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10 of the greatest classic convertibles of all time will come together on the manicured lawns of the Honourable Artillery Company next month at the London Concours.
The ‘Convertibles: The Golden Era’ class pays tribute to some of the most innovative and attractive soft-tops.
These will join around 100 other cars in the heart of the British capital on 19-20 August.
Among the vehicles on display will be an Aston Martin DB2 Drophead Coupé, bought in 1950 by Prince Bertil of Sweden, a good personal friend of then Aston Martin owner David Brown, as well as an early 3.8 E-type Roadster.
The full list of cars in this class is:
- Lotus Elan dhc
- Fiat Dino Spider 2000
- Aston Martin DB2 dhc
- Alfa Romeo Junior Spider
- Ferrari 330GTS
- Iso Grifo A3/L Cabriolet
- AC Cobra 289
- Lancia Flaminia Touring
- Jaguar E-type Roadster 3.8
- Porsche 356 Roadster
Catch all these and more at the London Concours on 19-20 August. Fancy going? Get tickets here.