1933 Continental Flyer, as it wins Second Place at the Glenmoor Gathering of Significant Automobiles. Barry and Glynette Wolk, owners.
The final tally for 2011—Four. Featured in four car shows this season, this beautiful little car took home four trophies! This Continental Flyer won second place in the Hagerty Youth Judging at the Concourse of America, formerly Meadow Brook; second place at the Glenmoor Gathering of Significant Automobiles; Best Unrestored Vehicle at Krasl Art Center Concours; and Best of Class at the Orphan Car Show in Ypsilanti. I couldn't be happier for my friends, Barry and Glynette!
Long-time readers of this blog will recognize this car. It's the newest addition to Barry's and Glynette's "Continental Collection." Found nearby in Essex, Connecticut, now living in Michigan, this three-owner sedan remains in excellent, largely original condition 78 years after it was built. To read an earlier post about this car, click here.