As befits a concours held in a town whose name is synonymous with collectible cars, “The Elegance” at Hershey always attracts some fine automobiles. This year’s event certainly lived up to the high standards of previous years. Our feature photo today shows the graceful, streamlined nose of Tommy Lee’s 1937 Talbot-Lago T150C SS Tear Drop Coupe. It was one of many unique motorcars on the show field photographed by The Old Motor contributor, Matthew Little.
L to R (above) : Bob and Sandy Bahre’s unrestored 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C2900 garnered the “Best of Show” award. One of only five or six ever built, this 1941 Chrysler Thunderbolt could hardly look more different than the Alfa. A 1929 Willys-Knight Roadster (above, right) cuts a dashing figure in two shades of green.
L to R (above) : A very rare 1930 Packard 734 Speedster, an overview of the show field and one of nine revolutionary 1936 Scarabs designed by William B. Stout.
L to R (above) : This enormous 1914 Locomobile Model 38 Berline sports unique aluminum coachwork by Kellner. A distinctive two tone paint scheme contrasts dramatically with the stately shape of this Pierce-Arrow. The coachwork on this 1914 Renault EF Victoria evokes horse drawn days. You can read more about this prestigious event at The Elegance At Hershey, and also learn about the VSCCA sanctioned The Grand Ascent, a hill climb exhibition held on the same weekend.