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2023 Hillsborough Concours d'Elegance
"Best of Show" Elegance & Sport

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We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Aaron and Valerie Weiss from San Marino, Ca. esteemed recipients of the highly coveted "Best of Show" - Elegance award at the 67th annual Hillsborough Concours d'Elegance. Their resplendent 1929 Duesenberg Model J triumphed amidst a remarkable field of competitors.

We also applaud Phil White from Portola Valley, Ca., whose possession of the exceedingly rare 1955 O.S.C.A Sports Racing Special earned him the inaugural "Best of Show" - Sport accolade. These well-deserved victories exemplify their unwavering commitment to automotive excellence.


For 67 years, The Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance has built and maintained a proud tradition of honoring and celebrating excellence in automotive design and engineering. The dedication of the Concours leadership and volunteers, pride of its entrants, and devotion of its attendees has earned Hillsborough the proud record as the longest continually running Concours in the world.


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Together with the Town of Hillsborough, we have established the Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

The charities to benefit from our net proceeds are:



AbilityPath has been a cornerstone of our community for 100 years, providing a lifespan of support services to individuals with special needs and developmental disabilities in the greater Bay Area. With educational, therapeutic, vocational, and family support services, they are distinctive in providing support to an individual throughout their lifetime. AbilityPath is able to bring the highest quality services to the children, youth, and adults in their programs. Working to create a world where people of all abilities are fully accepted, respected, and included in all aspects of life – in the classroom, the workplace, and in our communities - “Turning Disabilities into Possibilities.”


The Guardsmen

In 1947 a group of young San Francisco professionals, who were to become known as The Guardsmen, joined together to help disadvantaged children in the Bay Area.  With more than 60 years of service to Bay Area youth, and more than 60 years of friendship and camaraderie as an all-volunteer organization, The Guardsmen will continue to build on its heritage, ever-mindful of the changing and expanding needs of at-risk youth, and their importance to our future.


Hillsborough Schools Foundation

HSF was one of the first nonprofit public school foundations in the country, a leader in the movement to secure private funding for public schools. For 30 years, the parents and neighbors of Hillsborough have supported HSF, creating one of the most successful public school foundations in the nation, supporting all areas of our schools’ curriculum.  HSF is now a crucial part of the Hillsborough City School District’s (HCSD) funding

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