Pioneer Auto Show's 1905 Fiat Wins Big at Art of the Concours
– By Pioneer Auto Museum
Kansas City, MO – The 1905 Fiat from Murdo, SD has won the Chairman's Award at the world famous Art of the Concours in Kansas City on June 22, 2014.
Of the 220 cars assembled at the show field on June 22 at the Kansas City Art Institute, the Fiat earned the honor of the Chairman's Award. The Art of the Car Concours is unique in that there are no classes or judges. Marshall Miller, Concours founder and chairman, recognized the unique significance of this special automobile.
Awards at this concours are chosen by sponsors, the public and the organizers. The awards are designed by Kansas City Art Institute faculty and alumni; and it is held as a benefit for the Kansas City Art Institute scholarship fund. The vehicles range from pre-war Grand Classics, to motorcycles, sports cars, exotics and pedal cars.
Dave Geisler, owner of Pioneer Auto Show says, "We are so proud to add this award to the Fiat's collection. This makes the Fiat four for four in awards for each concours it has been shown."
From Pebble Beach, Tacoma, Belgium, and now Kansas City, Pioneer Auto Show's 1905 Fiat is catching the attention of automobile collectors and car enthusiasts alike.
About Pioneer Auto Show
With more than 300 vintage cars, trucks and motorcycles, the Pioneer Auto Show & Prairie Town is one of the largest, privately-owned auto shows open to the public with 42 buildings of exhibits, 60 tractors, 60 motorcycles, toys, animations & music machines and an entire Prairie Town. The famed South Dakota car museum also carries a wide range of antique collectibles and a famous collection of Zeitner rocks, gems and fossils.