Lake Tahoe Concours d’Elegance 2014 Perpetual Award Winners



OK, OK, better late than never. The list was just sent to us from fellow Woody Boater Brian Robinson. Here is the list of big winners. no photos just a list. OK, maybe one or two photos.

Porsche “There Are No Substitutes” Award:

DECO – 1930 Dee Wite 19’ Runabout, owned by B.K. Powell of Spokane, WA

Gold Key Storage “Most Original Preserved” Award:

PINKS – 1958 Chris-Craft 21’ Continental Landau, owned by Gordan Kirkland of  Stockton, CA

Most Elegant Boat of Show:

A.K.S. – 1913 Fry 26’ Launch owned by Al Engel of Richmond, CA

THUNDERBIRD Most Unique Boat of Show:

HURRICANE IV – 1948 Wickens 28’ Unlimited Hydroplane, owned by Ken Muscatel of Seattle, WA

Best Original Tahoe Boat:

TIME OUT – 1941 Chris-Craft 19’ Custom owned by Jon and Nina Warner of Santa Barbara, CA

Best Engine of Show:

400HP Curtiss V-12 in MISS DETROIT III – owned by Ken Muscatel of Seattle, WA

Miss Detroit and her amazing engine

Miss Detroit and her amazing engine

Best Professional Restorer:

Don Hardy of McCall, ID for EVERAN ZEPHYR and HAPPY DAYS

Best Century of Show:

SWEET WATER – 1960 Century 16’ Resorter owned by Roy and Naomi Bruce of Lakeport, CA

Best Chris-Craft of Show AND Best Non-Professional Restoration:

BIG DUCK – 1950 Chris-Craft 22’ Custom Sedan owned by Bill and Nancy Kehoe of Loomis, CA

Best Gar Wood of Show AND Best of Show Over 23-feet:

MIDNIGHT THUNDER – 1937 Gar Wood 25’ Runabout owned by Dr. J. Craig Venter of La Jolla, CA

Best Riva of Show:

TERESA – 1971 Riva 28’ Super Aquarama owned by Bill and Gayle Robotham of Santa Rosa, CA

Dick Clarke Perpetual Award:

Paul Walker

Marque Class (Barrelbacks) Best of Show:

ANNABELLE – 1939 Chris-Craft 19’ Custom owned by Jack and Judy McManus of Burlingame, CA

Overall Best of Show:

EVERAN ZEPHYR – 1940 Chris-Craft 19’ Custom owned by Gary and Cathy Lyons of  Boise, ID

3 replies
  1. Wilson
    Wilson says:

    Nice to see a Chris Craft receiving “Best Overall” and to see Ed Alexander is still showing off “Happy Days”

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