Our ‘Best of’ picks from LA Classic Auto Show 2018

Our ‘Best of’ picks from LA Classic Auto Show 2018

These vehicles are winners in our eyes

Competition was fierce at the 2018 LA Classic Auto Show. More than 1,000 vehicles competed for 10 official “best of” awards.

But with so many impressive vehicles, we thought we’d add some of our own “best of” recognitions in our own categories. And one of our picks actually was among the official winners selected by the show’s judges. A list of the Classic Auto Show winners can be found below.

Hot Rod 

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Women Builds (Best in Show Hot Rod winner)

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Japanese Classic

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Porsche

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Vintage Off-roader

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Motorcycle

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Lowrider 

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Official winners:

Most Outstanding Post-War: 1952 Siata
Most Outstanding Pre-War: 1934 Auburn V12 Phaeton Salon Convertible
Generational Award: 1957 Chevy Beauville 9 Passenger Wagon
Best in Show Detailing Grand Boulevard: 1967 Cadillac
Best in Show Truck: 1932 Ford Roadster Pickup
Best in Show Women ‘n Wheels: Mach 1
Best in Show Hot Rod: 1932 Ford Cabriolet
Best in Show Japanese: 1966 Corona
Best in Show Domestic: Duesenberg
Best of Show Foreign: 1936 Mercedes Benz 290 Cab A

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