GREENWICH, N.Y. -- A unique Ferrari P3/4 race car will be on display at the 20th annual Greenwich Concours at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park on May 30 and 31 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Owner Jim Glickenhaus will drive the Ferrari from his home in Rye to the event. Glickenhaus is also grand marshal of this year's event. The vehicle is the only Ferrari P3/4 race car ever built and it won the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona.
The Greenwich Concours will feature more than 250 classic and rare automobiles across two days. On Saturday, Greenwich Concours Americana will feature American cars, and imported vehicles will be exclusively featured on Sunday for Concours International.
Wayne Carini, host of cable channel Velocity's "Chasing Classic Cars," is serving as chief judge for the event. Trophies will be awarded for Best of Show, Most Elegant Car and Peoples' Choice.
The ex-America's Cup 12 meter yachts, America II, Freedom and Lionheart will also be on view in Greenwich Harbor.
Admission is $40 per day or $60 for a two-day pass. Children 12 and under are free if accompanied by an adult. Parking is free.
Visit GreenwichConcours.com for a map, driving directions and more information.
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