As the second annual Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance weekend at Pinehurst Resort approaches, we have put together “30 Cars in 30 Days” for visitors to enjoy. Check back often as we will continue to update this section with exciting automobiles that will be a part of this year’s event.
1905 Buick Model C: One of the earliest Buicks in existence, this auto is a multiple Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) winner. Class 1.
1903 Marr Auto Car: The only known surviving car produced by the Marr Auto Car Co. from 1903, this auto was the precursor to the first Buick. Class 1.
1920 Stutz Series Model H: Built in Indianapolis, Ind., this technical marvel has a 4-speed transmission with overdrive and a 16-valve cylinder head. The Stutz is an AACA Award winner. Class 2.
1935 Ford Standard: “One family” heirloom. Earned Historical Vehicle Association Award, “This Car Matters.” Class 2.
1922 Moon 6-40 Touring: Little known auto – restored/on Concours circuit 50+ yrs, 1st AACA Award in ‘62. Continues to win shows. Class 2.
1959 Cadillac Series 62: Exemplifies Amer. craftsmanship/luxury of 50s. Fresh restoration. Concours debut at Pinehurst.
1960 Plymouth Fury, Golden Commando 395: Last year for big fins on Fury. Won numerous Mopar/Concours awards.
1957 Chevrolet BelAir: Iconic ’57 Chevy: Powered by the legendary Chevrolet 283 c.i. V8 sporting two four barrel carburetors.
1939 Mercedes-Benz 540k Spezial Roadster: 1/25 built. Only car w/teardrop fenders/no running boards. Best Of Show at several notable Concours.
1930 Packard 734F: Specially bodied by Packard. Joined ’83 Great American Race. 1998-2006 shown @ Concours events in Europe.
1928 LaSalle 303: Features rumble seat, dual sidemount spares, pilot ray lights, accessory trunk and golf club compartment. In 1965 it was recovered from a California junk yard.
1940 Packard Super 8 Touring Sedan: This award winning Packard features driving lights, overdrive, heater, radio and a luggage rack. Once owned by Dick Smothers, noted car guy and one half of the famous Smothers Brothers comedy duo.
1936 Rolls-Royce Sport Saloon with Division: Originally delivered to a London banker this Rolls-Royce features the legendary kneeling lady mascot and fantastic razor edge styling. It has won dozens of AACA Awards.
1966 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350H: Ford and Shelby struck a deal with Hertz to offer the GT350H as a rental car to promote the Shelby Mustang to potential buyers. You could drive off the rental car lot in a Shelby for $17 a day and 17 cents a mile. Try that today!
1968 Ford T5 (Mustang): This is NOT a Mustang! The Ford T5 was built for export and Ford did not have rights to use the Mustang name in Germany. There are no Mustang badges on this AACA and Mustang Club of America Award winning car.