2014 Greenwich Concours - European Cars

The 2014 Greenwich Concours just celebrated it's 19th year this past weekend and Dad was there to survey the event. Although Saturday's field of American cars was not as strong as Sunday filed of European cars, the event was well attend both days. Here's a peak at a some of the fantastic European cars on hand:

How often do you see two of the rare Spanish make, Pegaso at the same event? A lovely 1954 Pegaso Z 102 cabriolet by Saoutchik and a striking 1957 Pegaso Z 103 Berlinetta by Touring.

1954 Pegaso Z 102 (from the author's collection)

1957 Pegaso Z 103 (from the author's collection)

The Pinin Farina designed Cristalia 202 SC (coupe). A much sought-after Alfa Romero GTZ and an unusual Stanguellini - I believe this car is powered by an 1100cc Fiat engine.

Alfa Romeo GTZ (from the author's collection)

Cristalia 202 SC (from the author's collection)

Stanguellini (from the author's collection)

Another rare make, the Minerva, had two representatives. Unfortunately, this Hibbard & Darin bodied towncar would not start upon exit from its trailer.

Hibbard & Darin bodied Minerva (from the author's collection)

Among the many Ferraris were this lovely Ferrai Tour de France and the always popular Ferrari 250 California - this car appeared to be a largely original surviver.

Ferrari 250 California (from the author's collection)

Ferrari 250 Tour de France (from the author's collection)

2 comments:

  1. Lovely pics of a lovely event.
    I was there sketching Nick Grewal's beautiful 1950 Lea-Francis Sports Roadster.
    I hope to be back next year!

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