AMELIA ISLAND CONCOURS

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12 Mar 2017 18:03 - 12 Mar 2017 18:07 #32664 by Rlamb10769
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Just got back from Amelia Island and the Auburn did well. I can now check this off my bucket list.

Richard Lambert
ACD #3371
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13 Mar 2017 01:21 #32665 by Roads2run
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Congratulations on your achievement with a wonderful car! Tom Hartz

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14 Mar 2017 04:02 #32666 by Joel
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Congrats, that's a beauty! Well deserved.

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1929 Duesenberg Model J Murphy Convertible Coupe

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14 Mar 2017 04:04 #32667 by Joel
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It looks like you had sunny weather. Did it indeed rain heavily on Sunday as they had predicted?

What other ACD cars were present and how did they do?

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14 Mar 2017 04:45 #32668 by johnmereness
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A Model A Duesenberg Roadster, a Auburn 851 Boattail, a several J's (they have an impressive Duesenberg class), and a 1935 Duesenberg SJ Walker Torpedo Phaeton (Best of Show).

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14 Mar 2017 12:23 #32671 by Rlamb10769
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Hello Joel,
Thanks for the compliment, I came home Sunday but I think it did rain but not as bad as the thought.
Changing to Saturday was the correct thing to do, it was a beautiful day. Like John said there were lots of Duesenbergs, two Auburns and no Cords, I did see a L29 and a 812 at the RM auction.

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