The Museum’s 1908 Bailey Electric Victoria Phaeton was invited to show in the Early Electrics class, where judges awarded it “Most Well-Preserved Pre-War Vehicle” on the show field.
The car was not entered in the competition, but Concours judges nevertheless singled it out as an exceptional example.
“Electric cars have a long and unique history, and we’re honored to share Isabel’s favorite car on the west coast,” said LAAM Executive Director Sheldon Steele of the car’s invitation to the Concours.
Now in its 70th year, the Pebble Beach Concours is the premier American collector car event, and one of the most prestigious automotive competitions. Concours entries are governed by the…