Palo Alto Concours D'Elegance 2001

The yearly Palo Alto Concours D'Elegance is a charity benefit held on Stanford University practice fields every summer. Parking is in a dirt lot adjacent to the fields on El Camino or in the surrounding neighborhoods. The variety and quality of cars is quite good, with an especially good showing of classic American cars from the 30s through 50s. If you're driving by on El Camino or happen to be on campus you may catch a glimpse of some of the cars. Pictures below are in no particular order. The actual presentation on the field is well-organzied by time period, maker, country, etc.

In addition to lots of Ferraris and some Porsches,

You'll find many unusual French, American, Italian, German, British and other cars

Cobra Daytona Couples, original and reproductions, at a difference in value in the 6 figures. Cobras, Mustangs and Corvettes are usually well represented with clean, unusual, and some racing versions.

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