It has been an action packed month with the AHCA Conclave, the Road America vintage races and the Concours of America.

Happy to report that everyone survived the extreme heat and humidity of the Conclave and returned to Wisconsin’s cooler weather. So cool at Road America we were wearing jackets and driver’s had some personal best times ever!

Scott McQueen’s Austin-Healey two seater/tricarb took a reserve award Saturday night in the streetcar concours at Elkhart Lake. The factory old english white hardtop just glowed and really made the Healey blue pop. Competition in the class was really tough and the Healey lost to a 1962 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato which
took Best of Show on Sunday.

Healey blue was the winning color again the following weekend at the Concours of America held at St. John’s in Michigan. Ginny and Don Curtes factory built 100M won the Lion Award in the Sports Car pre 1959 class. Competition was really stiff with a 1957 Lancia B24S taking top honors and a 1955 Ferrari 375 Plus winning the Chairman’s Award.

Congratulations and thanks to everyone who attended, raced and competed!!!!



Thank you Jessica Johnk for photos of Elkhart - see more of her work at



Ginny and Don Curtes with their award winning 100M at the Concours of America at St. John’s in Plymouth, MI

Scott McQueen and Tom Kovacs after acceptng the reserve trophy at the street car concours in Elkhart Lake, WI