Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance

March 11, 2018  –  near Jacksonville, Florida

  • A 4-day extravaganza: concours, tours, auctions, seminars, cars & coffee….
  • Featuring 250 exceptional vehicles from around the world.
  • The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance Foundation has donated $2.5 million to Community Hospice & Palliative Care and other local charities.

2018 Event Info


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Fri Jul 13th, 2018

Happy Collector Car Appreciation Day from all of us at The Amelia! See MoreSee Less

Happy Collector Car Appreciation Day from all of us at The Amelia!

Wed Jul 11th, 2018

Wheels Wednesday: 1972 Ford Capri RS2600 at The Amelia 2018.Wearing chassis #GAECLJ19997, this particular Capri RS2600 is one of three built and raced by Ford Motor company for the 1972 season. After clinching the 1972 European Touring Car Championship, this car was modified and raced in the 1973 season where it stayed competitive until it was sold to a buyer in the United States in 1974. It raced seven more times over the course of several years until it was stored in a trailer in 1981. The car was located in August 2016 and restoration began in December 2016. It retains all of the factory homologation parts from 1973, as well as 95% of the original sheet metal and the correct Weslake motor as raced in the 1973 season. It has a V6 engine producing 320 horsepower and is capable of 167 miles- per-hour. See MoreSee Less

Wheels Wednesday: 1972 Ford Capri RS2600 at The Amelia 2018.

Wearing chassis #GAECLJ19997, this particular Capri RS2600 is one of three built and raced by Ford Motor company for the 1972 season.  After clinching the 1972 European Touring Car Championship, this car was modified and raced in the 1973 season where it stayed competitive until it was sold to a buyer in the United States in 1974.  It raced seven more times over the course of several years until it was stored in a trailer in 1981.  The car was located in August 2016 and restoration began in December 2016.  It retains all of the factory homologation parts from 1973, as well as 95% of the original sheet metal and the correct Weslake motor as raced in the 1973 season.  It has a V6 engine producing 320 horsepower and is capable of 167 miles- per-hour.

 

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The restoration begins

Tue Jul 10th, 2018

Happy Testa Rossa Tuesday! This 1961 Ferrari 250 TRI/61 (#10) was completed in the spring of 1961 and sent to the Le Mans 24 Hours where it won, driven by Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien. It was sold to Luigi Chinetti’s NART and ran at Mosport, Riverside and Nassau in 1961. It then ran at the Sebring 12 Hour in 1962 driven by Sir Stirling Moss and Innes Ireland. It also raced at Daytona, Sebring and Le Mans in 1962 before being sold to Dick Hahn in Seattle. It ran primarily on the West Coast in 1963 and 1964. See MoreSee Less

Happy Testa Rossa Tuesday! 

This 1961 Ferrari 250 TRI/61 (#10) was completed in the spring of 1961 and sent to the Le Mans 24 Hours where it won, driven by Phil Hill and Olivier Gendebien.  It was sold to Luigi Chinettis NART and ran at Mosport, Riverside and Nassau in 1961.  It then ran at the Sebring 12 Hour in 1962 driven by Sir Stirling Moss and Innes Ireland.  It also raced at  Daytona, Sebring and Le Mans in 1962 before being sold to Dick Hahn in Seattle.  It ran primarily on the West Coast in 1963 and 1964.

 

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Vitor E. Vieira

Thu Jul 5th, 2018

Jacky Ickx, "Monsieur Le Mans", est le lauréat du concours Amelia 2019! Photo: Bill Warner See MoreSee Less

Jacky Ickx, Monsieur Le Mans, est le lauréat du concours Amelia 2019! 
Photo: Bill Warner

Thu Jul 5th, 2018

Wat een eer! Geweldig nieuws vanuit Amelia Island met de bekendmaking dat de 2019 editie van het gerenomeerde Amelia Concours aan Jacky Ickx wordt opgedragen! Foto: Bill Warner Dankzij: Patrick Cornelissen See MoreSee Less

Wat een eer! Geweldig nieuws vanuit Amelia Island met de bekendmaking dat de 2019 editie van het gerenomeerde Amelia Concours aan Jacky Ickx wordt opgedragen! 

Foto: Bill Warner Dankzij: Patrick Cornelissen

Mon Jul 2nd, 2018

Great video from our dear friend John Campion. John’s 1983 Lancia LC2 was displayed at the 2018 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance.Giving you a history of the Lancia LC2 and a look at the restoration process, as well as the authentication! Follow Me: Instagram: www.instagram.com/ See MoreSee Less

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