Hilton Head Island Concours 2009 Microcar Class results

The Hilton Head Island Concours once again had a MICROCARS class (thanks to J.C.O’Steen).
Invited participants included:

1938 American Bantam Boulevard Delivery -owner: Mark & Hilary Becker
1940 Bantam Riviera – owner: Buster & Brenda Tankersley
1952 Crosley Super Sport – owner: Ken Cahill
1954 Rovin D4 – owner: Lane Motor Museum
1956 BMW Isetta Bubble Window cabrio – owner: J.C. O’Steen
1957 BMW Isetta – owner: Frank Rabino Collection
1958 Messerschmitt KR201 – owner: Mac Jones
1959 New Map Solyto – owner: Lane Motor Museum
1960 FMR Tg500 – owner: Ralph & Wendy Hough
1960 Messerschmitt KR200 – owner: Buster & Brenda Tankersley

Best of Class went to Ken Cahill’s Crosley Super Sport
Palmetto Awards went to Mac Jones’ KR201 and Frank Rabino Collection’s BMW Isetta

As more Microcars are being restored to a higher standard and they are getting recognized by more automotive enthusiasts and collectors, expect to see more Vintage Microcars at Concours events across the USA in the future.

One Response to “Hilton Head Island Concours 2009 Microcar Class results”

  1. Dave Anspach Says:

    Congratulations to Ken Cahill on the class win and to Mac Jones and Frank Rabino for the Palmetto awards. Again this year the microcars made a fine showing at Hilton Head. I am told the microcar class will be done again next year. Please consider entering you vehicle for consideration to show. They are looking for a variety of different microcars. I can assure you that the staff at Hilton Head will treat you and your car just as nicely as they do the million dollar cars on display. You will not be disappointed by your trip there. Hotels are relatively reasonable and a wide variety of food and entertainment are available in the area. If you have any questions I can answer, feel free to contact me through the Crosley Auto Club web page.

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