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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Contents Grounds Map........................................................................................................ 6 Concours Village.................................................................................................. 8 Message from the Governor.............................................................................11 Welcome...............................................................................................................13 Donors & Sponsors............................................................................................14 Ribbon Colors & Judges....................................................................................17 Schedule & Activities.........................................................................................19 People of The Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance............................................20 Donald Osborne.................................................................................................22 What is a Concours d’Elegance?......................................................................24 Concours d’Elegance Classes...................................................................... 26-71 Carrol Jensen.......................................................................................................73 Youth Judging......................................................................................................74 Master of Ceremonies........................................................................................77 About the Artist..................................................................................................78 The Reason We Do This.....................................................................................81

Concours d’Elegance Classes 100 Antiques...................................................................................................26 200 Aston Martin..........................................................................................28 300 Bicycles.....................................................................................................30 400 Cars of Donald Healey..........................................................................34 500 Classic Era...............................................................................................38 600 Cruising America...................................................................................44 700 European Sports.....................................................................................46 800 Jack Thomas Collection.........................................................................50 900 Motorcycles.............................................................................................52 1000 Muscle Cars.............................................................................................56 1100 Mustang Camaro War...........................................................................60 1200 Porsche.....................................................................................................64 1300 Premium Luxury....................................................................................66 1400 Race Cars.................................................................................................70

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100 Antiques 200 Aston Martin 300 Bicycles 400 Cars of Donald Healey 500 Classic Era

600 Cruising America 700 European Sports 800 Jack Thomas Collection 900 Motorcycles 1000 Muscle Cars

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WELCOME Hello and Welcome to the 14th Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance! By now you have noticed a change in our event. The weekend was always divided with a car show on Saturday leading up to the concours on Sunday. But in the past couple years our motoring weekend has had an expansion of activities. More of our guests, both from the Saturday show and the concours, have wanted to participate in the Saturday tour. Last year we added a seminar and we will have another this year with a panel of authorities on car collecting. New for this year, Hagerty Insurance is hosting a driving experience on both Saturday and Sunday where people can experience a vintage car first hand! With all of this wonderful activity and our Saturday night Style and Speed Social, it was decided to move the Saturday Show & Glow event, to Sunday and incorporate all the vehicle displays into one day! We are very excited about this change and hope that you will enjoy it too! We have a wide range of classes in the Concours this year from the roar of the Mustang Camaro Wars to the whisper of Premium Luxury. We feature ‘All Things Two Wheeled’ by creating a class of incredible motorcycles as well as a class of bicycles over 100 years old. There are several sports car features including the Cars of Donald Healey and Aston Martin. Be sure to also get pictures of our very special Ferrari class brought to us by Jack Thomas and Motion Products, as these cars have only been displayed one time before. It is a privilege to bring all of these great pieces of history to Milwaukee for everyone to see. This is our very own outdoor art museum! But we are also all honored to use the funds from this event for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southeastern Wisconsin, Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin and Meta House as our charitable partners. This charitable giving is a core foundation to this event. We would like to thank our sponsors, committee members, class chairs and every other volunteer. Thank you also to each of our exhibitors who go through great effort to bring their cars from across the country for all of us to enjoy. Carl & Carrol Jensen Concours Chairmen

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DONORS $1,000 to $5,000

Bob Budlow Colin Comer John and Julie Diedrick

Up to $1,000

Gerald Barnes David Curro Penny Facchini James Fitzgerald Roger Franzel Gerald Fredrickson

Silent Auction Donors Allen Atwood Autism Society Of Southeastern Wisconsin Autodromo Charles Bartucz Helen Dentz Barta Owen Bassett L Harrison Bernbaum Big Top Chautauqua Gregory Black Aaron Bochniak Braise Bob And Linda Budlow Phillip Carlson Wayne Carini Colin Comer Peter Cunningham Jerry David

Carl Jensen Ralph LaMacchia Michael O’Krongly

Ron Pace Robert Tenges Jim Wallner

Paul Westphal Karl Wuesthoff

James Hennick Carrol A. Jensen Todd Jodarski Robert Joynt Bruce Larson Brian Lehmann

James Leichtle William Lewis Thomas Mott Ann O’Connell Anthony Peacock Barbara Plumb

Scott Severson Richard Sevick Thrivent Funds Tim White Dominic Zaccone

Robert Dean Discovery World Heidi Dohmen Ford Motor Company Fourintune Green Bay Packers Harley-Davidson Museum Leslie Hauser Greg Hotson Ian’s Pizza Ilana Cymerman Cabrera Indulgence Chocolatiers Carrol Jensen Todd Jodarski Tamar Kasberg Kohler Company Mike And Deb Korneli Michael Kotecki

Joseph Kresl Sr La Estacion Restaurant Ralph La Macchia Ryan Lander Jay Leno Deila Mangold Marcus Hotels And Resorts Marcus Productions Mecum Auctions Meli Bar And Restaurant Gary Messing Derek Morgan Matthew Morrison Roger Morrison Cristina J Neville New Eyes Design Mike O’Krongly Lawrence Olenchek

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RIBBON COLORS THE PISTON AND ROD AWARD

Just as the concept of the mechanical piston and rod has endured time, the cars to which it is awarded are acknowledged for their timelessness, technology, craftsmanship and beauty. The Piston and Rod is presented to cars that are Class winners, Awards of Excellence and Premier awards.

PINK RIBBON

The Pink Ribbon indicates the vehicle owner is participating in the Auto Chic competition for outstanding color coordination or period dress.

BLUE RIBBON

The Blue Ribbon indicates Best in Class.

YELLOW RIBBON

The Yellow Ribbon indicates a vehicle has won a Class Award.

PURPLE RIBBON

The Purple Ribbon indicates a vehicle has won a Premier Award (i.e., Best Interior, Most Original, Best of Show, etc.).

SILVER RIBBON

The Silver Ribbon is placed on each vehicle that is eligible for the Preservation Award.

RED RIBBON

The Red Ribbon is placed on those vehicles that took part in the Motoring Tour on Saturday.

GREEN RIBBON

The Green Ribbon represents Show & Glow Paddock class winners

JUDGES Colin Comer, Chief Judge

Assistant Chief Judges

Bob Budlow Ron Pace

Anthony Stevens

Abe Barnett Paul Burkhardt Tony Gaples Jonathan Klinger

Gino Carini Donald Osborne

Honorary Judges

Phil Berg Andrew Bogusz Larry Boyer Linda Budlow Cana Comer Robert Cornog

Marty D’Amour Jim Del Balso Richard Diercksmeier William Hebal Gregg Hotson Erv Julien

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Ralph LaMacchia Ray Morey Roger Morrison Greg Ornazian Al Pinkowsky John Saccameno

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SCHEDULE & ACTIVITIES

Sunday, August 5 9:00am-11:00am Judging 10:00am-1:00pm People’s Choice Voting for Concours and Paddock 11:30am Hagerty Youth Judging Award Presentation

Jonathan Klinger, Vice President - Public Relations, Hagerty Insurance and Vincent Lyles, President and CEO Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee

2:00pm Class Award Presentation

Presenters Carl Jensen, Co-chair and Colin Comer, Chief Judge with the Charitable Partners of the Milwaukee Concours

3:00pm Premier Award Presentation

Presenters Carl Jensen and Donald Osborne, Guest Judge

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PEOPLE OF THE MASTERPIECE LTD. & THE MILWAUKEE CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE The Masterpiece Ltd. gratefully acknowledges the support of all who contribute to its success.

Officers & Directors

Mike O’Krongly...................................................................................President Bob Budlow.................................................................................Vice President Renee Messing.....................................................................................Treasurer Ronald Pace..........................................................................................Secretary Colin Comer......................................................................................... Director

Event Planning & Administration

Greg Black........................................................................................Motor Tour John Boswell................................................................. Site Layout & Logistics Alan Bloom..................................................................Volunteer Recruitment Peggy Bloom................................................................Volunteer Recruitment Cana Comer................................................................................ Silent Auction David Curro.................................................................Show & Glow Paddock Donna Daufenbach.......................................................................Co-Registrar Peggy David........................................................................... Concours Village Marc DeVries........................................................................... Sound Engineer Brittany DeVries.................................................................................... Finance Leslie Hauser...........................................................................Awards Logistics Carl Jensen............................................................................. Vehicle Selection Carrol Jensen.......................................................................... Vehicle Selection

Concours d’Elegance

Donald Osborne...................................... Special Guest and Honorary Judge Carrol Jensen.............................................................................Event Co-Chair Carl Jensen................................................................................Event Co-Chair

Class Chairmen

Aston Martin Owners Club - Chicago Chapter...................... Aston Martin Jim Clemons - Austin Healey Club of WI................ Cars of Donald Healey Tom Edfors............................................................................................. Bicycles Shane Thekan..................................................................................Muscle Cars

Carl Jensen............................................................................................ Director Ralph LaMacchia.................................................................................. Director Jim Wallner............................................................................................ Director Paul Westphal........................................................................................ Director Karl Wuesthoff...................................................................................... Director

Bev Jurkowski..........................................................................Public Relations Erv Meier........................................................................................Co-Registrar Gary Messing.......................................................Development & Operations Renee Messing........................................... Style & Speed Social and Finance Patti O’Krongly.........................................................................Chief Tabulator David Pickens...............................................................................Environment Jay Schiek.................................................................. VIP Tent & Food Service Karl Schulz................................................................... Site Layout & Logistics Bob Shellman.............................................................................Transportation Bill Tess...........................................................................................Merchandise Maria Tess.......................................................................................Merchandise Paul Westphal.............................................................................. Youth Judging Karl Wuesthoff..................................................... Procurement & Operations

Colin Comer....................................................................................Chief Judge Michael Fish...................................................................Master of Ceremonies

Bridget Poetzl..................................................................................Motorcycles Doug Schelinger and Ted Zamjahn.................................................Race Cars Tom Spiegel - Porsche 356 Club.......................................................... Porsche

Friends of the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance Bruce Tammi, Attorney Canopies City of Milwaukee Cynthia Qualich Hilton Milwaukee City Center Hotel Jim Plymale, Official Artist Jim Tolkan, ADAMM

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DONALD OSBORNE Celebrity Judge for the 2018 Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance Noted appraiser and television personality Mr. Donald Osborne has announced he will again be returning to Milwaukee to join the 2018 Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance as an honored guest and a member of the Concours Judging Team. Osborne shares his considerable knowledge and experience with millions of viewers in his regular feature “Assess & Caress with Donald Osborne” on the CNBC Primetime show “Jay Leno’s Garage,” where he discusses collector car values and trends. As an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) of the American Society of Appraisers, Osborne is the Principal of his company Automotive Valuation Services. His expertise in the inspection, evaluation, valuation, purchase and sale of vintage Italian, French, German, British and American cars have been recognized by leading collectors, institutions and organizations in the U.S., U.K. and Europe. Osborne is a contributing editor and auction analyst for Sports Car Market magazine and has written for many publications including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Business Week Online, Hagerty, and Road & Track magazines. Osborne is also the author of the book

“Stile Transatlantico / Transatlantic Style: A Romance of Chrome and Fins” which details the story of the creative exchange between Italy and America in mid-century automotive design. All of this means Osborne travels extensively in the U.S. and Europe, attending major events, rallies and auctions. He has appeared as co-host of the nationally broadcast TV show “What’s My Car Worth” and has judged at major concours events including Amelia Island, and many others but maintains that “Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance have by far become one of my favorite stops. The history, architecture, the people, and the show full of true enthusiasts who really connect with their cars are all just fantastic.” Chief Judge Colin Comer said, “I am thrilled to have my longtime friend Donald return to the Concours again as a Celebrity Judge. Beyond being one of my favorite people, Donald’s encyclopedic knowledge of collector cars is second to none, as is his enthusiasm for our hobby. But it is Donald’s love of cars and car people that really sets him apart, and that is what I am most excited to share with everybody who attends the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance this August. Donald is the quintessential car guy and this is a rare opportunity to not only meet him but also see hundreds of incredible cars along Milwaukee’s stunning lakefront.” Osborne will participate in the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance Motor Tour in the morning on Saturday, Aug. 4, departing from Veterans Park. On Saturday afternoon he will participate in the Hagerty Classic Cars seminar. Saturday evening, Aug. 4, Osborne will attend the Style & Speed Social on Saturday evening at the Milwaukee Club, 706 N. Jefferson St. This event is open to the public and tickets can be purchased at MilwaukeeConcours. com. Osborne will be mingling with our guests, sharing his knowledge, and enjoying a delightful evening of good conversation, food and beverages. The next day brings both the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance and the Show & Glow Paddock, both held on Sunday, Aug. 5, 10 a.m., to 4 p.m., in Veterans Park on Milwaukee’s Lakefront. For more information, visit MilwaukeeConcours.com.

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WHAT IS A CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE? Some may not be familiar with the term concours d’Elegance. The correct pronunciation is “concour day ela-gahnce” or “concour” – no s -- for short. Fancy term that is appropriate for fancy cars that are judged for a number of attributes including originality, restoration quality (if restored), provenance, historical significance, rarity and more. Think “art on wheels.” Owners of cars built before 1975 may apply to have their vehicle in the competition. Their application is reviewed by a committee headed by Concours Chair Carrol Jensen. To fill out the field, the Concours Chair seeks vehicles that are among the best representatives of the event’s theme for the year. In 2018, the theme is “premier luxury,” a focus on high-end luxury vehicles dating back to the teen years through 1975. Special feature classes include Aston Martin, The Cars of Donald Healey, Mustangs, and All Things Two Wheeled, featuring vintage motorcycles, scooters and high-wheel bicycles along with our attention to Ferrari, muscle cars, antiques and more. The vehicles in the competition are grouped into classes of similar features or attributes. For example, the Porsche class will have only Porsches in it for the judges to review. Muscle cars may include those made by several different manufacturers. Pre- and post-war classes will include several marques. A large contingent of judges are secured to inspect the vehicles in the various classes. They will select a best in class vehicle as well as up to two awards of excellence for the runners-up in each class. All class award winners are then judged to select a Best in Show winner. Depending on the number of entrants and the uniqueness of the show field, more than one Best in Show may be awarded. For example, in 2017, a Best of Show/Elegance ribbon and trophy went to a 1929 Duesenberg J-184 Convertible Coupe, owned by Greg Ornazian, Troy, Michigan, and a Best of Show/Sport was won by a

1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300, owned by Brian Brunkhorst of Scottsdale, Arizona. A special Chasing Classic Cars Award, presented by Celebrity Judge Wayne Carini, went to a 1966 Shelby Cobra, owned by Brad and Lisa Tank of Winnetka, Illinois. In 2018, Donald Osborne of Jay Leno’s Chasing Classic Cars TV series will serve as Celebrity Judge and will make his selection for a special award. At 2 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 5, the class awards and other special awards will be announced. Spectators will gather near the dais to watch the parade of vehicles come up for the awards. At approximately 3 p.m. the prestige awards will be given out. These will include Best Interior, Best Original, Best Pre-War, Best PostWar, People’s Choice and the Best in Show, among other awards. Youth judges from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee will also participate as judges, guided by an adult with judging experience, and will select their favorite vehicle. In the 2016 Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance, the youth selected a 1958 Dodge Custom Royal convertible, owned by Larry and Bonnie Swedal, Elk River, Minnesota. In 2017, a 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach Roadster, owned by Hank Bernbaum, Lake Forest, Illinois, caught their eye. Spectators are welcome to observe the judges in action at the 2018 Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance. Judging will begin at approximately 10 a.m. in Veterans Park.

BEST OF SHOW 2017 Best of Show - elegance

1929 Duesenberg J-184 Convertible Coupe Greg Ornazian — Troy, MI

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ANTIQUES 1928 Ford 76A Roadster Pickup Truck Engine: Inline 4, 200 cu. in. Bill and Karen Dickinson — Milwaukee, WI

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Body color was dark green. Repainted Ford B-4 Chestnut (metallic burgundy). Grandfather bought it new from a forward-thinking blacksmith and remains in the family. Technically it is not a true Model A. The production date of October 28 makes it an “A,R” (designated as such by M.A R.C.A.). ARs typically are a blend of Model T and Model A parts. Dickinson bought it from grandfather for “all the money he had,” at age 14-- 5 cents. This truck served as our dating vehicle all through high school years.

1926 Star 4M Touring Car

Engine: 4 cyl. Dr. Brian and Becky Hinrichs — Watseka, IL

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All numbers match, all parts and colors are original. Part of the Durant family, and currently in the Durant Registry, the Star was a sporty, yet economical car for the 1920s. The Star was an assembled car and was created to compete with Ford’s Model T. The star featured a three-speed transmission, a Continental four-cylinder motor, and open air motoring with the fixed top touring car model. This car has not been out of barn or shown in the last 50 years, other than for refreshing and for some light restoration.

1929 Buick 29-57 129 Series 5 Passenger 4-door Sedan Engine: 309-cu. in. inline Master Six Bob and Kathy Lindsten — Elkhorn, WI

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This car has been restored to original specifications using the original engine, transmission and running gear. The exterior and interior color combinations are the same as when built. 1929 was the Silver anniversary for Buick. This top of the line model was built on a completely redesigned 129-in. wheelbase. The new “bulge” body offered more head room and wider more comfortable seats. This car was optioned with rare wooden artillery wheels. Non-glare windshields, adjustable front seats, dual electric windshield wipers and side cowl ventilators were offered as standard equipment for the first time. The cost new was $1,935. Only 5,175 were produced, 11 are known to exist.

1929 Ford Model A Tudor Engine: 4 cyl. 24 hp Dwain Plymale — Rockford, IL

This car was purchased in 1968 and was placed in storage until 2000 when restoration was started. The restoration was completed in 2005 by the owner. This is a strong touring car having gone from Rockford IL to Grand Rapids MI, traveling 600 miles, even with the ferry ride across the lake. In 2008, it went 2500 miles to Dallas TX and in 2011 it went to Portland OR for another 4,223 miles. Its last tour was in 2015, traveling 2,486 miles to Loveland CO.

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ANTIQUES 1930 Ford Model A Four-Door Briggs body Engine: 4 cyl. 20 cu. in. Jan-Michael Wyckoff — Sycamore IL

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The car was a full nuts and bolts restoration over a 25 year period to full original condition exactly as it left the factory. It is one of only two body style Model As that were advertised as chauffeur driven. Awards include 2015 MARC Henry Ford Award, 2015 Geneva Concours d’Elegance - Carl Benz Award, 2016 MARC Master Restorer Award, 2017 AACA Ist Junior, Senior and National.

1949 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe Engine: 331.1 cu.in V8, 160 hp Rick Blaha — New Berlin. WI

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The car retains its original drivetrain. Formerly, it was part of the Neil DeAtely (Scottsdale) collection. Awards include 2000 Cadillac LaSalle Club (Rhode Island) 1st place, AACA Certificate Senior Badge #350 in 2000.

1940 LaSalle Series 52 Torpedo Four-Door Sedan Engine: V8 Tom and Jean Roche — Naperville, IL

LaSalle was created in 1927 to bridge the gap between the Cadillac $3,195 and the Buick $1,925 prices. Harley Earl revolutionized the industry with the importance of style. 1940 LaSalle series 52 Torpedo was the last year it was built. It was noted for outstanding body design, 45-degree sloping windshield, curved rear window and turn signals as standard equipment. Awards include Cadillac-LaSalle Club 1st place, Junior/AACA 1st place.

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ASTON MARTIN 1953 Aston Martin DB2 Drop-head Coupe Engine: Straight 6, 157.5 cu in., 2580 cc James F Causey — Philo, IL

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This car has the original engine number/stamped and the original transmission. It was painted the original color when it restored in 1994. It was bought new by my mother as a 40th birthday present to herself. One of 78 lefthand- drive drop-head coupes exported from England. Awards: Best of Show/ Road America, various Aston Martin concours.

1957 Aston Martin DB MkIII Saloon Tickford Engine: Straight 6 DOHC, 2.9 Litre Peter Conover and Kristi Sloniger — Oak Park, IL

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The last and most refined of the so-called “Feltham” Aston Martins, 551 DB Mk IIIs were produced from 1957-59. These cars were the first Aston Martin production cars to use the now iconic grille. The basic shape, borrowed from the DB3 racecar, is still used on Astons produced today. It is one of the first production cars that featured the now commonplace hatchback design, as well as fold down rear seats. Awards include 2011 Road & Track Magazine Concours d’Elegance, Sports Cars Reserve Award.

1964 Aston Martin DB5 Saloon Engine: Straight 6, 4-litre Tom Gould — Mequon, WI

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This car has its original engine and transmission. This Aston Martin is not equipped with any of the James Bond weapon system, however a passenger ejector seat would be very useful for blind dates that don’t work out. Awards: 1997 Elkhart Lake Best in Show, 2003 Elkhart Lake-Most Like to Drive Home.

1934 Aston Martin MKII Tourer by Bertelli Engine: 1.5-litre Dennis M Holloway — Marion IA

The years 1926 to 1937 were the first truly successful years for Aston Martin. Bert Bertelli was the designer and technical director and produced a number of models based on their 1500cc single overhead cam, dry sump engine. This car was one of perhaps a dozen long chassis cars to survive.

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ASTON MARTIN 1952 Aston Martin DB2 Coupe Engine: 2.6 OHV Jeannie Jacobs — Springboro, OH

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The engine of this car has been replaced with the correct vintage, while the transmission and other mechanicals are original. It is one of 307 coupes that were made. The front suspension and tubular space frame concept were very advanced and exotic in 1950. W.V. Bentley designed dual OHV and camshafts; hemispherical heads and pistons. Awards: 14 hours at SPA in 1948-Best in class; 2017 Daytona British Car Days-1st place.

1959 Aston Martin DB2 2/4 Coupe Engine: In-line 6 Stéphane Rambaud — Chicago, IL

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The car went through a six- year renovation. All parts are original, and the interior is skinned with correct and original AM color leather hides. The car was repainted in its original moonbeam grey. The 4-speed manual was replaced by a 5-speed Tremic for increased driving enjoyment. It is original, correct, and has matching numbers. It also is the last Bentley-designed Lagonda 3L/Inline 6 with 180hp, 2 double carbs, dual exhaust, independent front suspensions, hydraulic front brakes/rear drum. There were 551 DB MKIIIs built between 1957-59, 462 of which were coupés. Very few of these hand made cars made it to the U.S.

1979 Aston Martin AMV8 Convertible Engine: V8- 5.3-litre Stéphane Rambaud — Chicago, IL

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The car is original and has its original Lagonda engine and manual transmission. It has had three owners. It has been upgraded to Prince of Wales (POW) specs; front and rear valances and late style hubs with 16-in. Ronal wheel, Harvey Bailey handling kit, factory stainless steel sport exhaust. Aston Martin V8s are rare and not as well-known as the DB5s and 6s. This model appeared in two Bond movies in the ‘70s.

1958 Aston Martin DB MKIIIA Saloon Tickford Engine: 2922 cc Allan Thom — Burr Ridge, IL

This car has 100% original matching numbers engine, transmission, differential, interior and original paint. This car is an outstanding long time California car that has covered 48,000 miles from new and remained under the care of its first owner until 2009. Highly original, it is a lovely black plate time capsule, having spent its entire life in SoCal. Highly regarded award-winning Aston Martin specialist Kevin Kay noted that this care is extraordinarily correct, describing it as “the template with which any DB2 series Aston should be compared for an authentic restoration”.

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BICYCLES The Bicycle Led the Way By Thomas Edfors, Wisconsin Wheelmen State Captain

While it is safe to assume the automobile would have come along on its own, its development would most likely have taken much longer if it were not for the bicycle. The high wheel bike, 1876 - 1891, and pneumatic safeties circa 1890s had a direct influence on the soon to be developed automobile. The bicycle provided the first true form of independent transportation. Traveling by horse and buggy was slow and time consuming. Trains ran on schedules which may not match an individual’s. But with a bicycle, one could travel as one wished. Thus, the kernel of the desire to travel at will was sown and was important to the future demand for automobiles. With this desire to travel came another factor that would benefit the automobile: good roads. The League of American Wheelmen, local bicycle clubs and individual cyclists demanded better roads and with the Good Roads movement, accomplished significant improvements. But what really assisted in the automobile’s development was the technical aspects of bicycles. Thousands were built every year which required the development of mass production. The improvement of metallurgy with lighter and stronger materials, tubular frames, the demand for rubber tires (hard and pneumatic), and even the demand for nickel plating all were of utmost importance in the coming of the automobile. Other developments include chain-drive, drum brakes, rack and pinion steering and differentials.

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Important automotive industry giants cut their teeth on the bicycle such as Barney Oldfield, Albert Champion, the Dodge Brothers, George Pierce and hundreds others.

1890 Victory 54-in. High Wheel

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Features original 1890s oil lantern hanging from the front hub and an original 1890s bell attached to the frame.

1886 Singer Apollo Ordinary Jim and Cheryl Nicholson — Sheboygan Falls, WI

This is one of the highest quality English Ordinary made. It was made by the Singer Company of Coventry England who subsequently made Singer automobiles.

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BICYCLES 1902 Pierce Men’s Chainless

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Jeff and Sharon Powell — Melrose Park, IL

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This Pierce bicycle has a gear-driven shaft drive to the rear wheel (chainless), front suspension by leaf springs, rear suspension by coil spring, optional rear wheel coaster brake, adjustable handle bars and British-made carbide lamp. Award: Pierce Arrow Society at the Gilmore Museum, Hickory Corners, MI, Heritage Award.

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This bike has a gear driven shaft drive to rear wheel (chainless) and front suspension by leaf springs, rear suspension by coil spring, optional rear wheel coaster brakes and a Pierce-made “matchless” oil lamp. Award: National Classic Bicycle meet, Ann Arbor, MI 1st place.

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The velocipede, made of steel and wood and mostly un-spring, quickly gained the nickname of “boneshaker.” They were produced in some quantity by companies but also one-offs by village blacksmiths or buggy makers. This example, of unknown make, is from the 1860s. It appears to be original, retaining most of its original plaint and the carpet in the saddle.

1887 Gormully & Jeffery American Champion

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Thomas Edfors — Lake Mills, WI

This unrestored as found G & J represents a later high- heel bicycle. Gormully & Jeffery Co. also manufactured tires and became part of the U.S. Rubber Company. From 1897-1900 G & J made Rambler autos in Chicago, moving to Kenosha, WI to continue production until 1913. In 1914, a new car, the Jeffery, was manufactured at the Kenosha plant.

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Known as a hard-tired safety, this Rambler is an example of a restored ladies bike. The screen is a skirt guard to keep the skirt away from the spokes. It is well spring with the brakes on the front wheel. One could buy a “safety” bike or an “ordinary” bicycle, the high-wheel. Thus, high-wheel bikes were nicknamed “ordinary.”

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This restored Victor was built by the Overman Wheel Co. in Massachusetts. It has a hollow backbone, wheel rims and handlebars, and also has cross spokes allowing for a light, strong bicycle. Overman built a steam car, also called the Victor from 1899-1903. Harry Knox helped build the first cars for Overman and went on to build the Knox automobile from 1900-1914.

1879 Bayliss Thomas Excelsior Thomas Edfors — Lake Mills, WI

This is a mostly preserved original, built in Birmingham, England. This is a typical early European bike with spoke adjustment nuts in the hub, an open “head” leather pan saddle on a leaf spring and rather narrow handlebars. The Bayliss Thomas & Co. went on to build the Excelsior motorcycle as well as the Bayliss-Thomas automobile.

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CARS OF DONALD HEALEY “Healey”, as a stand-alone word, any motoring enthusiast knows that it describes a sporting machine. Rally driver, land speed holder and car builder, Donald Healey produced a variety of sports and racing cars from 1946 through the 1970s. Regardless if they were joint ventures like Nash-Healey, America’s first post war sports car, or Austin-Healey, one only needs to say, “Healey”. The cars of Donald Healey could be purchased as road going sports cars, or be serious race contenders. Their competition record covered a wide spectrum including rallies, road courses like Le Mans, Sebring, Nassau or Goodwood, and the most unexpected of all, Bonneville. It was on the salt flats that Donald Healey himself broke a production car record in an Austin-Healey 100 at 142.6 mph in 1953. Even more amazing, the following year an Austin-Healey streamliner special hit 192.6 mph!

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Although Donald Healey only built sports cars, certainly not every buyer of a Healey headed for competition. But probably every buyer was drawn to their style. Healey cars have a look about them that makes your turn your head with a certain attraction as you walk by. This may be why they became so popular with celebrities such as Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Clint Eastwood, Stirling Moss and Steve McQueen. They were immortalized in an endless list of movies and even today, their timeless styling keeps them the subject of fashion photography with such brands as Ralph Lauren or Frederique Constant watches and every product from men’s cologne to ladies hair styles.

1956 Austin Healey 100M BNZ Roadster Engine: 2660 cc Don and Ginny Curtes — Menomonee Falls, WI

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The dual V6 maintenance type batteries were replaced with one 12V maintenance-free battery. The color of this car was changed to period correct color of Healey Blue. There are fewer than 200M factory-modified cars worldwide. Finding an authentic car to restore involved locating a candidate and then proving to 100M Worldwide Registry that the car was truly one of the 640 built in 1955/56. It is a genuine and is currently registered as car #FC190 on the 100Registry.com.

1950 Healey Silverstone Roadster Engine: 4 cyl/2500 cc twin underhead camshaft Kathryn and David Hans — Barrington, IL

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E91 is one of 105 Healey Silverstones produced between September 1949 and September 1950. It is the type of car often referred to as a sports racer, in that it could be driven to the races, raced and then driven home. The current owners have owned this car for 46 years. This car has won numerous awards including 2006/Meadowbrook Blue Ribbon, 2007/Keeneland/Best in Class, 2008/Ault Park/Best in Class, 2010/Milwaukee Masterpiece/Best in Class, 2011/Geneva Concours/Benz Award, 2015/St Johns Concours of the America/Class Winner.

1963 Austin Healey BJ7 Roadster Engine: 2918 cc Dennis M Holloway — Marion, IA

Only a handful of lightweight big Healey race cars were built by Donald Healey and Roger Menadue at the competition department at Warwick. These cars were highly modified from stock. This example was one of three built for Sebring in 1963 and finished 12th overall, driven by Bob Olthoff and Ronnie Bucknam.

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CARS OF DONALD HEALEY 1965 Austin Healey 3000 BJB Engine: V6 Rick and Marilyn Mechanic — Saukville WI

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This car was restored in 1992 by Fourintune in Cedarburg, WI

1960 Austin Healey Sprite Bugeye Engine: 948 cc Stephen Myers — Ames, IA

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This car has its original engine and smooth-case transmission and is painted in the correct Iris Blue with Ivory White hardtop. This car retains its original rubber flooring, which is not reproduced, now seen on only a handful of Sprites around the country. The car is restored to original condition and has the optional equipment of the correct wire wheels, disc brakes, front sway bar and factory BMC hardtop. Called the “bugeye” or “frogeye” in the UK, the Sprite was designed by the Donald Healey Motor Company and produced by MG. This car is a previous Austin Healey Club of America award winner.

1962 Austin Healey 3000 MKII BT7 Roadster Engine: 2639 cc John and Sandi Seaman — Sheboygan Falls, WI

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This car features original exterior and interior colors, adjustable steering wheel and heater. The Austin Healey 3000 MKII was sold by Healey Motor Cars and manufactured at the British Motor Corporation Abington Works in England. This model is one of 5,095 series BT7 four-seater roadsters made in late 1961/early 1962. The MKII models had three carburetors, since competition regulations allowed a change in size, but not the number fitted to production. The four speed transmission has electrically selected overdrive on 3rd and 4th. This is a self-restoration, using the resources of several local craftsmen.

1956 Austin Healey Factory 100M (Le Mans) Engine: 2660 cc Ken Sierszen — Milwaukee, WI

This car is finished in Club Racer style with bumpers removed and period correct extra large driving lamps installed. It has original numbers matching engine, drive train and is finished in the correct Reno Red and Black paint as delivered from the factory. It is one of 640 confirmed factory-built examples as per the Worldwide 100M Le Mans Registry (car # FC142). Awards: Best-InClass and Best-In-Show 2017 British Car Field Day, Sussex, WI.

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CARS OF DONALD HEALEY continued 1967 Austin Healey 3000 MK III Convertible

Engine: 3000cc Fred Thomas — Brookfield, WI

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This car was the owner’s, purchased in 1972 and successfully campaigned in hill climbs and drag racing. It was restored by Tom Kovacs/Fourintune Restorations.

1958 Austin Healey Sprite Sport Engine: 948 cc William Unger — Johnston, IA

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This car has matching numbers including radiator, engine, body, transmission and differential. It is an early 1958 Sprite that owner bought in July of that year. It predates the October 1958 body change that started with number 4577. It includes original side curtains, original Dunlap tires, windshield, frame, interior door handles, vintage regulator, wiper motor and factory tool kit.

1953 Nash-Healey Pininfarina Roadster Engine: OHV 6 cyl., 253 cu.in.

Jim Rugowski — Appleton, WI

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This is a non-restored car that the owner found 48 years after seeing his first Nash Healey. The current owner purchased it non-running and completed only necessary work to make it a running car. After 15 years of ownership, it is still exciting to drive.

1955 Austin Healey 100M BN1

Engine: Inline 4 cyl., 2.66 ltr Jim and Debbie Keck — Joliet. IL

This car has been preserved and still used for rallys and just going for a drive. Award: 2011 Barrington Concours-Best Preservation.

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1959 Austin Healey 100M BN6 Engine: 6 cyl., 2.6 ltr

Carl and Carrol Jensen — Vernon, WI

This series of Austin-Healey, referred to as a BN6, differed from the previous model with a new intake manifold, six port cylinder head and other modifications increasing performance. This particular car is also fitted with factory overdrive. Possibly the most American British sports car, over 80% of the Austin-Healeys were sold in America. Of those cars, 60 % were sold in California.

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Donald Healey & his “motormen”

Sir Leonard Lord, John Rick, Geoff Healey, Alec Marshall, W. Reid & Roger Menadue

Donald Healey driving the No.1 100 S at Gaydon R.A.F. prior Bonneville records.

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CLASSIC ERA 1929 Invicta A Type High Chassis NLC

Engine: 6 cyl., 4.5-litre, 4429 cc Meadows Ted Delphia — Livonia, MI

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The Invicta Motor Company has a short but proud history, including Donald Healey’s first place finish in a 4.5-litre during the 1931 Monte Carlo Rally for Britain’s first-ever win there. As a marque renowned for its endurance trials and dependability in addition to high performance, this particular car spent most of its first 30 years as transportation in the jungles of West Africa for a British Colonial Administrator. Returning to England in the 1960s , the car was later bought by Ben Delphia, a leading automotive stylist for Chrysler in Europe during the 1970s and then shipped to the U.S. Although the car at one time was a basket case, it was lovingly restored by Mr. Delphia after his retirement, and continues to be a part of the family. Awards: 2004 Eyes On Design: Automotive Design of Exceptional Merit – DaimlerChrysler, 2010 Meadowbrook Concours d’Elegance-1st place in Lion Class L Roaring 20s.

1931 Packard 840 Convertible Coupe Engine: Straight Super Eight, 384 cu.in. Tom Griffith — Verona, WI

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Trimmed in a ‘32 radiator shroud, headlight bar and hood from the factory in order to move out the remaining ‘31’s from inventory, this is one very special Packard Rumble Seat Convertible coupe. Not only does it sport an impressive 384 cu. In. straight 8 Super Eight engine and a 140-in. wheelbase, this particular car has a rear mount spare so as not to distract from the profile lines of the car. An overdrive unit was recently custom made to allow for highway cruising. Only five of the 194 made still remain.

1935 Packard Super Eight 1204 Engine: Straight Eight, 346 cu.in. Gregory and Cheri Haack — Freeport, IL

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There were just over 100 Super Eight Coupe/Roadsters built by Packard in 1935 and only 11 are known to exist today. Of those, only three had the rear spare configuration to better show the elegant body lines. Awards: CCCA 1st Place-Primary, AACA National 1st Jr and Senior, Geneva Concours Benz Award

1939 Packard 1700 2-Door Convertible Coupe Engine: 245 cu.in. Qaisar Manzoor — Germantown, WI

The engine and transmission of this car are original. The carburetor was rebuilt and the car was repainted with the original color. This fabulous Packard, in original condition, is fully accessorized with dual Trippe lights, Cormorant Mascot, bumper and trunk rack. The interior is trimmed with tan cloth and tan carpet and the instructions are stylish and clear. In 1939 the shift level was moved to the column to allow for more front-seat leg room.

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CLASSIC ERA 1936 Cord 810 Cabriolet Engine: 8 cyl., 288 cu in., 125 hp Greg Ornazian — Troy MI

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The car remains original with original engine, transmission and body and is ACD certified. The Cord model 810 Cabriolet was produced for only two years. 1936 models were called 810 and 1937 models were called 812s. Other models were also available but the rarest was the Cabriolet, also known as the “Sportsmen” among hobbyists because it was a two-door, two-seat convertible. Awards: Many 1st places throughout the last 10 years at major U.S. Concours.

1931 Packard 840 Roadster Rollson Engine: Super 8, 384 cu. in. Tom and Donna Tuls — Holland, MI

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This car has the original engine, transmission and colors of paint, pin striping, wheels, etc. This is an all matching numbers car with original build sheet. It was featured in the Classic Car magazine Spring 2016 edition. Awards: 2015 Eye on Design Concours-1st Place and Best Design, 2015 St John Concours1st place Packard class, 2016 Amelia Island Concours-Amelia Award, 2016 Cobble Beach Concours 1st place Packard, 2017 CCCA Grand Classic-100 points, 2017 AACA 1st place.

1939 SS Cars Ltd SS Jaguar Saloon Engine: 2.5 litre OHV Philip and Lupe Taxman — St. Louis, MO

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This SS Car was part of the stable of Buckingham Palace automobiles. This car was purchased by Noel Welsh in 1979 from Sarah Churchill and brought to the U.S. It is believed that this was one of six automobiles given to Winston Churchill so that no one would know exactly which car he was riding in. Awards: Jaguar Clubs of North America National Champion in Class on two occasions, Classic Car Club of America Senior and Premier Car, Grand Prize winner twice at the Horseless Carriage Easter Concours St. Louis.

1930 Packard 733 Convertible Coupe Engine: Straight Eight Albert Bryan — Madison, WI

The 1930 model was delivered in November 1929 according to the firewall tag. The car was bought by me in Lake Forest, IL, in 1950 in running condition but dilapidated. I drove it occasionally during the ‘50s and ‘60s. It was stored in Madison, Rockdale and Eagle River where restorations proceeded. the original standard 8 was overhauled including a vacuum fuel pump. the large style headlights, the ventilation doors in the hood, the spoked wheels and the chosen color were options offered in 1930 by Packard.

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CLASSIC ERA continued 1941 Buick Super #56C Convertible Coupe

Engine: Straight eight 248 cu.in., OHV, 125 hp Jerry and Joan Bodden — Spring Grove, IL

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Restored to original condition, this “barn find” was purchased in 1970; the restoration was completed in 1994. The Super series has 121-in. wheelbase and shares its GM “C” body with the Roadmaster and the Cadillac 62 series. The “Fireball” engine was factory equipped with compound carburetion and two 2-barrel Stromberg carburetors. Also features factory radio and clock, leather interior, the factory rear fender shields and outer bumper guards

1940 Cadillac LaSalle Coupe 5027 Engine: V8-331 cu.in., 120 hp

Duree (Ray) LeClaire — Spring Grove, IL

This 1940 Cadillac LaSalle was the last year produced. The factory turn signals mounted on the top of the headlight fender were specific to this model. The headlights were incorporated into the fender for an Art Deco look. It also came with a Cadillac hot water heater, fog lamps and front grille guard as well as stamped LaSalle rear bumper. The car also retains the original 6-volt electrical system. There were 1,525 coupes produced in 1940 and the sales price was $1,180.

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NEW XF SPORTBRAKE

SPACE IN BACK. EXHILARATION UP FRONT.

Introducing the New Jaguar XF Sportbrake. Built on the distinctive lines of the XF sedan, the XF Sportbrake offers the same refinement with added space and versatility. And with its 3.0-liter, 380-horsepower Supercharged engine, the XF Sportbrake ensures you’ll have the performance to match your lifestyle. MSRP from $70,450† Jaguar Waukesha 1901 E. Moreland Blvd Waukesha, WI 53186 262-970-5900 Jaguarwaukesha.com

Model Shown: 2018 Jaguar XF Sportbrake S with optional black pack. European license plate shown. †All prices shown are Base Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. Excludes $995 destination/handling, tax, title, license, retailer fees, all due at signing, and optional equipment. Retailer price, terms and vehicle availability may vary. *Class is cars sold by luxury automobile brands and claim is based on total package of warranty, maintenance and other coverage programs. For complete details regarding offer shown or Jaguar EliteCare coverage, please visit JAGUARUSA.COM, call 1.855.JAGUARUSA / 1.855.524.8278 or visit your local Jaguar Retailer. © 2017 Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC

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2018 DISCOVERY

WELL-EARNED CONFIDENCE

MSRP FROM $52,300 * FOUR WHEELER, the leading 4x4 authority, has named the Land Rover Discovery† the 2018 SUV of the Year†. With off-road capability, refined on-road performance and luxury amenities, the Discovery offers versatility that no other SUV can claim. Test drive the award-winning Discovery at your local Land Rover Retailer. Land Rover Waukesha 1901 E. Moreland Blvd Waukesha, WI 53186 262-970-5900 Landroverwaukesha.com Model Shown: 2018 Discovery HSE Luxury. †The 2017 Discovery HSE Luxury Si6 was awarded the title of 2018 FOUR WHEELER SUV of the Year by the editors of FOUR WHEELER Magazine. For additional information on the FOUR WHEELER SUV of the Year Award, visit www.fourwheeler.com. *Price shown is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price for the 2018 Land River Discovery. Supplies are limited. Excludes $995 destination/handling charge, tax, title, license, and retailer fees, all due at signing, and optional equipment. Retailer price, terms and vehicle availability may vary. See your participating Land Rover Retailer for complete details, or call (800) FIND-4WD. © 2018 Jaguar Land Rover North America, LLC

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Engine: 164 cu. in., air-cooled and turbo charged Donald and Mimi Chudnow — Mequon, WI

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This car has the original engine, transmission, interior and exterior color. All of the options are original to the car. Only 585 Corvair Corsa convertibles were produced with the turbo-charged engine option. 1966 was the last year for the Corsa model and the last year for the turbo-charged engine option. It was purchased in 1979 in California and driven back to Wisconsin. It is a fully optioned car car with many rare accessories including electric top, luggage rack, AM-FM radio, hazard flashers, tissue dispenser, quick ratio steering, telescopic simulated wood steering wheel. Awards: Numerous including Award of Excellence in its class at the 2015 Masterpiece.

1956 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer D-500, Two-Door Sport Coupe

Engine: 315 cu.in. hemi Frank and Shirri Cirino — Green Lake, WI

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This car had the original color repainted more than 30 years ago. It has the original interior and engine. A very rare car as only 3000 of the D-500 Custom Royal Lancers were built, and only 250+ still exist. The car retains the original interior and trunk.

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Engine: 409 cu. in. Bill Eggener — Franklin, WI

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This car has a period correct 409 engine installed as replacement for the original 409 engine. New interior vinyl has been installed on the seats. It also has new carpet and non-radial tires. The car has been repainted in original Roman Red color.

1962 Ford Thunderbird Roadster Engine: 401 M code Fred Ullius — West Bend, WI

This M code is one of 120 produced and 41 existing on the registry. This car has 76,000 original miles.

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CRUISING AMERICA 1968 Buick Riviera GS Two-Door Coupe Engine: OHV V8, 430 cu.in. James and Pamela Vesely — Verona, WI

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The highly sought-after GS (Gran Sport) model package includes heavy-duty suspension, high-performance positive traction differential, whitewall tires, chrome air cleaner lid and specific ornamentation. Additional factory options include custom strato-bucket seats with head restraints, full-length console, AM-FM stereo radio, air conditioning, radial-ply tires, cornering lamps, tinted glass, four-note horns, power driver’s seat, power windows and chrome plated wheels. Awards: 2017 Eyes On Design Automotive Design Exhibition Design of Distinction.

1963 Ford Galaxie 500 XL Four-Door Hardtop

Engine: 390 cu. in., 300 hp, V8, four-speed John Vetter — North Lake WI

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The car has its original engine, transmission and colors. The interior is original with the exception of the carpet. The Galaxy 500 XL models were the top of the line for Ford in 1963 with bucket seats and console as standard equipment. The XL four-door hardtops were produced only in 1963 and 1964. I purchased this car from the original family in March of 1978 and it is mostly original. This car has a factory installed Borg-Warner T-10 4-speed.

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Engine: 292 cu.in, V8 Mary Meissner — Stuart, FL

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This car was used by Suzanne Somers for her Off Broadway Play “The Blonde in the Thunderbird.” She signed the playbill “Thanks for the T-Bird” and signed the glove box. The car has an original, rare three-speed T85 overdrive transmission. Only 2% of the 1955 models had this option. Most were Ford-OMatic transmission. It was restored in 2000 to original condition. It’s a slice of 1955 with the addition of radial tires.

1963 Studebaker Avanta R1 Two-Door Sport Coupe

Engine: V8-289 cu.in. Richard Sevick — Burlington, WI

The interior is all original except for a factory correct replacement carpet and also a factory correct trunk carpet. The engine and transmission are original and have never been removed from the car. This Avanti is more refreshed than restored. It was delivered to a Studebaker dealership in Hayward, Calif., in September 1962 as it was the 351st car off the assembly line. After eight years there, a fellow from Neenah, WI bought it and never drove it during winter for the next 40 years.

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EUROPEAN SPORTS 1955 Mercedes Benz 300 SL Gull Wing Coupe Engine: 6 cyl OHV James and Dianne Spencer — Fairlight New South Wales, Australia

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Car was inherited by the present owners from her uncle’s estate in 2006. It has undergone a complete nut and bolt restoration since 2009 and was recently completed. This is the first public display of the car and the owner traveled from Australia to join it at this event.

1972 Fiat Dino 2400 Coupe by Bertone Engine: V6 Luis Arisso — Fox Point, WI

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The Fiat Dino was borne out of rare industrial collaboration. With the need to homologate a Formula 2 engine, Ferrari approached Fiat to manufacture a high revving, compact DOHC engine designed by Vittorio Jano and Ferrari’s own son, Alfredo (or, Dino, short for Alfredino). It was used on the Ferrari Dino 206/246, Fiat’s Dino Coupe and Spider and Lancia’s Stratos. While the Coupe was designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, the entirely different spider came from Pininfarina.

1959 MG A Roadster Engine: 4 cyl. Mike and Deb Korneli — West Bend, WI

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Owners purchased the car on their wedding anniversary, which was the same day the car was titled before they bought it. After the restoration, they later realized the purchase was made on the couple’s 25th wedding anniversary. As they said, ownership was “meant to be.”

1971 Ferrari GTB/4 Daytona Coupe Engine: 4,390 cc, 4.4-litre V12 Colombo, 352 hp, 5-speed transaxle Chris LaPorte — Beecher, IL

The 1971 Ferrari 365GTB/4 Daytona Coupe is unofficially known as the Ferrari Daytona. Styled by Pininfarina, it was first introduced in 1968 at the Paris Auto Salon. Just 1,406 Daytonas were built through 1973. Rated at 0-60 mph in 5.4 seconds with top speed of 174mph. Awards: 2012 Mar a Lago Excellence, 2013 Argento award in class Ferrari Club of America International.

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EUROPEAN SPORTS 1961 Jaguar E-Type FHC

Engine: 6 cyl. Randall Lewis — Naperville, IL

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This is a very early FHC, manufactured in December 1961. It has 100% of its original metal and retains most of its original parts. Interior is as close to factory specs as possible and a lot of research went into this car to ensure it looks like it did when it rolled out of the factory in 1961. This car underwent an eight year restoration and has not been shown prior to this event.

1972 Fiat 124 Spider Roadster Pininfarina

Engine: Inline DOHC 4, 1,600 cc Albert and Anthony Longano — Westchester, IL

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This original owner, European-spec vehicle features styling derived from the Ferrari 275 GTS. The engine also has Ferrari roots as it was designed by legendary Ferrari engineer Aurelio Lampredi. Totally rust free and at 85,000 miles is a strong running car that is great fun to drive. Awards: Many 1st place class wins at local car shows, five First in Class awards at Continental Motors’ Italian Car Concours, six First in Class awards at Reina International Auto Italian Car Shows, five First in Class awards and two Best of Show wins at Oak Brook Promenade Italian Car Shows, and two Class wins at the Geneva Concours d’Elegance.

1966 BMW 2000 CS Two-Door Coupe

Engine: 2000 cc, 4 cyl. Robert Prince — Grafton, WI

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Fewer than 10,000 of these models were produced over a six-year run. This car has an electric sunroof and European specs. Awards: 2015 Botham Vineyard/3rd Place Overall, 2015 1st in Class Milwaukee BMW show.

1953 Morgan Plus 4 Roadster

Engine: 2.1 ltr. Robert EAP Ritholz — Highland Park, IL

This is one of only three stock flat-rod (pre 1954) Morgans still being regularly raced at American Vintage Racing Events.

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EUROPEAN SPORTS continued 1961 Triumph TR-3A Engine: 1,991 cc Forrest Shields and Ruth Shields — IL

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This car has the original engine, transmission and exterior color. Owned since new, Mr. Shields drove this car while he was in the Army and through college and courted his wife of 51 year in it. It sat in his garage for 43 years after the fan threw a bolt through the radiator. It then underwent a 15-month restoration from the tires up. Awards: 2015 Geneva Concours/Carl Benz Best Sportcar Award, 2016 Mad Dogs & Englishmen British Car Show/Kalamazoo/1st place, 2017 Lake Bluff Concours d’Elegance St. Joseph MI Judges’ Merit Award, 2017 British Car Festival, Palatine IL, 1st place Best in ClassTR2/3.

1974 Mercedes 450 SL Engine: 8 cyl, 4,520 c, 225 hp, Bosch fuel injection Chris Wynstra — WI

This Mercedes has its original motor and a Mercedes-rebuilt transmission from Germany. The colors are original from the doors back, however, the font corner panels have been repainted. Mr. Wynstra is the second owner of this iconic two-door convertible seen throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s movies. If you were somebody, you had one of these sporty convertibles.


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JACK THOMAS COLLECTION Five rare Ferrari America models owned by Jack E. Thomas of St. Louis are sure to attract crowds and admiration at the 2018 Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance. The last time this collection was on public display was at The Quail, Monterey Peninsula, in 2011. The Ferrari America models will be staged for exhibition. They won’t be part of the judged competition but are eligible for the People’s Choice award which is selected by attendees. This is likely the world’s only existing group of every classic America and Superamerica Ferrari model.

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“I’ve always been fascinated with history and art, plus I’m involved with several companies that have strong traditions of innovative engineering. I also like to go fast. These machines are among the ultimate automobiles of their era, exquisite rolling sculptures with fabulous stories behind them. They represent some of the finest examples of postwar custom coachwork, high speed, grand touring vehicles ever produced,” said Thomas.

1952 Ferrari 342 America Pininfarina Cabriolet Engine: 4.1-litre Jack and Debbie Thomas Collection — St. Louis, MO

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This car, a true GT or grand-touring car, exudes elegance. Only six 342s were built in the four months they were made and just two were Pininfarina cabriolets. Compared to the 340 America, the 342 boasted a longer wheelbase and a wider front and rear track. It is powered by a 4.5-liter, V12 engine making 200 hp. This car was displayed at the 1953 New York International Motor Show.

1956 Ferrari 410 Super America Pininfarina Coupe Engine: 4.9-litre Jack and Debbie Thomas Collection — St. Louis, MO

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This is one of only 34 Superamericas produced. It sports a sharply contrasting white body and black roof. The theme is repeated on the black leather seats with white piping. The 4.9-litre engine was the largest power plant ever placed in a classic GT Ferrari. The all-alloy powerplant featured a single overhead cam, two valves per cylinder and three Weber carburetors. Additional features include 2800 mm wheelbase, independent front suspension with wishbones, coil springs and an anti-roll bar.

1963 Ferrari 400 Super America Pininfarina Coupe Engine: 4.0-litre Jack and Debbie Thomas Collection — St. Louis, MO

This is the first Ferrari Thomas owned. It earned the Platinum award at the 1999 Cavalino Classic in Palm Beach. It features a V12 engine rated at 340 hp. It is the definition of sleek with its pop-up headlamps, smooth nose, long tapered tail, covered rear wheels and sparkling Borrani wire wheels. The 400 Superamerica was an elegantly powerful flagship and the last Ferrari available with custom coachwork. Only 47 were produced.

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JACK THOMAS COLLECTION 1951 Ferrari 340 America Coupe Ghia Engine: 4.1-litre Jack and Debbie Thomas Collection — St. Louis, MO

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Ferrari only produced 23 of these models and this one is believed to be the only alloy-bodied car in the very limited series. It was the first Ferrari road car to have the big Lampredi engine, a V12 listed at 220 hp. The original owner was Michel Paul Cavallier of France who was a close friend of Enzo Ferrari. The car was special ordered for Mr. Cavallier with a tuned engine and competition camshafts. Thomas acquired it in 2001. He raced it at Laguna Seca, Sebring and Moroso.

1955 Ferrari 375 America Pininfarina Coupe Engine: 4.5-litre Jack and Debbie Thomas Collection — St. Louis, MO

This 375 America chassis 0355GT was custom built for Gianni Agnelli, the founder of Fiat in Italy, the first Italian car for the masses. This car exemplifies the collaboration between Ferrari and Pininfarina. The power plant is a 4522 CC V12, with 300 hp at 6,400 rpm and a quoted top speed of 144-155 mph. Twelve 375 Americas were built. Motion Products took two years to restore the vehicle for Thomas. The car won its class in 2003 at Pebble Beach, scoring 100 points, one of only six Ferraris ever to do so at that concours. It has won Best of Show at numerous other concours competitions in the U.S.

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MOTORCYCLES 1947 Indian Chief Engine: 74 cu.in, 42 degrees V twin Wayne Bennin — New Holstein, WI

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This motorcycle has its original engine transmission and color, although all have been rebuilt. This is a completely restored 1947 Indian Chief. When Mr. Bennin found it, it was severely rusted from many years of storage out in the elements. He completely disassembled it finding the original Seafoam Blue color under layers of red and black paint. Over a two-year restoration he completely rebuilt the brakes, engine and transmission; straightened and welded the tanks and fenders, which were all original sheet metal.

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Engine: OHC 350 cc Joe Kemper — Hawthorne Woods, IL

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The KSS models were the street version of the factory race KTTs. KSS 10479 left the factory as a street bike and was converted to a club racer in the early ‘50s and is registered as such in the club registry. It has been confirmed that when the conversion from street to race was made, factory parts were used for the conversion. This bike was brought to the U.S. 32 years ago. Awards: 2017 1st In Class-National Motorcycle Museum Vintage.

1938 Harley Davidson El Knucklehead

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Engine: 62 cu. in. Willie Kiefert — West Bend, WI

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This Harley has its original engine, transmission and colors.

1946 Harley Davidson Servi Car Engine: 45 cu. in. Erik Lund — Menomonee Falls, WI

The Servi-car was commonly used for police work as well as for garage and retail locations as a service vehicle. In 1946, only 1,444 servi-cars were produced, and the original retail price was $594.

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Engine: 45 cu.in. Erik Lund — Menomonee Falls, WI

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The engine and transmission are original. This model’s production number was 3,338 with an original sales price was $490. Found in a barn in Illinois, it has been restored to the original color. New features for 1947 include a new shift pattern, new instrument panel and the tombstone taillight.

1908 Federation Nationale d’Armes de Guerre (FN) Engine: 4 cyl. Edson and Anne McCord — Burlington, WI

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The FN is the world’s first successful four-cylinder motorcycle. With its fully enclosed shaft drive, heavy duty frame and sophisticated front suspension, the FN offered its owner much more than the typical single cylinder, belt drive, motorized bicycle that represented the typical competitor. This particular example was owned by Robin Suckley of Rhinebeck, NY, and was used as payment for repair work done on a tractor. Restoration started in 1971 and continued sporadically until 2012 when serious work commenced. Interesting historic note: Robin’s sister, Dasiy Suckley, was the cousin, confidante and mistress of President F.D. Roosevelt.

1974 Harley Davidson XLCH Sportster

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Engine: V Twin 1,000 cc Steve Peters — Milwaukee, WI

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The 1974 XLCH Sportster was modified to resemble a motorcycle from the 1940s. Many added or changed parts were used to achieve the 1940’s look and feel including the high headlights, wide handlebars, solo seat, skirted front fenders and longer rear fender with retro taillight. The trailer was built on a bicycle trailer frame with the box and fenders made from wood. Awards: 20092011 1st place-Vintage Motorcycle/MDA Car Show.

1960 Harley Davidson Topper

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Engine: 165 cc, 2 stroke, 1 cyl., automatic transmission Bridget Poetzl — Germantown, WI

This was the first year that Harley introduced a scooter. Only 3,801 of these were produced and the original selling price was $430.

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MOTORCYCLES continued 1953 Harley Davidson 53 ST

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Engine: 165 cc Don Poetzl — Germantown, WI

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Advertised at achieving 90 miles per gallon, Harley Davidson first introduced this lightweight design to attract new riders in 1948. The 1953 165 is the first year for the 10 cu.in. displacement (165 cc). Total production for 1953 was 4,225 and the original selling price was $405.

1928 Harley Davidson

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Engine: V twin, 6 cyl., 1,000 cc Tim Wiggins — Aurora, IL

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Awards: 2016 Carl Benz Award-Geneva Concours

1942 Harley Davidson

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Engine: V Twin-45 cu.in.

Roger and Sandy Klopenstein — Menomonee Falls, WI

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This motorcycle with its WLA motor number was used by the US Army in WWII. It has been recreated as how it might have looked had a returning GI bought it as war surplus and modified it for his civilian life.

1969 Harley Davidson Servi Car Engine: V Twin-4 cyl.

Larry Bilda — West Allis, WI

This is an original-equipment police special.

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MOTORCYCLES 1940 Indian

Engine: 4 cyl.-77 cu.in. Christopher Bilda — Waterford, WI

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This motorcycle was purchased as a pile of parts 23 years ago and painstakingly brought back to life by Mr. Bilda with attention to detail and original parts to restore as intended.

1965 Centaur FS-4 Centaur Folding Scooter

Engine: Clinton 5 hp E54 Jeremy Kinsey — Lake Geneva, WI

This is a rare 1965 Centaur Folding Scooter made by Lombard Industries (American Motor Scooter Corporation) in the 1960s for private pilots, boaters, etc. The scooter folds up into a suitcase-sized carry-on that packed neatly into the luggage compartment of most small aircraft of the day. Mr. Kinsey restored it to its original state. Everything is original except for tires, seat (which was reupholstered) and the hand grips. The logos are all original. Every part was cleaned and restored by hand over a 13-month period.

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MUSCLE CARS 1962 Pontiac Catalina Super Duty Two-Door Hard-Top Coupe Engine: V8-421 cu. in. James Balestrieri — Elkhart Lake, WI

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This is one of 45 Catalina Super Duties produced. It is still wearing its original aluminum hood, fenders, inner fender line and bumpers. It is a prime example of GM’s racing involvement which ended one year later. This car is still powered by the factory 421 cu. in. solid-lifter motor, coupled with a 4-speed transmission and a 4.30 axle.

1969 American Motors AMX Coupe Engine: V8-390 cu. in., 315 hp Jordan and Lanette Brill — Kiel, WI

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The car features its original drive train and color. This car has a Borg Warner 4-speed transmission with a Hurst shifter and 3.54:1 positive traction differential. It also features a go pak and a rally pak. Options include leather seats. Exterior color is Big Bad Green which was introduced mid-year of 1969. This is one of 283 Big Bad Green cars built in 1969. Awards: Senior Level Gold Car with American Motors Owners’ Association, Road and Track- and Nationwide-sponsored concours events, and several local events.

1960 Plymouth Fury Two-Door Convertible Engine: 383 cu. in. 330 hp Cross Ram Randy Guyer — Minnetonka, MN

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This is an original and correct “SonoRamic Commando” with cross-rams and push-button automatic transmission. In 1960 Chrysler introduced unibody construction across the board except for the Imperial. For the performance enthusiast there was the 383 cu. in. V8 available in 305 hp with a single fourbarrel or the SonoRamic Golden Commando 383 with dual quad carburetors on a long-ram intake manifold at 330 hp. By 1960 new styling was on the horizon for Plymouth, and this was the last year for the tall fin look. The top of the line was the Fury as a four-door sedan, a four-door hardtop, a twodoor hardtop or a convertible. A total of 63,073 full-size Plymouth cars were produced in 1960, of which 7,080 were convertibles. The factory price for a Fury convertible was $2,932, with a shipping weight of 3,630. Swivel seats with center fold-down arm rest is an option with Fury.

1969 Dodge A12 Superbee Two-Door Hardtop Engine: 440 Six Pack 4-speed Brent and Jeff Kultgen — Franksville, WI

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In its trademark Hemi Orange paint, this A12 Superbee was sold new at Quality Chrysler in Independence, KS. It was previously owned by PGA golf champion Bruce Lietzke. In 2006 Mr. Lietzke had the paint and body work done by Muscle Car Restorations in Chippewa Falls, WI. He then stored it for 10 years, unassembled. In 2017 the A12 Superbee was sold to the Kultgen brothers who completed the final assembly of the engine, transmission, wiring and interior. This concours is the car’s first.


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MUSCLE CARS 1969 Dodge Charger 500 Engine: V8-426 cu.in. Hemi Daniel Liebrandt — Martinsville, IN

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This Charger features all original sheet metal, numbers-matching engine and transmission. This car is painted the original color, with original stripe color and all original interior. The Charger 500 was designed specifically for NASCAR. They were required to build 500 street units before they could race the body style. Very few of the street examples are still all numbers matching. This car also has its original broadcast sheet, fender tag and original window sticker.

1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler Cale Yarborough Special Engine: 351 cu.in. Windsor Tom Malmquist — Lake Bluff, IL

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This all stock Mercury has its original drive train and body color and is one of 617 Yarborough editions built. Fewer than 50 are known to exist. It was built on January 14, 1969 at the Lorain, OH assembly plant and was sold on June 12, 1969 at Athens Lincoln Mercury in Athens, GA. Awards: 2016 AACA Southeastern Spring Meet -Class 27H Senior winner, 2017 Geneva Concours Show-Benz Trophy Award, McHenry, IL-Green Street Crowd Pleaser winner, Barrington, IL-Ford Mercury Feature Night winner, Carpentersville Car-Show Best of Show.

1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Convertible Engine: V8-440 cu.in. Douglas E Reed — Southampton, NJ

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This Roadrunner with 65,000 original miles has numbers matching engine, transmission and rear axle; original exterior color of B-5 Blue Fire and original interior color XW white with black rug; original color V3X convertible black top. This is one of 34 440 6 bbl Roadrunner convertibles built in 1970 model year (the only year they were built) and only 16 have survived. The current owner bought it new with a $10 deposit and agreed to purchase before a price was listed; it is the second car he ever owned. Daily driver (in snow and ice) for many years. Awards: 2012 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN) with 995 out 1000 points, Gold Certification-Sherman Industries Best of Show, featured as the cover car and article in the July 2013 Mopar Collectors Guide.

1971 Dodge Dart Swinger Engine: 318 cu. in. Jake Rosynek — Mukwonago, WI

This car underwent a four-year restoration that was finished in 2016.

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MUSCLE CARS continued 1970 Plymouth GTX Two-Door Engine: 440 cu.in. Super Commando Paulette Simon — Muskego, WI

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This GTX was only built one year and is 1 of 1 in the registry with bench seats. It features air conditioning and is a numbers-matching car example of Mopar muscle.

1970 Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda

Engine: 340 cu.in. six-barrel Gregory Simon — Muskego, WI

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This ‘Cuda has its original matching-number engine and Rally Red paint color. These cars were built from March 10, 1970, to April 27, 1970, for a total of 2,734; 1,120 were 4-speed and 1,614 were automatic. Car has original fender tags, body number, cowl and radiator support. The owner also has the factory broadcast sheet documenting car. Awards: Wisconsin Mopar Muscle Club 1st and 2nd place.

1967 Buick GS400 Coupe Engine: 400 cu.in. Bob and Bonnie Starzyk — Palos Heights, IL

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This is one of 1,668 Buick GS400 made at the Fremont, CA plant and still has the first year California only smog pump on the motor. It features automatic transmission, bucket seats, vinyl top and disc brakes. Awards: 2017 Certified ‘67 Buick Class of ‘67 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN).

1968 AMX 390 Two-Door

Engine: V8-315 cu.in. Jerry Hollom — Fridley, MN

This car was custom ordered by original/current owner on April 27, 1968, at Grand Rambler in St Paul, MN. While restored in 2014, it has been kept stock for over 50 years and was repainted the original color “rally green,” the only year AMC used this color. It has never seen a MN winter and has 40,995 original miles. The owner still has the build sheet, dealer order form and window sticker that indicates a purchase price of $ 3,911.85. As this is the 50th anniversary of AMX, the vehicle is currently on display at the Kenosha History Center. The AMX was built in Kenosha, WI.

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MUSTANG CAMARO WAR When it was introduced in April 1964, the Mustang had very little competition and was an instant hit. Sales of this small sporty car with 2+2 seating was so strong, every other US manufacturer scrambled to bring their answer to the Mustang to market. While each manufacturer eventually had a strong competitor, it was the war between Ford and Chevrolet’s new Camaro launched for the 1967 model year that was the most intense. Although Mustang outsold Camaro every year for the first decade they competed, Mustang sales took a huge hit with the introduction of the Camaro. These were important sales with the combined volume of both cars at about 700,000 vehicles in 1967. But this was a time of “win on Sunday, sell on Monday” racing and both companies were giving it their all. Simultaneously, the Sports Car Club of America launched the Trans-Am race series in 1966. Originally named the “Trans-American Sedan Championship”, it was developed as a manufacturer’s championship and the battle between these V8 powered sport coupes was legendary. The competition was intense with the top drivers of the day and money poured into it with what appeared to be no limit. During this period of the first generation of these cars, Chevrolet grabbed two championships and the 1970 season ended with Parnelli Jones at Riverside Raceway giving Ford three championships.

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Both models were offered in a variety of packages and options to appeal to a wide range of buyers. With the exception of a short absence of the Camaro, they have continued and are still offered today. Although the Trans-Am series has evolved, it continues as well. But it was the early years of the introduction of these cars, during their first generations, that the war fought the most fiercely.

1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS Two-Door Coupe Engine: 350 cu.in., 295 hp Greg and Becky Gorski — Gurnee, IL

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This first-generation Camaro was assembled in Van Nuys, CA on the first week of October 1967. Rare options include power windows, air conditioning, power steering, Comfortilt steering column, power-assisted front disc brakes, stereo 8-track w/4 speakers, AM/FM radio and folding rear seat. The rarest option, the Vigilite lamp monitoring system was installed in less than 1% of all 1968 Camaros. This is the Gorski’s first concours d’ elegance. The previous owners won 22 awards at local car shows with numerous 1st and 2nd places including October 2016 Top Vehicle at the Wauconda Cruise Night and October 2017 Best In Show.

1969 Ford Mustang Sportsroof Mach 1 Engine: V8-428 cu.in., 8 cyl., 4V Cobra Jet Ram Air Ronan Throndson — Milwaukee, WI

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The car was born on Jan. 20, 1969, in the Ford Metuchen plant as a Mustang two-door fastback and its first owner was a man who owned a national cookie company. Mr. Throndson is the third owner and has owned it since the 1980s, buying it sight unseen after seeing an ad in Hemming’s. Minimal restoration work included re-dying the carpet and replacing the comfort weave vinyl cover on the seats. Awards: 2009 Early Mustangers show 1st place.

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

Engine: 289 cu in V8 Michael McDonald — Mequon, WI

The Ford Mustang was introduced in April 1964 and immediately set sales records that still stand today. One of the most iconic American cars ever produced, it has been in continuous production for over 50 years, a rarity in the automotive world. This car was restored in the 1980’s, has been family owned for over 40 years, and has under 54,000 original miles.

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Engine: 327 cu.in. Kevin and Jerre Schlax — St Francis, WI

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Jerre Schlax, Kevin’s father, bought the car Dec. 28, 1968, from Braeger Chevrolet in Milwaukee. He used it as a daily driver up until 1977. The car remained in his garage for the next 30 years. In 2007, the decision was to restore the car and get it back on the road. The car went through a frame-up restoration retaining all of its original parts, except for fuel lines, brake lines, exhaust, etc. In 2012, the car was refreshed with new paint and vinyl top, retaining the original colors. The car is all numbers matching. The car has been at numerous car shows every year since 2013. It’s enjoyable to display the originality of the car as it looked in 1968. Awards: 2016 and 2017Griffin Chevrolet car show 1st in class; 2016 and 2017 Brew City Corvette club car show trophy.

1968 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport Z28 Engine: V8-302 cu.in. Larry Smith — Metamora, IL

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This car maintains its original transmission, rear end, colors and interior. This Sequoia Green Camaro was built Dec. 30, 1967, and has just 10,575 original miles on the odometer. Mr. Smith has owned the car since August 1968. Awards: Quad City Camaro Show, Rock Island, IL-Best Camaro; Best Road Plaza, Davis, IL-Best of Show Stock; Super Chevy Show, Madison, ILBest in Class; 31st Annual Antique Car Show, St., Charles, MO-1st in class; reinCARnations Summer Festival in Farmington, IL-Best of Show and several others.

1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Fastback Engine: 428 Super Cobra Jet Rick Ullius — Campbellsport, WI

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The 428 R-code (R code=Ram Air) Mustang originally sold at Dahl Automotive in Oshkosh, WI. The owner’s father acquired the car in 1991 and father and son restored it together.

1968 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 Engine: 428 Cobra Jet Tayt Wuethrich — Greenwood, WI

This GT500 is an excellent, preserved car from the Muscle era with numbers matching and plenty of paperwork to authenticate it.

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MUSTANG CAMARO WAR continued 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Fastback Engine: 428 Police Interceptor Bruce and Diane Tauschek — Grafton, WI

This car was built in California and sold at MiloBrook Inc., in Chicago, IL. The Tauschek’s are the 7th and longest owners of the car. This car is one of 410 that were built with this color and trim combination. The car had two color changes before it was restored to its original color in 2003. Mr. Tauschek had the honor of meeting Carroll Shelby at Road America in 1997 when he autographed the dash. EXHIBITION

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Engine: 302 cu. in. Pace Bungalow Collection — Cedarburg, WI

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PORSCHE 1973 Porsche 911T Targa Engine: 2,341 cc-SOHC flat 6-cyl. Ken and Nancy Arlen — Evanston, IL

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This 1973 911 T Targa is a beautifully restored example of the last year for the early long hood/low bumper 911. When introduced in 1964 the 911 was an instant sensation with a 1,991-cc engine and iconic body design. By 1973 the displacement grew to 2,341cc (coined the 2.4-liter SOHC flat 6 cylinder). This Targa (named after the Targa Florio road race in Sicily) has Fuchs forged alloy wheels, the 915 5-speed- transmission derived from the 908 race car, mechanical fuel injection and makes 140 hp at 5,600 rpm.

1964 Porsche 356 C Coupe Engine: 1600 cc Curt Crowell — Green Oaks, IL

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This 356 has its original engine and transmission and was repainted, changing from the original gray exterior and green interior to Bali Blue with gray interior, an available combination at the factory. Purchased in 1982 for $800, the car was close to being junked.

1958 Porsche 356A Speedster

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Engine: 1600 cc Mark Eskuche — Mequon, WI

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This Speedster was found in a field outside of Milwaukee in 1971. It had three bullet holes in the body. It was built into a race car in 1975 and raced through 1986 at Sebring, Road America, Road Atlanta, Moroso and Bahamas. When restored to a street car in 1987 one bullet hole was left in the driver’s door. The original engine was lost while at Delta Motors in LaCrosse, WI when it slid into the Mississippi River. A replacement engine was found, one serial number off from original engine. All trim is original, not reproduction.

1962 Porsche 356 Cabriolet Reutter & Co. Engine: 1600 cc Danny Lecher — Janesville, WI

This 356 has its original engine and transmission. Mr. Lecher purchased it in 2001. It had been previously refreshed in the late 1990s.

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Engine: 1600 cc Howard Yefsky — Lincolnshire, IL

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This 1959 356A represents a classic Porsche silhouette. Produced between 1956 and 1959, the A Coupe falls into what is considered the Golden Age of the 356. This award-winning coupe is painted in the rare period color of Glacier White and was one of four special order colors available for the 356 in 1959. Paired with a green interior, the color combination epitomizes the bygone era.. This car also features a rare look at full GT options that were ordered new from the factory.

1960 Porsche 356B Coupe

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Engine: 1600 cc John and Heidi Dohmen — West Bend, WI

1958 Porsche 356A Speedster Engine: 1600 cc Zero to 60 Garage, Dave Treichel — Sherwood, WI

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Ken Matysik purchased the car in 1962 from Baumgarnter Motors in Milwaukee and drove it 365 days a year while attending MSOE. In 1967 the engine had needed work, so then Ken parked the car. After storing the cars for 50 years Ken decided it was time to get the Speedster properly restored so he called on Dave Treichel and his crew at Zero to 60 Garage in Sherwood, WI.

1959 Porsche 356 Convertible D Engine: 1600 cc Patti Mecum — Fontana WI

This is a very rare speedster body with cabriolet seats and roll up windows. Has not been shown previously.

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PREMIUM LUXURY It goes back long before the automobile: the desire to be transported in luxurious comfort. An early train car, a private cabin on a ship or even a horse drawn carriage, the idea to travel in the ultimate comfort appeals to most, but is only enjoyed by a few. In the early days of motoring in the US, one group of luxury cars known as the three “P”s defined the best in premium luxury. These three different manufacturers were Peerless, Pierce-Arrow and Packard. In fact Packard automobiles were so outstanding, that at one time they dominated with more than 50% of the world’s total luxury car market. Of course one of the most exclusive and expensive of luxury cars of the period was the Duesenberg, of which every one was custom built. Europe had offerings as well with brands like Isotta-Fraschini, Hispano-Suiza and of course Rolls-Royce, a car so whisper quite, models were known as “Ghosts”. It was once said that if you want to get attention when you arrive, then drive a Lamborghini, but if you want to be pampered, then one should arrive in a Rolls-Royce. What makes all these cars luxurious? It is a combination of many attributes working together in harmony. On the road, they are powerful, but quiet. They have a comfortable ride quality and of course luxurious transportation means no interruptions, so reliability is key. Luxurious motorcars also have fine finishes, soft and supple interiors and a general distinction about them. As you look at the cars on display today, you will note some of the early luxury cars had open chauffer compartments. This amplified the statement that you were in class separate from others. You not only were in a luxurious motorcar, but that you had a chauffer so you would not be bothered with the task of driving, and your driver certainly did not mingle with you. These cars were equipped with speakers, (one way of course), to give directions to your driver. To show how times have change, today we view leather as an upgrade to an automotive interior. But in these early days, the chauffer sat on leather. It was cold and durable to wear and weather. The owners relaxed in soft cloth that often was custom embroidered with beautiful and unique designs of their selection. The plush clothes would be accented by wood that looked like the finest furniture. Often this wood made up cabinets for a bar with crystal decanters, or a vanity with beveled mirrors and silver accessories. But don’t think these people had it easy, no, sometimes they had to deal with the cold by using charcoal floor heaters delivered by the chauffer or wear mink lined accessories provided with the car.

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The hard times of the depression stopped this opulence for many, not only because fortunes were lost, but also because individuals who still had money became more subtle about it. But following WWII, when the world recovered, the market for luxury returned. Some of the leaders now were Cadillac and Lincoln from the US, and again, Rolls-Royce was ready for their loyal clients. While styles changed, the luxurious attributes of these spacious transporters remained as they did from the early days of the motorcar.

1953 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 60 Special Four Door Sedan Engine: V8-331 cu.in., 210 hp at 4,150 rpm Mark Bialzik — Wauwatosa, WI

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The Fleetwood Series 60 came standard with the 4-speed Hydra-Matic transmission and hydro-electric windows. It was the first year to feature a onepiece rear window. The V8 was the most powerful production engine built in 1953 and used in racing.

1938 Buick 40 Brewster Town Car Engine: OHV8-248 cu.in. Ron DeWoskin — Fitchburg, WI

This may be the last Brewster ever built and is a 1934 Brewster body mounted by Brewster on a 1938 Buick chassis. Brewster was liquidated in 1938 but continued to modify cars in New York City. This work was done in April 1940.

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PREMIUM LUXURY 1932 Duesenberg J Judkins Victoria Coupe Engine: Straight 8-420 cu.in. Mark Hyman — St Louis, MO

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This is one of just two Duesenberg Model Js to feature this stylish and sporty three-passenger Victoria Coupe coachwork by Judkins. Sold new to MW Loewi of New York, J-354 rides on the sporting short wheelbase chassis and has been painstakingly restored over a 10-year period by marque experts to its unique and striking original colors. Awards: CCCA Senior Badge, 2016 Amelia Island Rolex award.

1955 Cadillac Fleetwood 60S Engine: V8-331 cu.in. Bob and Diane Kielar — Twin Lakes, WI

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The options the Cadillac has are air conditioning, power windows, power steering, power brakes, power seats, 820-15 bias ply tires, and Wonder Bar radio with foot control station selector. Awards: 2015 Cadillac Lasalle Grand National 2nd primary group, 2016 and 2017 Bumper to Bumper 1st best in show, 2017 Art of the Car best in class, 2018 Cadillac Lasalle Club best in class.

1909 Peerless 19 Roi d’Belges 7 Passenger Touring Engine: 4 cyl., T head-410 cu.in. Robert Lederer — South Barrington, IL

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Fortunately, the individual who found this car in the 1950s never got around to restoring it. The next owner intended to restore but never got around to it either. Now this car is treasured for its originality and is being conserved rather than restored.

1935 Rolls Royce Phantom II Sport Saloon by H.J. Milliner Engine: 7.7-ltr inline 6 cyl. Roy Margenau — Grass Lake, MI

85% of the paint remains original and both engine and transmission are original as well as the leather interior. This is one of seven cars built to this design by H.J. Milliner. This car was used by a member of the British Parliament during the second world war. Complete ownership and history of the car is known since new. Awards: 2015 Geneva Concours Best Original.

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PREMIUM LUXURY continued 1929 Cord L29 Sedan Engine: Straight 8-132 hp Jim and Cheryl Nicholson — Sheboygan Falls, WI

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This car has been certified as original by the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg (ACD) Club.

1937 Packard 1508 Town Car Engine: V12- 473.3 cu.in. Carol and Larry Pumphrey — Greensburg. IN

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This is the only town car V-12 Packard made in 1937. All owners back to 1937 are known and the Pumphrey’s are the 9th owners. It was sold new to Celia Carnil in Jenkinstown, PA. This car was in the 1957 CCCA CARavan to Milwaukee. Awards: Best Interior/Ault Park Concour Best Interior, CCCA Premier Award, Geneva Concours Benz award.

1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud 2 Long-Wheel-Base

Engine: V8-6.2-liter Duane Delaney — Elm Grove WI

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Originally delivered to Switzerland, this left-hand drive, long-wheel-base car is one of only 299 LWB Silver Cloud 2 cars built. It has never been restored but rather very well maintained. It has been repainted to original color and the leather interior has been refinished.

1967 Lincoln Continental Convertible Engine: OHV V8-462 cu.in. Margaret BeyerJohn and Heidi Dohmen — Wauwatosa, WI

This car is iconic Kennedy-era design with “suicide doors.” This car is completely original and un-restored and originally sold in Hollywood, CA tagged for “studio TV.” Del Beyer purchased it from Wally Rank when it had 9,351 miles on the odometer; today it still has fewer than 10,000 miles on the odometer.

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PREMIUM LUXURY 1967 Lincoln Continental Sedan

Engine: OHV V8-462 cu.in, 340 hp Margaret Beyer — Wauwatosa, WI

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This car was factory ordered and delivery was taken by Roman Paprocki at Community Lincoln-Mercury of Waukesha in December 1966. Purchased by the current owner from Mr. Paprocki in 1997, this 7,8000 mile car has never traveled far from the duplex on the Milwaukee near north side where Mr. Paprocki lived all his life.

1934 Cadillac Sixteen Towne Car Fleetwood

Engine: V16 David Mitchell — Geneseo, IL

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Originally sold by a Cadillac dealer in New York City, the car spent its early life as transport for a diplomat who lived in a village on Long Island called Centre Island, which back in the 1930s was an exclusive area. Mitchell’s friend bought it in 1954 after seeing an ad in Motor Trend magazine. It was advertised for $850; his friend offered $750 and took it home to Rock Island, IL Cadillac confirmed that only two such models were still in existence. Marlene Dietrich owned the other one; that car is now in New Zealand.

1956 Fina Sport Convertible Vignale

Engine: V8-331 cu. in. Tedd and Tina Zamjahn — Greendale,WI

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One of three cars built by Perry Fina; one coupe and two convertibles. Awards: 1956 Philadelphia Autorama Best in Show, 2018 Elegance at Hershey Most Impressive Limited Production Car.

1928 Lincoln 163 B Sport Phaeton

Engine: V8 Jay Quail — Elm Grove WI

For 1928, Leland designed V8 displaced 384.8 cu.in. thanks to an increase in the bore. More than 30 different body styles were available- both factory and custom. This dual-cowl phaeton by Locke & Company is considered one of the more handsome body styles ever installed on a Lincoln chassis. Locke also designed and built and equally handsome roadster for Lincoln. Locke closed business in 1931.

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Engine: 1703cc Ford Consol / Thames inline 4-cyl. Kettle Moraine Preservation & Restoration Don Ludewig — Hartford, WI

As delivered from the Lovely family in August 2017, the KMPR team tracked down brake shoes, NOS Firestone tires, and installed a new exhaust system. The radiator and carburetor were cleaned and repaired. The body and chassis cleaned, but not repaired. It features original engine and transmission and original color in 1958. The truck was originally purchased by the Fred Armbruster Racing Team in 1958 to transport FARE’s Cooper T51, powered by a Ferrari 625 LM engine, from Kent, WA to the 1960 United States Grand Prix in Riverside, CA for driver Pete Lovely, who finished 11th.

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On the back of the truck for the event will be Don Ludewig’s 1959 Stanguellini Formula Junior that is in a similar time capsule state as the truck, showcasing what the truck was used for in its lifetime.

1953 Studebaker Commander Coupe Two-Door Engine: V8-182 cu.in. Don and Kyle Shelton — Burlington, WI

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Of note, the Studebaker Commander established a world speed record in F/ GCC Class on Sept. 25, 1997, at a two way average speed of 128.374 mph.

1972 Dodge Charger Two-Door Engine: 426 cu.in. Hemi Milton and Pam Wood — Chelsea, MI

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This was Bob Brevak’s first race car that he raced on the USAC circuit from 1972 to 1978. The car was built in Wausau, WI by Bemco Engineering and was raced at the Milwaukee Mile.

1957 Chevrolet 210 Two-Door

Engine: V8-283 hp Jim Balestrieri — Elkhart Lake, WI

This lightweight car was designed for racing and fewer than 20 of these were built. It has a close ratio, three-speed (Chevrolet did not offer a 4-speed at the time), two 4 barrel carburetors and a 4:11 rear end for a fast drag race from the stop light.

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RACE CARS 1961 Ford Starliner Two-Door Hardtop

Engine: 390 cu.in., 375 hp Richard and Mary Rea — Carthage WI

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This is the car Don White drove to a speed of 159.320 mph on the sand at Daytona Beach’s Flying Mile in February 1961. Don White also drove this car in the USAC stock car races on asphalt track during the August 17, 1961. The car also recorded a 10-lap record of 70.527 mph on the one-half mile at Soldier’s Field in Chicago on June 17, 1961.

1965 Huffaker Genie MK10 Engine: Chevy 358 cu. in. Tom Stephani — Crystal Lake IL.

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This Can-Am race car built by Joe Huffaker was originally owned by Dan Blocker, Hoss of TV’s Bonanaza fame. Nicknamed ‘Vinegaroon,’ because of its coloring, the car was campaigned by Nickey Chevrolet racing during the 1965 and 1966 USRRC and 1966 Can-Am inaugural seasons. Driven by John Cannon, it took second in the 1965 Nassau Tourist Trophy race and won the April 1965 USRRC race at Stardust Raceways in Las Vegas. In Can-Am the car finished fifteenth at St. Jovite and eleventh in the season ending Stardust Grand Prix. Tom Stephani, son of the original owner of Nickey, purchased the car in 2003, and has campaigned the car in vintage races nationwide

1965 MGB Engine: 4 cyl, 1845cc Brad Tank — Winnetka IL

British Leyland/Huffaker #10 was driven by Lee Mueller in 1977 and 1978. In both years he finished second in the SCCA D production runoffs. In 1978 his teammate Jon Woodner driving factory car #11 finished 4th. In subsequent years it was campaigned by various drivers again finishing fourth in the national runoffs as late as 1990. Most recent owner Don Dickey oversaw a 2 year rotisserie restoration and began campaigning the car in vintage events.

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CARROL JENSEN Created more than 65 years ago and with a membership of over 4000 members worldwide, the Classic Car Club of America celebrates the world’s finest automobiles from 1915 through through 1948. Born and raised in West Allis, Wis., just across the street from the Milwaukee Mile race track, Carrol has always been enthusiastic about cars, and educating and entertaining others about what can be referred to as “Art On Wheels.” She is excited to be part of this amazing charitable show at the Milwaukee Lakefront and was part of the original team that created this event with the WI Region of the Classic Car Club of America. Carrol is passionate about growing this event as the best Concours in the Midwest.

Carrol Jensen, a retired vice-president from a major health insurance company, had spent seven years on the Classic Car Club National Board of Directors before being elected in April of 2018 as the President of the Classic Car Club of America.

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YOUTH JUDGING Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance partners with Hagerty to drive the passion for classics with today’s youth

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Fifteen boys and girls, ages 10 -12, from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee will serve as Youth Judges for the 2018 Milwaukee Concours d’ Elegance, August 5, in Veterans Park. Hagerty’s Youth Programs are designed to grow young people’s interest in the collector vehicle community by offering unique access to the fascinating world of classics. Through exciting activities, educational programs and hands on participation, Hagerty’s Youth Programs have provided more than 6,000 young people with opportunities to learn about classic cars. Through this program, a group of young judges will have the chance to get up close to select world-class Concours cars, meet the owners and learn the basics of judging. Led through the show field by an adult guide, the young judges will learn historical features of select classics and be shown specific details that will help them score each car. Scores are based on a scale of one-to-five in five basic categories including design, interior, electrical, exterior finish, and engine. The Hagerty Youth Judging program is hosted at more than 100 collector vehicle events throughout the United States, Canada, and the U.K. each year. The young judges will begin their work at 11 a.m. with their winning selection announced at noon with a presentation ceremony to the car owner. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the young judges donning blue shirts, red hats and carrying official scorecards. Vincent Lyles, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee noted that the young judges would be selected based on behavior, availability, overall Club participation and interest. “We’re pleased to expand our involvement with the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance through this program and are confident we will have a tough time selecting the best essays,” Lyles said.

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MASTER OF CEREMONIES Michael Fish will serve as a guest master of ceremonies during the 2018 Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance on Aug. 5 in Veterans Park on Milwaukee’s lakefront. Fish is a Wisconsin native, born and raised in Fond du Lac. He has been a meteorologist for more than 15 years and should be familiar to attendees from the Milwaukee area as he interned and then worked at the NBC affiliate in Milwaukee, Today’s TMJ4. He is currently the morning meteorologist at TMJ4’s sister company NBC26 in Green Bay. “We are excited to have Fish be part of our festivities,” said Mike O’Krongly, president-The Masterpiece Ltd. “In addition to being a meteorologist on NBC26 in Green Bay, Fish is also a car guy and has been a frequent attendee at our event.”

Fish will be providing commentary during the event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. He will also participate in the awards presentations which will begin at 2 p.m. with class awards as well as the premier awards, which will be presented at 3 p.m. Fish will join Guest Celebrity Judge Donald Osborne and Concours Co-Chair Carl Jensen on the podium as vehicles are brought up to receive awards. Learn more about the 2018 Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance at MilwaukeeConcours.com. The Masterpiece Ltd., host of the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance, is organized and operated exclusively to support other public charities including but not limited to those operating in southeastern Wisconsin which provide medical and social service care and relief to underprivileged children and families through various motor vehicle-related fundraising events.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST Persistence paid off for artist Jim Plymale of Milwaukee who created the artwork for the cover of the 2018 Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance program. Plymale, who describes himself as a “car nut,” has regularly attended the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance. A couple of years ago he noticed that the concours program, which describes the vehicles that are entered in the judged competition, featured original artwork to convey the year’s theme. “Oh, I’d like to do that,” he said at the time. “I inquired if local artists could apply for the assignment,” he said. The first year he asked he was told that an artist had already been selected for the following year. A year later, he asked again and received the same answer, but was told to inquire immediately after the next year’s event closed. That did the trick. Plymale submitted four sketches, each depicting classic cars that exemplify the 2018 theme of “elegance and luxury.” His sketch featuring a 1930s-era Rolls-Royce and a Ruxton in Veterans Park with the Calatrava in the background captured the interest of the board. “Jim’s sketches were right on the mark,” said Mike O’Krongly, president – The Masterpiece Ltd. “His interpretation of our 2018 theme immediately jumps out at you. Plymale, a native of Grand Island, Neb., moved with his family to Rockford when he was in grade school. After high school, he attended Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, graduating in 1966. He returned to Rockford where he worked before moving to Milwaukee in 1987. In his career he has worked in corporate art departments as well as art studios and as a freelance artist and illustrator. Much of his work has involved automotive art. “I have a lot of automotive reference material,” Jim said. His works have been on exhibit at Landmarks Gallery in Milwaukee. He is a member of the Wauwatosa Artist Workshop.

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THE REASON WE DO THIS The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee and Meta House have been designated as the 2018 beneficiaries of The Masterpiece Ltd., the non-profit organization that operates the Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance.

The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin supports people with autism spectrum disorders, their families, professionals, and others, by sharing information, supporting research, providing networking opportunities and promoting awareness through education and training. “The Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin is honored to be chosen as one of The Masterpiece Ltd. beneficiaries,” said Executive Director Emily Levine. “As a grass-roots organization that has provided information and support to Milwaukee families for 40 years, we’re thrilled to be affiliated with another longtime Milwaukee organization. Many individuals with autism have mechanical and engineering aptitudes, and this is a great opportunity to help them make connections, as well as raising money to support our mission: improving the lives of all affected by autism,” Levine said. For more information visit www.assew.org. The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee is to inspire and empower all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Known as the oldest and largest youth-serving agency in Milwaukee, the Clubs offer high quality after-school and summer programming for children ages 5-18, focusing on those who have major life obstacles, most often poverty. The Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance celebrates the finest achievements in automobiles and invites a diverse collection

of cars to be the crowning accomplishments in the auto industry. In a similar fashion, Boys & Girls Clubs celebrates the achievements of our community’s young people as we strive to help our kids reach their greatest potential every day,” said Vincent Lyles, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. “On behalf of everyone at Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, we are thrilled to be a partner with The Masterpiece Ltd. for this important and exciting event and we are honored to be a beneficiary.” For more information visit boysgirlsclubs.org. Established in 1963, Meta House ends the generational cycle of addiction by healing women and strengthening families. The agency offers substance abuse for women in three treatment settings: inpatient residential, outpatient day treatment and transitional housing. Meta House offers a comprehensive array of services that help a woman overcome her addiction and empower her to become selfsufficient after she completes treatment. Services include case management, vocational and educational services, child and family services and mental health services. “We are thrilled to be a charity partner for this year’s Milwaukee Concours d’Elegance event. This support allows us to continue providing exceptional, holistic and effective treatment services as women in our community work to reclaim their lives and rebuild their families,” said Valerie Vidal, president and CEO. For more information about Meta House visit metahouse.org.

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