As promised earlier, I’ll show “more” and talk “less” about each of the cars that appeared at the Milwaukee Masterpiece Concours d’ Elegance on August 28th, 2011. Click here to read more about the success of vintage ‘glass at the Milwaukee Masterpiece.
Late Sunday, at the end of the Milwaukee Masterpiece Concours d’ Elegance, Tom Kenney of the Petersen Automotive Museum, allowed our group to take some stunning pictures pairing the Bosley GT Mark 1 with other cars.
Today’s story shows the “Troy Sports Special” with the “Bosley.” This is an important pair of cars to show especially for one person – Bill Hebal. Bill is the current owner of the Troy Sports Special, and was the person who rescued the car in the 1970’s and began its restoration path which ultimately took it to Pebble Beach with future owners Ron and Sonya Kellogg, of Whittier California.
Bill Hebal…today’s featured photos are for you – and all of the other folks out there who would enjoy photos of these striking cars together. First..here’s what is shown in the program about each of these cars:
And now…the pictures!
Hope you enjoyed the pictures, and until next time…
Glass on gang…
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