Classics Dazzle at Dana Point

14,118 reads

Porsche 356s, '34 Voisin C-25 and '67 Corvette take center stage at the California concours.
The Dana Point Concours d'Elegance took place in late June at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort in California and saw some of the most notable cars of recent memory arrive in grand style at the event. Photobucket user jsbearbower was on hand to shoot amazing cars of the 26th annual gathering of Porsche 356 Club, while RachelSpeir arrived to take some terrific snaps of the winner of the coveted Best of Show award: a1934 Voisin C-25 Aerodyne owned by noted art-deco car collector Peter Mullin.
It's A Damn Shame Mitsubishi Killed The Ev... 7 Cars That We'll Be Saying Goodbye To Aft... How To Make Everyday Objects As Cool As Yo...
Voisin was known for their work on airplanes before the first World War and on aero-inspired automobiles after. Its C-25 Aerodyne packed a 3.0-liter inline-six producing a shade over 100 horsepower. Check out the terrific Porsches from the event in the gallery below, along with some other classics that were recognized by the committee, including a 1939 Cadillac 452, a 1956 Lincoln Continental MK II and the prize-winning Corvette from the show, a 1967 model owned by Harry LeKites.