Jim’s Blog: Snapshots of Monterey

Monterey may be where the high end of the market plays, but there were plenty of cars at all price points on the Peninsula this past week. We’ll be digging into the numbers and the details in our next issues of ACC and SCM.

 

In the meantime, here are some of my favorite shots of the week.

 

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Pontiac Bonneville Pace Car die cast at Automobilia Monterey.

 

 

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Barney and Sara Gardner’s 1930 Gardner 140 Sport Roadster takes the first turn of the Pebble Beach Tour.

 

 

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My drivers for the week: a Dodge Charger Hellcat and a Superformance Cobra — reviews of both to come in the next ACC.

 

 

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The Cyclops finds a tiny place to park at The Little Car Show in Pacific Grove.

 

 

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Erin Olson and Darren Frank at our Gooding & Co Booth.

 

 

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An original paint 1963 Split-Window Corvette sits ready for a new owner at Gooding & Co.

 

 

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Cool Track T hot rod spotted cruising 17-Mile Drive.

 

 

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Drew Alcazar shows off a real-deal Z for sale at Russo and Steele.

 

 

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Corvette 427/435 convertible brings solid bids at Gooding & Co.

 

 

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Leland Powels’ cool 1912 Moon 30 Raceabout on the green at the Pebble Beach Concours.

 

 

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Dana Mecum shows off the 1934 Rex Mays Gilmore Special at the Pebble Beach Concours.