2013 Award Winners

People's Choice awards

First place: 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Boattail Speedster owned by Roger Willbanks of Denver.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Roger Willbanks and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Second place: 1959 BMW 507 Roadster owned by Scott Morris of Kearney, Neb.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Scott Morris, Rochelle Morris and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Third place: 1954 Hudson Italia owned by Mark Hyman of St. Louis.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Shawn Dougan, Mark Hyman (not pictured) and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Fourth place: 1965 Ferrari 250 LM owned by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum. This was the car driven by Kansas City’s own Masten Gregory that won the 1965 24-Hour of Le Mans.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Darren Abbott, Terry Gunter, Jim Cox and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Fifth place: 1931 Cord L-29 Cabriolet owned by Stephen Plaster of Lebanon, Mo.

 acqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Stephen Plaster and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

First place (motorcycle): 1946 Indian Chief owned by Tom Schaefer and John Heitz. The bike was once owned by actor Steve McQueen.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, John Heitz, Tom Schaefer and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Second place (motorcycle): 1948 Moto Guzzi GTV owned by Robert Greenwall.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Robert Greenwall and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Sir Stirling Moss award

1960 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible owned by Gary Sailor.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Susie Moss, Gary Sailor, Sir Stirling Moss, and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Denise McCluggage award

1952 Jaguar XK 120 Roadster owned by Terry Worick.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Terry Worick (not pictured), Denise McCluggage and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Sponsor awards

Curves Ahead “Vehicle with the Best Curves” Award: 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Boattail Speedster owned by Roger Willbanks of Denver.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Roger Willbanks, Tim Kelly of Curves Ahead and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Kawasaki “The Motorcycle We’d Choose to Build” Award: 1952 Matchless G9 owned by Jim Vandergriff.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Jim Vandergriff, Mike Boyle of Kawasaki and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Hyman “Spirit of the Hobby” Award: 1932 Lincoln KB Tourin

g owned by the Quick family.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Mark Hyman of Hyman Ltd. Classic Cars, Dr. Richard Quick, Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman and Shawn Dougan.

Branson Collector Car Auction “Gatsby” Award: 1929 Bentley 4-1/2 Litre Open Tourer owned by Roger Morrison.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Roger Morrison, Kathy Cox, Jim Cox of Branson Collector Car Auction and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Aristocrat Mercedes-Benz “Best of Mercedes” Award: 1956 Mercedes 190 SL Convertible owned by David Brain.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, David Brain, Robert Hellweg of Aristocrat Mercedes-Benz and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman. 

 Tivol “Jewel of a Car” Award: 1959 BMW 507 Roadster owned by Scott Morris of Kearney, Neb.

 Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Scott Morris, Rochelle Morris, Kathy Tivol of Tivol and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Baron BMW “Dealer’s Choice” Award: 1969 Chevrolet Camaro owned by Pat Broe.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Pat Broe, Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman and Tom Zeeff of Baron BMW.

Baron BMW “The One We’d Like to Drive Home” Award: 1959 Porsche 356A Convertible D owned by Jim Hebenstreit.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Jim Hebenstreit, Tom Zeeff of Baron BMW and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Passport Transport “Life is a Highway” Award: 1921 Daniels Landau Brougham owned by Jim Daniels.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Jim Daniels, Steve Plaster of Passport Transport and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Gail’s Harley Davidson “Feel the Power” Award: 1946 Indian Chief owned by Tom Schaefer and John Heitz. The bike was once owned by actor Steve McQueen.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, John Heitz, Tom Schaefer, Gilbert Enriquez of Gail’s Harley Davidson and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Meguiar’s Vehicle We’d Most Like to Polish Award: 1926 Rolls Royce Phantom I Piccadilly Roadster owned by John Groendyke.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Dustin Whitney and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Peterson Manufacturing “Bright Ideas on the Move” Award: 1933 MG L1 Roadster owned by Bill and Sarah Richey.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Don Armacost of Peterson’s Manufacturing, Bill Richey and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

The Complete Garage of Lenexa “Spit Shine” Award: 1955 Ford Thunderbird Convertible owned by Ron Portland.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Ron Portland and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

The Grass Pad “Best on Grass” Award: 1946 Ford 1/2-Ton Pickup owned by Wayne and Marily Blackmon.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Wayne Blackmon, Marilyn Blackmon, Lloyd Harrison of the Grass Pad and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Hagerty “Most Like to Get a Claim From” Award: 1965 Ford Mustang Hardtop 65B Luxury owned by Robert and June Bonn.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Thatcher Keast of Hagerty Robert Bonn, June Bonn, Derek Prechtl of Hagerty and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Heritage Tow “Vehicle We’d Most Like to Tow” Award: 1963 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limousine owned by Swjatoslaw Pech of Kansas City, Mo.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Scott Bundi, Aristos Pech and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Motorcycle awards

Peer: 1962 Ducati Elite owned by Sean Ervin.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Sean Ervin, Charlie Ervin, Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman and Bob Peters.

Peer: 1953 Ariel 500cc KHA Twin (top) and 1986 Laverda SFC 1000 (bottom) owned by Dale Keesecker.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Dale Keesecker, Bob Peters and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Hagerty Youth Judging Experience awards

First place: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS owned by Mitchell Murchison.

(Back, left) Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Alex Campbell, Mitchell Murchison and Derek Prechtl and Thatcher Keast of Hagerty. (Front, left) John Cooper, Aubrey Montford, Lauren Schwartz, A.J. Petrovick and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Second place: 1966 Corvette Stingray owned by Cooper Weeks II.

(Back, left) Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Alex Campbell, Cooper Weeks II and Derek Prechtl and Thatcher Keast of Hagerty. (Front, left) John Cooper, Aubrey Montford, Lauren Schwartz, A.J. Petrovick and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Third place: 1961 Daimler SP250 Roadster owned by Tom Slaymaker.

(Back, left) Alex Campbell, Tom Slaymaker and Derek Prechtl and Thatcher Keast of Hagerty. (Front, left) John Cooper, Aubrey Montford, Lauren Schwartz, A.J. Petrovick and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Community Partner awards

McPherson College Students’ Choice Award: 1934 MG PA Roadster owned by Jack Kahler.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Jack Kahler, Woody Richey, representing McPherson College and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

MindDrive “Innovation in Design” Award: 1975 Maserati Merak Coupe owned by Louie Hare.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Louie Hare, Victoria Mendez, Kent Crockett, Oz Quresha, Steve Rees, representing MindDrive and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Concours awards

KCAI Alumni Award: 1953 Packard Caribbean Convertible owned by Patty Nast Canton.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Patty Nast Canton and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Best 100-Year-Old Vehicle: 1903 St. Louis Motor Car owned by George Dorris III.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, George Dorris III, George Dorris IV, George Dorris V and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Multi-Generation Award: 1962 Buick Invicta 46C Convertible (top) owned by Donald Lob and 1946 Buick Super Sedanet (bottom) owned by Mark Lob.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Mark Lob, Donald Lob and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Best First Ride Award: 1947 Epoch Tri-Ang Pedal Car owned by George Phillips.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, George Phillips and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Leon Miller Award: 1931 Packard 833 Rumble Seat Coupe owned by the McClure Family.

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Zach McClure, Adam McClure and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

KCAI President’s Award: Cindy Faulknier

Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Cindy Faulknier and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Paul Bryant Memorial Award: 1931 Auburn Cabriolet 8-98A owned by J.B. Hodgdon.

Shawn Burnum, Martha Bryant, the widow of Paul Bryant, Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, J.B. Hodgdon, Gary Krings and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.

Janet Miller Award: 1952 Allard J2X owned by Donna Gray and John Baeke, Overland Park, Kan. It has been in the family since it was new.

Daniel Miller, John Baeke, Donna Gray, Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman and Jon Miller.

Chairman’s Award: 1934 Morgan Three Wheeler Sports owned by Steve Hobbs, Darien, Conn. This was the first car driven by Sir Stirling Moss.

Daniel Miller, Steve Hobbs, Jon Miller and Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman.