Apparently based on a 1936 Mercedes Benz 500K roadster. I searched Google, and this car has won awards in the "handbuilt" class, in other recent car shows.
Placard in windshield says "1936 Benzino", and until zooming-in on the photo - I hadn't noticed the matchbox-sized toy car sitting on the convertible top.
1931 Ford Model A
1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo
1968 Shelby Mustang
I love the red switch-covers, and the "Remove before flying" streamer.
1947 Ford Panel truck (custom)
1955 Buick Century
The metal trim on the dash & doors was interesting.
1965 Shelby Cobra 427 SC
A Packard convertible, but I don't know which year/model.
Edsel with automated hard-top. Another Ford in the background with the same design. A third Ford with this type of roof is just to the left of the Edsel.
Interesting to see the "bin" that holds a few, small suitcases - but leaving a lot of space for the roof.
This was the third Ford with the solid "drop-top".
1955 Chevy Bel Air
1955 Oldsmobile Holiday 88
I like the full-width pull-strap on the back of the front seat - so people in the backseat can pull themselves across the big, bench seat.
T-bird convertible - with "Drive In" speakers added for that nostalgic feel...
1959 Cadillac. Look at that grill & bumper.
Look at those fins & bumper.
1958 Chevy Impala
1955 Ford Sunliner
This MG was in the "retired race car" section. The owner started the engine and rev'd it a few times.
1939 Chevy Master 85. Placard says Chevy made coupe-pickups from 1936 to 1942, and this was one of only 1,264 made.
I really liked the color on this 1955 Crown Victoria. Tough to get a good shot, due to the shade from the trees.
I like the red plastic at the base of the antenna. I assume it lights-up?
Appears to have a one-piece carbon-fiber cover for the entire top of the engine.
1938 Ford Model A
Almost didn't catch that this was purple [plum?] until the Sun came out of the clouds.
License plate is "PLUMKN"
I liked the etched wind-wings on this car. The one on the passenger side is visible just to the right of the steering-wheel.
1935 Packard V12
1937 Packard V12
Chevy Bel Air
The trunk on this thing seems to go on forever, especially when viewed from the rear.
Scary to see the headlights on this 1928 Packard. No wonder the driver has a spot-light mounted by the windshield.
1928 Packard. Darn tree...
I hadn't noticed some of drop-top Packards at the show had this type of storage compartment, until I saw this.
Detail of hood ornament & radiator cap on the 1928 Packard.
Makes you realize how bad headlights and/or any night-driving was - when you see all the headlights on this 1928 Packard.
1928 Packard. Mirror on the spare tire, and a spotlight for the driver.
Wind-wings for the front and rear seats. Wooden frame for the convertible top.
1949 Packard Super 8
The inside door-handles are just white, ball-shaped knobs?
A Rolls Royce club had some of there cars at the show.
1941 Graham Hollywood
1951 Allard K2. This didn't have an award the first time I saw it.
But it had a ribbon later in the afternoon.
1935 Packard 120
The "Pink Lady". Even the air-cleaner housing is pink...
1956 Ford Fairlane
Top was up the first time I saw it.
Top was down the 2nd time.
1948 Buick Roadmaster. Spotlight for the driver. Big, round clock for the passenger.
Very nice woodwork on this one.
Detail near a hinge for the trunk.
Interesting dash - with a big center console.
More detail of the wood, above the license plate.
1934 Chrysler. Fold-down windshield, and center-hinged doors.
A Yellowstone Tour bus?