Newport, Rhode Island is synonymous with history, luxury and sport.
It is home to the first U.S. Tennis Championship, the first international polo match and has been a central part of the America’s Cup. Nothing is more luxurious than the sprawling mansions — referred to as “cottages’ by their initial owners — that line select streets.
The inaugural Audrain’s Newport Concours Motor Week, held October 3-6, continued this theme. Jay Leno served as Chairman and SCM’s own Donald Osborne Read More
This year’s Crescent Beach Concours, held August 31 at Blackie Spit Park in Surrey, BC, saw 100 cars compete for recognition as the best in their respective classes just a stone’s throw from the Pacific Ocean.
This year’s Most Elegant Pre-War award winner was Frank Daly’s 1937 Packard V12 Convertible Sedan, while the Most Elegant Post-War award was given to Ken Berrecloth’s 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II.
The Elegance in Motion award went to the Kruissen Family’s 1959 Ford Galaxie Read More
Over 100 classic cars were on display at the Cobble Beach Golf Link Resort on September 14 and 15 for the 7th Annual Cobble Beach Concours Weekend. Top honors of the event went to Robert S. Jepson, Jr’s 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet.
The car was originally built for Max Gumpel — a Swedish Olympian swimmer who won medals for his country in the 1912 and 1920 Olympics. The Norrmalm body, built in Stockholm, featured a siren, a unique mascot Read More
Fred and Sue Leydorf’s 1954 Ferrari 375 MM took Best in Show Foreign at the 2019 Concours of America. They Leydorfs have owned the car since 1969 — it’s one of just six with a low body design, and it’s the only one to feature a leather interior.
Best in Show American went to a 1938 Graham 97 presented by Bill Johnston and Ron Elenbaas. The car is one of two Saoutchik-bodied supercharged Grahams, and was displayed at at Read More