July 29, 2018 – near Detroit, Michigan
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Tue Jul 17th, 2018
Congratulations David Pichla!
Near Perfect Media
WXYZ-TV Channel 7 cameras covered the press preview for the 40th Annual Concours d’Elegance of America, being held at The Inn at St. John’s July 27th – 29th. Don’t miss this premier event! … See MoreSee Less
Mon Jul 16th, 2018
Sat Jul 14th, 2018
Art, Fashion and the AutomobileConcours d’Elegance of America – Media Preview@College for Creative Studies Congratulations to Porsche poster contest winner David Pichlaand runners up Andrew Gombac and Javier M Guerra.Models by 7 Stone Management, fashion provided by Detroit’s own Lilacpop Studio and The Paper Dress Code.Video compliments of Lauren Mendelson#ConcoursUSA201840th Annual Concours d’Elegance of America purchase your tickets NOW and Save! Concoursusa.org … See MoreSee Less
Sat Jul 14th, 2018
Fri Jul 13th, 2018
Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of Porsche!Sunday, July 29 at The Inn at St. John’s.16 Porsche Road Cars,16 Magnificent Porsche Race Carsand the Transporter, will all be on display and so much more!You won’t want to miss this outstanding tribute to Porsche!Tickets on sale NOW. NEW FOR 2018 – Public Parking is $10.00 Show your Concours pre purchased ticket and parking is FREE!Advance tickets $35.00 – Tickets at the gate $45.00BUY NOW AND SAVE! ConcoursUSA.org#ConcoursUSA2018Pictured below: 1963 Porsche 901 Prototype – Don Meluzio – York, PA and 1968 Mercedes Benz Porsche Transporter – Dano Davis – Pomona, FL … See MoreSee Less
Love vintage race haulers! Will miss it this year though!
Wed Jul 11th, 2018
WWJ Newsradio 950 – Coverage of 2018 Media PreviewSpecial thank you to Jeff Gilbert#ConcoursUSA2018
Sun Jul 8th, 2018
24 HOURS LEFT TO PURCHASE YOUR VIP TICKET/PACKAGEVIP tickets include:Parking at the Inn at St. John’sEarly entry to the Show Field – 9:00 a.m.VIP Lunch in the Grande Ballroom and Garden GalleryVIP tented viewing stands for the d’Elegance on ParadeCommemorative 40th Anniversary Poster and ProgramPURCHASE YOUR TICKETS TODAY: ConcoursUSA.org#ConcoursUSA2018Pictured below:1939 Bugatti T57 CabrioletDon Bernstein – Clarks Summit, PA … See MoreSee Less
Sun Jul 1st, 2018
"One hot little number, for a hot summer day!"1966 Bosley Interstate Mark II This ’66 Bosley, from the Bruno Collection, will be on display in the Sports Car Post 1959 Class at the 40th Annual Concours d’Elegance of America – Sunday, July 29 – at The Inn at St. John’s.#ConcoursUSA2018Richard Bosley traded his first car, the Mark I for the #6 Sebring Racer Corvette to Dick Done of Raceway Enterprises. The 1956 Corvette served as the basis for the Interstate. Mr Bosley a Horticulturist and nursery owner by trade spent the next 9 years "coachbuilding" the Interstate. Assisted by his wife Carol there were over 5500 hours of labor involved in the 100’s of handcrafted parts as well as items outsourced to Reuter of Germany (seats & grill) and Sibano-Bisano of Italy (side and vent windows) The Interstate made it’s debut in the 1967 Sports Cars in Review at the Henry Ford Museum highlighting many of its revolutionary features (high mount stop & tum lamps retractable driving light, heads up dash display and seats with side bolsters and passenger headrest) Even though it has the appearance of a "Dream Car’ it was built for driving the new highway system hence the name "Interstate". Mr Bosley kept the car until the late 1980’s, the second owner allowed it to fall into a state of disrepair. It was rescued in early 2000 and acquired by the Bruno’s in 2015; a full forensic concours restoration followed with completion just prior to the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours where it was featured in the "Dream Cars of the 60’s" taking a 2nd in class. Currently residing in the Bruno collection the Interstate is truly "one of a kind" … See MoreSee Less
Ted, I will be there.
My old driving instructor Hurley Haywood will be there, too, with his teammate Brian Redman.
Are you going?
Amazing lines! It could be a vehicle that hugs the road with tight suspension and steering…but, if it is built for the interstate, perhaps performance and power are sacrificed for a smooth ride, comfort and efficiency…
Saw this beauty at Hershey last month.
I am looking forward to seeing this car! 🙂
I’ll take it!!
Check it out, David.