Win a pair of tickets to the 2015 Concours of Elegance
Yes, we’ve done it again. We’ve only gone and secured 5 pairs of tickets to give away to you our readers. This time we will be awarding 5 pairs of tickets to one of, if not the premier UK Classic Car Shows, the Concours of Elegance. This years 4th holding of the event will take place at the Palace of Holyroodhouse (Edinburgh) between 4-6th September 2015.
I can tell you one thing, of all the events we attend this I will bend over backwards to always attend. The venues are unparalleled, the cars on show exquisite, the event is not overcrowded, it is just bliss.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets simply tell us what is the most beautiful classic car you’ve ever seen in person and why.
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6 comments on "Win a pair of tickets to the 2015 Concours of Elegance"
Congratulations to Will, Harvey and Bryan. We’ve emailed you to let you know you’ve won a pair of tickets to this wonderful event. Please email us back your postal address. Maybe we’ll see you there.
A rare, sexy, beautiful fast beast.
My late father’s pride and joy.
Always interested in feedback/ pictures. We are looking to be there on Saturday and Sunday probably, having attended Salon Prive on the Friday. Maybe if we are there on the same day we can hook up.
Will – definitely being present when Neil Corner and John Surtees piloted Auto Union C type and Mercedes W125 respectively at the Silverstone Classic in 1997.
I’ll be in Edinburgh if you would like some word n pix, with/without a 2BC mention
For me it was a 1954 Mercedes Grand Prix car at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last year – I was standing less than a foot away from it while the driver was revving it up, bringing it up to temperature before taking it out on the hill. One of the mechanics was feeling parts of the car, checking where how hot various bits were and ensuring everything was running smoothly. It was magical – a moment I shall never forget.
Datsun 100a Cherry as its mine,no seriously though it has to be
the Lamborghini Miura.Ahead of its time in style and performance.
The shape is still copied today.