Win a pair of tickets to the 2020 Concours of Elegance

It is that time of year again, competition time. We are even more excited about this year’s automotive events as we’ve been locked indoors for the past few months.

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 2020 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 4th-6th September 2020. 

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets simply subscribe to our YouTube channel and leave a comment below and tell us what is the most unusual classic car you’ve ever seen.  

If you want to see more Concours of Elegance content, head over to our YouTube channel to see the cars of the previous few years.

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31 comments on "Win a pair of tickets to the 2020 Concours of Elegance"

  • Janice Danby says:

    I loved my friend’s Darracq. I have always loved the look and the smell of classic cars – there is a touch of romance about them, and when the dust cover was lifted in my friend’s garage to reveal this beautiful car it just took my breath away.

  • Alan Patrick says:

    It has to be a Mk2 Jaguar as modified by Beacham. All the style of a true classic but modified to modern day standards of comfort, and safety.

  • Mrs donna musk says:

    Firebird amazing car

  • Vera Bahounkova says:

    1976 Tyrrell P34 was the most unusual car what I have ever seen.

  • Cheron Titus says:

    Jaguar C-Type, Aston Martin Valkyrie and Bugatti Type 57

  • Will Wynn says:

    Hi Richard, Great car! Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/mycarheaven) for a chance to win these tickets.

  • Richard Anderson says:

    The most unusual classic car I have seen is a 1950 Bently Blue Train Special.

  • James Butler says:

    I’ve worked on a fair few vintage and classic cars over the years, from AJ Foyts old Lola T70 racecar to vintage Rileys, Model T Ford’s and Frazer Nash’ but the rarest was an chain driven GN Cognac in green that is used as a VSCC racecar. Fantastic little thing

  • Will Wynn says:

    Very old, classic car. We like your choice Shaun. Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube channel to be in with a chance of winning these tickets.

  • Will Wynn says:

    Nice car! Thank you for entering our competition. Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube Channel for a chance to win these tickets!

  • Will Wynn says:

    Unique choice of car! Thank you for entering our competition. Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube Channel for a chance to win these tickets!

  • Will Wynn says:

    Great car Tibor! Thank you for entering our competition. Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube Channel for a chance to win these tickets!

  • Tibor Bokor says:

    Bugati type 57!

  • Tracey Jackson says:

    Hispano Suiza SV8747 number plate we followed it in Derby. Gorgeous wooden boattail. Even took photos.

  • Tibor Bokor says:

    On holiday in France I spotted Norman Timbs Special and it was astonishing.

  • Petra Hora says:

    I have seen Oeuf electrique and it was amazing!

  • Shaun Lawry says:

    My choice would be the the Fiat S76 AKA The Beast of Turin. Seen it a few times now, at Goodwood, Prescott and Bromyard. A real spectacle and event, the noise is unbelievable and shooting flames straight out of the exhaust manifold. Close up you realise how tall it is, unbelievable to think that this was built in 1910 as a land speed record car which I believed it finally achieved but only registering the speed in one direction so an unofficial record.

  • Will Wynn says:

    We’d love to own a Maserati 300S too. Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube Channel for a chance to win these tickets!

  • Ricky Wright says:

    Would have to be Maserati 300S. Absolutely stunning car

  • Will Wynn says:

    Great choice Donna. Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube Channel for a chance to win these tickets!

  • Will Wynn says:

    original choice Richard, haven’t heard anyone mentioned a Talbot-Lago before. Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube channel for a chance to win these tickets!

  • Will Wynn says:

    Very interesting choice! Make sure you’re subscribed to our YouTube channel for a chance to win these tickets!

  • Fredric Jackson says:

    The most unusual classic car I’ve seen was at a car show in Cornwall and someone had converted an Aston Martin V8 Vantage from the 90’s into a pick up truck! Not my cup of tea but the noise it made was epic!!

  • Richard Stern says:

    1937 Talbot-Lago arguable one if not the world’s most beautiful cars

  • Mrs donna musk says:

    Silver Aero from the 1980s , made by vauxhall , a one off beaut of a car

  • Petra Hora says:

    Alfa Romeo 6Cs would be my favourite car to see.

  • Sarah Jenkins says:

    A Bandini 750 Sport in the Mille Miglia museum in Brescia last year – pre-CV19 so feels like a lifetime ago. Known as the Saponetta – or little bar of soap, thanks to its aerodynamics – just 9 survive. Beautiful design.

  • Archie Robertson says:

    Was lucky? enough to see a Helica propeller driven car on a business trip a few years ago. Cute, but noisy , and probably not the best handling machine!

  • John Martin says:

    Over the years I’ve seen cars of various shapes all poporting to do more or less the same thing……..like transport people, animals or objects from A to B and amongst them was this rare beast that I saw at this years January Bicester Scramble which is based on a Citroen CX.
    It has been referred to as CX Kitesurf and evidently was created to transfer its owner, surfboards and gear from the coast to London, and its natural streamlined shape kept wind buffeting to a minimum at 65mph.
    Amazing but not what you would call mainstream.

    Created to take suf=rfboards for London

  • Edward Hughes says:

    Scott Tricar, 1923, at the French National motor Museum, Mulhouse.

  • viva says:

    I remember seeing Chitty Chitty Bang Bang when I was a kid and being sooooo excited!

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