Winners!

2018 Festival Winners

2018 American Concours People’s Choice Award Winner: William St Clair’s 1929 Rolls Royce of America

2018 International Concours People’s Choice Award Winner: Jack Kahler’s 1930 MG 1212 Brooklands Racer

2018 Motorcycle Concours People’s Choice Award Winner: John Weber’s 1929 Henderson Model KJ with Sidecar

2018 “Car Photo” Contest Winner: Robert Madson

$250 Cash Prize sponsored by  Property Management of Telluride

2018 “Landscape Photo” Contest Winner: David Dillow

$250 Cash Prize sponsored by  Property Management of Telluride

Million Dollar Highway Road Rally Winner:

Blake Martinsen

Custom jewelry piece sponsored by Omi Prive and Gold & Smoke

2017 Festival Winners

2017 American Concours People’s Choice Award Winner: Chuck & Ginger Freeman with their 1955 Mercury Montclair Convertible

2017 International Concours People’s Choice Award Winner: Dan Beck with his 1957 Alamo Beige MGA

2017 Motorcycle Concours People’s Choice Award Winner: Michael Bohnmaier with the 1914 Feilbach Limited

2017 Cool Cars on Colorado Saturday’s People’s Choice Award Winner: Lance Green with his 1957 Chevy Pickup

2017 Million Dollar Highway Road Rally Winner: Jim Fisher (with Teagan Longtine, James Sanny and Logan Johnson) driving his 2009 Maserati Quattroporte, $10,000 in custom gems & jewelry sponsored by Omni Prive and Dolce

2017 Photo Contest Winners:
Michelle Madd: Landscape Photo

$250 cash prize sponsored by Box Canyon Bicycles

 

 

2017 Photo Contest Winners:
Wayne Emmons: Car Photo

$250 cash prize sponsored by Box Canyon Bicycle

2017 Medallion Hunt Winner: Scott Jussell, Winner of $500 in cash sponsored by Property Management of Telluride

  1. They come for the colors, and they come for the cars. People enjoy the history, and they also enjoy the mystery. Telluride is full of both, and that’s for certain. When you find the medallion, you will not be hurtin’. Search in the sun, but better in the shade. Find the right spot, and you will have it made.
  1. From miners to skiers, we have a good time. Folks live life to the fullest, while still in their prime. The town was divided, between sunny and shady. Where there were working men, there was always a working lady.
  1. By now you have guessed on which side of town, if you look even harder, you might see the crown. When you watch a sad movie, you have a good cry. Sometimes you eat popcorn, to make time go by. We live in a society, of good women and men. If you ever get the blues, you’ll cheer up again.

The medallion was hidden at the Good Time Society sporting house on S. Spruce st. and E. Pacific st.