2017 is the first year in the history of the concours that post-war cars were more numerous on the field than pre-war cars.

IMG_93051953 Fiat 8V Ghia Supersonic – a very spectacular design,  purchased new by Dutch Darrin and sold to Briggs Cunningham

IMG_93301969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S Bertone Coupe.  With original paint and interior in preservation class

IMG_93341967 Ferrari 412P Competizione. Restored as raced.

IMG_9338the 1949 Kurtis Sports Car – the original 2 seater from Kurtis.  Kurtis later sold the design to Earl “Madman” Muntz, who added a rear seat and made some other design changes.  So, if it looks to you like a Muntz Jet, you’re right!

IMG_93411956 Ferrari 250 GT Boano Cabriolet – note the fins!

IMG_9342Even the Italians got the fin fever!

IMG_9343Here’s the Ferarri 410 Superamerica Cabriolet

IMG_9344and the Ferrari 410 Superamerica Coupe.  All presented by the same collection, rolling on the field 1-2-3 !

IMG_93461948 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8C Monterosa Boneschi Cabriolet. One of the last of the 3 postwar Isotta-Fraschini’s built. There were 2 of the 3 on the field. That’s why Pebble Beach is so amazing !

IMG_9356Wow!  a 1954 Jaguar XK120 SE Pinin Farina Coupe.  Exhibited at the 1955 Turin Motor show.

IMG_9207Here it is again at the tour.  It’s rare to see a custom bodied Jaguar, and this one really got me!

IMG_96141955 Ferrari 375 America Pinin Farina Coupe Speciale – owned originally by Fiat Boss Agnelli.

IMG_96171954 Ferrari 375 MM Pinin Farina Berlinetta – the “Bergman Coupe”  named for  actress Ingrid Bergman who was married to the buyer, Roberto Rossellini.

IMG_97521977 Ferrari 312 T2 F1 Grand Prix car. Driven by Niki Lauda in his second championship season.

IMG_97531975 Ferrari 312 T F1 Grand Prix car.  Driven by Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni.