Today the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance ended with Robert Lee’s 1937 Horch 853A Spezialcabriolet and the Collier Collection’s 1958 Scarab Mk. II winning Best of Show for Sport and Elegance respectively.
The 2014 show was punctuated by several distinct classes including American Underslung, Packard Concept Cars, Plastic Porsches, 100 Years of Maserati and a tribute to Bruce McLaren-all of which were expertly curated.
In anticipation of getting our entire gallery online, we have assembled 10 of our favorite images on our quick review page.
1969 Shelby GT350 – First Shelby GT350 street and race car united. Image by Richard Michael Owen.
1956 Ferrari 410 Superfast 0483SA – The winged Superfast is a tremendous sight. In behind, the Best of Show winners are being photographed. Image by Richard Michael Owen.
Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato – Early morning queue to get in includes the Aston, Boattail Duesenberg, Alfa Romeo TZ2 and Ferrari 166. Image by Richard Michael Owen.
1914 American Underslung 644 – The immaculately prepared American Underslung from the Nethercutt Collection waiting to get in. Image by Richard Michael Owen.
1928 Mercedes-Benz 680S Torpedo Roadster – Great moment during the fashion show including the Pebble Beach-winning Mercedes. Image by Richard Michael Owen.
1935 Duesenberg SJ 572 – Two Bohman & Schwartz Duesenbergs united for the Duesenberg Class. Image by Richard Michael Owen.
1973 BMW 3.0 CSL Lightweight – IMSA turned the CSL into a radical Group 4 contender. Image by Richard Michael Owen.
1958 Abarth Record Monza – Three Abarth 750s are united for the special Zagato display. Image by Richard Michael Owen.
1972 Lamborghini Miura SV – Two absolutely outrageous colors side-by-side on the Miura SV and 911 RS 3.0 Image by Richard Michael Owen.
1958 Scarab Mk. II – The Scarab Mk. II won Best of Show sport while the 1937 Horch 853A Spezialcabriolet took Best of Show elegance. Image by Richard Michael Owen.