Residents and visitors won’t want to miss the prestigious car show with collections of rare vehicles. The Concours will honor the 100th anniversary of Lincoln Motorcars and 70th anniversary of Ferrari. Vintage motorcycles and more than 130 automobiles in fifteen classes manufactured prior to 1974 – including pre-war U.S. and pre-war European – will be on display at 10 a.m. at the Doheny Greystone Mansion, a nationally registered historic landmark.
The entire mansion will be open to attendees of the Concours d’Elegance, including seldom-seen wings such as the speakeasy and billiards. To purchase tickets, visit greystoneconcours.org.
“Now that we are in our eighth year, Greystone Mansion Concours d’Elegance has gained popularity and people are taking notice of this event” says Cindy Brynan, director of the Greystone Mansion Concours d’Elegance. “Based on ticket sales, it looks like we will greatly surpass last year’s attendance. Greystone Mansion is a perfect setting to showcase beautiful vintage cars and we are honored to have some very notable collectors and just as excited that so many people want to come out and be part of this event.”
The event is produced by the city of Beverly Hills, with the support of the Friends of Greystone.
The event includes unlimited gourmet food, beverages and adult libations from Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Stella Artois and Stella Cidre and Asombroso Fine Tequila.
The event will feature a discussion with David Gooding, president of Gooding & Company, and Peyman Salehi, senior vice president private events services at City National Bank; a lecture with Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead of British television show, “Wheeler Dealers;” lectures and book signing with Jeff Hyland on “The Legendary Estates of Beverly Hills”; lecture and book signing with Steven Price on “Trousdale Estates: Midcentury to Modern in Beverly Hills”; and a pop-up marketplace for shopping of automobilia, books, jewelry, clothing and more.
For information, call (310)285-6830 or visit greystoneconcours.org.
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