2022 Fall Festival Winners
The 2022 event welcomed over 900 attendees to the Gilmore Car Museum where a Peer Judged Car Show was the highlight of Friday and a Concours d’Elegance on Saturday. We closed out the event with dinner at the Delta Marriott where attendees had the chance to mingle with past and present Cadillac designers.
We would like to formally announce our Concours winners which included Best in Class and Fleetwood Award for each class. We also presented Best in Show, Best Paint, Best Interior, and Sponsor’ Choice by Cadillac.
Concours d’Elegance awards were presented in a Drive-by Ceremony, emceed by GM Designer, Glen Durmisevich, who highlighted significant features of each winner. Trophies were presented to each winner by Honorary Chief Judge, John Manoogian II.
Best in Show - 1931 452A Convertible Coupe - William Spurling
Winning car shown with Chief Judge, John Manoogian II
Class 1 Brass & Early Cars 1903-1914
Class 2 Classic Era - Early 1915-1932
Class 3 Classic Era - Late 1933-1947
Class 4 V-12 and V-16 Cars 1930-1940
Class 5 Early Fins 1948-1958
Class 6 Fins & Skegs 1959-1964
Class 7 Vertical Headlight Cars 1965-1968
Class 8 Cadillac Production 1969-1979
Class 9 LaSalle 1927-1940
Class 10 Allante 1987-1993
Class 11 V-Series (all models) 2004-present
Class 12 Preservation cars 1979 and earlier, non-restored cars
2022 Gathering at Gilmore Peer Judged Winners
On Friday, we hosted Gathering at Gilmore, which was a peer judged show. Each attendee was provided a ballot where they could vote for a Best in Class car for each of the 10 classes. Our 2022 winners are listed below!
Class 1 - Brass & Early Cars 1903 – 1927
Class 2 - The Pre-War Era 1928 – 1947
Class 3 - Fins Forever 1948 – 1960
Class 4 - Cadillac Grandeur 1961-1964
Class 5 - Leading the Way 1971-1985
Class 6 - Smaller is Better 1986-1993
Class 7 - Art & Science Designs 1994-2005
Class 8 - 21st Century Cars 2006-2022
Class 9 - Vertical Headlight Cars 1965-1968
Class 10 - LaSalle 1927-1940