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Could This Be The Best Holiday Gift For Car Fans?

Best gift for car guysThose of us who love cars, love driving them, savor salivating over them, enjoy talking about them, relish seeing the latest introductions, and can be immediately starstruck when faced with a motorsports legends. The distinctive smell of a vintage car interior and the chills we get from being in the presence of any rare and unusual automotive creation is part of the thrill of an automotive experience. Well, why not give your favorite car fan all of this wrapped in one package? If you want give the best holiday gift for a car enthusiast, give the gift of Pebble Beach.

Come see and celebrate 200 of the world’s greatest cars as they compete for top awards at the leading competition for collector cars—the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on Sunday, August 26, 2018 on the scenic and renowned 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links.

Featured classes will include the following:

MOTOR CARS OF THE RAJ1924 Rolls-Royce 20 HP Barker Tourer owned by Maharana of Udaipur

Cars with a history tied to India. Most of these cars were sold into India when they were new, during the period of British rule, and many remain there. Hand painted details on Maharaja Rolls-Royce

ROLLSTON COACHWORK1936 Duesenberg J Rollston Convertible Berline

Rollston was among the finest coachbuilders of the Classic Era, often building one-of-a-kind bodies on chassis built by Packard, Minerva and others.

OSCA1955 OSCA MT4 Morelli Spyder at 2014 Pebble Beach

Founded in 1947 by three of the Maserati brothers, OSCA built sports racing cars that competed on road and track through the ensuing two decades.

TUCKER1948 Tucker at Francis Ford Coppola Winery

Seventy years back Preston Tucker created the torpedo-shaped sedan that bears his name. Just 51 Tuckers were made and 47 are known to exist today.


The 2018 Vintage class will focus on early sporting cars built from 1916 to 1924.


Car enthusiasts have increasingly recognized the style inherent in many postwar custom-built Citroëns.

Ticket options range from General Admission to VIP luxury packages with seating in prime locations, sumptuous buffets, and amenities such as docent-led tours and exclusive commemorative gifts.

This is how we began going to Pebble Beach. My husband and I had always talked about it, but something else always came first in the vacation choice. One year I presented him with tickets to the event, and it has been a favorite destination ever since.

For more information visit  Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.


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