Once and a while when I am trolling automotive forums in the regional space I'll see a thread along the lines of "Hey! I am traveling to New York.
Where can I see AWESOME cars?"
If that's the case and you'll be in the area this weekend, there's no question there's only ONE place you should be. That, my friends, would be the Greenwich Concours d'Elegance, which is held in — predictably — Greenwich, CT.
This is the type of place where you'll see a slew of some of the rarest cars on earth. Zagato Aston Martins, the Ferrari 250 GT California and I am sure a vintage Bugatti plus a new one should appear.
Tomorrow is the first day and will be specifically for domestic autos. Sunday is for imports, which is when I'll be on hand.
Personally, I am crossing my fingers for a Lamborghini Miura.
For MORE information, check out the Greenwich Concours d'Elegance website. Tickets are $30 for one day attendance and $45 for two days attendance.
...“We are one of three concours listed in the North American edition of “1,000 Places to See Before You Die,"’ said Bruce Wennerstrom, the event’s founder. “I’m very proud of that.”
Mr. Wennerstrom and his wife, Genia, who died in 2011, created the event in 1996, and it continues to be run by the Wennerstrom family, with children and in-laws helping out. The concours is split into two days, with American cars on the field on Saturday and foreign cars on Sunday, with about 125 vehicles shown each day...