Sep 06 2014

Memorable Moments at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

The 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance was an amazing experience for the Chrysler's Chrysler. Fortunately, the memorable moments were captured by hundreds of photographers including: Bruce Adams, Richard Kaye, Randy Rosenberg, Steve Green, Roz and Howard Kroplick, and John Cuocco.


Howard Kroplick



HowardKroplick's 2014 Pebble Beach Memorable Moments album on Photobucket

Program Guide and Car Guide

Pebble Beach Tour d'Elegance, Thursday, August 14, 2014, 85 miles though Pebble Beach, Leguna Seca, Big Sur and CVarmel

John Cuocco, the super chauffeur

The start of the Tour.

In front of "The Lodge". Note: The canvass removeable roof for The Tour.

Roz and Dana.

One of the many challenging Route 1 hills.

Thousands cheering the automobiles in Carmel.

The cherished green ribbon for completing the Tour.

Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, Sunday, August 17, 2014, Dawn Patrol, 6:30 AM

Judging, 9:15 AM

On the Lawn, 18th Hole at Pebble Beach

Sam Mann and Howard. Sam owns Walter Chrysler Jr.'s  1932 Chrysler Imperial Speedster.

Steve Babinski, who restored the automobile, and Dr. Fred Simeone.

Discussing the history of the automobile.

Three of the thousands who stopped by the automobile. But, who is the gentleman on the right?

Announced as a "Winner", 1st, 2nd, or third in Class, 2:10 PM

The three winners in the American Classic Closed class.

Dr. Marilyn Kroplick and Roz.

Sandra Button, Chairman of the Concours, examines the automobile before First in Class is announced.

Awarded First in Class, 2:30 PM

A big thumbs-up and an even bigger smile!

On the winner's ramp. An amazing backdrop of the 18th hole.

In the Winner's Circle

Post Concours Honors

Car and Driver :Top Ten Favorites at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance

AutoExpress: 10 Best Cars at Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance 2014


Sep 07 2014 James & Gram Spina 7:55 AM


Sep 07 2014 Ken Harris 9:55 AM



Sep 07 2014 Walt Gosden 10:09 AM

The group photo of the 6 fellows with the thumbs up in front of the car is the team of craftsman from Automotive Restorations that went to PB . There were at least 10 more back in NJ that worked on the car. They deserve the highest praise for their skill and devotion to return this amazing car back to the condition it was when new. In the 50 + years I have been active in the pre war car collecting scene, they are the top of their field by far. I got to know them in our trips to the shop over the past 2 years and everyone one of them has such a genuine enthusiasm for what they are doing and are so proud of their work.

Sep 07 2014 audrey cashin 2:04 PM

ok so who is the gentleman on the right? Enquiring minds want to know….

Sep 07 2014 JeRita 7:12 PM

well done Howard I can’t wait to see it completed Please post when and where you will have it out on LI JeRita

Sep 08 2014 Ken Wiebke 12:28 AM

i like the look of the car with the canvas top over the driver’s compartment. You don’t have to deal with the metal roof quite suitable for California maybe not so much for Dearborn.

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