Organizers of the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival are expecting more than 140 rare and significant cars to participate in the Concours d’Elegance, event organizers announced. The Concours is the featured event on Oct. 15, which will close out the festival weekend’s schedule.
All proceeds from the festival will benefit the Neuroscience Center at CHI Memorial and the Neuroscience Innovation Foundation of Chattanooga through the Fifty Plus Foundation.
Twenty-one categories will be judged, highlight by the Best in Show award.
“This is the most comprehensive and exciting field of cars ever shown at the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival,” said Ken Gross, Concours Director. “There’s something for everyone.”
Event organizers provided the following list of vehicles expected to appear at the Concours:
- 1965 Ferrari 500 Superfast Series II Coupe – DeFoor Brothers, Chattanooga, Tennessee
- 1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow Sedan – The Richard Driehaus Automobile Collection, Chicago, Illinois
- 1953 Ferrari 250 Europa 2-Door Coupe, Vignale – Kevin Cogan, Louisville, Kentucky
- 1957 Packard Predictor Hardtop Coupe Concept – Studebaker National Museum, South Bend, Indiana
- 1937 Chrysler Imperial C-14 Convertible – Bruce Allen, Garfield, Arizona
- 1935 SS Cars, Ltd. SS1 Airline Saloon – Jim and Lisa Hendrix, Chesterfield, Missouri
- 1953 Porsche 356 1500 Super Pre-A Coupe – Michael Copperthite, Falls Church, Virginia
- 1925 Rolls-Royce 40/50 Silver Ghost “Springfield” Piccadilly Roadster, Rolls-Royce Custom Coachwork – Guy Lewis, Pinecrest, Florida
- 1959 Chevrolet Fuel-Injected Corvette Convertible – Al and Barbara Mason, Purcellville, Virginia
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