2010 Award Winners

People's Choice awards

First place: Gerald Manning, 1925 Kissel 875 Goldbug Speedster

Second place: St. Louis Museum of Transportation, 1960 Bobby Darin DiDia 150

Third place: Robert Pass, 1950 Talbot Lago T-26 Grand Sport, Saoutchik Body

Fourth place: Everett and Holly Moore, 1960 Dodge Matador 2-Door Hardtop

Fifth place: Mark Hyman, 1912 Gobron-Brillie 12 CV

Sponsor awards

Aristocrat Motors – Mercedes Benz/Maserati/Jaguar "Best Imported Vehicle"
Robert Pass, 1950 Talbot Lago T-26 Grand Sport, Saoutchik Body

Baron Automotive/BMW-Mini Cooper "Dealer's Choice"
Reed & Susan Whitaker, 1935 Auburn 851 Phaeton

Baron Automotive/BMW-Mini "The One I Would Like to Drive Home"
Jack and Penny Boyle, 1946 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible Coupe

Branson Collector Car Auction "Best Gatsby Era Car"
Gerald Manning, 1925 Kissel 875 Goldbug Speedster

Chubb Personal Insurance "Most Exceptional Car"
Woodrow Wilson Library / Don Wilson, 1919 Pierce-Arrow Woodrow Wilson Presidential Limousine

Commerce Bank "The Car We Would Most LIke to Finance"
Robert and Sandra Coleman, 1936 Cord 810 Supercharged Phaeton

Curves Ahead, LLC "The Car We Would Most Like to Pick Up and Keep"
Cooper Weeks, 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4 Coupe

DeLaSalle Education Center "The DeLaSalle ... On Time Award ... For Innovation and Design"
St. Louis Museum of Transportation, 1960 Bobby Darin DiDia 150

Grass Pad Inc. "Best on Grass"
Rex Russell, 1911 Mercury Fairway Express

Hagerty Insurance Agency Inc. "The Car We Would Most Like to Have a Claim From"
Kemp Auto Museum, 1939 Mercedes 540 K Cabriolet A

Harley-Davidson Inc. "Best in Show Classic Motorcycle"
Jim and Joan Vandergriff, 1942 Triumph 3HW

Heritage Tow "The Car We Would Most Like to Tow"
Jack Kahler, 1930 MG 1212 Brooklands Boat Tail Race

Hyman, Ltd. "Spirit of the Hobby"
Marshall Miller

Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp. U.S.A. "The Motorcycle We Would Love to Build"
Gene Brown, 1938 Brough Superior SS-80

McPherson College "McPherson College Students' Choice"
Jim Daniels, 1921 Daniels D-19 Landau Brougham

Meguiar's Inc. "The Car We Would Most Like to Polish"
Keith and Eileen Carpenter, 1969 Fascination Prototype

Overland Park Jeep/Dodge/Chrysler "Most Beautiful Color"
Tom Zeeff, 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible

Passport Transport "The Director's Choice"
Gene Brown, 1947 Indian Chief

Thoroughbred Ford "In the Winners Circle"
Carol Richardson and Steve Sheets, 1951 Ford Woodie Station Wagon Country Squire 2-Door

Operation Ignite! Youth judging awards

First place: John Bingham, 1935 Chrysler C1 Airflow 4-Door Sedan

Second place: Carol Richardson and Steve Sheets, 1951 Ford Woodie Station Wagon Country Squire 2-Door

Third place: Jon Root, 1932 Packard 903 Convertible Coupe

Art of the Car Concours awards

"Chairman's Award"
August Grasis, 1933 Studebaker Indy Race Car

"Leon Miller Award"
Victor and Vicki Jennings, 1960 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible El Dorado Trim

"President's Award"
Jim Sfetko (far right)