three surviving Figoni short-chassis coupes; a 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS, which was originally purchased by the renowned drummer Thomas Radtke and a 1957 Messerschmitt KR201, the rarest of the productions models offered by Messerschmitt, with only 304 units ever made.

 

Proceeds raised by Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance will go to Sunnybrook Foundation to fund a state-of-the-art helipad on the rooftop of the Toronto hospital. “We are deeply grateful that Sunnybrook’s helipad project is the beneficiary of proceeds raised by Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Up to 300 of Sunnybrook’s trauma patients arrive by helicopter each year and that includes Grey County residents and visitors. Currently, paramedics and trauma staff must co-ordinate with a land ambulance to transfer patients 500 metres from our existing helipad to the trauma room. Building a helipad on the roof of our emergency department will give patients the best chance possible when every second counts” says Dr. Jon Dellandrea, Sunnybrook Foundation President and CEO.

 

 

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