Ipswich Castle Hill Concours Results

5th Annual Castle Hill Concours d'Elegance Presented by BMW Ipswich, Mass. Sept. 19, 1999 AWARDS WINNERS Class 1 Brass and Nickel Pre-1925 Second Place Duesenberg 1923 Model A Roadster A773 Peter Heydon of Ann Arbor, MI Class 1 Brass...

5th Annual Castle Hill Concours d'Elegance Presented by BMW Ipswich, Mass. Sept. 19, 1999

AWARDS WINNERS

Class 1 Brass and Nickel Pre-1925 Second Place Duesenberg 1923 Model A Roadster A773 Peter Heydon of Ann Arbor, MI

Class 1 Brass and Nickel Pre-1925 First Place Packard Touring Car 1905 Model N Touring John Jones of Prospect, CT

Class 2 Classic Cars 1925-1932 Second Place Cadillac 1931 370 A Roadster Joseph Caputo of Islip Terrace, NY

Class 2 Classic Cars 1925-1932 First Place Pierce Arrow 1931 Model 41 Touring David & Susan Wilson of Wiscasset, ME

Class 3 Classic Cars 1933-1948 Second Place Nash 1933 Ambassador Twin 8 Jack Beebe of Madison, CT

Class 3 Classic Cars 1993-1948 First Place Buick 1938 Fernandez & Darrin Brougham Tom Derro of Carlisle, MA

Class 5 Vintage Sports and Racing Pre-WWII Second Place Bugatti 1927 Type 40 a, Grand Sport Donald Koleman of Portsmouth, NH

Class 5 Vintage Sports and Racing Pre-WWII First Place Alfa Romeo 1935 Type 8 C Grand Prix Lawrence Auriana of Greenwich, CT Class 6 Vintage Sports and Racing Post-WWII Second Place Ferrari 1955 500 Mondial Peter Hosmer of Rye, NY

Class 6 Vintage Sports and Racing Post-WWII First Place Ferrari 1949 166 MM Barchetta Ervin & Thelma Lyon of Kensington, NH

Class 7 All Other Pre-1960 Significant Cars Second Place Chrysler 1947 Town & Country Convertible Clifton Elliott of Topsfield, MA

Class 7 All Other Pre-1960 Significant Cars First Place Mercedes Benz 1956 300 SC Cabriolet Robert Hatch & Sons of Wayland, MA

Most Original Pre-WWII Car Lincoln 1926 7-Passenger Formal Sedan Museum of Transportation of Brookline, MA

Most Original Post-WWII Car Lancia 1951 Aurelia B-50 Vignale Coupe Donald Osborn of Brooklyn, NY

Most Historically Significant Pre-WWII Car Alfa Romeo 1935 Type 8C Grand Prix Lawrence Auriana of Greenwich, CT

Most Historically Significant Post-WWII Car Jaguar 1955 D Type William Binnie of Rye, NY

Grundy Award Meskowski Champ Car 1963 Victor Yerardi of Weston, MA

People's Choice Packard 1929 645 Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton Edgar Masters of Copake Falls, NY

Best in Show Alfa Romeo 1935 Type 8C Grand Prix Lawrence Auriana of Greenwich, CT

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