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1903 Columbia Columbia
1903 Columbia Columbia
1903 Packard Model F
1907 Packard Model 30 Touring
1910 American Underslung Touring
1910 E-M-F Model 30
1910 E-M-F Model 30
1911 Lozier Briarwood Sport Touring
1911 Pierce-Arrow Model 48 Touring
1912 Abbott-Detroit Model 44 Touring
1920 Mercer Series 5
1921 Farman Super Sport Torpedo
1921 Farman Super Sport Torpedo
1921 Farman Super Sport Torpedo
1921 Hispano-Suiza H6B Torpedo Tourer
1921 Hispano-Suiza H6B Torpedo Tourer
1921 Hispano-Suiza H6B Torpedo Tourer
1923 Kissel Model 6-45 Speedster
1924 Alfa Romeo RLSS - TF  Zagato Torpedo
1924 Cadillac Series V-63 Phaeton
1926 Pierce-Arrow Roadster
1926 Pierce-Arrow Roadster
1926 Pierce-Arrow Roadster
1926 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Tourer
1927 Kissel 8-65 Speedster
1927 Voisin C7 sedan
1927 Voisin C7 sedan
1927 Voisin C7 sedan
1929 Du Pont Model G Speedster
1929 Du Pont Model G Speedster
1930 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 by Zagato
1930 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 by Zagato
1930 Bugatti T 40 Drophead coupe by Tomas
1930 Bugatti T 40 Drophead coupe by Tomas
1930 Bugatti T 40 Drophead coupe by Tomas

Since Alfa Romeo was the featured marque, the 2007 Meadow Brook Concours had a comprehensive selection of Alfas from the 1930s through 1960s. Obscure brands such as Farman and Voisin vied for attention with better known manufacturers Hispano-Suiza, Delahaye, Mercedes-Benz, and Rolls-Royce. Sport car entries from DeTomaso, Maserati, and Ferrari fulfilled the need for Italian exotics that no Concours can do without. Despite the overcast weather that temporarily dampened spirits, the 2007 Meadow Brook Concours was one of the best in recent memory.