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101 Photos Of The Breathtaking 2016 Amelia Island Concours

By Petrolicious Productions
March 14, 2016
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Photography By Nate Stevens

The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance is one of those places where even the most jaded of car enthusiast will have a hard time knowing where to look.

Do you spend an hour oogling over this year’s Cars of Hans Stuck Class, featuring a number of racing machines from his illustrious career, or the classic Pegaso sports cars that have been sent from around the world to be judged?

There’s the otherworldly Rust Heinz-designed—yes, that Heinz—Phantom Corsair, classic IndyCars, Porsche 962s… And if you really had trouble knowing what to spend your time on, there was a well-named Trophy Cars Class that had as its highlight Ferrari’s first Le Mans-winning machine, the 1949 166 MM Barchetta by Touring.

What car featured at Amelia Island would you have given a trophy to?

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Guerrero Ethel
Guerrero Ethel
11 months ago

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Dennis
Dennis
5 years ago

I’ve seen nice cars around, but these are all classics. Even sports analysts couldn’t be a critic of this. Simply beautiful!

mikemiessler
mikemiessler
6 years ago

It was such an overwhelmingly special event! This was my first year attending and shooting it. Its great to see some other interpretations of the same cars I got to shoot. too. Seeing another photographer picking up on lines and details I missed. Truly awesome! Thanks guys!

Kirt Barnes
Kirt Barnes
6 years ago

It was a beautiful weekend for the event. Great to see all these cars gathered in one place.

Kirt Barnes
Kirt Barnes
6 years ago
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Great display from Lamboghini

Clayton Merchant
Clayton Merchant
6 years ago

Love the Pegaso Z-102, for as few cars as they made in the ’50’s, they sure had some beautiful and creative designs on that chassis.

Bryan Dickerson
Bryan Dickerson
6 years ago

Thank you for the beautiful pics!
Also, as much as I love the detail shots, it is gratifying that you got some full profiles and 3/4 shots in there too. Man can not live on appetizers alone.

Luca
Luca
6 years ago

I was about to write the same thing; every Petrolicious article has 1 full photo or so, and all the others are annoying crops, always too tight.