2012 Award Winners

 People's Choice awards

First place: 1938 Talbot-Lago T-150 SS Teardrop Coupe owned by Mullin Automotive Museum of Oxnard, Calif.

Marshall Milller, concours founder and chairman, Steve Mullin and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Second place: 1930 Stutz M Lancefield Coupe owned by Richard and Irena Mitchell of Montgomery, Texas. 

Marshall Milller, concours founder and chairman, Richard Mitchell and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Third place: 1938 Peugeot 402 Darl’Mat Roadster owned by Mark Hyman of St. Louis.

 

Marshall Milller, concours founder and chairman, Mark Hyman and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Fourth place: 1909 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost owned by Fred Guyton of St. Louis.

 

Marshall Milller, concours founder and chairman, Fred Guyton and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Fifth place: 1955 Mercury Montclair owned by Ginger and Chuck Freeman of Aurora, Colo.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Ginger and Chuck Freeman, and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

First place (motorcycle): 1923 Indian Chief owned by Cooper Weeks.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Lori Moore accepting on behalf of Cooper Weeks and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Second place (motorcyle): 1923 Henderson Deluxe owned by Doug Rollert.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Doug Rollert and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Sponsor awards

Complete Garage "Spit Shine" Award: 1954 Buick Roadmaster owned by David Mitchell.

Marshall Miller presenting the award to Kurt Fowler (Mitchell’s mechanic).

Mercedes-Benz Dealers of Kansas City and Aristocrat Motors "Best of Mercedes" Award: 1959 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL Roadster owned by Steve Vawter.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Steve Vawter, Robert Hellweg of Aristocrat Motors and Mercedes-Benz of Kansas City and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Tivol "Jewel of a Car" Award: 1937 Cord 812 SC Phaeton owned by Steve Nau.

 

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Steve Nau and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Grass Pad "Best on Grass" Award: 1923 Ford TT One-Ton Truck owned by Tom Robson.

Tom Robson, Jerry Moore and Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman.

Baron BMW "One I'd Like to Drive Home" Award: 1960 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible owned by Vicki Jennings.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Gary Sailor, Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Tom Zeeff of Baron Automotive and Vicki Jennings.

Baron Mini Dealer's Choice Award: 1937 BMW 328 Roadster owned by Scott Morris of Kearney, Neb.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Scott Morris, Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, Tom Zeeff of Baron Automotive and Rochelle Jensen.

Peterson Manufacturing "Bright Ideas on the Move" Award: 1960 Dodge Matador 2-Door Hardtop owned by Everett and Holly Moore.

 

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Don Armacost of Peterson Manufacturing, Everett Moore and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Branson Auction "Gatsby" Award: 1929 Chrysler Series 75 owned by J.B. and Anne Hodgdon.

 

J.B. and Anne Hodgdon and Kathy and Jim Cox.

Curves Ahead "Car With the Best Curves" Award: 1929 Duesenberg Model J-108 owned by the Groendykes of Enid, Okla.

Dustin Whitney of Groendyke Collection, Tim Kelly and Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman.

Fiat of Olathe "Most Beautiful Italian Vehicle" Award: 1967 Ferrari 330GTC owned by Stuart Schlemmer.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Stuart Schlemmer, Mac Mulkins of Northtowne Fiat and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Hagerty Insurance "Car We Would Most Like to Get a Claim From" Award: 1963 Studebaker Avanti RI owned by Milan Johnson.

 

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Milan Johnson, Derek Prechtl of Hagerty and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Harley Davidson "Best in Show Classic Motorcycle" Award: 1974 Ducati 750 SS motorcycle owned by Harold Johnson.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Harold Johnson and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Heritage Tow "Car We Would Most Like to Tow" Award: 1912 REO The Fifth 4-Door Touring owned by Vic and Lucille Macek.

Vic Macek and Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman.

Hyman "Spirit of the Hobby" Award: 1929 Hudson Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton.

Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hostetler, Shawn Dougan of Hyman Ltd., Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman and Mark Hyman of Hyman Ltd.

Kawasaki "The Motorcycle We Would Most Like to Build" Award: 1977 MV Augusta motorcycle owned by Dale Keesecker of Washington, Kan.

Dale Keesecker and Mike Boyle of Kawasaki Motors.

Passport Transport "Life is a Highway" Award: 1937 Ford Darrin 78 Cabriolet owned by J.B. Saunders.

Marshall Miller, councours founder and chairman, J.B. Saunders, Michael Plaster of Passport Transport and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Meguiar's "The Car We Would Most Like to Polish" Award: 1953 Packard Caribbean 2-door convertible owned by Patty Nast.

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

Shawnee Mission Hyundai "The Car We Would Most Like to Trade For" Award: 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 owned by Gary Hanson.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Gary Hanson, Steve Genova of Shawnee Mission Hyundai and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Superior Volvo "Best Loved" Award: Volvo P210 Duett owned by Bart Klein.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Bart Klein, Debbie Coomes of Superior Volvo and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Hagerty "Operation Ignite!" awards

First place: 1963 Studebaker Avanti R2 2-Door Coupe owned by Elmer Sterthman.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Elmer Sterthman, Nick McGlynn, Joseph Baker, Grant Mulkins,Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president and Derek Prechtl of Hagerty Insurance.

Second place: 1929 Hudson Dual Cowl Sport Phaeton owned by Eldon Hostetler.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, J. R. Hostetler, son of Eldon Hostetler, Nick McGlynn, Joseph Baker, Grant Mulkins, Derek Prechtl of Hagerty Insurance and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Third place: (tied) 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Rally Sport Coupe owned by Scott Williams (top) and 1959 MG EX 186 owned by Joseph Gunderson.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Scott Williams, Nick McGlynn, Joseph Baker, Grant Mulkins, Derek Prechtl of Hagerty Insurance and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Joseph Gunderson, Nick McGlynn, Joseph Baker, Grant Mulkins, Derek Prechtl of Hagerty Insurance and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Community partner awards

McPherson College Students' Choice Award: 1933 Hupmobile owned by Ronald Smith.

Claire Wiens, representing McPherson College, Ronald Smith and Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman.

MindDrive "Innovation in Design" Award: 1922 Stanley Steamer owned by Dick Friedeman.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Dick Friedeman, Andrew Deckard, Ehimer Perez and Tom Strongman of MindDrive.

Concours awards

Chairman's Award: 1931 Austin American Bantam 2-Door Roadster owned by Brock McPherson of Great Bend, Kan.

Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman, Brock McPherson and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Best 100-Year-Old Car: 1907 Mason Touring owned by Ms. Phyllis Ary.

Phyllis Ary and Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman.

President's Award: Jim Wanser, Concours coordinator.

Pictured: Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president, and Jim Wanser.

Leon Miller Award: Robert Kenney.

Pictured: Robert Kenney and Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman.

Multi-Generation Award: Joe Egle and daughter Alison Egle Dudley.

Pictured: Alison Egle Dudley, Joe Egle and Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman.

KCAI Alumni Award: James Cox of Branson Collector Car Auction.

Pictured: James Cox and Jacqueline Chanda, KCAI president.

Best First Ride Pedal Car Award: Don Hoelscher for his Pedal Murray with Trailer.

Don Hoelscher and Marshall Miller, concours founder and chairman.