The Rodeo Drive Committee again held its annual Father's Day Concours D'Elegance this past Sunday. A seminal Beverly Hills event, this year's theme was "Cars of California". Nearly 100 woodies, convertibles, vintage and classic cars lined the pavement of this swanky Beverly Hills street. Henrik Fisker might not be a California native, but his coachbuilding company is based in Irvine and so it was fitting to honor them with the show's first ever Rodeo Drive Award for Automotive Excellence. Estimates say 30,000 people were on hand to see the Latigo and Tramanto, as well as several dozen other classic and exotic autos. Always a special show because of its location, the cars are almost secondary to the glitz and glamour of Rodeo Drive. A huge gallery of pics were provided by our friend, Duane Steiner. Click on any image here to see the whole lot, and check out the read link to see some of Duane's other event coverage at SoCalSpeedZone.com, including videos of a recent charity run that featured about 100 Ferraris on a CHP-led drive to Santa Barbara.
All photos © 2007 Autoblog.com/Duane Steiner