A Pontiac like no other: the sublime lines of the 1965 Pontiac Vivant Herb Adams Roadster
1950s gangster cool: the 1951 Bugatti 101C Gangloff Cabriolet
Part of the impressive Packard category, this stunning gold 1703 Super-8 was built for the cowboy actor Tom Mix in 1939
Crooner Bobby Darin and his wife Sandra Dee rolled up to the Oscars in this Didia 150 in 1961
This 1947 Delahaye 135 MS Cabriolet is one of just seven examples built by Figoni and Falaschi
The unusual sight of a Renault in the States. This 1907 racer was previously owned by the Vanderbilts
There are few finer examples of the 300 SL Gullwing than this one from 1954, restored only this year
This 1949 Cannon Mk 1 Special uses the chassis of a 1934 Dodge and most of the running gear from an early Ford
This 1909 De Dion-Bouton BV Type de Course is thought to be the only complete one left in existence
This record-breaking Abarth 1000 from 1960 was designed by Pininfarina
This 1953 Tatum GMC raced in the 1954 Pebble Beach road race
This 1908 Mors Grand Prix race car has a 12.5-litre 4-cylinder engine and delivers 100bhp
Revealed at the 1957 Geneva motor show, the 300SL Roadster was an open-topped stablemate for the Gullwing Coupe
This 1953 Siata 208CS Coupe was built especially for the Mille Miglia
This Packard 645 Deluxe Eight from 1929 cost almost double the price of a standard 645 with a custom roadster body
A remarkable 113 years old, the Rambler Model H still has its original upholstery and top
Complete with all of its historic belongings, a 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Scaglietti Berlinetta
Packard introduced its first mid-priced model, this 120, in 1935. This example was first owned by actor Clark Gable
The Packard Model 38 was the car maker's first to have left-hand drive and an electric starter. This model is from 1915
This Phantom II Continental harks back to 1932
This Ferrari 166MM Touring Berlinetta won the Mille Miglia in 1950
This 1937 Bugatti Type 57S was built in Molsheim, with the 'S' standing for surbaissé, meaning lowered
On the concept lawn, this McLaren 720S MSO one-off stood out
An exquisite 1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III, adorned with copper
This Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A was delivered to its first owner – who lived on Park Avenue, New York – in 1928
Back on the concept lawn, BMW showed its new Z4 Concept...
...while Maybach showed this divine Vision 6 Cabriolet concept
Space age from the 1960s
A perfectly restored Alfa Romeo cabriolet
Monterey car week culminates on Sunday with the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, considered by many the finest concours event in the world.
This year's didn't disappoint, with 27 categories spanning from pre-war Rolls-Royce models to American Dream Cars of the 1960s. These collectors' cars make up 200 of the most prized in the world.
Esteemed judges include Jaguar design director Ian Callum, Aston Martin design boss Marek Reichman and Bugatti and Bentley chief Wolfgang Durheimer. We also spotted Pink Floyd's Nick Mason on one of the judging panels.
Held on the 18th fairway of the famed Pebble Beach golf club, the event is open to the general public - but it will cost you from $325 for the privilege.
The concept lawn at Pebble Beach also showed off some exciting new concepts, including the BMW Z4, Volkswagen ID Buzz and Mercedes-Maybach Vision 6 Cabriolet. McLaren's fuchsia pink one-off 720S MSO was also getting plenty of attention, as was Aston Martin's Vanquish Zagato Volante, one from a family of four Zagato special editions just announced.
Click on our gallery above to see some of our favourite cars at this year's event.