10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance

The inaugural 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance was hosted at the Commons Park on the shores of Lake Minnetonka in Excelsior. The event featured more than 100 rare and valuable cars.

The concours is the first of its kind in Minnesota and is different than other cars shows on the basis of the cars participating were selected by judges. All proceeds went to a local nonprofit. Here are some shots from the day.

A 1935 Packard Sedan was one of the many rare and vintage cars that were part of the inaugural 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance drew hundreds June 2 at the Commons in Excelsior. More than 100 rare and valuable cars from a variety of different areas graced the shores of Lake Minnetonka. The show was invite-only, and is the first of its kind in Minnesota. (Sun staff photo by Chris Dillmann)

A 1935 Packard Sedan was one of the many rare and vintage cars that were part of the inaugural 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance drew hundreds June 2 at the Commons in Excelsior. More than 100 rare and valuable cars from a variety of different areas graced the shores of Lake Minnetonka. The show was invite-only, and is the first of its kind in Minnesota. (Sun staff photo by Chris Dillmann)

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5 Responses to 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance

  1. C Money says:

    Good stuff…. makes me long for the days when they paid people like you to shoot photos for Sun Newspapers.

  2. Reblogged this on Kristi Weinstock – Real Estate and commented:
    Proud sponsor of this event!

  3. I wish I had known about this show before it took place rather than after. What a bummer! I’m enjoying the virtual tour through your photos.

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