Atlanta Concours d’Elegance has successful run at Tyler Perry Studios

The Atlanta Concours d’Elegance showcased some of the most amazing cars in the world on the historic grounds of the Fort McPherson army base at Tyler Perry Studios earlier this month.

The event boasted a field of cars and categories as diverse as the several thousand attendees that enjoyed the two-day event.

Singer and actress Vanessa Williams, the daughters of the ‘Godfather of Soul’ James Brown and American financial literacy entrepreneur John Hope Bryant, all played a role in honoring the cars of iconic African Americans.

In addition, two very special vintage vehicles – 1937 Packard 1507 Twelve Coupe Roadster (owned by Stephen Plaster of Lebanon, Mo.) and 1954 Mercedes Benz 300 SL (owned by Mark Richey of Commerce) – accepted ‘Best of Show’ honors in the American and European Classes.