Peter Hageman is the chief judge for the Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance. He inherited his love of vintage cars from his father, acquiring his first car, a 1927 Packard, when he was just thirteen years old. He has been a regional Chairman of the Bentley Driver’s Club and a judge at numerous concours events around the world. Peter was on the forefront of the now popular preservation class concept in automotive collecting and he serves on the selection committee and is the Chief Class Judge in the Preservation Class at the Pebble Beach Concours. He is one of the Founders of the Kirkland Concours, sits on the advisory committee at the LeMay Museum, and he attends events all over the globe including concours, rallies, and tours. His son Paul is a past guest here on Cars Yeah.
“Deal with things and people you respect and like.”
Trying to raise a family while running his own antique business.
Discovering the importance of the preservation concept of collector cars.
FIRST SPECIAL CAR
A 1927 Packard
BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE
Buy the best.
GREAT AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCE
Vintage Bentley Cars – www.vintagebentleys.org
The Kings of the Road – Ken Purdy
Authenticity. Buy real things and work with real people.
HOW TO FIND PETER
Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance – Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance
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