New Book: “Concepts Beyond Detroit” – Class at the 2016 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance


Hi Gang…

Back in 2016, Undiscovered Classics worked closely with Bill Warner and Mark Becker of the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance to host a class of cars called “Concepts Beyond Detroit.”  The class included the following cars:

  • 1961 Tiburon Porsche Coupe
  • 1952 Manta Ray
  • 1950 Leo Lyons Custom Mercury
  • 1974 Fascination Tear Drop Car
  • 1973 Mohs Safarikar
  • 1953 Paxton Phoenix
  • 1967 Exemplar I

You can check out photos of each of these cars below.

1961 Tiburon Porsche Coupe

1952 Manta Ray

1950 Leo Lyons Custom Mercury

1974 Fascination Tear Drop Car

1973 Mohs Safarikar

1953 Paxton Phoenix

1967 Exemplar I

Publicity For The Class: 

The class was covered nicely in the media and you can review each of the articles below for more detail on the class:

This Is Not A Le Sabre:  Amelia Island Celebrates Radical Concepts From Beyond Detroit
Graham Kozak – Autoweek: March 2, 2016

Unseen For More Than 60 Years:  The One-Off Manta Ray Will Once Again Return To The Spotlight
Daniel Strohl: February 8, 2016

Concepts Beyond Detroit:  Amelia Island Concours d’elegance 2016
Old Cars Weekly: March 10, 2016

Amelia Book for 2016 Class Now Available:

At the concours that weekend, good friend and photographer Robert Kolton joined us to help with documenting the class.  Unbeknownst to me, he put together a very nice book on the cars in the class that everyone can enjoy.  You can view the book online for free, and for those of you who may want to purchase a copy there are instructions on how to do that too.  Click on the link below to view the book.

—–   Click  Here  To  Read  This  Book  Online   —–

Summary:

Thanks again to Robert Kolton for his fine job in photography and in making this book available to all to view – online and in printed form.  If you want to see all the books we have at Undiscovered Classics, click on the following link:

Click Here To View All Books Available Here at Undiscovered Classics

Hope you enjoyed the story, and remember…

The adventure continues here at Undiscovered Classics.

Geoff


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