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With tickets for the 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance running $350 on the day of the posh event, attending isn't a cheap proposition. Although for those willing to roll out of bed early to stake out a spot, the Pebble Beach Tour d'Elegance is probably the best bargain of all of Monterey Car Week's lavish, automotive festivities. Practically every gorgeous vehicle parking on the golf course on Sunday arrives for this morning journey around the Monterey Peninsula's picturesque seaside roads. Making the whole affair even better, people actually get to hear these million-dollar (or more) machines roar, rather than just see them sit in static display.

This year's tour didn't disappoint with the usual assemblage of fantastic automobiles. In fact, it's likely the best moving motoring museum that someone could ever witness. Whether your tastes tend towards vintage European sports cars from Ferrari and Mercedes-Benz, pre-war behemoths, or American classics, then there's definitely something to see in the gallery above.

At the end of the driver's NorCal jaunt, they end up in the little town of Carmel-by-the-Sea to show off the vintage cars to the public. The videos below give a great idea of the big crowds that arrive to check out the machines. Plus, you actually get to hear the sublime cacophony of so many classics motoring around together.

2015 Pebble Beach Tour D'Elegance 1/4 | Autoblog Short Cuts


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