Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Coach Built Classics at Keeneland

The Coach Built Classics Class at the 14th Annual Keeneland Concours d'Elegance featured an array of fantastic cars including this 1935 Delahaye M-135 Figoni Competition Coupe. This was the last car bodied by Figoni before it merged with Falaschi.
Also part of this class was a stunning 1933 Delage D8S Coupe Roadster by de Villars which won the top honor as Best in Class. In addition there was a 1925 Locomibile 48-9 that was originally owned by the business partner of J.P. Morgan, a 1938 Steyr Two Seat Roadster which was one of only six ever built and one of only two known to exist, a 1931 Packard Model 840 Super 8 Rollston Roadster, and a 1937 Mercedes Benz 540K Cabriolet A which was one of the first luxury cars to be able to hit 100 miles per hour.

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