September 16, 2018 – Dayton, OH
- Held on the grounds of Carillon Historical Park, a 65-acre “village” that showcases the region’s industrial innovations, transportation achievements, contributions to world progress.
- Concours attendees can view the actual 1905 Wright Flyer III, the world’s first practical flying machine.
- Produced by and benefitting Dayton History, providing an entertaining experience for the whole family.
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Wed Sep 19th, 2018
Help us spread the word about this wonderful event by inviting your fellow car friends to join our page. This picture shows you how. … See MoreSee Less
Tue Sep 18th, 2018
An MGA Twin Cam coupe sits on the lawn at Carillon Historical Park as the sun rises last Sunday, before the 12th Dayton Concours d’Elegance. © 2018 Skip Peterson … See MoreSee Less
Such a beautiful weekend glad to be a part of it
Tue Sep 18th, 2018
The complete list of award winners:2018 Concours d’Elegance Winners ListA1 – Cadillac Pre-war sponsored by AAA1. Thomas Wallace, Centerville, 1911 Cadillac Model 30 TouringA2 – Cadillac Post-war thru 1979 sponsored by Voss Village Cadillac1. Bob & Cindy Adams, Tipp City, 1976 Cadillac EldoradoAE. Robert Werner, Dayton, 1957 Cadillac BroughamAE. Kathy Morris, Bellbrook, 1957 Cadillac Eldorado SevilleAE. Robert Wagner, Dayton, 1976 Cadillac FleetwoodB1 – Jaguar E-Type Open sponsored by Jaguar Dayton1. John Higgins, Dayton, 1970 Jaguar E-type roadsterB2 – Jaguar E-Type Closed sponsored by TJH Collections1. Paul Weaver, Xenia, 1967 Jaguar E-type coupeAE. Rick Grant, Dayton, 1967 Jaguar E-type coupeC – Eight Is Not Enough sponsored by Lexus of Dayton1. Rick Grant, Dayton, 1972 Ferrari 365 GTB DaytonAE. Andy Manganaro, Xenia, 2009 Aston Martin DBSAE. Jim Gray, Miamisburg, 2005 Lamborghini GallardoD – Antique thru 1929 sponsored by Lampton/Engle & Associates1. Kim Little, Lexington, 1928 Hupmobile Model E-4AE. Frederick Rhodes, Troy, 1928 LaSalle 303 convertible coupeAE. Jack Rans, Indianapolis, IN. 1921 Marmon 34B SpeedsterAE. Thomas Wallace, 1921 Premier 4 Passenger TouringE – Classic 1930 – 1943 sponsored by EuroClassics1. David Landow, Potomac, MD. 1931 Buick 94 Sport RoadsterAE. Charles Marshall, Dayton, 1938 Bentley Drop Head CoupeAE. Dan Strayer, Centerville, 1934 Bentley Drop Head CoupeAE. Mike Sheridan, West Chester, 1933 Hudson TerraplaneF – Ford Mustang – 1st Gen sponsored by Beau Townsend Ford Lincoln1. Terrance Carolus, Kettering, 1973 Ford MustangAE. Tom Riley, Centerville, 1966 Ford Mustang Sprint 200H1 – Collector American Post-War 1947– 1959 sponsored by USA Tire & Auto Service1. Joseph Grasso, Uwchland, PA. 1951 Chrysler Windsor DeluxeAE. David Brichacek, Trenton, 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air convertibleAE. Jerry Barnes, Dayton, 1957 Chevrolet ElMoroccoH2 – Collector American Early 1960 – 1969 sponsored by Forgeline Motorsports1. Matt Sanford, Dayton, 1967 Lincoln Continental convertibleAE. Keith Bailey, Middletown, 1967 Chevrolet CamaroAE. Nelson & Jane Faulkner, St. Paris, 1963 Mercury MontereyAE. James Everhart, Springfield, 1964 Pontiac Grand PrixH3 – Collector American Late 1970 – 1979 sponsored by Woolpert1. John Ringhofer, Cincinnati, 1971 Chevrolet Monte CarloAE. David Browe, Montgomery, 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442I – Collector Foreign 1946 – 1980 sponsored by the Taj Ma Garaj1. Dohn Roush, Dayton, 1974 BMW 3.0 CSAE. Roger Miller, Middletown, 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280 SLJ – Classic Sports thru 1963 sponsored by Heidelberg Distributing1. Jeannie Jacobs, Springboro, 1952 Aston-Martin DB2AE. Tonda Macy, Tipp City, 1961 Triumph TR4AE. Norbert Hala, Beavercreek, 1960 Chevrolet CorvetteAE. Larry Beasley, Dayton, 1956 Austin-Healey 100-MK1 – Contemporary Sports 1964 – 1980 sponsored by Metal-Brite Polishing1. Norm Oldham, Dayton, 1979 Chevrolet CorvetteAE. Nicholas Kammer, Spring Valley, 1966 Chevrolet CorvetteK2 – Sports Cars of Japan sponsored by BLC Entertainment1. Karl Munson, Cincinnati, 1966 Honda S600AE. John Manes, Dayton, 1991 Nissan FigaroL – Future Classics 1990 – 2018 sponsored by PNC1. Tucker Bulleit, Lexington, KY. 2013 Shelby GT500AE. Chad Carey, Wilmington, 2018 Dodge DemonAE. Frank Troha, Centerville, 2005 Ferrari F430AE. Tim Benford, 2018 Tesla Model 3M1 – American Motorcycle Original sponsored by Furst the Florist1. Dave Lovett, Dayton, 1947 Indian ChiefM3 – Import Motorcycle Original sponsored by Butt Construction Co.1. Eris Geiselman, Dayton, 1986 Honda V750RM4 – Import Motorcycle Restored sponsored by U. S. Employee Benefits Service Group1. Marcus Swan, Baltimore, 1974 Kawasaki Z-2-750-RSAE. Christopher Heck, Cincinnati, 1970 Triumph Bonneville T120RTAE. Philip Mosher, Kettering, 1974 Kawasaki H2BAE. Bob Piper, Hamilton, 1982 Honda FT 500 AscotM5 – Scooters, Mopeds & Whizzers sponsored by Greater Dayton RTA1. Bob Piper, Hamilton, 1961 Allstate CompactN – Race Cars – sponsored by Grismer Tire & Auto Service1. Dale Oakes, Dayton, 1969 Ford TorinoAE. Jerry Jackowski, Xenia, 1999 Panoz Esperante GTRAP1 – Preservation thru 1952 sponsored by Voss Village BMW1. Philip Frederick, Beavercreek, 1948 Dodge D-24 Custom SedanAE. Doug McWain, Lewisburg, 1923 Willys-Knight 64P2 – Preservation 1953 thru 1968 sponsored by Bath Creations1. Joe Peters, Dayton, 1962 Chevrolet ImpalaQ – Muscle & Performance Cars thru 1980 sponsored by OmniSpear, Inc1. Ken Moravek, Medina, 1965 Pontiac GTOAE. Opie & Sue Willis, Hamilton, 1970 Ford Torino Cobra Jet 429R – Century of Pick-ups sponsored by Welch’s Janitorial Services1. Bill Otto, Tipp City, 1921 Ford Model T Grocery TruckAE. Merrill During, Centerville, 1964 Chevrolet El CaminoS – Premier Class – Hagerty Youth Judging sponsored by WinSupply1. Bob & Sherry Speights, Nashville, TN. 1972 Datsun 240Z2. Elizabeth Lutes, Kettering, 1956 BMW Isetta3. William Brucken, Bellbrook, 1937 Chevrolet Five Window GasserT – Vehicles of Special Interest sponsored by RSVP1. Kevin Foust, Farmersville, 1941 Dodge WC40 4×4 Weapons CarrierAE. Ken Brightman, Kettering, 2000 Porsche BoxsterLarry Miller Best of Show Model Car sponsored by the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild AlumniJohn Wise, Dayton, 1959/1933 Cadillac Von Baron Rat RodRay Steelman Oldest Motorcycle AwardGeorge Gentner, South Charleston, 1916 Dayton Motor BicycleDayton History Preservation Award sponsored by Carillon Historical ParkDavid M. Landow, Potomac, MD. 1931 Buick 94 Sport RoadsterLouis DiPasquale Best British Car sponsored by EuroClassicsCharles Marshall, Dayton, 1938 Bentley Drop Head CoupeThe Art and Design AwardJimi Marshall, Columbus, 1960 Cadillac EldoradoThe Chairman’s Award sponsored by White Allen European Auto GroupJack Rans, Indianapolis, IN. 1921 Marmon 34B SpeedsterCharles Huber Most Elegant Automobile sponsored by TJH CollectionsGreg Thomas, Maineville, 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible CoupeRay Keyton American Icon Award sponsored by AAANorm Oldham, Dayton, 1979 Chevrolet CorvetteTaj Ma Garaj Award sponsored by Vicki Dixon & familyRon & Karen Jauss, West Milton, 1957 Chevrolet Bel AirChic Kleptz Family Award sponsored by the Kleptz FamilyRuss, Ralph & Bob Speelman Jeffrey Siler Spirit Award sponsored by PNCTeresa Jean HuberBest of Show Motorcycle sponsored by Butt Construction Co.Marcus Swan, Baltimore, 1974 Kawasaki Z-2-750-RSCol. Edward Deeds Judges Choice sponsored by Win SupplyJeannie Jacobs, Springboro, 1952 Aston-Martin DB2Charles F. Kettering People’s Choice sponsored by Lexus of DaytonRobert Werner, Dayton, 1957 Cadillac Eldorado BroughamR. H. Grant Best of Show sponsored by AAADavid M. Landow, Potomac, MD. 1931 Buick 94 Sport Roadster … See MoreSee Less
This is a great event and we are thankful to be apart of the youth judging.
Mon Sep 17th, 2018
Mon Sep 17th, 2018
Please don’t invite the owner of that silver Porsche back that blew everyone’s ears out every 15 min. couldn’t even have a conversation due to his ego stroking.
Mon Sep 17th, 2018
Carillon Historical Park
The 2018 R.H. Grant Best of Show, presented by AAA, went to the 1931 Buick 94 Sport Roadster owned by David Landow of Potomac, Maryland. Congratulations to Landow and all the award winners! Thanks for making the 2018 Dayton Concours d’Elegance a great one! SAVE THE DATE: September 15, 2019, is the 13th annual Dayton Concours d’Elegance! #DaytonHistory #CarillonPark #DaytonConcours … See MoreSee Less
I agree with the judges. That buick was the best car.
Sun Sep 16th, 2018
Thank you to every car owner who brought their car, every one who attended, and all of the volunteers who helped make this a great day. Looking forward to number 13! … See MoreSee Less
Such an amazing day!
Thanks to all that put this great event on today.
Wonderful event! We were a part of the Art Pavilion – Jim and Linda make it “so easy” to set up, display and breakdown. You know when it’s “easy” that means some folks have worked really, really hard!
Thank you ..a wonderful show
Hoping to attend next year
Another great job to all! It takes a lot to put this on!
it was an honor to have my car in such a great display of cars. looking forward to many more
Dayton really shines! My family and friends are never disappointed. Great memories. Thank you volunteers.
This is truly a wonderful event held in a wonderful venue.
Some day, I’d like to see this show!
Enjoyed it very much and looking forward to next year.
Great job as usual. Looking forward to 13!
Sun Sep 16th, 2018
The 12th Annual Dayton Concours d’Elegance at Carillon Park is in full swing, awards to be announced at 3:00 PM. … See MoreSee Less