Between the auctions, races, parties, tours and concours, there are literally thousands of fascinating vehicles in Pebble Beach and the surrounding area during that week in August, and it is considered a must-attend event for anyone with a love for the classics. As always, some of the comments tend to conflict with the massive traffic on these posts and so we try to strike a delicate balance between adequate coverage and overdoing it. We think we found that balance this year, and although there were approximately 20,000 photos available to us between the photographers we had on hand and those who offered to contribute to the cause, we managed to keep it under a thousand amongst a dozen or so posts.
For those who hoped for even more, here's a final gallery from the main event, the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. We covered the winner and showed you some of The Tour, but didn't really show you much of the 180 or so top-level restorations and unbelievable preservations on the 18th fairway at the Pebble Beach Golf Links. Well, wait no more. If it's not your cup of tea, feel free to re-read a favorite older post until the next post comes along in a half hour or so. Perhaps you can leave an insightful comment you've been meaning to post, or maybe just sit back and listen to one of our podcasts until then.
Just know that we appreciate ALL of our readers and hope to offer something for all groups within this enormous automotive enthusiast population. Thanks again to Drew Phillips, and Mark Steiman, who added their incredible photography to our own humble efforts this year, and to Duane Steiner for his help with our videos. Now, for those who are still with us, sit back and enjoy a tour of Pebble 2007, from Dawn Patrol to crowning he Best of Show. You'll see a large selection of Aston Martins, Duesenbergs, Cords, Auburns and '32 Fords in the gallery because those were featured groupings.