1932 Packard 903 Deluxe Victoriaowned by Mr. & & Mrs. Richard LambertPort Orange, Florida
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C., NOVEMBER 7, 2021 — South Carolinas enduring hallmark of vehicle occasions has revealed the 2021 Best of Show. Leading honors have actually been granted to a 1932 Packard 903 Deluxe Victoria owned by Mr. & & Mrs. Richard Lambert of Port Orange, Florida Despite a gray start, the program ended with large crowds and marvelous sunshine. The well-known Best of Show was bestowed during the events ending held at the Port Royal Golf Club on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
The 2021 Best of Show acknowledges the best-of-the-best in vehicle alongside 4 extra classifications who were likewise acknowledged for exceptional achievement.
Finest Rolling Art — 1932 Packard 903 Deluxe Victoria owned by Mr. & & Mrs. Richard Lambert of Port Orange, Florida
Paul Doerring Best Production/Performance — 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz owned by Phil Farese of Wake Forest, North Carolina
Finest Road & & Track– 1951 Cooper MG Sports Racer owned by Howard Banaszak of Fernandina Beach, Florida.
The acclaimed Best of Show was bestowed during the events ending held at the Port Royal Golf Club on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
” When our individuals receive these awards, we understand the recognition goes to heart and we are delighted to know that others share in our respect for the difficult work and dedication to all things movement,” stated the events Chairman, Merry Harlacher.2021 marks the return of the Hilton Head Island Concours d Elegance and Motoring Festival after its cancelling due to the pandemic in 2020. The 19th Annual Hilton Head Island Concours d Elegance represents worldwide and nationwide brands, organizations, small businesses, lovers, as well as those who simply value the historic nature of classic cars. Next year marks a historic milestone for The Hilton Head Island Concours dElegance Motoring Festival. Hilton Head Island Concours dElegance, Inc., a 501(c)( 3) Non-Profit Organization, is a distinct, multi-day “Lowcountry” car experience that informs the community and captivates while supporting youth programs.
In addition, guests of the event took part in the iconic custom of casting their elect the Peoples Choice award. Throughout the Concours votes were cast with 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster owned by Ed Knoll of Saint Louis, Missouri winning the fan favorite title ahead of the grand finale with guests surrounding the ironically southern Port Royal Golf Club.” We are extremely happy of our 2021 return and the opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments, preservation and development of our exhibitors, who in all cases have ended up being fantastic friends of our occasion.” stated Lindsey Harrell, President.
” When our participants receive these awards, we understand the acknowledgment goes to heart and we are enjoyed understand that others share in our regard for the effort and devotion to all things mobility,” stated the events Chairman, Merry Harlacher.2021 marks the return of the Hilton Head Island Concours d Elegance and Motoring Festival after its cancelling due to the pandemic in 2020. Collectors, enthusiasts and visitors from throughout the country got involved in the schedule of occasions. The 19th Annual Hilton Head Island Concours d Elegance represents worldwide and national brand names, organizations, little companies, enthusiasts, in addition to those who just appreciate the historic nature of vintage cars. This ever-growing event is among the nations most beloved vehicle showcases with 3 days of motivating style, technology, art, development and charm of boats, autos and bikes.
Noteworthy attendees consisted of: Moray Callum (Vice President, Design, Ford Motor Company, retired), Craig Metros (Design Director of North American Trucks and SUVs, Ford Motor Company, retired), Michael Simcoe (Vice President, Global Design, GM), Jay Ward (Creative Director of Franchise, Pixar Animation Studios) and Kip Wasenko (Director of Design, Special Vehicles, GM, retired). Distinguished collector, conservator and President of the Classic Car Club of America Steve Babinsky and his other half Susan and long-time exhibitors at the Hilton Head Island Concours, Robert & & Mitzi McNab, were acknowledged as the 2021 Pinnacle and Honored Collectors.
Next year marks a historical turning point for The Hilton Head Island Concours dElegance Motoring Festival. The 20th Anniversary is arranged for November 4– 6, 2022 For more information on the Hilton Head Island Concours dElegance & & Motoring Festival, check out the official website at www.HHIConcours.com.
Hilton Head Island Concours dElegance, Inc., a 501(c)( 3) Non-Profit Organization, is a special, multi-day “Lowcountry” motoring experience that educates the community and captivates while supporting youth programs. The weekend event uses whatever from a stylish garage gala to a display of cars and truck clubs displaying their pride and delight to the culmination, the heart of the occasion, the Concours dElegance, all with a touch of Southern hospitality.
SAVE THE DATECELEBRATING 20 YEARSNovember 4– 6, 2022.
Finest Motorcycle — 1937 Sunbeam Light Solo Sports owned by Richard Daughenbaugh of Aiken, South Carolina.