2008 Greenwich Concours

Written by tonks on June 13, 2008

Greenwich ConcoursThe Greenwich Concours is an event that is anticipated by hundreds of people who will flock together to catch a glimpse of some of the classic and newer supercars that have been created. It has been organized with the utmost care and includes cars from every era and despite the heat people have shown up to catch a glimpse.

The first day was full of American innovation and muscle. Top honors went to a dual-cowl Duesenberg which was among many other deserving cars. Sunday’s European theme also brought out some impressive Ferraris and the Diablo Jota.

With Italian bodies and American underpinnings, some of our favorite cars were displayed on both days. These included Pininfarina’s Corvette Rondine and a freshly restored Cunningham C3 Coupe.


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