GREENWICH, Conn. — The 20th annual Greenwich Concours d’Elegance pulls into Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich for the weekend, with an impressive collection of classic cars sure to impress any fan.
The Concours Americana will be on Saturday, June 4, and the Concours International will be on Sunday, June 5. The hours both days are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
More than 100 exceptional automobiles and motorcycles, spanning more than a century, will be on display and grace the show field each day.
Saturday's activities include American cars and motorcycles, with a special supercar display, luxury yachts on display at the Delamar Docks, and viewing of Bonhams' auction cars.
Sunday's schedule includes international cars and motorcycles, and luxury yachts at the Delamar Docks, Bonhams' auction, youth judging and an awards ceremony.
Concours Americana on Saturday will mark the 50th anniversary of Ford’s 1966 victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with a circle of Ford performance cars; James Glickenhaus’ 1967 Ford GT40 Mk IV that Mark Donohue and Bruce McLaren steered to fourth place at Le Mans that year headlines the group.
Saturday’s show will also highlight Brass Era cars, prewar classics, rare muscle cars, incredible Corvettes, fabulous 1950s cars and early Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Bonhams will host its Greenwich Concours Auction on Sunday. Viewings are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 9 a.m. to noon Sunday. A Concours ticket and purchase of a Bonhams sale catalog are required for admission to the Sunday auction.
The automobile sponsors' pavilions will surround the field, providing a chance to look over the latest high-end cars, with many offering ride-and-drive opportunities leaving from the Concours site. A display of yachts will also line the docks.
The Greenwich Concours supports Stamford-based AmeriCares, an international relief organization.
Roger Sherman Baldwin Park is located at 100 Arch St., Greenwich.
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