The Cars of the Milwaukee Masterpiece: Geoff Hacker’s “Covington Tiburon”

Hi Gang…

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.

Today’s story features my (Geoff Hacker’s) “Covington Tiburon” sports car – the last remaining example in the world. Here’s what was shown in the program about this car:

And now…the pictures!

The Pictures:

Summary:

Hope you enjoyed the pictures, and until next time…

Glass on gang…

Geoff

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The Cars of the Milwaukee Masterpiece: Geoff Hacker’s “Covington Tiburon” — 1 Comment

  1. ~Cool car! great picturezs! the attention & enthusiasm that built up to these events is testimony to the hard work, co-operation, & imaginations of all the people you have mentioned for their contributions. my big regret for 2011 is missing milwaukee. it was that or barret-jackson this january. since my grandkids are in tempe, i hope to see you all during auction week in arizona.
    i have two questions, geoff. when & where can we begin to plan for the next headline forgotten fiberglass event?? ~sc

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