The inaugural Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance was held on Oct. 26, at Las Vegas’s DragonRidge Golf Club.
Saturday’s concours brought more than 140 automobiles in 25 judged, non-judged and contemporary classes. Fifty judges, led by Chief Judge John Carlson, came together to announce the winners. Best of Show Post-War went to Kevin and Connor Cogan’s 1953 Ferrari 250 Europa Vignale, while Jack and Helen Nethercutt’s 1931 Bugatti Type 51 won Best of Show Pre-War.
The following day, show cars took part in the Tour d’Elegance on the Las Vegas Strip, which saw them make their way down Las Vegas Boulevard.