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Radnor Hunt Concours Welcomes Ferrari Club of America, Penn/Jersey Region

The Radnor Hunt Concours d'Elegance welcomes the enthusiasm of the Penn/Jersey Region of the Ferrari Club in joining us for our 24th annual event in 2021! This will be an exciting post-pandemic event, with "Ferraris That Are Not Red" gracing our show field as a...

Judge’s Bench – April 2021

In this month’s column I thought we could discuss the process and introduce a few of our esteemed judges. Since 2016, we have been following the guidelines set by the International Chief Judge Advisory Group or ICJAG. ICJAG was founded by Pebble Beach Chief Judge...

Judge’s Bench – March 2021

After a snowy winter, it looks like spring is finally here. The hope of outdoor car events will become reality before we know it. We are working through many applications, gearing up for a great event in September! This month, as promised, we have a special guest....

Judge’s Bench – February 2021

In this month’s Judges Bench, I thought we could review the basic elements of a Concours d’Elegance and what makes the Radnor Hunt Concours special. Concours D’Elegance, loosely translated from French, means Competition of Elegance. It refers to a time in the 17th...

Judge’s Bench – January 2021

In this first edition of the Judges Bench, I would like to start by introducing myself. My name is Tim McNair, Chief Judge here at the Radnor Hunt Concours. My business, Grand Prix Concours, prepares cars for concours events all over the globe. I have judged at many...

2016 Best of Show Winners

The 1931 Marmon Sixteen Convertible Sedan by LeBaron of Richard Driehaus and Chicago Vintage Motor Carriage won Best of Show. Howard Carpenter Marmon’s swan song was to offer one of two production V-16 engines offered by an automobile manufacturer; the other being...

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2015 Best of Show

The 1934 Pierce Arrow 840A Convertible Sedan by LeBaron of Charles Gillet won Best of Show, and the 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spider Touring of Gordon Barrett won the Best of Show Sporting Marque.

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2014 Best of Show

The 1933 Chrysler CL Imperial 5-Passenger Phaeton of Joseph Cassini was awarded Best of Show and the 1954 Maserati A6G-2000 Zagato Spider of Oscar Davis won Best of Show Sporting Marque.

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Confirmed Entries for This Year

There are a number of significant Chrysler cars confirmed for this year's event. Some of those entries are as follow. Judge Joseph Cassini will be bringing his 1933 Chrysler Imperial Phaeton which he purchased at the Milhous Auction two years ago. This 5-passenger...

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2013 Best of Show

The 1928 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8AS Convertible Coupe of Peter Boyle won Best of Show, and the 1957 Ferrari Boano Sestriere Rally Coupe of Lammot DuPont won the Best Sporting Marque of Show.

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2013 Results

Award Title Year Make Model Name Veteran/Century Radnor Award 1912 Chalmers Model 30 Touring Alfred Shaw Veteran/Century 1st 1911 Regal Model 20 Open 2 Seat Gary Ford Unrestored Radnor Award 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Roadster Gary Ott Unrestored &...

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Judging Committee Announces Best of Show Winners

The Judging Committees of the Radnor Hunt Concours d'Elegance is pleased to announce the winners of the car and motorcycle categories for 2013. The Best Sporting Marque of Show was awarded to Lammot Dupont for his 1957 Ferrari Boano Sestriere Rally. The Best of Show...

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Previous Winners

Previous Winners Radnor Hunt has been fortunate to display some of the best motor cars in the United States. In its brief history, Radnor’s reputation has grown, and major collectors from as far as Florida, California and Maine have sought to win Best in Show. In 1999...

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Malvern, PA 19355

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