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RANDY ANDORKO, 56, of Elk Grove shows off the engine of his 1963 Austin Healy at the Niello Concours at Serrano. Andorko said he paid $600 for the car when he was in high school and he estimates its value today to be $70,000 to $100,000. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum

Derek Gilchrist, 73, and wife Phyllis, 64, of Lincoln drive their 1956 Jaguar 140 MC SE to the winners circle at Sunday's Niello Concours at Serrano. The Gilchrists took second place in their automotive class. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum
Jerry Franchi, 69, of Rescue gives his 1961 Cadillac Convertible a mid-day polish at the Niello Concours at Serrano in El Dorado Hills Sunday. The Niello Concours benefits the The Concours Foundation a nonprofit organization that provides grants and funding to Sacramento area charities based on community needs. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum
Randy Andorko, 56, of Elk Grove shows off the engine of his 1963 Austin Healy at the Niello Concours at Serrano. Andorko said he paid $600 for the car when he was in high school and he estimates its value today to be $70,000 to $100,000. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum
The 1958 Renault 4CV entry of Ken Reynolds and Catherine Taylor of El Dorado Hills. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum
THE 1929 Pierce Arrow Convertible Coup owned by Joe Hensler of Fair Oaks is reflected in the hub cap of a 1937 Cord 812 Beverly owned by Dick Schoener of Sacramento. Village Life photo by Krysten Kellum

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