|CONCOURS OF ELEGANCE 2016 CELEBRATES MORE THAN 200 YEARS OF COACHBUILT LUXURY|
|◾From Her Majesty The Queen's 1800s Ascot Landau, coachbuilt by Hooper, to the 2016 Touring Supeleggera Disco Volante Spider, Concours of Elegance celebrates 200 years of coachbuilding
◾Some of the most amazing models from history's most legendary coachbuilders, including Pininfarina, Zagato and Saoutchik are on display at Concours of Elegance
◾Sixty of the world's rarest cars will be parked in Windsor Castle's glorious Quadrangle from 2-4 September, as more than 1000 other exotic cars feature...[Read more...]|
|FULL CONCOURS CAR ENTRY LIST FOR 2016 NOW CONFIRMED|
|CONCOURS OF ELEGANCE AT WINDSOR CASTLE: THE WORLD'S RAREST CARS IN ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST EXCLUSIVE SETTINGS
Revered Concours Steering Committee reveals final list of 60 cars that will enter the 2016 Concours of Elegance at Windsor Castle in September
◾These sixty cars make up the 'Main Concours' event, held in the exclusive Quadrangle at Windsor Castle
◾Concours of Elegance will also bring a further 1000 of the world's most collectible cars to Windsor Castle in a celebration of Her...[Read more...]|
|A DECADE OF STYLE: MAGNIFICENT MERCEDES OF THE 1930S LEADS BONHAMS SALE|
|Bonhams Mercedes-Benz sale is led by fashionable automobiles of the sensational 1930s, headed by a rare 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500 K Cabriolet, estimated at 6,000,000-7,000,000.
The 1935 Mercedes-Benz 500 K Cabriolet was displayed at the 1935 Paris Auto Show as a mere chassis, and despite its stripped down state, was purchased straight off the stand. This swift acquisition was down to some good-natured rivalry between friends, Dr. Charles Crocker, and Lawrence Copley Thaw, which resulted ...[Read more...]|
|Postwar Ferrari Named Best of Show at 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance|
| ||1954 Ferrari 375 MM Scaglietti Coupe Named 'Best of Show'
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (August 17, 2014) -- Excited cheers echoed across the 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links Sunday when a 1954 Ferrari 375 MM Scaglietti Coupe was named Best of Show at the 64th annual Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. The car, owned by Jon Shirley of Medina, Washington, was the first postwar car to take the top award at the prestigious event in nearly five decades. It was also the first Ferrari to win.
|Last Mercer Will Compete At Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance|
|When the Pebble Beach Motoring Classic commences on August 7, Johnny Crowell will don his leather cap and goggles and settle in behind the wheel of his 1925 Mercer Series 6 Raceabout -- the last Mercer ever to exit the factory.
The Roebling family along with designer Finley Robertson Porter debuted the Mercer Raceabout Type 35R in 1911. The result was one of the most admired sports cars of the early era: a stripped-down, two-seat speedster designed to be driven fast. By 1925, they had perfec...[Read more...]|