The Laraki Epitome concept boasts 1100bhp from its Corvette underpinnings
The Mercedes Concept GLA was first shown in Shanghai earlier this year
1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria took overall concours honours
Galpin Auto Sports' GTR1 prototype was shown for the first time and is a modern interpretation of the Ford GT40
The Jaguar Project 7 gives a taste of what a high-performance F-type will be like
The Lamborghini 350 GTV is thought to be the oldest Lamborghini road car...
...the £3 million Veneno is its latest
Touring Superleggera's Disco Volante is based on an Alfa 8C
The Icona Vulcano's supercar looks hide a high-performance hybrid powertrain
The DB9 Spider Centennial is a one-off model that takes inspiration from the DB7 Zagato
The one-off was previously displayed at Aston's centenary celebrations in Kensington Gardens
The BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupé previews the next 8-series
The Aston CC100 was commissioned to celebrate 100 years of the marque
The Honda NSX is nearing completion as a production car
This Boano-designed concept was based on a '55 Lincoln. Henry Ford reputedly bought it on the spot after seeing it
This Lincoln was used by presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson
Not all cars at Pebble Beach are factory-fresh, as this unrestored model shows
This is one of 52 Maserati A6ACS models were made
This model was built in the year the GT40 took its first victory at Le Mans
This 1960 Alfa Romeo Superflow VI was built on a chassis Fangio drove in the 1953 Mille Miglia
This is one of a handful of factory-built lightweight Aston Martin DB4 GTs
The Lamborghini Islero was a reworking of the 400GT. Just 225 were built
The Porsche 930 Turbo was the fastest car available in Germany when it launched in 1975
Alfa says 8C stands for eight cylinders
Another 8C, this time with Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera coachwork
This is the only Alfa Romeo Tipo B P3 with 'biposto' sports car bodywork
This Ferrari 512 helped the team to secure a second place in the 1970 World Sportscar Championship
The Ferrari 250MM was built for the Mille Miglia
The Ferrari 212 represented the first time Autocar's roadtesters had sampled a five-speed gearbox
Another Ferrari 250 GT LWB was bought by Chris Evans for more than £6.9 million
Some of the rarest and most expensive cars in the world have descended on a golf course in California. The venue is Pebble Beach, the event is the Concours d’elegance.
This year’s event, the centrepiece of the Pebble Beach show, has seen more than 200 cars compete in 28 classes. More than 100 years separates the oldest and newest models that represented some of the world’s most iconic marques and long-forgotten brands of yesteryear.
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A 1934 Packard 1108 Twelve Dietrich Convertible Victoria took overall concours honours. Its owner Joseph Cassini, bought the car three years ago with the intention of showing it at Pebble Beach. Its two-and-a-half year restoration was completed just eight days before the show.
Packard built more than 35,000 Twelves in the 1930s, but this is the only model to feature custom coachwork by Raymond Dietrich.
Among the classic cars were a number of concepts, including the BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupé – which is likely to evolve into the next 8-series – and the Mercedes Concept GLA.
The Aston Martin DB9 Zagato Centennial appeared fresh from its premiere at Aston’s 100 year celebration event in Kensington Gardens in London.
Other standout models include the Icona Vulcano hybrid supercar, the 1100bhp, Corvette-based Laraki Epitome concept, Touring Superleggera Disco Volante and Lamborghini’s oldest known car, the 350 GTV prototype alongside its Veneno hypercar.