The cars were purpose-built for drag racing with an exaggerated layout that resembled open-wheel circuit racing vehicles.
Concours d'Elegance of America, formerly known as, meadow Brook, concours, which will take place in Plymouth, Mich., on July.
A load of other cars, ranging from five to almost seven figures, will cross the block as well, including a 1929 Duesenberg and a 1935 Packard Twelve Coupe.Spread across the golf course behind the Inn.The 1899 Orient Autogo Trike was awarded Best in Class.One example that received much attention throughout the day was the 1959 Cadillac Broadmoor Skyview.The original owner of this car was Harold.As is custom at this Concours, two vehicles were awarded these honors, one for the most elegant American car, the other for the most elegant Foreign Car.It was reportedly one of two Daimlers built for Queen Elizabeth II's visits to America.It is one of the first Italian sports cars to go into production after wwii.All on a 1957 cadeau mcdo Packard!Photos by Kevin.THE corporation shall NOT engage IN ANY activity OR make ANY contribution FOR ANY purpose which IS NOT exclusively FOR charitable purposes.
When was the last time you've seen a Packard Clipper wagon?
Johns Concours displayed five early automobiles.
The preview is the day before, on Friday, July.
Here are some lots that caught our eye.
John's in Plymouth, Michigan.A British car we don't see on our shores very often, here's a left-hand drive 1985 Daimler DS420 Custom Limousine.While we don't suggest attempting to race a Duesenberg, even if you are the highest bidder and already have a Duesenberg in your collection to stage such races with, it's good to know that you can win a drag race with almost any pre-war production.Photos thanks to our awesome contributor.The 1922 Duesenberg Model A Doctors Coupe with Fleetwood coachwork could sell for as much as 225,000, according to RMs estimates.