Theme: Automotive Innovation
Featured Marques: Tucker, Cord and Duesenberg
The Palos Verdes Concourse d’Elegance, coming to the Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes on Sunday, September 14, has announced its 22 competitive classes for 2014.
Most of the classes reflect Automotive Innovation, the Concours’ 2014 theme. We also celebrate the 50th Anniversary of both the Porsche 911 and Ford Mustang, and the popular Woodies return this year as well.
|Class I||Tucker '48|
|Class IV||Pre-War Innovation (Steam, Electric, Diesel, Etc.)|
|Class V-A||American Classics Open (1925-1934)|
|Class V-B||American Classics Open (1935-1948)|
|Class VI||American Classics Closed (1925-1948)|
|Class VII||European Classics (1925-1948) (include Rolls & Bentley)|
|Class VIII||Post-War European|
|Class IX||Post-War American (1947-1958)|
|Class X||Post-War American (1959-1966)|
|Class XI||Virgil Exner Chrysler Design|
|Class XII||Woodies (1929-1951)|
|Class XIV||Volkswagen (1938-1967)|
|Class XV||Porsche 900's (1963-1977) (911 50th)|
|Class XVI||Shelby Design|
|Class XVII||Mustang (50th) (1964-1970)|
|Class XVIII||Ferrari (1950-1972)|
|Class XIX||Morgan (including three wheelers)|
|Class XX||European Sports Under 3 Liters (1946-1969)|
|Class XXI||European Sports Over 3 Liters (1946-1976)|
|Class XXII||Innovative Hot Rods and Customs|
Exhibit chairman Ray Johnson said, "the more than 200 outstanding competition and display vehicles will have something for everyone to enjoy."
This event will showcase some of the world’s most innovative classic automobiles, according to Chairman Peter Kunoth. The featured classes include Tucker, Cord and Duesenberg.
A special Class of Innovative Customs will be displayed alongside the restored cars.
The PV Concours is a 501(c)(3) charity event with proceeds benefitting the Palos Verdes Art Center's educational and community outreach programs and Palos Verdes Rotary Foundation charities, including Harbor Area Boys & Girls Clubs.