2021 Concours Cars

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200MPH CLUB

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Bugatti Chiron
Bugatti EB110 SS
Bugatti Veyron
Ferrari Enzo
Ferrari F40
Ferrari F50
Ferrari LaFerrari
Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
Lamborghini Diablo GT
McLaren Senna

Once the holy grail of performance, the 200mph-mark still remains out of reach to all but the most exotic of vehicles. Here we celebrate the early pioneers and some of the more recent contenders from the world’s most famous manufacturers.

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ITALIAN BERLINETTAS

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Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale
Alfa Romeo Giulia
De Tomaso Mangusta
Ferrari 250 GTE
Ferrari 250GT SWB Berlinetta 'Comp '61 Sefac Hot Rod'
Ferrari 275 GTB 6/C
Iso Grifo GL 365
Lamborghini Islero
Lancia Flaminia
Maserati 3500 GTi
Maserati Ghibli SS

A celebration of the golden era of sports car design from the country that was simply untouchable for creating masterpieces, this class is a collection of the finest Italian coupé designs of the ‘60s.

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GREAT MARQUES
PORSCHE

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Porsche 356 Pre-A Speedster
Porsche 356 T1A GS Carrera Coupe
Porsche 911 2.7 RS
Porsche 911 930 Turbo
Porsche 914/6
Porsche 924 Carrera GT
Porsche 928
Porsche 959
Porsche 997 GT3 RS 4 Litre
Porsche Carrera GT
Porsche Targa No. 1

From 356 to 911, there’s no shortage of automotive legends in the Porsche line-up. The only real challenge is whittling them down to just 10 of the rarest and most spectacular for this ode to Stuttgart’s finest.

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THE SUPERCARS

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TBC

A showcase of the latest evolutions in automotive performance; this class showcases the cars testing the limits of aerodynamics, innovation and engineering to deliver ultimate driving thrills.

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LOST MARQUES

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AC Ace Ruddspeed, ex Adrian Hamilton
Austin Healey Frogeye Sprite
Bristol Fighter
Iso Rivolta
Jensen C-V8 MKIII
Packard 426 Boat Tail
Sunbeam Tiger
Tornado Talisman
Triumph TR3A
Unipower GT

In an industry that’s so fast-moving, so heavily regulated and so financially ruinous, manufacturers that may have deserved to stay, are often forced to disappear. This class is a celebration of some of the best that have.

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GREAT MARQUES
LOTUS

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Lotus Seven
Lotus Eleven
Lotus Type 14 Elite S2
Lotus Elan Drophead Elan Sprint
Lotus Europa
Lotus Turbo Esprit S3
Lotus Elite Riviera
Lotus Elan M100
Lotus Elise
Lotus Exige
Lotus Evora

With a long lineage of motorsport heroics and a model line-up of some of the most thrilling cars ever created, Lotus rightly takes its place in the spotlight at the London Concours this year. The pursuit of lightness, visualised.

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THE KUSTOM CLASS

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1941 Ford Coupe
1948 Pontiac Fastback
1950 Ford Coupe
1950 Mercury ``Planet Voodoo`` Kustom
1951 Mercury Coupe
1959 Chevrolet El Camino
1962 Ford Thunderbird

Kustoms, with the all-important K, are American vehicles customised in a style dating from the middle of the last century. Modified with chopped roofs, smoothed and flowing bodywork, lowering and custom upholstery, they’re the work of true craftsmen, completed to stunning effect.

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YOUNG TIMERS

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Alpina B10 V8 S Touring
Audi RS2 Avant
Audi Sport Quattro
BMW E30 M3 Roberto Ravaglia Edition
E38 Alpina B12 5.7
Hartge H5
Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evo II
Mercedes 300CE widebody by Brabus
Mercedes 569SEC widebody by Koenig

Outrageous top speeds, big engines and of-the-era bodykits, these tuned German cars are the performance unicorns of the ‘80s and ‘90s. Look out for rarities from Alpina, AMG and more.

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ICONIC
BRITISH DESIGNS

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Aston Martin One-77 (Marek Reichman)
Aston Martin Vanquish (Ian Callum)
Austin Mini (Alec Issigonis)
Jaguar E-Type Series 1 FHC (Malcolm Sayer)
Jaguar XJR15 (Peter Stevens)
LCC Rocket (Gordon Murray)
McLaren 12C (Frank Stephenson)
Morgan Aeromax (Matthew Humphries)
Range Rover (Charles Spencer-King)
Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe (Ian Cameron)

Some of the finest British automotive designs of all time celebrated alongside their designers. Think Spen King and the Range Rover, Peter Stevens and the XJR15 or Frank Stephenson and the
McLaren 12C.

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THE COLLECTOR

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Ferrari Testarossa 'Monodado'
Fiat 500
Jaguar Project 7
Jaguar Project 8
Jaguar XJC V12
Lamborghini Countach QV
Lamborghini Espada
Lotus Elan Sprint
1979-1998 Dakar Winning Bike Collection
Honda CBX
Kawasaki H2 750 Triple

Each year, the London Concours shines a light on one individual’s car collection, often curated over many years, and perfected over many more. This year we celebrate the founder of Harry’s Garage and co-founder of evo Magazine, Harry Metcalfe.

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BEST IN SHOW 2020
FERRARI 330 GTS

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FERRARI 330 GTS

Each year, the London Concours welcomes back its reigning champion ‘Best in Show’. For 2021, the honour falls to a beautiful Ferrari 330 GTS, first showcased at the Torino Motor Show in 1967, and subject to a full nut-and-bolt concours restoration in recent years.

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E-TYPE
CELEBRATION

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Jaguar E-Type Series 1 FHC – ‘77RW’ The First production E-type Roadster
Jaguar E-Type Series 1 DHC
Jaguar E-Type Series 2 FHC
Jaguar E-Type Series 2 DHC
Jaguar E-Type Series 3 FHC
Jaguar E-Type Series 3 DHC - ‘HDU555N’ The Last E-type Built
Jaguar E-Type Series 3 2+2
Jaguar E-Type Lightweight
Jaguar E-Type Low Drag
Jaguar Lindner-Nocker Low-Drag Lightweight E-Type

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the unveiling of the Jaguar E-Type; the start of a transformation from automotive icon to cultural phenomenon. Its popularity has never faltered, and at London Concours we celebrate the finest examples.

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