25 Years of Greenwich Concours
To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we’re bringing back several of our event winners, along with many of the owners who first shared them.
70 Years of Allard
Allard’s pairing of American V8 engines with light British chassis and bodies was unbeatable, as witnessed by Carroll Shelby and Zora Arkus-Duntov, who both drove Allards in the early 1950s.
100 Years of Duesenberg
While Duesenberg lasted only about 15 years, their name will forever be synonymous with high-end American luxury and race-dominating engineering.
Witness the 102-year history of Italian innovator Vincenzo Lancia’s creations, featuring Aurelia, Flaminia, Appia and many more.
100 Years of Springfield Rolls-Royce
In 1921, Rolls-Royce opened a new factory in Springfield, MA where “Springfield Ghosts” were built. Operating for 10 years, the factory produced some of the greatest cars of its time.
Right Coast Rods
Iconic, loud, fast and hot, these East Coast cars (or Right Coast Rods) feature many that have been restored or are very well-preserved roadsters and coupes from the '50s.
Glimpse the true essence of adventure and ruggedness and relive the moment you first laid eyes on an off-road vehicle.
100 Years of 3-Litre Bentley
W.O. Bentley’s original vision of “a fast car, a good car, the best in its class” stayed in production from 1921 to 1929 and won countless races, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1924 and 1927.
100 Years of Moto Guzzi
The oldest European manufacturer in continuous motorcycle production was established in Italy in 1921. For many years they dominated Grand Prix motorcycle racing.
120 Years of Indian
Indian motorcycles’ reputation for reliability and speed led the brand to great success in competition racing, along with a cult following.