Joining more than 200 real cars at The Quail : A Motorsport Gathering next Friday.

We are definitely looking forward to this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance taking into account it will be the venue where Mercedes-Maybach will unveil an ultra-luxurious, extra-long coupe. BMW will bring an updated 2002 Hommage concept and Elvis’ restored 507, so there are enough reasons to attend the show. In total, you will be able to check out more than 200 cars joined by Kellen Silverthorn’s 12-piece exhibit of automotive stone sculpture.

All sculptures are going to represent a wide variety of rare vehicles, ranging from the 1930s Auto Union Streamliner to the more recent Koenigsegg Regera. The exhibit will include all colors of the rainbow, as well as white, black, and grey. The size of the sculptures will vary between 21 to 31 inches (53 to 78 centimeters) in length and the pieces will weigh from 40 to 80 pounds (18 to 36 kilograms), depending on model.

According to Silverthorn, each sculpture takes ‘countless hours of intricate hand finishing, and painstaking inlays interwoven with the very latest in computer-aided milling robotics.” We checked their website and discovered the mighty Bugatti Veyron has also been replicated in stone, along with the Ferrari FXX, Aston Martin One-77, and the gorgeous Lamborghini Miura.

The Quail: A Motorsport Gathering will take place on August 19 during the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

Source: Kellen Silverthorn Sculptures

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