Spy Follow-Up: North Street Garage Wins at Pebble Beach

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This 1916 Locomobile Model 38 Collapsible Cabriolet was hidden away for over 80 years and is in remarkable unrestored condition. It was originally owned by Mary Ridgely Brown, the daughter of Maryland Governor Frank Brown. It took home the FIVA/HVA...

One of the Spy’s most popular article so far this year was back in May when we spotted an extremely rare 1916 Locomobile being brought into the North Street Garage to get a beauty treatment after sitting idle for eighty years.

Now the Spy has discovered that the same car just took home a prestigious Preservation Award at the Pebble Beach Concours a few weeks ago.

The 1916 Locomobile Model 38 Collapsible Cabriolet was not only hidden away for eight decades; it was formerly owned by Mary Ridgely Brown,  the daughter of Maryland Governor Frank Brown.

We hope the car comes back to North Street when it goes in for routine maintenance service in 2097.

 

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  1. Congratulations North Street Garage!! We would love to have this unusual find exhibited at the Classic Motor Museum sometime!

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