Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance

Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance has grown from its humble beginnings to a three-day event that includes a Friday Night Barbecue, the Bill O’Connell Memorial Road Rally, and Gala on Saturday evening which all culminate in the main event on Sunday; the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance.

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All attendees will be required to have a General Admission ticket with the exception of the DRIVER for MotorSport Park & Chairman’s Club.

Ticket pricing for the Friday Night Barbecue, Bill O’Connell Memorial Road Rally and the Black Tie Gala remain as stand-alone events, and no physical tickets are issued for these events (a guest list will be utilized). Tickets for Sunday events will also be available at the gate on the day of the Concours, Sunday beginning at 9:30 AM based on availability.

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Our Organization

Over Twenty-Five Years of Distinction

In the early 1990s, a small group of automobile enthusiasts banded together to organize the Philadelphia Vintage Grand Prix which was held in Fairmount Park. The event was well attended, and the roster of vintage competitors was impressive. However, several factors caused the event to end after a few years of operation. That enthusiast group then considered another way to bring these wonderful vintage vehicles together for the public to enjoy. The idea was to create a Concours d’Elegance, inviting only the most interesting and significant automobiles for display and judging on the concours show field.

Michael G. Tillson III was one of those organizers. In 1997, Michael and his fellow enthusiasts decided to bring together classic cars and the world of horses and fox hunting – by staging a benefit Concours d’Elegance at the Radnor Hunt in the rolling country of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Over the years, the event has grown from it’s humble beginnings with a handful of exceptional cars, to a showfield of one hundred entries chosen by the Car Selection Committee. In 2005, vintage motorcycles were added to the show field, making Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance the first nationally ranked event of its type to include motorcycles. The addition of horse drawn coaches and carriages in 2007 made Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance the only concours to feature the earliest forms of wheeled transportation.

Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance has grown from its humble beginnings to a three-day event that starts off with a Friday Night Barbecue, followed Saturday by the Bill O’Connell Memorial Road Rally and Black Tie Gala, culminating in the main event on Sunday; the Concours d’Elegance.

Today, this is an event with show field entries from all over the country, and vehicle nominations that exceed the capacity of the grounds. The Marketplace features vendors of both automotive and lifestyle interests to round out the Sunday activities. Proceeds from the event benefit two local non-profit organizations; Thorncroft Equestrian Center in Malvern, PA and the local Boy Scout troops.

Who We Are

Find out more about the people that have made this event a success year after year, our board members.

History & Results

Check out the history of our event and the results of previous events.

Who We Help

Learn more about the beneficiary of our event, Thorncroft Equestrian Center.


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Our Beneficiary

Thorncroft Equestrian Center

Thorncroft Equestrian Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit located in Malvern, PA, whose mission is to develop the physical and emotional well-being of all people regardless of their individual challenges. Thorncroft is committed to personal growth and education in an equestrian environment of respect, love, and inclusion.

Board Members

Who We Are

Michael G. Tillson III
Chairman and Founder

The career of Michael Tillson’s grandfather spanned two eras – although he was deeply involved in horse transportation, he also entered the automobile business. In the next generation, Michael’s father extended the family’s involvement in the world of cars. Michael G. Tillson III, today one of the most highly regarded authorities in the country on classic and sports cars as well as a lover of fine horses, began his career ferrying cars from one of his father’s facilities to another – at the age of 12. The world of very special and exotic cars opened when Michael became associated with the Derham Body Company of Rosemont, Pennsylvania – a firm that had crafted the finest custom bodies for chassis supplied by manufacturers such as Packard, Cadillac and Duesenberg. During Mike’s tenure, Derham was still hand-crafting custom work for clients on Philadelphia’s famed Main Line as well as armor-plating limousines for diplomats and dictators. For Michael Tillson, it was then on to the position of service manager for the legendary Ferrari dealer, Algar of Rosemont. Tillson’s encyclopedic knowledge of Ferraris and Alfa Romeos owes much to this experience. By now, he had entered another phase of the automotive scene – he had become a serious and respected sports car racer, appearing regularly on the SCCA and IMSA tracks. He burned rubber at Daytona, Sebring, and Lime Rock as well as courses in Mexico and Canada. Among his treasured memories of this period are the races where he was co-driver with such legends of the track as Innes Ireland, Al Holbert, and Bruce Jennings. In 1997, Michael decided to bring together two of his great loves – classic cars and the world of horses and fox hunting – by staging a benefit Concours d’Elegance at the Radnor Hunt in the rolling country of Chester County, Pennsylvania. In a way, this is a happy synthesis of the two passions that have characterized three generations of the Tillson family – Michael is a governor of the Hunt and an avid horseman. Since then, the Concours has continued to grow and is now a recognized prestige event that showcases the most elegant Packard, Cadillac, Du Pont, Bentley, Duesenberg, Rolls-Royce and Mercedes Benz automobiles from around the nation. The sporting marques that have graced the show field include Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Jaguar and Porsche. His hard work and dedication have produced an event that brings great pleasure to many classic car enthusiasts and has resulted in significant gifts to various charities and, for the past several years, has focused on Thorncroft Equestrian Center and the local troops of the Boy Scouts.

Thomas H. Ross (Tobey)

Co-Chairman & President | Car Selection Committee Chairman


International Engineering executive with 40 years of involvement in all forms of automobile racing, collecting and restoration specializing in vintage Porsche cars. He was formerly Secretary of the Fairmount Park Vintage Grand Prix and has been associated with the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance since the first show in 1997. Tobey serves as President, Chairman of the Car Selection Committee, and liaison to the Vintage Sports Car Club of America.

Philip Tegtmeier

Judging Chairman Emeritus


European exotic car specialist and car show judge. Began his automotive career with the Derham Coach Company of Rosemont, Pennsylvania which became ALGAR, Ferrari and Alfa Romeo dealer. Later joined Kirk F. White organization and was involved with sports cars raced by Roger Penske. Handled such exotics as Ferrari 250 GTOs and many one-off Ferraris. Since 1982 nationally recognized classics and vintage car consultant and concours judge. Phil has been the Judging chairman since the first event, and has now taken the role of Judging Chairman Emeritus.

John P. Lawless

Vice President /  Motorcycle Committee Chairman


John P. Lawless serves as Vice President of the Radnor Hunt Concours and has been the Motorcycle Committee Chairman of the Radnor Hunt Concours d’ Elegance since 2007. His infatuation with motorcycles and old cars began as a child, a hobby passed down from his father and brother. For more than 30 years, he has been actively involved with racing, restoring and collecting classic motorcycles. John was the creator of the Chadds Ford Classic Motorcycle Auction and has authored many articles for motorcycle magazines. He also curated an annual motorcycle exhibit at the Simeone Foundation Museum for nearly a decade in addition to judging at other Concours events. John also has a passion for classic Italian, French and English automobiles. 

Dr. Max King


Max restored his first antique car at the age of 16 and has done dozens over the years. His automotive passion is in the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg family, Mercedes-Benz, and British cars, especially sports cars. He is a member of STAR, the Sunbeam Talbot Alpine Register. He is an AACA Senior Master Judge and a Chief Class Judge at Radnor Hunt. Max is retired Associate Vice Provost for Health and Academic Services, University of Pennsylvania.

Joanne Piraino-Simmons

Board Member


Joanne is a seasoned veteran of the promotional items industry who has managed the selection and production of the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance items for sale in the Concours Shop, such as the shirts, hats, neckties, and other concours branded merchandise. She is now the lead manager of the Shoppes d’Elegance vendor tent. She also oversees the production of trophies for the road rally and the concours classes. Joanne started as a volunteer in 2010 and now holds the position as Vice President on our board.

Jane Altmann

Board Member


Jane is a life-long auto aficionado and was active in SCCA, SVRA, and HSR with her late husband Eric. She has served as a Radnor Hunt Concours Judge since 2004 and is an enthusiastic owner of Italian cars, including Alfa Romeo and Ferrari. She volunteers her time for many charitable organizations and has been employed for many years as a banker for BB&T. Jane is responsible for our Charity Auction. When not working or volunteering, she enjoys spending time with her faithful companion, Ruger the German Shepard.

Timothy J. Zupko (Tim)

Volunteers Committee Chair


Tim is not only a classic car enthusiast, but an active participant in the community and has competed in the Saturday Chester County Road Rally for numerous years. Already a longtime volunteer for the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance, who better to chair the Volunteers Committee than he? Tim was elected chairman of the Volunteers Committee in 2014 and assists with coordinating the staffing needs of the Logistics Committee as well as the other committees to help the show run smoothly.

Brian P. Bowie

Board Member / Secretary

Co-Chair, MotorSport Park


A retired executive with a major academic healthcare center, Brian now divides his time between consulting and a variety of volunteer activities. Like several other members of the Board, his interest in automobiles took firm hold in his youth, and the attraction to “old cars” may have had its genesis even earlier, when, as a newborn, he was driven home from the hospital in a 1928 Willys Knight! Brian is a member of the Porsche Club of America. He has been a Volunteer at the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance for many years, and was appointed to the Executive Board in 2012. Along with his son, Mark, he is responsible for MotorSport Park and liaison with car clubs.

Andrew Goodman

Board Member


Andrew has spent his entire life around sports cars, and has been a Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance attendee since the very first year. Currently, Andrew coordinates the concours Marketing efforts in print & online, maintains RadnorConcours.org, and edits our Program.

Pat Oilvet

Board Member


Pat Oilveto is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Susan Tatios

Chief Judge


Susan Tatios is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors and our Chief Judge. Susan is the first woman to occupy this very important role among the major Concours, reflecting the knowledge and experience she has accumulated over the years.

Mark Bowie

Board Member / Co-Chair, MotorSport Park


Mark Bowie is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Michael Perrot

Board Member


Michael Perrot is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Vicki O'Connell

Board Member


Vicki O’Connell is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Mary Sun

Concours Treasurer


Mary Sun is the Treasurer of the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance

Howard Greenberg

Board Member


Howard Greenberg is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Anna Kreuzberger

Board Member


Anna Kreuzberger is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Sam Fiorani

Board Member


Everyone says they’re “lifelong car enthusiasts” and Sam would as well. From identifying cars by headlights and taillights at 3 to becoming the youngest board member of the Society of Automotive Historians to being a voice for the global automotive industry, he’s covered a wide range. Today, Sam writes for Collectible Automobile magazine and is the Vice President of Global Vehicle Forecasting for AutoForecast Solutions. He sits on the boards of the International Motor Press Association (IMPA) and the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles to further demonstrate his breadth interests.

Shawn Blair

Board Member


Shawn Blair is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Hudson Austin

Board Member


Husdon Austin is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Stewart Howden

Board Member


Stewart Howden is a member of the Radnor Hunt Concours Board of Directors.

Lisa Thomas

Sponsorship and Advertising


Lisa Thomas has decades of experience in the financial services industry and as a marketing & branding consultant. Her company, Brand Farm LLC has focused on event, marketing & sponsorship management with a focus on the equestrian & motorsport industries. Most recently she has served as the Event & Sponsorship Director with the Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix. She is thrilled to join the team at the Radnor Concours to support the overall event experience through sponsorship, advertising, and vendor initiatives!  She can be reached at Lisa@Brandfarmllc.com.

Over the Years


Michael Tillson and several of the present board members of the Concours played major roles in the organization and supervision of the Fairmount Park Vintage Grand Prix events that were held from 1990 to 1995. Featuring several hundred vintage sports racing cars, these four-day racing weekends honored the memory of the famous Fairmount Park races that took place in Philadelphia’s vast Fairmount Park system during the period of the First World War. At the time, the Fairmount Park races were the premier racing events in the United States, comparable in scope and reputation to the later Vanderbilt Cup races and the Indianapolis races of the 1920s and 1930s.
It was Michael Tillson’s concept to stage an elegant invitational classic car event on the spacious, historic grounds of the Radnor Hunt in Chester County that would compare to the elegance and quality of such national events as the annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California.

The concept of the event was far removed from the typical “car show.” It would be invitational, the cars would be carefully and individually selected and each car would represent an educational and aesthetic experience for guests. There would be a balance between historic, classic, sports and performance racing cars.

To recall the great traditions of the classic French Concours d’Elegance originally held in the Parc des Princes, Paris, there would be a automotive art, high-style fashion, and jewelry shows to compliment the latest fashions in motor cars.

Plans included a black-tie dinner party the night before the Concours to benefit a worthy charity, Thorncroft Equestrian Center and the Boy Scouts of America.

Most important it would have its own unique ambience, combining the most relaxed qualities of an English garden party with a celebration of the cars that have written memorable chapters in the history of the motor car. Over the years, motorcycles were added in 2004 and horse drawn coaches and carriages joined the Sunday field in 2008.

The Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance has faithfully held to those standards. Surveying carefully the progress of the Concours, the committee elected to restrict the number of entries in order to maintain very high standards and to allow the best possible display of each car. Thus evolved the concept of Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance.

Previous Winners

2023 Results

CategoryAwardsPresented ByWinnerVehicle
VeteranRadnor AwardDebbie & Bob Cornman1905 Franklin Model A
Veteran1st in ClassJesse Krupinski1904 Cadillac Model B Runabout
DebutanteRadnor AwardJeannie Steigerwalt1967 Sunbean Tiger MkII
Debutante1st in ClassMark Terlecky1967 TVR Tuscan V8 SWB
Historic Race CarRadnor AwardThe Simeone FoundationJeffrey & Brenda Kane1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S W-31 Convertible NHRA
Historic Race Car1st in ClassThe Simeone FoundationRobert Mirabile1962 Lotus 23 Sports Racer
Closed Sports CarRadnor AwardRM Sotheby'sLorenzo Tarantino1970 Alfa Romeo Junior Z
Closed Sports Car1st in ClassRM Sotheby'sMark Terlecky1967 TVR Tuscan V8 SWB
Open Sports CarRadnor AwardRM Sotheby'sThomas & Kristin Zarrella1968 Porsche 912 Targa
Open Sports Car1st in ClassRM Sotheby'sEd Koch1954 Kaiser Darrin Convertible
American Vintage Post WarRadnor AwardMichael Ford1977 Pontiac Grand Prix Model J
American Vintage Post War1st in ClassScott & November Nickett1961 Chrysler Imperial Convertible
American MuscleRadnor AwardMichael Etling Sr.1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS/RS Convertibe
American Muscle1st in ClassStanley Freed1968 Pontiac GTO Hardtop
American Pre War ClassicRadnor AwardThomas & Nicole Hahn1933 Ford Model 40 Cabriolet
American Pre War Classic1st in ClassBill Lillie1931 Detroit Electric Model 98A
European Vintage Post WarRadnor AwardPaul Anderson1969 Citroen DS21 Pallas 4 Door Sedan
European Vintage Post War1st in ClassAnthony Colle1953 Delahaye 135MS CL Speciale Faget Varnet
European Pre War ClassicRadnor AwardEduardo Zavala & Michelle Harris 1935 Swallow SS1 Coupe
European Pre War Classic1st in ClassDon Bernstein & Patt Taylor1929 Rolls Royce PI Derby Speedster by Brewster
Unrestored/Preservation Pre-WarRadnor AwardAdam Buck1934 Lincoln KB 7 Passenger Touring
Unrestored/Preservation Pre-War1st in ClassMichael Etling Jr.1931 Ford Model AA Fire Engine by American LaFrance
Unrestored/Preservation Post-WarRadnor AwardLeo Kob1966 Jaguar E Type OTS
Unrestored/Preservation Post-War1st in ClassJay Hirsch1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
BMW Z81st in ClassJohn Coates2000 BMW Z8 Roadster
BMW 507Radnor AwardThomas Pesikey1958 BMW 507 Roadster
BMW 5071st in ClassWalter Scott1960 BMW 507 Series II Roadster
HRGRadnor AwardDouglas Stuart1956 HRG Twin Cam
HRG1st in ClassDouglas Stuart1938 HRG Airline Coupe
Lincoln Continental 1939-1948Radnor AwardAnthony Russo1941 Lincoln Continental Coupe AACA Sr Grand Nat'l Zenith Finalist
Lincoln Continental 1939-19481st in ClassMark Lankford1940 Lincoln Continental Coupe
Continental MarkRadnor AwardHenry Hallowell III1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V Diamond Jubilee
Continental Mark1st in ClassTom & Kathy Wholley1956 Continental Continental Mark II Coupe
Pierce ArrowRadnor AwardAACA Museum1928 Pierce Arrow Model 36 Sedan ex Marlene Dietrich
Pierce Arrow1st in ClassElaine & Tony Lang1933 Pierce Arrow 1242 Twelve Converible Coupe
Hagerty Jr. JudgesRadnor AwardMia Bloomfield1960 Fiat 600 Jolly
Hagerty Jr. Judges1st in ClassRobert Mirabile1971 Lotus 69 Formula Ford
Ed Boyle Engineering Style AwardSpecialEd Koch1954 Kaiser Darrin Convertible
Preservation Award in Honor of Dr. Fred SimeoneSpecialHagerty Driver's FoundationLorenzo Tarantino1970 Alfa Romeo Junior Z
National Automotive Heritage AwardSpecialHagerty Driver's FoundationSimeone Museum 1907 Renault 35/45 Vanderbuilt Cup Racer
AACA Spirit of the Hobby AwardSpecialAACAGary Ott1969 Chevrolet Z/28 Rally Sport Coupe
Artist's AwardSpecialPeter Carlino1955 Fiat 8V Coupe Zagato
Spirit of Radnor AwardSpecialDennis Mamchur1958 Jaguar XK-150 Drop Head Coupe
Thorncroft Award for the Best Automobile for the EquestrianSpecialJames Jones1954 Mercedes 300b Cabriolet
Chief Judge's AwardSpecialAnn Fagan1970 Porsche 911T Targa
Chairman's AwardSpecialJulie & Scott Fenley1947 HRG Hurgenhauser
Timeless EleganceSpecialMcCollister TransportTom & Kathy Wholley1956 Continental Continental Mark II Coupe
Best of Show SportSpecialMorgan StanleyRobert Mirabile1962 Lotus 23 Sports Racer
Best of ShowSpecialMorgan StanleyDon Bernstein & Patt Taylor1929 Rolls Royce PI Derby Speedster by Brewster
Single Cylinder 1900-1950Farhan Terhani1948 Norton ES2
Single Cylinder 1951-1960Albert Bold1954 MV Agusta CSS 175 Disco Volante
Single Cylinder 1961-1990John Stark1957 Montessa Impala 250 Sport
Multi-Cylinder 1900-1940David Markel1916 Henderson Four
Multi-Cylinder 1941-1990Albert Bold1974 MV Agusta 750 GT
LaverdaDavid Markel1974 Laverda 750SFC
Preservation AwardPaul Carthew1951 Vincent Black Shadow
Historical SignificanceDavid Markel1916 Henderson Four
Spirit of RadnorPaul Carthew1951 Vincent Black Shadow
Best of ShowAlbert Bold1954 MV Agusta CSS 175 Disco Volante
Best Car in Motorsports ParkChris Hadson1965 Mustang
Best Family HaulerBrandon May2021 Audi RS6
Best ImportRoss Anderson1959 Unimog 411
Best SurvivorWilliam Conway1979 Alpha Romeo Spirit Veloce
Best Featured Marque CarTom Yanowsky2007 BMW Z4 Coupe

Best of Show

Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance has been fortunate to display some of the best motor cars in the United States. In its history, Radnor Hunt Concours’ reputation has grown, and major collectors from as far as Florida, California, and Maine have sought to win Best of Show.

For the 26th Annual event in 2023, Best of Show was awarded to the 1929 Rolls Royce PI Derby Speedster by Brewster owned by Don Berstein & Patt Taylor. The Best of Show Sporting Marque honors were taken by the 1962 Lotus 23 Sports Racer owned by Robert Mirabile. The Best of Show Motorcycle honors were awarded to the 1954 MV Agusta CSS 175 Disco Volante owned by Albert Bold.
For the 25th Annual event in 2022, Best of Show was awarded to the 1925 Locomobile Model 48.9 Derham Convertible owned by Robert Jepson. The Best of Show Sporting Marque honors were taken by the 1960 Chevrolet Cunningham Corvette LeMans #3 owned by Irwin Kroiz. The Best of Show Motorcycle honors were awarded to the 1914 Pierce Four owned by David Markel,
For the 24th Annual event in 2021, Best of Show was awarded to the 1931 Chrysler Imperial CG Victoria by Waterhouse owned by Henry Hallowell III. The Best of Show Sporting Marque honors were taken by the 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Sunray DX L88 owned by Irwin Kroiz. The Best of Show Motorcycle honors were awarded to the 1921 Mars A20 owned by Christopher Aker.
For the 23rd Annual event in 2019, Best of Show was awarded to the 1927 Mercedes Model K Roadster by Fleetwood of Michael & Joannie Rich. The Best of Show Sporting Marque honors were taken by the 1933 Alfa 8C 2300 Monza of the Simeone Foundation Museum. The Best of Show Motorcycle honors were awarded to the 1939 Crocker 61 cu in Twin Small Tank of David Markel.
For the 22nd Annual event in 2018, Best of Show was awarded to the 1932 Rolls Royce 20/25 Saloon by Gurney Nutting of Forrest McClain. The Best of Show Sporting Marque honors were taken by the 1956 Corvette SR2 of Irwin Kroiz.
For the 21st Annual event in 2017, Best of Show was awarded to the 1928 Auburn 8-88 Speedster of Richard and Helen Harding. The Best of Show Sporting Marque honors were taken by the 1983 Lancia-Abarth Rally 037 of John and Suzanne Campion.
In 2016, the Best of Show was awarded to the striking 1931 Marmon 16 Convertible Sedan of Vintage Motor Carriage. The Best of Show Sporting Marque went to the outstanding 1958 Ferrari 250 LWB Berlinetta of Dr. Roy Brod.
The 2015 Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance Best of Show titles were awarded to two spectacular cars. The Best of Show was won by the strikingly elegant 1934 Pierce Arrow 840A Convertible Sedan LeBaron of Charles Gillet, and the the Best of Show Sporting Marque was won by the very original 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spider Touring of Gordon Barrett.
Joseph and Margie Cassini took their third Radnor Hunt Best of Show trophy in 2014 for their beautiful 1933 Chrysler CL Imperial 5 Passenger Phaeton which had also taken the Best Classic Chrysler Award as that year’s featured marque. Oscar Davis returned to the winner’s ceremony with his magnificent 1954 Maserati A6G-2000 Zagato Spider chosen for the Best Sporting Marque Award.
In 2013 Peter Boyle was a double winner with Best of Show for his magnificent Issotta Fraschini 8ASS Boattail Convertible Coupe LeBaron, and the People’s Choice award went to his 1938 Steyr 220 Glasser Roadster. Best Sporting Marque of the Show went to Radnor Hunt’s newest regular participant, Lammot DuPont, for his striking gold and blue 1957 Ferraro Boano Sestriere Rally car.
First time Radnor Hunt entrants Sonny and Joan Abagnale took top honors with great enthusiasm winning Best of Show in 2012 with their beautiful white1929 Deusenberg Murphy convertible. The stars must have been uniquely aligned because another first time entrant, Kenneth and Keith Sherper won the Timeless Elegance custom made cuff links for their 1937 Roll Royce Phantom III Roadster. However, Best Sporting Marque of the Show went to Radnor Hunt veteran Bill Marriott for his 1957 Ferrari TRC 500 in a year when Ferrari was the featured marque.
After taking the tenth annual Best of Show with his 1938 Talbot Lago Cabriolet, the 2011 fifteenth annual Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance saw the second repeat Best of Show winner with Bill Marriott’s 1937 Talbot Lago T150CSS Coupe. Timeless Elegance was seen in multiple Radnor Hunt winner Joseph Cassini’s 1927 Issotta Fraschini Tipo 8AS Roadster, and the Best Sporting Marque of the Show was Jack Rich’s stunning black 1937 Jaguar SS100.
Best in Show In 2010 was awarded to the 1932 Packard 902 Sport Phaeton of Frank Buck, while Morton Bullock returned to the awards platform to collect the Timeless Elegance Award for his 1934 Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental Drop Head Coupe with body by Mulliner. A new tradition began with the Best Sporting Marque of the Show going to the Simeone Foundations’ Ferrari 375MM Spyder.
A new trend was started in 2009 by Radnor Hunt featuring a collector instead of a single marque, and Jack Rick was so honored. His 1906 National Model E 7-Passenger Tourer was selected as the best from his six cars on display. The traditional Best of Show was won by Morton Bullock for his 1929 Issotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Limousine by Castagna, and the Timeless Elegance Award went to Marty & Pat Weber’s 1933 Packard 1005 Convertible Coupe.
Jack Rich finally won Best of Show in 2008 with his perfect 1947 Delahaye 135M Figoni Falaschi 3 Position Drophead, while the Timeless Elegance Award went to James Caldwell’s stunning 1929 Rolls Royce Phantom I Convertible Sedan.
In 2007, first time entrant Oscar Davis of Elizabeth, New Jersey made it two-in-a-row for Talbot-Lago with his stunning T150C “Teardrop” Coupe. The Timeless Elegance award was presented to Jack Rich for his dramatic 1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III by Labourdette.
The Figoni Falaschi bodied Talbot-Lago is one of the most striking designs of the coachbuilding era. Bill Marriott’s beautiful 1938 T150C Cabriolet features sweeping pontoon fenders, low windscreen, and intimate seating for two. The car appears in motion while standing still. We are most proud that this wonderful rolling sculpture was honored as our tenth anniversary Best of Show in 2006.
In 2005, Joseph Cassini became the first multiple Best of Show winner with his 1930 Bentley Speed Six by Gurney Nutting. This great car was originally built for Lt. Cmdr. Glen Kidston so that he could compete in the 1930 Monte Carlo Rally. Commander Kidston was one of the famous “Bentley Boys” who achieved a kind of immortality for his spirited adventures with Bentley cars.
The tradition of excellence continued in 2003 as the green and black 1937 Lagonda LG 45 Rapide, presented by Judge Joseph Cassini, III swept the top spot. John Rich took home a beautiful IWC wristwatch from Govberg Jewelers for winning the Timeless Elegance award with his 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet B by Norrmalm.
2002 saw John Moir’s popular 1925 Voisin C3L Berline Transformable win Best in Show, while Jerry Saul’s won the Timeless Elegance Award for his stunning red and blue 1939 Delage D8 120 Roadster.
For 2004, Best Of Show went to the famous 1933 Pierce Arrow Silver Arrow of Tom Derro. Both the duPont Homsey Award and The Timeless Elegance Award Presented By Govberg Jewelers went to Dean Edmonds for his fabulous 1932 Bugatti Type 55 Roadster.
The 2000 event was captured by a 1939 Bugatti 57SC Roadster by Saoutchik and proudly presented by Jerry Sauls of Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
In 2001 Radnor honored the 100th anniversary of Rolls-Royce and fittingly, the 1926 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Salamanca of Baltimore’s Charles Gillet took Best in Show. In the first year of the Timeless Elegance Award, Wendy Garthwaite DeMarco won a beautiful watch presented by Govberg Jewelers for her 1938 Bentley 4 Litre Coupe by Van Vooren.
In 1999 George Hahn won that honor with his 1931 Cadillac Fleetwood Sport Phaeton.

Who Supports Us



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Sponsors & Vendors

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Volunteer Information

Are you interested in helping the event? We can always use assistance! We need volunteers for the following activities:

  • Event setup and breakdown for Thursday through Sunday
  • Friday Night Barbecue greeters
  • Saturday morning rally registration, dispatching cars, checkpoint staff, gathering score sheets at the conclusion, Cars and Coffee event organization and rally scoring/tabulation
  • Sunday car registration, parking, security, car placement, MotorSport Park registration and parking
  • Assisting in the new car tent and The Marketplace, judging sheet scoring runners, etc.

Sunday shifts are organized to ensure that there is plenty of time to enjoy the show.

If you would like to volunteer please contact us at volunteers@radnorconcours.org and we will add you to our volunteer list.

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Event Address
Radnor Hunt Club
826 Providence Road
Malvern, PA 19355

Mailing Address
Radnor Hunt Concours
P.O. Box 326
Edgemont, PA 19028

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