2009 Award Winners

People's Choice Award winners

First place: 1930 Packard 745 7
Pass Touring Car, owned by John
Hamilton of Topeka, Kan.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; John Hamilton; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

Second place: 1911 Stafford #47
Sports Roadster, owned by DeNean
Stafford of Tifton, Ga.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; DeNean Stafford; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

Third place: 1960 Dodge Matador
two-door hardtop, owned by Everett
and Holly Moore of Kansas City, Mo.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Everett Moore; Holly Moore; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

Fourth place: 1936 Cord 810
Phaeton, owned by Bob Coleman
of Mission Hills, Kan.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Bob Coleman; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

Fifth place: 1933 Hupmobile K-321 four-door sedan, owned by Ron
Smith of Louisburg, Kan.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Ron Smith; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

2009 Sponsor award winners

“The Director’s Choice” Award: 1921 Daniels D-19 Landau Brougham, owned by Jim Daniels of Kansas City, Mo. Sponsor: FedEx Auto Transport.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Neill Pitt from FedEx Auto Transport; Jim Daniels; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“Favorite European Car” Award: 1930 MG 1212 Brooklands Racer, Boat Tail Racer, owned by Jack Kahler (KCAI '65 design) of Littleton, Colo. Sponsor: Aristocrat Motors.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Jack Kahler; Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI; and Brian Stacy from Maserati of Kansas City.

“Favorite Italian Car” Award: 1967 Ferrari 330GTC Coupe, owned by Stuart Schlemmer, of Mission, Kan. Sponsor: Maserati of Kansas City at Aristocrat Motors.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Stuart Schlemmer; Brian Stacy from Maserati of Kansas City; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“Dealer’s Choice” Award: 1932 REO 8-35 Dietrich Convertible, owned by Vic Macek of Shawnee, Kan.
Sponsor: Baron Automotive - BMW.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Vic Macek; Tom Zeeff from Baron Automotive Group; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“The One I Would Like to Drive Home” Award: 1957 Chrysler Imperial Crown Convertible, owned by David Roney of Leawood, Kan. Sponsor: Baron Automotive - Mini.


From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; David Roney; Tom Zeeff from Baron Automotive Group; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“Best in Show Classic Motorcycle” Award: 1925 Indian Scout Motorcycle, owned by John Stansbury of Overland Park, Kan. Sponsor: Harley-Davidson, Inc.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; John Stansbury; Mike Fisher from Harley-Davidson; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“Most Beautiful Color” Award: 2008 Scarab Roadster, owned by Norm Kitzmiller of Prairie Village, Kan. Sponsor: Overland Park Jeep/Dodge/Chrysler.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Norm Kitzmiller; Doug Newman from Overland Park Jeep/Dodge/Chrysler; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“Motorcycle We Would Most Like to Ride on a Curvy Road” Award: 1974 Ducati 350 Mark 3, owned by Bob Peters of Prairie Village, Kan. Sponsor: Curves Ahead, L.L.C.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Bob Peters; Tim Kelly from Curves Ahead; and Kathleen Collins; president of KCAI.

“Most Exceptional Car” Award: 1935 Auburn 851 S/C Phaeton. owned by Reed and Susan Whitaker of Overland Park, Kan. Sponsor: Chubb Personal Insurance.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Reed Whitaker; Susan Whitaker; Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI; and Chad Elgas from Chubb Personal Insurance.

“Best Gatsby Era Car” Award: 1917 Mercer 22-70 Raceabout, owned by Tim Wiglesworth of Kansas City, Kan. Sponsor: The Branson Collector Car Auction.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Kathy Cox from The Branson Collector Car Auction; Tim Wiglesworth; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“Best on Grass” Award: 1923 Ford TT 1-Ton Truck, owned by Tom Robson of Shawnee, Kan. Sponsor: Grass Pad, Inc.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Tom Robson; Mike McDermott from Grass Pad; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“The Spirit of the Hobby” Award: Joe Egle of Kansas City, Mo. From left are Carolyn Egle, Joe Egle's daughter; Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Alison Egle Dudley, Joe Egle's daughter; Joe Egle; Mark Hyman of Hyman Ltd.; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI. Sponsorr: Hyman Ltd.

 

“McPherson College Students’ Choice” Award: 1960 Cadillac 62 Series Convertible El Dorado Trim, owned by Victor and Vicki Jennings of Kansas City, Mo. Sponsor: McPherson College.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Vicki Jennings; Dan Hudachek from McPherson College; Galen Wienstroer from McPherson College; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“The Car We’d Most Like to Have a Claim From” Award: 1928 Diana Cabriolet Coupe 2-Door, owned by Shari Emery of Columbia, Mo., and exhibited in memory of Bob Emery. Sponsor: Hagerty Insurance Agency, Inc.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Shari Emery; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“The Car We Would Most Like to Polish” Award: 1912 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Roi des Belges Tourer owned by Roger and Sissy Morrison of Salina, Kan. Sponsor: Meguiar’s, Inc.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Roger Morrison; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

“The DeLaSalle...On Time Award...for Innovation in Design:" 1960 Dodge Matador 2-Door Hardtop, owned by Everett Moore of Kansas City, Mo. Sponsor: DeLaSalle Education Center.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Holly Moore; Everett Moore; Zach Knighton and Andrew Deckard from DeLaSalle Education Center; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

Chairman’s Award: 1929 Willys-Overland Whippet Model 96A Roadster, owned by John and Helen Barnes of Mound City, Kan. Presenter: Marshall Miller, concours founder and director.

From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; John Barnes; Helen Barnes; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.

President’s Best Volunteer of the Year Award: Marshall Miller of Kansas City, Mo. From left are Marshall Miller, concours founder and director; Janet Miller, Marshall's wife; and Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI. Presenter: Kathleen Collins, president of KCAI.