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Spilt into 10 classes, plus 2020’s Best in Show Ferrari 330GTS as a stand-alone entry, there will certainly be a lot to take in at the five-acre Honourable Artillery Company in the British capital on 8-10 June.
And C&SC readers can take advantage of our exclusive 2-for-1 London Concours ticket offer.
With Bugattis Chiron, EB110 SS and Veyron, four Ferraris in the Enzo, the F50, the LaFerrari and the aforementioned F40, a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ and a Diablo GT, plus a McLaren Senna, the ‘200mph Club’ class packs quite a punch.
The ‘Italian Berlinettas’ class will bring together three more Ferraris in the form of a 250GTE, a 250GT SWB Berlinetta ‘Comp ’61 Sefac Hot Rod’ and a 275GTB 6/C, an Alfa Romeo Sprint Speciale and a Giulia, a De Tomaso Mangusta, an Iso Grifo GL 365, a Lamborghini Islero, a Lancia Flaminia, and Maseratis 3500GTi and Ghibli SS.
The two ‘Great Marques’ showcases will celebrate Porsche and Lotus, each brand with an 11-car display, while AC, Jensen, Triumph, Unipower, Bristol and Packard will be among the long-lost firms remembered in Lost Marques.
And more great Brits will be on show as ‘Iconic British Designs’ shines the spotlight on the work of Malcolm Sayer, Gordon Murray and Frank Stephenson, to name just three.
Two Ford Coupes, a 1950 Mercury ‘Planet Voodoo’ Kustom, a 1951 Mercury Coupe, a 1948 Pontiac Fastback, a 1959 Chevrolet El Camino and a ’62 Ford Thunderbird will tussle it out in the ‘Kustom Class’, while it’s an all-German display for the ‘Young Timers’ including an Alpina B10 V8 S Touring, an Audi RS2 Avant and a Mercedes-Benz 560SEC widebody by Koenig.
Find out how you can get 2-for-1 tickets to the now three-day London Concours here.
Images: London Concours/Luc Lacey/James Mann