Although there was an incredible selection of cars to choose from, Best of Show at this year's Pebble went to Robert M. Lee's 1931 Daimler Double-Six 50 Corsica Drophead Coupe. One of only 4 ever produced (presumably because lettering was too expensive in the Depression era), this Daimler helped Mr. Lee capture his first ever Best of Show trophy.

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Just like at Westminster's Dog Show, the finalists were lined up and then the winner was indicated by a pointing finger before rolling up and being showered by confetti.






Besides the crystal trophy and assorted other trinkets every millionaire needs to win, Bob gains bragging rights for at least a year, and gets to see the value of his Double-Six double.



To most that know him, Bob is also a Ferrari guy, having purchased a rather remarkable special F-car half a century ago.



That car was a show car he bought for $9,500 from Enzo himself. Mr. Lee's 1956 250 GT Boano Cabriolet placed third in the Ferrari Grand Touring class, and Bob himself received a special recognition and present from Ferrari team boss, Jean Todt.



While attending the unveiling of Ferrari's new 599 GTB, Bob asked if they were giving him the new car and without missing a beat, Jean Todt stepped in and said he'd gladly exchange it for Bob's "50-year-old one."

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