Greenwich Concours Americana

Greenwich Concours Americana

The 23rd annual Greenwich Concours d’Elegance was held on the first weekend in June at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich, CT. The Park looks out over Greenwich Harbor on Long Island Sound, and the format consists of domestic marques exhibited on Saturday in the Greenwich Concours Americana.  Imported marques are exhibited on Sunday in the Concours International.

Thousands of spectators attended the Concourses. The most popular feature of both days were the cars of the late Briggs Cunningham. Of the 35 remaining Cunningham-built cars, 32 were on the field (one had an ‘off’ during the Friday rally, one delicate C-4RK stayed back at the REVS Institute, and one owner allegedly just did not care to attend).  Also on the field were five Cunningham team race cars, four continuation cars, and Cunningham’s personal 1955 Thunderbird. This was the largest display of Cunningham cars ever assembled in one location.  Two other featured Classes were the Cars of John Fitch and Competition Motorcycles.

Greenwich Concours Americana Best of Show – Elegance was a 1934 Packard Convertible Victoria. American Best of Show – Sport was a 1952 Cunningham C-3. The Most Outstanding Motorcycle – American went to the 1920 Indian Scout Streamliner (The World’s Fastest Indian).

On the field

white 1913 American Underslung owned by Wayne Carini of Chasing Classic Cars - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1913 American Underslung owned by Wayne Carini of Chasing Classic Cars

white/black 1928 Chrysler 71 Sport Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1928 Chrysler 71 Sport Roadster

black 1914 Cadillac Seven-Passenger Touring - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1914 Cadillac Seven-Passenger Touring

yellow 1913 Buick Roadster Racecar - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1913 Buick Roadster Racecar

blue 1922 Studebaker Special Six Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1922 Studebaker Special Six Roadster

brown 1904 Knox Tuxedo Surrey - Touring Car - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1904 Knox Tuxedo Surrey – Touring Car

white 1909 Locomobile L Demi Tonneau - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1909 Locomobile L Demi Tonneau

black 1915 Dodge Brothers Five-Passenger Touring - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1915 Dodge Brothers Five-Passenger Touring with WWI outfitted attendant

red 1923 Ahrens-Fox JM-4 Fire Engine - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1923 Ahrens-Fox JM-4 Fire Engine; the pump on this fire engine is made from solid bronze and weighs 900 lbs. The gas tank is made out of copper and holds 50 gallons of gas. All of the handles, light housings, pump accessories, caps, brackets, intake manifold and other parts are made from brass, copper or bronze. The 1,000 to 1,230 gallon piston pump could out pump most of the fire engines built today

dark red 1910 Simplex 90 HP - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1910 Simplex 90 HP

white 1934 Studebaker President Year Ahead Land Cruiser - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1934 Studebaker President Year Ahead Land Cruiser; this is the only 1934 Land Cruiser known to exist in the U.S.

blue/black 1931 Detroit Electric 98A Brougham - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1931 Detroit Electric 98A Brougham

white 1940 Packard Super 8 160 Wagon - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1940 Packard Super 8 160 Wagon

brown 1941 Oldsmobile Model 98 Station Wagon Woodie - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1941 Oldsmobile Model 98 Station Wagon Woodie

cream yellow 1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Cabriolet - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1935 Auburn 851 Supercharged Cabriolet

cream 1930 Packard 740 Phaeton - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1930 Packard 740 Phaeton

black 1934 Cadillac Convertible Sedan - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1934 Cadillac Convertible Sedan

blue 1932 Packard 904 Convertible Victoria - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1932 Packard 904 Convertible Victoria

grey 1934 Packard Convertible Victoria - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1934 Packard Convertible Victoria received the Greenwich Concours Americana Best of Show-Elegance Award

silver 1969 Chevrolet COPO Chevelle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1969 Chevrolet COPO Chevelle

black 1968 Dodge Coronet - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1968 Dodge Coronet

red 1966 Shelby GT350 Coupe - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1966 Shelby GT350 Coupe

orange 1973 Buick Century Gran Sport Stage 1 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1973 Buick Century Gran Sport Stage 1

green 1971 Buick GSX - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1971 Buick GSX

silver/black 1969 Plymouth Road Runner - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1969 Plymouth Road Runner; only 7800 miles and all original except interior carpet

white/gold 1969 Oldsmobile Hurst Olds - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1969 Oldsmobile Hurst Olds

brittany blue 1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback

green 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1970 Dodge Challenger T/A

green 1970 American Motors AMX - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1970 American Motors AMX

white 1965 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1965 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop

black 1962 Ford Thunderbird Convertible - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1962 Ford Thunderbird Convertible; features the roadster package which is the rear tonneau that covers the back seat. Fully optioned, it even has the swing-out steering wheel

blue 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz; this convertible cost a whopping $7,401 new

white 1962 Oldsmobile Starfire - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1962 Oldsmobile Starfire; Oldmobile used the name ‘Starfire’ three different times in their cars

red 1976 Cadillac Eldorado - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1976 Cadillac Eldorado; this Caddy was part of GM’s Heritage Collection and still sits on its factory issued tires from 1976

1966 AMC Marlin Fastback - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1966 AMC Marlin Fastback; has every option from the ‘Flash-O-Matic’ transmission to a tissue dispenser

white 1960 Ford Thunderbird - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1960 Ford Thunderbird; this car sat in storage from 1970-2012

red/white 1961 Nash Metropolitan - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1961 Nash Metropolitan

blue 1967 Chevrolet El Camino - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1967 Chevrolet El Camino; still owned and loved by the original buyer

black 1962 Chrysler 300 Convertible - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1962 Chrysler 300 Convertible; all original with the exception of tires, belts and battery

brown 1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport

black 1958 Ford Ranchero - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1958 Ford Ranchero

black 1950 Kurtis Kraft Midget racer - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

The Ford Ranchero is pulling a 1950 Kurtis Kraft Midget racer which is still raced

blue 1948 Tucker Twin Turbo - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1948 Tucker Twin Turbo

blue The Tucker was built by IDA Automotive and was driven to the award ceremony by Sean Tucker, the grandson of Preston Tucker - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

The Tucker won People’s Choice Award-American. The Tucker was built by IDA Automotive and was driven to the award ceremony by Sean Tucker, the grandson of Preston Tucker

1924 Indian Twin Hillclimber - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1924 Indian Twin Hillclimber Motorcycle

red 1916 Excelsior Twin Board Track Racer Motorcycle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1916 Excelsior Twin Board Track Racer Motorcycle

black 1953 BSA A10 Golden Flash Motorcycle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 BSA A10 Golden Flash Motorcycle

red/white 1979 Yamaha TZ750F Motorcycle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1979 Yamaha TZ750F Motorcycle

blue 1933 Ford 68 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1933 Ford 68 Roadster

green 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe

blue 1936 Ford V-8 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1936 Ford V-8 Roadster

orange 1941 Indian 741 Scout - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1941 Indian 741 Scout Motorcycle

red 1937 Indian Sport 4 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1937 Indian Sport 4 Motorcycle

black 1949 Velocette KTT - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1949 Velocette KTT Motorcycle

black/red 1957 Harley-Davidson FLH Motorcycle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

red/white/blue 1970 Yamaha R5 Motorcycle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1970 Yamaha R5 Motorcycle

red/white/blue 1970 Yamaha R5 Motorcycle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

350cc

black 1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1932 Ford 3 Window Coupe

green 1939 Ford Deluxe Coupe - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1939 Ford Deluxe Coupe

grey 1938 Lincoln Zephyr Convertible Coupe - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1938 Lincoln Zephyr Convertible Coupe

1915 Harley-Davidson Model J Motorcycle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1915 Harley-Davidson Model J Motorcycle

1924 Harley-Davidson FHA Motorcycle - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1924 Harley-Davidson FHA Motorcycle

red/white 1957 Ford Skyliner Retractable Roof Hardtop - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1957 Ford Skyliner Retractable Roof Hardtop

white 1954 Cadillac Coupe de Ville - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1954 Cadillac Coupe de Ville; this car features Cadillac’s Autotronic Eye which automatically dimmed the headlights, and the Wonderbar radio which was one of the first radios that could auto seek to the next strongest radio station

1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk

red/white 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

white/gold 1956 Plymouth Fury - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1956 Plymouth Fury; all Furies were white with with gold anodized trim work and powered by a 305 cu V8 270 hp engine. This car has the rare twin-four barrel carbs

blue 1956 Continental Mk II - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1956 Continental Mk II; were sold new for $10K and delivered to the dealers in a fleece-lined cover

silver 1966 Corvair Corsa Fitch Sprint - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1966 Corvair Corsa Fitch Sprint

blue 1965 Corvair Corsa Fitch Sprint - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1965 Corvair Corsa Fitch Sprint

white 1962 Corvair Corsa Fitch Sprint - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1962 Corvair Corsa Fitch Sprint

blue 1950 Fitch Whitmore Special - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1950 Fitch Whitmore Special

red 1957 Ford Custom Tudor F-Code - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1957 Ford Custom Tudor F-Code; this custom Tudor was found in a shed in TN in 1965 and was originally used to run moonshine. This model came with only one option – a supercharged 312 V8 known as the F-code

red 1957 Ford Thunderbird F-Code - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1957 Ford Thunderbird F-Code

yellow 1957 Ford Thunderbird D/F - Code - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1957 Ford Thunderbird D/F – Code; this is 1 of 15 TBirds built by Ford for racing and this car is the only D/F TBird with overdrive. D/F is the code which indicates the car is equipped with a supercharger to meet NASCAR homologation requirements

red 1957 Ford Custom D/F - Code - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1957 Ford Custom D/F – Code; this supercharged car has been in the same family since new

black 1962 Chevrolet C1 Corvette - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1962 Chevrolet C1 Corvette

white 1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Convertible - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Convertible

yellow 1967 Pontiac Fitch Firebird - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1967 Pontiac Fitch Firebird

white 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado Fitch Phantom - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1966 Oldsmobile Toronado Fitch Phantom

green/black 1966 Corvair Corsa Fitch Sprint - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1966 Corvair Corsa Fitch Sprint

 

The Cunninghams

blue 1951 Cunningham C-1 Prototype - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1951 Cunningham C-1 Prototype; from the Collier Collection at The Revs Intitute. This is the first Cunningham car built, and the only one with a Cadillac V8. This car appeared in one race, driven by John Fitch, where it came in 2nd overall and 1st in class. The motor has been recently rebuilt

white/blue #5 1951 Cunningham C-2R - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1951 Cunningham C-2R; 1 of the 2 remaining C-2Rs built for Le Mans in 1951, right after which the cars were repainted and sold primarily for street use or gentleman racing. This car did not finish in its one year at Le Mans. It has been restored to original race specs and paint

white/blue #53 1951 Cunningham C-2R - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1951 Cunningham C-2R; 1 of the 2 remaining C-2Rs built for Le Mans in 1951, where the car was driven by the team of John Fitch and Phil Waters. It did not finish. It has been fully restored to originally race specs and paint

white/blue #1 1952 Cunningham C-4R Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-4R Roadster; from the Collier Collection at The Revs Institute. This car was built for Le Mans in 1952. Briggs personally drove it in 1952, 1953 and 1954, finishing 4th, 7th, and 5th overall respectively. In 1952 Briggs drove 20 of the 24 hours himself. This car can be identified by its 9 louvers over 8 on the front fenders

white/blue 1952 Cunningham C-4R Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-4R Roadster; from the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum. Built for Le Mans in 1952 this C-4R did not finish that year. It was present only for practice in 1953. In 1954 it achieved 3rd overall, which tied for the highest place finish of any Cunningham car at Le Mans. It can be identified by its 9 louvers over 9 on the front fenders

white/blue 1952 Cunningham C-4R Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

The business end of the C-4R

white/blue #4 1953 Cunningham C-5R - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-5R; from the Collier Collection at the Revs Institute. This 1 of 1 C-5R was built specifically for Le Mans in 1953. This was nicknamed ‘the shark’ or ‘the smiling shark’ for its unusual grill. John Fitch drove the car to a 3rd overall that year, the best result for Cunningham

white/blue #4 1953 Cunningham C-5R - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

The C-5R is impressive from any angle

white/blue #63 1955 Cunningham C-6R - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1955 Cunningham C-6R; also from the Collier Collection at The Revs Institute, this 1 of 1 C-6R was built specifically for Le Mans in 1955 where it did not finisf. It was finished with a Meyer-Drake Offenhauser 4-cyl motor. The Offy was later swapped out for a Jag motor and gearbox which it still carries today

white/blue #63 1955 Cunningham C-6R - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

The C-6R won the Greenwich Concours People’s Choice International Award. The C-6R is an American car, but it was on display both days of the Greenwich Concours

#63 white/blue 1955 Cunningham C-6R - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

#63 white/blue 1955 Cunningham C-6R - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

Racing legend and former F1 commentator David Hobbs inspects the C-6R

silver/dark red 1950 Ferrari 195 S Inter Vignale Speciale Competizione - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1950 Ferrari 195 S Inter Vignale Speciale Competizione. The Inter was staged with the Cunninghams for comparison

silver/dark red 1950 Ferrari 195 S Inter Vignale Speciale Competizione - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

Bodied by Vignale, this Ferrari raced in the 1951 Coppa Intereuropa. Vignale later did bodies for the Cunningham C-3, note the similarities

black/white 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; this is the first C-3 sent to Italy to be bodied at Vignale in Torino. It has a Chrysler Hemi V8 engine with a Cadillac LaSalle 3 speed stick. This is the only car with curved side glass. It has documented ownership back to the 1st owner. This Cunningham won the Greenwich Concours Americana Best of Show-Sport Award

Tom Cotter barn find 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; this C-3 took 1st place in the Watkins Glen Concours in 1952 and was featured in the Museum of Modern Art’s ten best automobiles. It was found by Barn Find Hunter, Tom Cutter, in a basement 10 years ago. He still owns it

Tom Cotter barn find 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

Tom Cotter barn find 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

Tom Cotter barn find 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

Tom Cotter barn find 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

Tom Cotter was instrumental in gathering the Cunninghams for this Concours

blue/blue 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; this is the 1st C-3 delivered with front vent windows and the only one delivered new with Borrani wire wheels. It has been on display at the Henry Ford Museum

unrestored 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; this C-3 has been in the same family since 1964 making it a 2-owner car since new. It’s the last car made with a Caddy LaSalle 3 speed stick. The car was nursed back to life for this event and ran for the first time in over 20 years

unrestored 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

blue/silver 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; this was the 1st C-3 delivered with a Chrysler Fluid-Matic transmission. The original owner was Edmond DuPont and the car was featured in Mechanix Illustrated in May ’54

yellow 1953 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3; this is a restored, stock unmolested C-3 coupe with a traditional log manifold and 4 Zenith carburetors. The car has been on permanent display for the past 5 years at the Gateway Auto Museum in CO

silver/grey 1954 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1954 Cunningham C-3; this car was ordered with the optional Ford radio and heater. At one time it belonged to a grandson of Briggs Cunningham. The car was acquired in pieces in 2003 and underwent a total restoration that took 12 years to complete. Worth the wait

green/off white 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; this C-3 was fitted by Cunningham for racing with vented front brake drums, a 40 gallon fuel tank, hood straps and a heavy duty sway bar. Delivered new to its first owner in Brazil, it returned to the US 13 years ago in pieces, and missing many pieces

white/blue 1953 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3; this is the last C-3 built on the shorter 105″ wheelbase. Its previous owner was Tom Smith who raced the car at Watkins Glen, Lime Rock and Pocono. The current owners recently completed the Spirit of Yves Classic through the French Alps with this car!

white/blue 1953 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

The current owners recently completed the Spirit of Yves Classic through the French Alps with this C-3

dark red/silver Jay Leno's 1953 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3; owned by Jay Leno, this is the 1st C-3 built on the longer 107″ wheelbase. The restoration by Jay Leno’s Garage was the basis for a dedicated episode of Jay’s TV show. Certain upgrades were made for modern high speed touring

blue/white 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; owned by a Mr. Cunningham, he found this car with a Chevy V8 installed, which he replaced with a correct Chrysler Hemi V8 while completely restoring the car for high speed touring

dark red/silver 1953 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3; this is a fully restored to stock, unmolested example of a C-3 coupe bodied by Vignale. The cost new was $10,000 in 1953

black 1953 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3; this C-3 remained in the Briggs Cunningham family until the death of his elder daughter Lucie 4 years ago. It was the only C-3 built with a 1954 Chrysler New Yorker motor, a single Carter 4 barrel carb, the Powerflite fully auto 2-speed transmission and power windows

blue/silver 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; another gem from the Collier Collection at the Revs Institute, this C-3 has been extensively upgraded for modern day high speed vintage rallies

palm beach green 1954 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1954 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet; this was the 1st of 5 C-3 Vignale Cabriolets. The color is Palm Beach Green and has been shown at Pebble Beach

blue/silver 1953 Cunningham C-3; - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3; this C-3 was ordered new by Kansas oil magnate Jack Hinkle, a road racing rival of Briggs Cunningham

red/black 1953 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3; this car was featured on the cover of Mechanix Illustrated in 1953

green/green 1954 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1954 Cunningham C-3; this C-3 Coupe was meticulously restored to stock by the previous owner. All parts and systems are original to the car

blue/silver 1953 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet; 1 of 5 C-3 cabriolets, the car has been recently painted, but otherwise preserved. The car was donated to the Elliott Museum in 1982, where it resides today

dark red 1953 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet; the 1st owner of this C-3 was Nelson D. Rockefeller who ordered the car with special bumpers and wheel covers. The car belongs to the Robert M. Lee Automobile Collection. The late Mr. Lee was a passionate and astute collectors of cars

orange/silver 1952 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet; this is 1 of 2 C-3s delivered from Vignale with the Vignale/Cunningham crossed flags on the trunk. The period modifications in the 50s are still retained

blue/silver 1954 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1954 Cunningham C-3; this car went to auction on Sunday

red/red 1953 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet; - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1953 Cunningham C-3 Cabriolet; this is the 5th and final C-3 cabriolet bodied Vignale. Ownership records are known to the 1st owner who traded a damaged Cunningham C-2R against the purchase price

white/blue 1954 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1954 Cunningham C-3; this is the last C-3 to be completed, bodied by Vignale in Italy

white/blue 1952 Cunningham C-3 - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-3; after a complete restoration, this C-3 which was missing for for 40 years makes its public debut

white/blue 1952 Cunningham C-4RK Tribute - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-4RK Tribute; this is an exact replication of the C-4RK as could be done. The chassis is an original spec C-4R chassis built by Briggs III in the 90s

white/blue 1952 Cunningham C-4R Continuation - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1952 Cunningham C-4R Continuation; this is the 1st of 4 continuation cars built by Briggs Cunningham III and Larry Black in the 90s to original specs

white/blue 2004 Cunningham C4RC Continuation - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

2004 Cunningham C4RC Continuation; this is the 2nd continuation car built by Briggs III

white/blue 1997/1952 Cunningham C-4RC Continuation - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1997/1952 Cunningham C-4RC Continuation; the last of the 4 continuation cars completed

black Briggs Cunningham's 1955 Ford Thunderbird - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1955 Ford Thunderbird; this was Briggs Cunningham’s personal car. It was stored in France where he used it when he raced at Le Mans. It still has the yellow driving lights mandated by French law

white/blue 1958 Lisetr-Jaguar Knobbly; - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1958 Lister-Jaguar Knobbly; this racecar was built by designer and builder Brian Lister with an inline six-cyl and 350 hp. It was a Cunningham team race car from 1958-60 and in ’58 was the SCCA National Champion

white/blue 1960 Chevrolet Cunningham Corvette - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1960 Chevrolet Cunningham Corvette; this Cunningham team racecar was driven by John Fitch and Bob Grossman in the 1960 Le Mans where it scored a class victory

white/blue 1961 Cooper Monaco MK III - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1961 Cooper Monaco MK III; 1 of 3 Cooper Monaco IIIs built, this car was owned and raced by Bruce McLaren. Later the car was sold to and raced by the Briggs Cunningham team

red 1962 Stanguellini Deltino Formula Junior - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1962 Stanguellini Deltino Formula Junior; this Deltino was sent to Briggs Cunningham for Walt Hansgen to race at Daytona in 1962 where it qualified on the pole

white 1962 Maserati Tipo 151 GT - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana

1962 Maserati Tipo 151 GT; this is 1 of 3 Tipo 151s built to run at Le Mans in 1962. It was driven by Bill Kimberly and Dick Thompson for Briggs, and it is the only one of the three to survive

red 1920 Indian Scout - 2018 Greenwich Concours Americana
The Indian Scout Streamliner is a legendary bike. In 1967 at 68 years old the bike (owned and modified ny Burt Monro of New Zealand) Burt set a new land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats. His story was told in the movie “The World’s Fastest Indian” starring Sir Anthony Hopkins

red 1920 Indian Scout Streamliner won the Most Outstanding Motorcycle - American - 2018 greenwich concours americana
1920 Indian Scout Streamliner won the Most Outstanding Motorcycle – American

Take a look at previous Greenwich Concours’:

2017 Americana and 2017 International

2016 Americana and 2016 International

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