The 2009 Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance took place on Sunday, June 21 showcasing over 130 unique classic automobiles. This year’s event highlighted classic alternative energy vehicles including steam, electric and hybrid models, as well as a unique collection of microcars.
Back for a third year as Master of Ceremonies was KABC-TV’s Dave Kunz, who presented five awards, including the Beverly Hills Mayor’s Award for 3 microcars (1951 Fiat Topolino Truck, 1957 Fiat Multipla, and 1957 BMW Isetta); a 1962 Ferrari 250GT Super America for the Svend Ingerslev Award for Elegance; a trio of racing Bentleys (1924 8-Liter, 1926 Speed 6, and 1927 4½-Liter) given Chairman’s Award for Most Sporting Classic; a 1967 Shelby Cobra received the Icon Award; and a1939 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet awarded Best in Show. Norma Saken of The Iacocca Foundation presented the Lee Iacocca Award to Bruce Meyer.
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