This year the Memory Lane exhibit at the Miami International Auto Show was back in an old familiar setting: Hall D at the Miami Beach Convention Center where the first Memory Lane show was displayed. This year we have a great collection worthy of the tradition, including a 1935 SS 1, the predecessor of the Jaguar, a 1959 Jaguar Mark IX, a 1980 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am, a 1931 Ford Model A Phaeton, and the newest member of the antique community, a 1992 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1. Take a look at all of them. Thank you to all the members who displayed their cars.
To our volunteers, thank you for your time spent watching over our members cars during the show, and a special thank you to Ken Hilton for being there every day as our security supervisor.
– Bob Squier Volunteer Coordinator
By Philip Williams
Photos by Ira Shapiro, Bob Squier and Philip Williams
Here are the award winners. There are three awards – only one to a vehicle. One from the Amelia Concours D’Elegance; one form the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance, and Best of Show from the South Florida Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America. Here they are.
The Amelia Concours D’Elegance winner a 1935 Swallow Coach Building – SS1 Coupe.Mel Mann accepts the award for owner Eduardo Zavala from Chris Brewer, Director of Public Relations.
The Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance winner a 1959 Jaguar Mark IX.Guy Lewis accepts the award from Larry MacPherson while Mel Mann looks on.
The South Florida Region winner a 1980 Pontiac Trans Am Turbo Pace Car owned by Carlos Heredia.
The rest of the show.