Here’s our report from this past weekend’s 2015 Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s, including a big photo gallery.
Another amazing St. John’s Concours is in the books. We’re truly fortunate to have one of America’s greatest collector car shows right here in the Motor City. As always, the categories on the show field were expertly conceived and curated, bringing together nearly 300 of the world’s greatest historic cars. To name but a few:
+ Nicola Bulgari’s 1934 Buick 98 Victoria, easily one of the most beautiful Buicks of America’s classic era.
+ The 1933 Dymaxion replica created by the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville—a fascinating and significant historical achievement.
+ The 1932 Ford roadster originally built by hot rodding pioneer Ray Brown, these days on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
+ Ted McIntyre’s glorious 1947 Bentley Mark VI with fantastic cabriolet bodywork by Franay, Words fail; simply refer to the lead photo above.
You’ll find all these awesome cars and many more in the gallery below. We’ll have more great stuff from the Inn at St John’s in the coming days.