Greenwich Concours International

The Greenwich Concours d’Elegance continued on Sunday with imported cars and motorbikes, featuring Jaguar SS cars and competition motorcycles, and included an array of vintage vehicles and modern supercars.

The Greenwich Concours International Best of Show – Sport winner was the 1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Spider Scaglietti. Best of Show – Elegance winner was the 1935 SS1 Tourer.  The award for Most Outstanding Motorcycle – International went to the 1974 Ducati 750 Super Sport. The 1957 AC Ace Bristol won Best Classic Car as chosen by Wayne Carini.

Per usual Bonhams had a nice selection of vehicles for auction on Sunday.

silver 1960 Lancia Flaminia Sport - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1960 Lancia Flaminia Sport; Zagato built, 2.5 liter V6

red 1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Spider Scaglietti - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Spider Scaglietti; this 335 Sport Spider was built in the spring of 1957 for Scuderia Ferrari racing. In 1957, it raced at the Mille Miglia, Nurburgring, Le Mans, Swedish Grand Prix, R.A.C.B. Spa, Venezuela GP and Nassau (twice). The car also won the Greenwich Concours International Best of Show – Sport Award

blue 1955 Fiat 100 TV Pininfarina Coupe; - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1955 Fiat 100 TV Pininfarina Coupe; Fiat only made 127 of this model, of which only ten had the ‘Panoramic’ rear window

black 1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1966 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2; bodied by Pininfarina, this Series II 330 GT is powered by a 4 liter V-12 with 300 HP. This Ferrari also has Borrani wheels, A/C and power windows

red 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1972 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona; also bodied by Pininfarina, the Daytona is powered by a 4.4 liter V-12 with 352 HP

black/silver 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Boano - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1957 Ferrari 250 GT Boano; this Pininfarina designed car was assembled by Carrozzeroa Boano and was featured in Tom Cotter’s book “Survivor”

silver 1963 Ferrari Lusso 250 GTL - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1963 Ferrari Lusso 250 GTL; 1 of 351 Lussos built, this V-12 240 HP Ferrari is all original except for the paint

red 1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1972 Ferrari 365 GTC/4; only 505 of these V-12 352 HP Ferraris were made in 1971-72

blue 1964 Maserati 3500 GTi Spyder - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1964 Maserati 3500 GTi; this Vignale bodied Spyder boasts a 3.5 liter inline 6 cylinder engine and 240 HP

blue 1967 Ferrari 330 GTS - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1967 Ferrari 330 GTS; 1 of 100 built, the 330 GTS has a 4 liter Columbo V-12 engine

red 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2; designed by Carrozzeria Touring, this unrestored car has a V-12 engine with 320 HP

black 1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona; other than the repaint in black in 1998, this car is original

dark red/grey 1950 Ferrari 195 S - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1950 Ferrari 195 S; bodied by Vignale, this Ferrari 195 S raced in the 1951 Coppa Intereuropa

blue 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Targa - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS Targa; this Dino was featured on Wayne Carini’s show Chasing Classic Cars

red 1981 Ferrari 512 BB - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1981 Ferrari 512 BB; the 512 BB was Ferrari’s first road car to use the mid-mounted flat-12 engine which produces 360 HP

silver 1960 Lancia Flaminia GT - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1960 Lancia Flaminia GT; the Flaminia GT Coupe was Lancia’s premier luxury car. This one was sold new in France

dark red 1966 Maserati Mistral - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1966 Maserati Mistral; bodied by Frua and powered by a 4,000 cc dual overhead cam six with 270 HP

silver 1960 Lancia Flaminia Sport - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1960 Lancia Flaminia Sport

blue/silver 1957 Porsche Speedster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1957 Porsche Speedster

yellow 1963 Porsche Carrera - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1963 Porsche Carrera; the top of the line 130 HP Carrera sold for over $7,000 in 1963

blue 1964 Porsche 356 SC - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1964 Porsche 356 SC; body by Karmann

silver rainbow striped 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Targa - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1974 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Targa; powered by a 2.7 liter air-cooled horizontally opposed six rated at 230 HP, this car is unrestored

1973 Porsche RS - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1973 Porsche RS; except for a repaint 23 years ago this car is original

silver 1955 Porsche 356 Pre-A Continental Cabriolet - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1955 Porsche 356 Pre-A Continental Cabriolet

black 1995 Porsche 993 RS Clubsport - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1995 Porsche 993 RS Clubsport; this car has the RS Aero package, factory roll cage and 300 HP. It is one of 227 built

grey 1968 Porsche 912 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1968 Porsche 912; only 90 HP, but a classic

red 1989 Porsche Speedster; - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1989 Porsche Speedster; only 800 of the 2,100 built were brought to the U.S. This car only has 6,000 miles since new

black 2014 McLaren P1 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2014 McLaren P1; the P1 made its debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Powered by a twin turbo 3.8 liter V8 that produces 727 HP and an electric motor that produces 176 HP

orange 2018 McLaren 570 MSO X - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2018 McLaren 570 MSO X; the MSO X, short for McLaren Special Operations Ten. Just ten of these street legal 562 HP cars were produced

yellow 2002 Acura NSX-T - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2002 Acura NSX-T; meant to compete with V8 engined Ferraris the NSX was the first mass-produced all-aluminium bodied car. It featured a 3.2 liter with 290 HP

black 2017 Acura NSX - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2017 Acura NSX; the NSX was Road & Track’s 2017 Performance Car of the Year. Designed, developed and manufactured in America it is powered by a 3.5 liter V-6 turbo with 500 HP

Gulf Oil livery 1969 Mirage M2 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1969 Mirage M2; this Mirage M2 is one of only 3 built. The car was driven by David Hobbs and Mike Hailwood to a 7th Place finish at Spa

white/red RC Cola livery 1986 Porsche 962 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1986 Porsche 962; this 962 was raced by Dyson Racing in 1986 under the RC Cola livery. It won at Road Atlanta and Road America and never finished out of the top ten in nine races

blue 2018 Ford GT - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2018 Ford GT; the new Ford GT made its debut at the North American International Auto Show. With 647 HP and a top-speed of 216 mph, the body is entirely made of carbon-fiber

red 1991 Ferrari Testarossa - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1991 Ferrari Testarossa; an iconic 12 cylinder Ferrari

blue 2007 Spyker Laviolette - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2007 Spyker Laviolette; this Dutch Laviolette is a variant of the Spyker C8. It is one of 26 made in 2007. Powered by a 4.2 liter V-8 with 400 HP

white Jim Glickenhaus' SCG 003 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
Jim Glickenhaus’ 2018 SCG 003; which stands for ‘Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus’ and is the third car he has commissioned

white Jim Glickenhaus' SCG 003 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International

white Jim Glickenhaus' SCG 003 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International

white Jim Glickenhaus' SCG 003 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
Read more about the car at SCG003

white 1983 Lamborghini Countach LP500 S - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1983 Lamborghini Countach LP500 S; the 4.7 liter 12 cylinder engine is rated at 375 HP

blue 2018 Bugatti Chiron - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2018 Bugatti Chiron

white 1957 Jaguar XK140 SE Coupe - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1957 Jaguar XK140 SE Coupe; SE stands for Special Equipment which bumps the HP from 190 to 210. This car is one of 396 built with automatic transmission

green 1967 Jaguar E-Type Series I - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1967 Jaguar E-Type Series I

grey 1950 Jaguar XK120 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1950 Jaguar XK120 Roadster; the current owner purchased this gem in 1972 for $500. He restored it off and on for 41 years and drove it for the first time in 2013

blue 1957 AC Ace Bristol - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1957 AC Ace Bristol; AC built only 466 of these with the 130 HP Bristol inline six. Carroll Shelby later would purchase Ace chassis and body, into which he installed a V-8. The AC Ace derived Cobra was born. This stunning AC Ace Bristol won the Best Classic Car Award of the Greenwich Concours International, as chosen by Wayne Carini

blue 1957 AC Ace Bristol - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
The interior on the AC Ace Bristol is equally as stunning

black/red 1956 Austin Healey 100M Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1956 Austin Healey 100M Roadster

green 1950 HRG 1500 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1950 HRG 1500 Roadster; with coachwork by St. Leonards Engineering, this HRG had a very active racing life in the U.K. and is still campaigned in VSCCA racing events

red 1962 AC Ace 2.6 Ruddspeed - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1962 AC Ace 2.6 Ruddspeed; powered by a Ford Zephyr inline six rated at 172 HP, the engine was installed at the suggestion of racing driver and race shop owner Ken Rudd. 36 were made, this is 1 of 9 which were LHD

red 1962 Daimler SP250 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1962 Daimler SP250; the fiberglass bodied car was the last car to be launched by Daimler before being sold to Jaguar Cars in 1960

blue 1965 Aston Martin DB5 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1965 Aston Martin DB5; this is one of only 19 convertibles built with factory LHD. It also has rare factory air-conditioning

green 1962 Aston Martin DB4 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1962 Aston Martin DB4

green 1967 Sunbeam Tiger - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1967 Sunbeam Tiger; the owner purchased this car new in Fairfield, CT

red 1963 Triumph TR 3B -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1963 Triumph TR 3B; this competition TR 3B participates in Autocross events and the owner has won more than 200 trophies all over New England

blue 1966 Lotus Elan S2 -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1966 Lotus Elan S2; weighing in at just 1,400 pounds

cream white/black 1949 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1949 Jaguar XK120 Alloy Roadster; this alloy-bodied XK120 was purchased new by famed industrial designer Brooks Stevens as his personal car. He owned it for 46 years and raced it in SCCA events

grey/blue 1935 SS1 Coupe -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1935 SS1 Coupe; the SS1 was the first car designed by Sir William Lyons of Jaguar. This one was bought new by Ada Falcon, a famous Argentinian Tango dancer. SS Cars changed its name to Jaguar after WWII

 blue 1935 SS 90 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1935 SS 90 Roadster; this SS 90 was registered in England in 1935 and still carries its registration to this day

white 1935 SS1 Tourer -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1935 SS1 Tourer; this car is one of the 7 known survivors of the 17 tourers made at the end of 1935 but completed with a 1936 front grille and badging. It sat on display at the National Museum of Transport for over 40 years

green 1935 SS 90 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1935 SS 90 Roadster

black 1938 Jaguar SS 100 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1938 Jaguar SS 100 Roadster

white 1938 Jaguar SS 100 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1938 Jaguar SS 100 Roadster; this SS 100 was owned by Sir Dave Garroway who was the original anchor and host of The Today Show on NBC in the 1940s. He raced it regularly in the 1950s and fitted it with a Roots supercharger

red 1939 Lagonda V-12 Drophead Coupe - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1939 Lagonda V-12 Drophead Coupe; designed by W.O. Bentley Lagonda built only 9 of these models in 1939. This car was stored in a chapel in WWII then resided for over 30 years in the Blackhawk Museum

red 1950 MG TD - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1950 MG TD; this 54 HP British beauty was purchased new by the current and original owner. The car got caught in Hurricane Sandy and had to be restored afterwards

cream 1938 MG TA Tickford - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1938 MG TA Tickford; this is 1 of 252 Tickford DHCs out of 3,003 TA models built

red 1932 MG J2 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1932 MG J2; this MG was formerly owned by racing great Fred Wacker. Wacker drove in five Formula One World Championship races driving an Allard. This MG was his daily driver

blue 1932 MG F1 Magna Stiles Special Threesome - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1932 MG F1 Magna Stiles Special Threesome; this F1 Magna has a Stiles Special Threesome body, with coachwork by James Young of Bromley. Only 30 were ever built and only 5 are known to exist

tan/brown 1947 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1947 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith; the Silver Wraith was Rolls-Royce’s first post war car. It was built from 1946-1958 as a chassis only, the customer picked the coachbuilder. This car was coachbuilt by Gurney Nutting

tan/brown 1947 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith  - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
The Wraith has ample luggage and tailgating space

tan/brown 1947 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith  - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
Initially only a four-speed manual gearbox was offered, but this was supplemented by a GM Hydramatic automatic option from 1952

green/white 1951 Bentley Mark VI Four-Door Sedan - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1951 Bentley Mark VI Four-Door Sedan; this Mark VI was delivered new to comedians Ernie Kovacs and Edie Adams. It is 1 of 14 built with LHD

green 1938 Jaguar SS 100 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1938 Jaguar SS 100; this SS 100 was built as a factory race car and raced in the 1930s by M. Archer, a noted rally driver. The car was raced into the 1950s

green/wood 1949 Bentley Continental Touring Sedan - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1949 Bentley Continental Touring Sedan; also know as a ‘Shooting Brake’, only four examples of the Bentley wagon were built

teal green 1952/1953 Bentley Mark VI - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1952/1953 Bentley Mark VI; this Bentley was originally shown at the 1952 Geneva Auto Show. Afterwards, the Swiss coachbuilder Graber changed the car to a drophead in 1953

blue 1962 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster- 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1962 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster

blue 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250 SL - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1967 Mercedes-Benz 250 SL; the 250 SL was produced for just one year

white 1963 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1963 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL; this 190 SL was sold new in Atlanta, GA and then shipped to the Yokosuka, Japan Naval base with its owner. The original owner came back to the U.S. and maintained ownership until 2013

white 1963 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
A nice touch

silver 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing

grey 1958 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1958 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL; this car was sold new in Canada. In the 1970s it was placed in storage due to a blown head gasket and sat there for 30 years. The car only has 13,000 miles

green 1978 Bitter CD - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1978 Bitter CD; this car was built by Bitter of Germany and is only 1 of 395 that were ever built from 1973-77

red 1976 Sbarro BMW 328 Baby Roadster -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1976 Sbarro BMW 328 Baby Roadster

red 1988 BMW E24 M6 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1988 BMW E24 M6

silver 1966 Glas 1300 GT -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1966 Glas 1300 GT; body by Frua, 1 of 363 produced by Hans Glas GmbH of Germany

red 1957 BMW 507 Roadster -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1957 BMW 507 Roadster; only 252 BMW 507 roadsters were built

green 1937 BMW 328 Roadster - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1937 BMW 328 Roadster; this 328 Roadster is a competition model with magnesium brakes. It raced at Nurburgring and Pforzheim in 1937

silver 1973 BMW 2002tii - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1973 BMW 2002tii; still owned by the original owner who bought it new and used it as a daily driver for many years

silver 1995 BMW 850 CSi - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1995 BMW 850 CSi; the 850 CSi is the M8 that BMW never built. This 375 HP V-12 is one of 225 that were exported to the U.S.

red 2002 BMW Z8 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2002 BMW Z8

white 1930 Alfa Romeo 1750 GS Testa Fissa -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1930 Alfa Romeo 1750 GS Testa Fissa; this car was initially built as a racecar, but was turned into a four-passenger car in 1947. It retained that body for more than 50 years, and then the original body was recreated, which is how it is presented

white/blue/red 1964 Cooper Monaco Type 61 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1964 Cooper Monaco Type 61; 1 of 6 built and the only one powered by a 327 c.i. Chevy V-8. The car has raced successfully in SCCA and USRRC

Paul Newman's 1979 Datsun 280ZX - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1979 Datsun 280ZX; this 280Z was the 1979 SCCA National Championship winner driven by Paul Newman and owned by Bob Sharp Racing

red 1952 MG TD - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1952 MG TD

blue 1950 Fitch Whitmore Special - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1950 Fitch Whitmore Special; John Fitch teamed up with illustrator Coby Whitmore to turn Coby’s Jaguar XK120 into a race car. Driven by Fitch, the car won its class and finished 4th overall at Bridgehampton in 1951

 red 1964 Austin-Healey Sebring Sprite - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1964 Austin-Healey Sebring Sprite; this Sebring Sprite raced at Sebring in 1964. It was returned to the factory after racing, and later sold to a dealer in PA. It is in original condition with just 900 miles on it from new

blue 1951 Porsche 356 Coupe - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1951 Porsche 356 Coupe; this is an early and rare Pre A Split Window 356 racecar. It is still actively raced in Historic events

black 1956 Mondial 200 Sport - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1956 Mondial 200 Sport

blue/white 1977 Honda MT125R - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1977 Honda MT125R; this is an unrestored factory Grand Prix bike that was sold only through select dealers to proven privateer racers. It is not intended for street use and RPMs redline at 10,000

white 1966 Honda Benly Touring - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1966 Honda Benly Touring; also known as the Honda Dream, this bike is all original with 8,000 miles on it. The engine is an air-cooled twin cylinder rated at 24 HP

grey 1950 Vincent Grey Flash Tribute Racer -2018 Greenwich Concours International
1950 Vincent Grey Flash Tribute Racer; this rare Grey Flash was factory built only for racing

blue 2007 Pescarolo Judd LMP 1 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
2007 Pescarolo Judd LMP 1; this sports prototype racecar was campaigned by the team Rollcentre Racing and ran in Le Mans in 2007 and 2008. It was the highest finishing privateer at Le Mans in 2007 finishing 4th overall, and finished 11th overall in 2008

green 1975 March 75B Formula Atlantic - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1975 March 75B Formula Atlantic; being judged by former racer David Hobbs, this March 75B raced for Gilles Villeneuve’s team in the Formula Atlantic open-wheel series in the 1970s

yellow/blue 1962 Bianchi Gardena 75 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1962 Bianchi Gardena 75

1984 Cagiva GP500 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1984 Cagiva GP500; 1 of just 6 built and the only one left, this bike was raced by world champion Marco Luccinelli for the 1984 season, and by Jimmy Adam in the US in 1985

green/silver 1974 Ducati 750 Super Sport - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1974 Ducati 750 Super Sport

blue 1959 Saab 93B - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1959 Saab 93B; this car was traded in to a Saab dealer in the 1960s. It was kept in heated storage until the current owner bought the car in 2015. Everything is original except the paint

white 1963 Saab 95 Estate - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1963 Saab 95 Estate; the owner says the 850cc 42 HP car frequently exceeds 38 MPG

 green 1951 Moskvitch 400 Sedan - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1951 Moskvitch 400 Sedan; this car came from Russia with a US diplomat in the 1990s

 green 1951 Moskvitch 400 Sedan - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
The Soviets built the Moskvitch as a “people’s car”

grey 1963 Volkswagen Type 34 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1963 Volkswagen Type 34; the Type 34 is a rare VW in the US, as it was never imported here. Body styled by Ghia, the engine is a 1500cc air-colled 4 with 45 HP

grey 1965 Ferrari 330 GT Shooting Brake; Sn 7963 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1965 Ferrari 330 GT Shooting Brake; Sn 7963

grey 1965 Ferrari 330 GT Shooting Brake; Sn 7963 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
This Ferrari was born a 330 GT 2+2 in 1965. In 1968 it was rebodied as a Shooting Brake; design by Bob Peak, body by Vignale

grey 1965 Ferrari 330 GT Shooting Brake; Sn 7963 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
It was born Rosso Red. It was then painted Verde Green, Sand Gold, Green again, and the current Grey Tan

grey 1965 Ferrari 330 GT Shooting Brake; Sn 7963 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
Maybe an early prototype of the FF

grey 1965 Ferrari 330 GT Shooting Brake; Sn 7963 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International

 black 1957 Facel Vega FV2B Convertible - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1957 Facel Vega FV2B Convertible; powered by a HEMI V-8, this FV2B is 1 of 11 ever built. Only 4 are known to survive

 cream/mint green 1957 Volga GAZ M21V -2018 Greenwich Concours International
1957 Volga GAZ M21V; this Russian made sedan is the only known example in the US Due to a shortage of cars in Russia, there was a 6-7 year waiting list for the car which cost the equivalent of 8 years wages

blue 1972 SAAB 95 Wagon - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1972 SAAB 95 Wagon; was produced from 1959 to 1978 but was only sold in the US until 1973

green 1974 De Tomaso Longchamp - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1974 De Tomaso Longchamp; only 409 Longchamps were ever built. This one was sold new in Beirut and found its way to Illinois. It is powered by a 351 C.I. V8 with 330 HP

black 1967 Aston Martin DB6 Shooting Brake -  2018 Greenwich Concours International
1967 Aston Martin DB6 Shooting Brake; this is 1 of 6 Radford built DB6 Shooting Brake modells and was the AM show car at the 1967 NY Auto Show. The car is unrestored and has been owned by the same family for 49 years

gold 1961 Renault Caravelle - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1961 Renault Caravelle; bodied by Carrozzeria Ghia of Italy, this 40 HP 4-cyl car is completely original

white 1973 Alpine A110 1600S VC Berlinette - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1973 Alpine A110 1600S VC Berlinette; only 81 of these special VC variant rally cars were produced

orange 1959 Fiat 600 - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1959 Fiat 600

black/wood 1960 Morris Minor Traveller Estate Wagon - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1960 Morris Minor Traveller Estate Wagon; this is a rare LHD US version

black 1982 VAZ 21033 Sedan - 2018 Greenwich Concours International
1982 VAZ 21033 Sedan; this car was manufactured in 1982 at the VAZ factory in the Soviet Union. It was based on a Fiat 124 Special. It was sold for 8,600 Rubles, and the average worker made 100 Rubles per month. Purchased in the Ukraine, it is believed to be the only one of this model in North America

2018 Greenwich Concours

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