On October 15th, Lisa and Jim Hendrix were the last one's left in their section of the lots. In the world of top level concours, the winner only knows they've won when they are told and when you when the top prize of "Best in Show", you are the very last to know. With so many beautiful cars both pre and post war era, you can't be sure you're entrant will make the grade. The day ended well for the Hendrix. They won "Best in Show" and this is the third top honor for this automobile, the 1935 SS1.
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The Concours D’Elegance is a juried competition among vintage, historic and classic cars, scrutinized by an expert panel of concours judges. This stellar Sunday event includes a display of more than 100 significant classic automobiles, reviewed and accepted by the CMF Concours Committee. The Concours d’Elegance is held on the streets of beautiful downtown Chattanooga’s West Village. The streets are closed from any vehicle traffic to allow guests to walk freely amongst these works of art. Spectators enjoy up-close views of some very rare, historically significant automobiles.