We always look forward to the Cobble Beach Concours d'Elegance, we have been going to Cobble Beach since the first concour in 2013.
This year the climatic conditions were simply spectacular, a wonderful September Sunday with a bright sun. In our case it was a different experience we had an opportunity to drive up to Owen Sound in a Cadillac CT6 Platinum. The CT6 is simply a phenomenal car...which kept on impressing us.
As usual Rob McLeese and his folks do an awesome job organising and staging this concour.
What caught our attention this year.
The Auburn Boatail which won best of show.
The Stanley Steamer running was a unique sight.
An interesting display of Porsches 356, with one roadster having a unique stinger exhaust system.
The Aston Martin DB6's were a reminder of the various James Bond movies.
Packards V12's these cars continue to have presence today.
A black 1970 Chevelle SS454 with an L71 and a rock crusher M22 making all the appropriate sounds, a quick reminder of the drive in scene from a few decades back.
There was a 1964 GTO with 3 carburetors on the 389...yes the one that started the muscle car segment, and think about it, over 50 years ago.
Wooden boats again this year.
Pick ups too...do you remember Mercury pick ups?
Motorcycles with Indians and Harleys.
Cobble Beach Concours d'Elegance is a unique automotive experience, a feats for the eyes, it always brings back various memories, and obvious the setting is simply spectacular.
We have a photo gallery...here click.
Another on our flickr page...here click. As they say a photo is worth a gazillion words.