Win a pair of tickets to the 2019 Concours of Elegance

The Concours of Elegance really is one of our very favourite classic car shows, and we would never what to miss it.  So it gives us great pleasure to be offering 3 of our lucky readers the chance to win a pair to complimentary tickets to the 2019 event.  So be quick and enter now.

Some would say this is a unique event, some would say it’s a “not to be missed” event, some would say it’s the best classic car event in the UK, if not the world, and we believe it would be hard to argue against this.  I can tell you one thing, of all the events that we attend yearly, and in all our life (to date) this event is the one I will bend over backwards to always attend.  The venue it stunning (Hampton Court Palace), the cars on show exquisite (and often so rare only 1 exists), the event is not overcrowded (well to date at least), it is just a wonderful event and day out.

Well this years event will be held at the wonderful Hampton Court Palace on 6th-8th September 2019.  This is one of, if not the premier UK Classic Car Shows, the ultimate UK Concours of Elegance.  This year is the 8th holding of the event.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets simply leave a comment below and tell us what is the most unusual classic car you’ve ever seen in person and why.  You could even drop a picture on our facebook page if you so wished so we can all take a look.  Check out this 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom 1 Jonckheere Coupe.  Utter madness, beautiful and one of the most astounding cars I believe I’ve ever seen,  1 of 1.


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10 comments on "Win a pair of tickets to the 2019 Concours of Elegance"

  • Alan Patrick says:

    Fantastic win. Really looking forward to the show.

  • Les Phillips says:

    The 1910 28 Litre Fiat S76 “Beast of Turin” is just the most amazing car and seeing it in action as it spits fire from the exhausts is always a fabulous sight!

  • Alan Patrick says:

    A Jaguar Mk 2 fitted with a 4.2 litre V8. The car was rebuilt by Beacham in New Zealand and was owned by a friend. It had all the latest running gear and climate control so was able to be driven as any modern car but had the classic look of a 1960s car.

  • Spencer Wright says:

    Mirov 2. A stunning car that I’d be happy to own. Am I right in thinking there’s only the one?

  • John Martin says:

    I’ve seen some strange cars over the years but one which falls into the unique category is the Edison 1912 electric car. Only 3 were built and two disappeared so the last one has been restored to its former glory. Is it quick. no, is it pretty, not so much but as an important car in the history of cars it is right up there. It demonstrates that electric cars are far form new and evidently around this time some 20, 000 electric cars were made, amazing,

  • Mr Nicholas Craig Bootle says:

    An old Rover huge old banger that we used to drive. Plastic/leather interior, normal sort of car to drive at the time. Now I see these being a classic car. Hard to believe that this would of been a family car. Now an icon of time gone by. Now preserved and good condition. Wonders never cease to amaze.

  • Simon Wood says:

    Tricky question this for which is one of the nicest events in the world.
    I’ve been through various memorable cars and events but I think the one lasting memory is seeing Enzo Ferrari at the launch of the F40. There was something special about the car and seeing him next to in in check jacket and dark glasses as we all remember him. Although a new car at the time it somehow was the start of the end of an era and perhaps the last of the great hand built/hand designed cars……..although we didn’t realise that at the time.

  • sarah jenkins says:

    Has to be the 1913 Aereodinamica at the Alfa Romeo museum – combines steam punk and airflow science to create something from Teletubbies but stunning to look at!

  • Brian Ellis says:

    Has to be 1932 Bugatti Type 55 I saw this so a hill climb at Prescott Hill in 2016. Amazing smell to the fuel burn and well put together for such an old car.

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