It should come as no surprise that health concerns have cancelled the 2020 Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance but that shouldn't stop us from wishing we were there. So tell us what car you'd like to see traverse the perfectly manicured grounds of Pebble, but we want WRONG ANSWERS only!
As an example, here's a possible right answer: 1934 Delage D8 Sports Tourer
And here's a wrong answer: Nash Metropolitan
So remember, wrong answers only!
The Dale! I lived near the company "headquarters" back in the day, in Studio City California. I still have a perfectly preserved promotional poster of that fine vehicle.
The cars that have graced the lawn in the past; but in the condition before they were restored. The contrast of rust against the pristine green grass would be beautiful.
A 1929 Rolls Royce with a purple velvet interior, fuzzy steering wheel, and a 10,000 watt bass-boomer stereo shoved in the back. I only submit this because I actually saw one of these at a show. My gut still hurts a little when I think about it.
My companies oldest work van. 2007 Ford E250 extended cargo van with all interior racks, shelves, and dual ladder rack. This van has had may hundreds of hours of body modifications giving the "look" of tools denting the outer panels from the inside. The 4 factory hub caps that don't match at all is what people are trying to do with socks these days. One owner!
My Mom's 1949 Nash Landau Convertible.
Maroon (purple), Yellow wheels and no front bumper.
Dad found it in a neighbors yard. Splashed out a dollar for it, towed it to the Flying A gas station. They got it running (sort of...) and Mom drove it for about four years. Said it was better than walking.
This was actually not true if you were 16 with a brand new drivers license and wanted to be cool.....
On The Green at Pebble Beach though.....!!!
What could be more wrong than a 7-1/2 ton 1943 Federal 606 all wheel drive truck with an 855 cubic inch Hercules 6 cylinder engine ? And if the battery is dead you can start it with a hand cranked inertia starter.