“Automotive Standards of the World” is Theme of 2015 Palos Verdes Concours d’Elegance
Cadillac, Darrin Coachwork & Ferrari are Featured Marques
Rancho Palos Verdes CA – March 11, 2015 - The Theme of the 2015 Palos Verdes Concours d’Elegance will be Automotive Standards of the World, and the featured Marques will be Cadillac, Darrin Coachwork, and Ferrrari, according to Exhibition Committee chairman Dick Croxall.
The Concours will be held at the Los Verdes Golf Course in Rancho Palos Verdes on Sunday, September 20, according to Concours chairman Ray Johnson.
“Los Verdes is high in the Palos Verdes hills with impressive ocean views of Catalina Island and the coastline all the way to Malibu. It is exhibitor friendly with close-by parking for trucks and trailers and easy exhibitor and attendee access to refreshments and restrooms. The exhibit areas are a short walk from the clubhouse and there will be shade areas and food and beverage service available on the exhibit grounds.
“Now in its 23rd year, the Palos Verdes Concours will continue to be one of the top shows in California if not the nation,” Johnson said.
Twenty one classes have been established for the 2015 Concours to showcase a variety of automobiles that exemplify excellence in the automotive world. The classes include a reprise of the Darrin coachwork among the classes that are acknowledged to be leaders and innovators in automotive design, engineering, and elegance.
- Brass, 1898-1915
- Antiques, 1916-1924
- Darrin Coachwork
- Cadillac, 1925-1940
- Cadillac, 1941-1960
- European Classics, 1925-1948
- American Classics-Open, 1925-1948
- American Classics-Closed, 1925-1948
- Rolls Royce/Bentley, 1925-1942
- Rolls Royce/Bentley, 1945-1956
- Lincoln, 1946-1971
- Mercedes 300SL
- Ferrari, 1950-1962
- Ferrari, 1963-1972
- Porsche 356
- Porsche 911
- Jaguar XK120-150
- Jaguar E-Types
- European Sports Under 3 Liters
- American Horsepower Warriors, 1950-1970
- Cars of Special Interest - Pre 1990
The Concours d’Elegance is a 501(c) (3) charity event with proceeds benefitting Palos Verdes Rotary Foundation charities, including Harbor Area Boys & Girls Clubs, and Palos Verdes Art Center's educational and community outreach programs, including art experiences for differently-abled youths and adults in Los Angeles County.