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Elegance at Hershey Winners

Top Vehicles Get Top Awards

Larry Jewett - June 20, 2014 03:22 PM

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This 1935 Duesenberg won the Governor's Cup

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This 1931 Minerva claimed the Founder's Award

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People's Choice Award was claimed by Paul Gould's 1954 De Soto Adventurer

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Most Elegant Post-War was a 1947 Town & Country

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The Journalist's Award goes to a 1950 Nash-Healey, owned by John Kruse

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After an amazing weekend of events, The Elegance at Hershey proudly announces the following winners of The Elegance At Hershey Concours d'Elegance that took place on June 15, 2014.
 
Governor's Cup - 1935 Duesenberg Mormon Meteor - Owner: Harry Yeaggy
 
Founder's Award - 1931 Minerva AL Convertible Sedan - Owners:  Joseph & Margie Cassini, III
 
The Hotel Hershey Award - 1947 Delahaye 135-M - Owners:  Robert & Sandy Bahre
 
People's Choice Award - 1954 De Soto Adventurer - Owner:  Paul Gould
 
Jack Rich Award - 1934 Alfa Romeo 8C - Owner:  Roger Willbanks
 
Most Elegant Open Pre-War - 1928 Mercedes-Benz S - Owner:  John Riegel
 
Most Elegant American Open Pre-War - 1935 Duesenberg Mormon Meteor - Owner:  Harry Yeaggy
 
Most Elegant Sports & Racing - 1954 Arnolt-Bristol Bolide - Owner:  Stan Cryz
 
Most Elegant Closed Pre-war - 1924 Hispano - Owner:  JWR Museum
 
Most Elegant American Closed Pre-war - 1928 Packard 443 - George Dragone
 
Most Elegant Post-war - 1947 Chrysler Town & Country - Owners:  Loren & Jody Hulber
 
FIVA/HVA Award - 1925 Packard 236 - Owners:  Susan & Stephen Babinsky
 
Cars that Matter - 1911 Packard 30 - Owner:  Michael DeAngelis
 
Worn but not Forgotten Award - 1954 Alfa Romeo 1900SS - Owner:  Corrado Lopresto
 
French Curve Award (Best French Open Car) - 1907 Renault Runabout - Owner:  Kirkland Gibson
 
French Curve Award (Best French Closed Car) - 1962 Facel Vega - Owner: Ken Swanstrom
 
Best of Britain Award (Best British Open Car) - 1938 Jaguar SS100 - Owner:  James Taylor
 
Best of Britain Award - 1929 Rolls-Royce - James & Marion Caldwell
 
American Spirit Award (Best American Open Car 1920-1931) - 1931 Jordan G-90 - Owner:  Anson Loose
 
American Spirit Award (Best American Open Car 1932-1942) - 1934 Packard 1107 - Owner:  Dr. Lonnie Fallin
 
American Spirit Award (Best American Closed Car 1920-1931) - 1924 Lincoln L-Type 135 Limo - Owner:  Rick Schmidt
 
American Spirit Award (Best American Closed Car 1932-1942) - 1940 Packard Super Eight 1806 - Owners:  James Keener & Robert Shingle, Jr.
 
Motoring's Pioneers Award (Best Early/Brass Car) - 1904 Oldsmobile LT - Owner:  Bill Alley
 
Ciao Italy Award (Best Italian Pre War Car) - 1934 Alfa Romeo 8C - Owner:  Roger willbanks
 
Ciao Italy Award (Best Italian Post War Car) - 1955 Maserati A6G - Owner:  Oscar Davis
 
Dawn of a New Era Award (Best Post-war) - 1952 Verrill Wolf Wagon - Owner: Patricia Bittner Swigart
 
Spirit of Elegance - 1954 Bentley Continental - Owner:  George L. Bunting, Jr.
 
Rolling Sculpture - 1957 Maserati - Owner:  Herb Wolfe
 
Elegance of Competition Award - 1932 Aston Martin - Owner:  Robert Mirabile
 
Best Sporting Car - 1956 Talbot-Lago T14LS - Owner:  Donald Bernstein
 
Journalist's Award - 1950 Nash-Healey - Owner:  John Kruse
 
Chief Judge's Award - 1970 Plymouth Barracuda - Owner:  Michael Connell
 
Board of Director's Award - 1948 Packard Victoria - Owners:  Ralph & Adeline Marano
 
High Society Award - 1933 Chrysler CL Imperial - Owners:  David & Lorie Greenberg
 
Premiere Packard - 1934 Packard 1107 - Owners Dave & Linda Kane
 
Hagerty Youth Award - 1956 Continental Mark II convertible by Hess & Eisenhardt - Owners: Barry & Glynette Wolk

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