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08/14/2007 CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA CONCOURS

This article is from our archives and has not been updated and integrated with our "new" site yet... Even so, it's still awesome - so keep reading!

Published on Mon, May 28, 2007

By: The LACar Editorial Staff

The following list of classes is contemplated. Entrants will all be post-World War II, 1947-1971. We are serving some segments that have not previously had continuous display at this level during Monterey Week, especially hot rods and muscle cars. We plan to have classes for these each year. We will also welcome more traditional entries. Here is a list of classes and an example of a class entrant we would encourage. American Family - Chevrolet 283 Bel Air Convert American Luxury - Cadillac Eldorado Brougham 57-60 American Sports - Kaiser Darrin Brit/Euro Favorites - Morris Minor Brit/Euro Luxury - Mercedes 300S Cabriolet Brit Sports - Austin Healey 100S Ford Muscle - Ford Mustang FX Drag w/427 sohc engine French Sports - Talbot Lago America German Sports - Porsche 356 Carrera 2 GM Muscle - Chevrolet Camero COPO 9560 ZL-1 Hot Rods - Steel body, period built. Micro Car - BMW Isetta Mopar Muscle Dodge R/T 440 Convertible Motorcycles - Norton 88/99 Dominator, BSA Gold Star Clubman Shelby - 289 Cobra Special Class - 1957 Station Wagons Sports Racing - Aston Martin DBR 1 or 2 An entry form is here. http://www.motorclubevents.com/PDF_EntryForm.pdf The site of the event organization is here. http://www.motorclubevents.com/ Below is a link to a piece I wrote last August. The event name has been changed since then. http://www.velocetoday.com/news/news_58.php Our charity affiliation is with the Carmel Foundation. Their work is described here. http://www.carmelfoundation.org

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