More than 250 vintage and exotic cars, 6,000 spectators and celebrities attended the exclusive event
A sporty 1931 Stutz DV 32 Convertible Victoria by Le Baron was named 2019 Best of Show at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, the exclusive Monterey Car Week show that this year was dominated by a massive showing of Bentleys to celebrate the British marque’s 100th anniversary.
The Stutz, owned by concours regulars Joseph and Margie Cassini of New Jersey, was one of more than 250 entrants in 12 judged classes at the Gathering, held at The Quail Lodge and Golf Club in Carmel, California.
The show had more than 6,000 attendees this year, including industry leaders, celebrates and motorsports greats. A number of the world’s auto manufacturers used the top-drawer occasion to introduce new models and concept cars.
Other top honors included:
Spirit of the Quail, awarded to the 1975 Ferrari 335S owned by Cavallino Investments of Ohio.
Octane Choice, won by a 1952 Nash Healey Le Mans Prototype Racer owned by Jose Fernandez of California.
FIVA (Fédération International des Véhicules Anciens), presented to a 1931 Bentley 4-Litre owned by Terry and Darlene Larson of Arizona.