Mullin Peugeot is best in show at La Jolla

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Phillip Wichard Memorial Trophy - Peter Mullin
1937 Peugeot Darlmat cabriolet owned by Peter Mullin won Best in Show | Photo courtesy of the concours

A 1937 Peugeot Darlmat cabriolet owned by Peter Mullin won Best in Show honors at the 11th annual La Jolla Concours d’Elegance last weekend.

Other top awards included “Most Elegant”to a 1930 Cadillac V16 roadster convertible owned by Fredrick M. Lax, “Most Outstanding Pre-War”to a 1925 Rolls-Royce Ghose Piccadilly roadster owned by Aaron and Valier Weiss, and “Most Outstanding Post-War”to a 1967 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Landaulet state limousine owned by John Ellison Jr. and presents as part of the Calumet Collection.

Also honored at the concours was Cy Conrad, who was retiring as the event’s chief judge.

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