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Aug 23, 2012

In pictures: North America's most prestigious classic car event

The Concours d’Elegance of America held at the Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, Mich. at the end of July is one of the North America’s most prestigious classic car events. It attracted some 10,000 visitors to view the more than 300 vehicles competing for show honors in classes that included Slingshot Rail Dragsters and Jet-Age Station wagons. The Best in Show winning American-built car was a 1933 Chrysler Imperial Dual Cowl Phaeton with body by Le Baron, and Best in Show foreign make was a1933 French Delage D8S deVillars Coupe Roadster.