Classic cars on display at Alderwood-Terrace's Rotary Club's sixth annual Concours d'Elegance show

This 2008 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione was one of only 500 produced between 2007-2010. David Smith of Medina is the owner.

The weather was perfect and the cars were shining at the sixth annual Concours d’Elegance car show hosted by the Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Club Saturday afternoon at the Lynnwood Golf Course.

Sixty hand-picked cars including Bentleys, Rolls Royces, Packards, Mercedes, and some of the most exotic Italian cars were on display for car enthusiasts.

Proceeds from the event will benefit youth organizations and the club’s service projects.

Here is a look at some of the cars that were on display.

This 1962 Kellison Couple is owned by Russell Roberts of Lynnwood (left). The 1962 Kellison Body is placed over a C-4 Corvette chassis.
This 1979 BMW M1 Pro Car 456 is one of BMW’s rarest cars. It was one of two BASF cars that raced in the Pro Car Series in 1979-80. The owners are Peter and Jennifer Gleason of Seattle.
This 1934 Auburn 8504 Cabriolet originally cost $1,045. It is driven regularly by owner Roy Loe of Greenbank, Wash.
This 1932 Packard 900 Couple/Roadster is one of only 50 left from the original run of 1,000. Kim Pierce and Normal Sola Pierce of Edmonds are the owners.
This 1951 Lancia Aurelia B21 Berllina was one of only 1,118 produced. William Stebbins of Clinton is the owner.
This is a 1958 Fiat 600 Multiple Micro Van. Andrea Papudopoli of Forest Grove, Ore. is the owner.
This 1938 Alfa Romeo S-11 Corto Open Touring Spider was the poster car for this year’s event. It is owned by David Smith of Medina.


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