The Philadelphia area’s signature concours d’elegance returns to Radnor Hunt Club for its 25th anniversary on the weekend of September 9th through 11th. The three-day festival of classic automobiles and motorcycles kicks off Friday evening with a Welcome BBQ for event participants. Saturday’s activities kick off with the Bill O’Connell Memorial Road Rally and end with a black tie formal gala in the evening.
The main event on Sunday is the Concours d’Elegance. Featured automotive classes include Cadillac, cars from the Derham Body Company, Porsche 4 Cylinder 4 Cam Cars, Cars of Honoree Chuck Cantwell, and a Ferrari 75th Anniversary Display. Featured motorcycles classes this year include BSA and Motorcycles Made In America.
The Radnor Hunt Concours benefits Thorncroft Equestrian Center in Chester County, PA.
Join us once again at the New Hope Auto Show on August 13th and 14th at New Hope-Solebury High School. As in years past, the show will run over the course of two days, with American vehicles the focus of Saturday’s event and all foreign vehicles being the feature of Sunday’s activity.
We’ll be on-site with our tent, our Sprinter and something special on display, so stop by and say hello.
Since its founding in 1996, the Greenwich Concours has become one of the top concours d’elegance in the world. Acquired by Hagerty in 2019, the weekend continues its traditions as a world-class event while embracing the future of the car collector and enthusiast hobby. Located just outside of New York City, the concours takes place on scenic Greenwich Harbor within sight of the Long Island Sound.
Join us on Saturday, April 2, 2022 for an informative tech session to learn about what goes into judging vintage vehicles at various types of shows and concours d’elegance events. We’ve assembled a panel of expert judges to discuss what they look for in a winner, how to prepare a car for judging, and the proper way to present a vehicle.
The discussion will focus heavily on British and European marques, but the lessons should apply to judged events across a variety of clubs and organizations. The presentation will examine the judging process at local car shows, marque-specific club events, and major national events like AACA and CCCA. Even owners who don’t show their vehicle in judged events can gain some insights on how keep their classic vehicle in top condition.
Our presenters include Tim McNair, a professional detailer and concours judge at such events as Radnor Hunt and the Amelia; Tony Gray, a certified judge with the ACAA; and Mike Nitroy, chief judge for the Delaware Valley Triumph Club.
A light breakfast will be served on site, courtesy of Hagerty Insurance. Space is limited to 40 attendees. Please RSVP to Dave Hutchison at Dave@ragtops.com to reserve your spot.
Join the staff of Ragtops & Roadsters for our annual spring open house in Perkasie. Come check out recent changes to the shop including our new showroom space, office areas and customer lounge. As in the past, the workshop will also be open for you to check out what we’re working on.
We’ll serve a continental breakfast and light refreshments when the doors open at 9:00. Prime parking for classic vehicles will be available on 4th St. between Walnut and Spruce on a first-come basis. Additional parking for all visitors on 4th St. and surrounding blocks.
This is a rain or shine event. No rain date