Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

The Most Beautiful Cars From Pebble Beach 2015

The annual Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance gathers the world's wealthiest collectors and most-prized cars. This year, a 1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A won top prize, but it was far from the only stunner there. Here are a few of the others.
The Big Winner!
The Big Winner!

A 1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A won the Best of Show award Sunday at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. It is currently owned by Jim Patterson of Louisville and has had only four owners in its long and distinguished life. 

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Ferrari is King
Ferrari is King

A 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB/C Saglietti Berlinetta. Ferraris were seven of the top 10 high sellers at the weekend's auctions, including a 1964 Ferrari 250 that sold for $17.6 million at the RM Sotheby's auction. 

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What A Scene
What A Scene

The famous "Dawn Patrol" tour starts at 5 a.m. the morning of the show, when die-hards flock to the 18th fairway to get an early look at the cars—and avoid the crowds that form around 10 a.m. This is a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR. 

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Open Wide Please
Open Wide Please

A rare 1953 Abarth 1100 Sport Ghia Coupé. Even obscure cars like this one get lots of attention at the Pebble Beach Concours. 

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Complicated Animal
Complicated Animal

A 1905 Pope-Toledo Type IV Roi des Belges Tonneau. This is one of the earliest cars on view at the Concours. 

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Fly Away, Sail Away
Fly Away, Sail Away

A 1955 Daimler Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing. This is one of the most iconic cars in history, period.

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What A View, Quite A Car
What A View, Quite A Car

A 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 B MM Touring Style Spider Corsa. The car is sitting on the green at the famous Pebble Beach Golf Course. 

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Old And New
Old And New

A 1904 Pope-Toledo Type IV Rear Entrance Tonneau. More than 20,000 enthusiasts attended the Concours show on Sunday. 

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Pop That Trunk
Pop That Trunk

A 1964 Ferrari 250LM Scaglietti Berlinetta, one of the highest-selling Ferrari racing models of all time. 

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White Knight
White Knight

A 1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Gran Sport Touring "Flying Star" Spider. Total attendance for the entire car-week event reached 85,000 attendees. This includes car shows, car pageants, car rallies, and car auctions.

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Art Deco Supreme
Art Deco Supreme

A 1939 Bugatti Type 57C Vanvooren Cabriolet. This is one of the famously grand Bugattis that defined the age.  

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Line 'Em Up
Line 'Em Up

At front, a 1954 Arnolt-Bristol Bertone Bolide Deluxe. The model is part of the festivities, which began six decades ago as a friendly auto race along Pebble Beach's 17 Mile Drive.

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Overhead Look
Overhead Look

Attendees swarm on the Pebble Beach golf course for the climax of car week. Overall, this year's total sales reached $400 million.

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Hello Sunshine
Hello Sunshine

A 1917 Moon 6-45 Roadster. Early attendees to the Concours can see the owners of such old cars actually drive them onto the lawn as the sun rises over the golf course.

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Cherry Picking
Cherry Picking

A Class M-2 Ferrari. It's rarer than both the 250 SWB and LWB models, and nearly as valuable. 

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Royal Ride
Royal Ride

A 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Kellner Torpedo Phaeton. Rolls-Royce hosts one of the premier villas during the event, a million-dollar home overlooking the Pacific Ocean. 

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Speed Racer
Speed Racer

A 1956 Jaguar D Type Sports Racer. Jaguar racing cars are second only to Ferraris in collectibility and prestige. 

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