Concours d’Cancelation Presented by Hagerty | Submit Your Entry Today

Concours events aren’t just the glue that hold together a huge community of car enthusiasts, they also serve as significant charity functions that raise millions of dollars for local and national causes every year.

But this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, almost every concours event in America has been canceled. Unsurprisingly, this has put a lot of strain on the organizations that plan these concours events, and as a result many are struggling. Some are facing such hard times that they may not be able to continue after the pandemic. That’s where we come in.

Introducing the Concours d’Cancelation presented by Hagerty: a virtual event to benefit canceled concours and their associated charities.


To learn more about how the event will work and how you can participate, keep reading the page below or visit the Concours d'Cancelation website at canceledconcours.com.

How It Works:

This event is open to all multi-marque, charity-based concours events around the world, and each event may invite up to 10 car collectors whose cars they would like to see included in the concours. These “best of” contenders will make up roughly half the field.

The rest of the field will be made up of submissions from the general public. Submissions will be accepted until the end of the day on Friday, October 30, 2020, after which point entries will be turned over to a selection committee. The selection committee will choose their favorite submissions to be considered for judging in an appropriate class.

While there will be no cost to enter or spectate, we ask all who participate in or enjoy the Concours d’Cancelation to donate what they can to one or more of the participating concours’ funds. Visit the Concours d'Cancelation website at canceledconcours.com to view the participating concours events that you can support.

Winners will be chosen and awards presentation will be finished by Sunday, November 8, 2020, after which point a video of the awards presentation will be shared on the Classic Motorsports YouTube channel.

Participating Concours

Participating Concours include

More participating events to be announced on the Concours d'Cancelation website at canceledconcours.com.

How to Enter:

  1. Take clear, well-lit photos of your vehicle from every angle, including the interior, engine bay, trunk, and anything else that showcases unique or important details. 
    • See the sample entry that we've posted in the comments for examples of the angles that judges want to see. 
    • Upload these photos to your computer in a file that will be easy for you to find later.
    • OPTIONAL: You may also choose to film a brief walk-around video showcasing your vehicle and all its details. You will need to upload this video to YouTube in order to include it in your entry. This video is not a substitute for photos, but merely an addition to your entry.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of this page. 
    • If you’re logged in, you’ll see a box to write a comment. 
    • If you aren’t logged in or haven’t made an account yet, click the button that says Log In and either sign in with your existing account or click the link to Sign Up and follow the instructions to make your account. Log in to your new account and return to this page.
  3. In the comment box, type the information about your vehicle for the judges to read, including:
    • Car: The vehicle’s year, make and model.
    • Owner(s): Your first and last name.
    • Location: The city, town, or general area where the vehicle is located.
    • Proposed Class(es): The judging class or classes that you would like your vehicle to be considered for.
    • Details: In about 100 words, tell the judges the story of your entry: Where the car came from, how you got it, and what you’ve done to make it the concours-worthy vehicle that it is today.
  4. Upload your photos by clicking the image icon at the top of the comment box.
  5. If you are including a video in your submission, upload it to YouTube and make sure you add a link to it in your comment. Click here for instructions on how to upload a video to YouTube.
  6. Once your comment contains your vehicle information and all of your photos, click the blue “Post” button at the bottom of the comment box to submit your entry.

For more information on how to properly enter your car, visit the "How to Enter" page on the Concours d'Cancelation website at canceledconcours.com/enter.

Concours Classes:

  • American Antique (1900-1931)
    Presented by Vintage Motorcar Company
  • American Antique (1932-1948)
  • Corvette
  • European Coachwork (Prewar)
  • European Coachwork (Postwar)
  • Jaguar
  • Porsche
  • Mercedes
  • Aston Martin
  • Ford vs. Ferrari
  • Race Cars (Prewar)
  • Race Cars (1946-1962)
  • Race Cars (1963-1972)
  • Race Cars (1973-1989)
  • Featured Designer: Karmann
  • Sports Cars (Prewar)
  • Sports & GT Cars (1946-1959)
  • Sports & GT Cars (1960-1969)
  • Sports & GT Cars (1970-1980)
  • Micro Cars
  • At the Beach
    Cars that "evoke a beachy feeling"
  • Greatest Supercars
  • Cars of Main Street
    Pre-1975 cars valued at <$25k and in #1 condition according to Hagerty Valuation Tool
  • Historic Hot Rods
  • Preservation Class
  • Cars of the '80s & '90s
  • Oddballs & Oddities
    Presented by Concours d'Lemons


 Judges

Our large panel of esteemed judges includes

  • Bill Warner, Founder & Chairman of The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance
  • Mike Joy, NASCAR Announcer
  • Peter Brock, Automotive Legend
  • Sam Posey, Legendary Driver & Commentator
  • Brian Redman, World Champion Driver
  • Wayne Carini, TV Personality
  • Ken Gross, Former Director of the Peterson Automotive Museum
  • McKeel Hagerty, CEO of Hagerty Insurance
  • Ray Evernham, NASCAR Racing Analyst & Former Crew Chief
  • Jim Farley, CEO of Ford Motor Company
  • And many, many more.

For the full list of judges, visit the Concours d'Cancelation website at canceledconcours.com.

 

The Concours d'Cancelation is presented by Hagerty in association with Monterey Touring Vehicles and Classic Motorsports Magazine, with classes presented by Vintage Motorcar Company, Mercedes-Benz Classic Center, Lane Motor Museum, Porsche, Porsche Classic and Concours d'LeMons.

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Nicole Suddard
Nicole Suddard Marketing Coordinator
9/15/20 8:43 a.m.

SAMPLE ENTRY:

 

Car: 1965 Lotus Elan

Owners: Tim and Margie Suddard

Location: Ormond Beach, FL

Proposed Class: Sports & GT Cars (1960-1969)

Details: This late Series 1 Elan was found in a field near Traverse City Michigan. It was badly broken and beaten after getting badly damaged in an accident in the late sixties and left outside for nearly 40 years.

We found this car, with its original engine and transmission and painstakingly, and correctly restored it in our home shop in less than two years. Our goal was accomplished to have the car done and on the lawn at the Amelia Island Concours in 2018.

 

Lori Bassler
Lori Bassler New Reader
9/15/20 9:32 a.m.

Car:  1963 Shelby Cobra MkI

Owner:  Lewis B. Pollard

Location:  Warrenton, VA

Proposed Class(es):  Sports & GT Cars (1960-1963)

Details:  CSX2125 is the last Mark 1 worm and sector steering box car.  Originally built and sold as a street Cobra, equipped with class A accessories, the 289 high performance Ford V8 and a Borg Warner T10 four speed transmission, this car is one of only three cars painted Metaline Blue.  This car was purchased by Lewis Pollard from Bonham's in 2010.  It was owned by Hollywood movie producer Ned Tanen (Top Gun, Jaws, American Graffiti, etc) for approximately 20 years.  Tanen's friend, Carroll Shelby, signed the dash 'Great car Ned.  Your friend Carroll Shelby.".  The car was meticulously restored to original specifications and restoration was completed in 2019.

 

Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
9/16/20 7:04 a.m.

Be still my heart! My absolute favorite car.

bcon96
bcon96
9/16/20 7:23 a.m.

1952 Miller H/modified SCCA race car . Now owned by William Connery of Oaks,Pa. Enter in the 1946 to 1962 race car class.refitted in 1962 with a Lotus Eleven body, by then owners  Gil Knudsen(Bendix corporation fame) and Preston Rush. it became known as the Bogus-Lotus (one of one). they raced mostly on the west coast.I first noticed this car for sale on several sites on and off over several years ,then found it on an auction site with  3 hours to go and left a bid which got me the car.  The car is cleaned up and cared for not restored . Powered by  a highly modified Crosley engine with 4 speed trans, 4 wheel disc brakes and a Fiat Topolino front suspension it runs and drives and the  only real change was a slightly smaller/lower seat so i could fit in(Mr Rush who drove ,was a very small man) the #151 was one of the last numbers run on the car at some of it's west coast tracks. Mr Rush entered an early Miller using #150 and later tha Bogus-Lotus with #151 .As a Lotus fan(I have a 1968 seven) I'd put this car on display in the house if I ever widen a doorway. no one seemed to really want it and it had passed around thru several owners over the years. thank you for allowng me to show it here. 

CaptMack
CaptMack
9/16/20 11:54 a.m.

New Phantom (EX51LC) 1925-26, Boattail Tourer. Authenticated "experimental" by RREC at Hunt House, UK. This is the remaining experimental chassis from March 1925 when Rolls-Royce transitioned from the Silver Ghost to the New Phantom. Sold to a Member of Parliament, this chassis went to Barker Coach builders in December, 1925 for a coach. It was then licensed May 1926. 

Owner Stephen S, McDonald

McAlpin, Florida

Class: European Prewar

2020 Gasparilla Concours d'Elegance Accepted Participant".

 

{I am experiencing a problem uploading ten photos. Please Advise}

CaptMack
CaptMack New Reader
9/16/20 11:55 a.m.

 



 

 











Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
9/16/20 4:08 p.m.

In reply to CaptMack :

I'll get my tech people to help you in the a.m. Thanks for being part of our event.

clap1
clap1 New Reader
9/16/20 6:41 p.m.

1934 SS1 TOURER. VIN 247877 ,CHRIS & CARYN LAPINSKI,  WELLINGTON FLORIDA, Class -  EUROPEAN COACHWORK PREWAR.  This 100% Authentic, numbers matching 1934 SS1 Tourer, Vin #247877 was dispatched from the factory on May 12, 1934 to Henlys of London. In 1935 it was sold to its 2nd owner and shipped to South Austraila where it spent the rest of its life, until recently. In 2003 a total and authentic restoration was completed,  winning over 30 major awards at Australian national and state Jaguar concours and rallys . Built by SS CARS LTD, THE FORERUNNER TO JAGUAR CARS. I have purchased this car here in the US and after a very minor refresh it is ready to start a new chapter in its career as a concours contender here in the United States.                                                  2020 Gasparilla Concours d,ELEGANCE ACCEPTED PARTICIPANT                                                                                       I am having a problem uploading photos, can you please send me an email address to send my photos to separately.  Thank you kindly, cvcholdings@comcast.net

Tom Suddard
Tom Suddard Director of Marketing & Digital Assets
9/17/20 9:12 a.m.

To those of you having trouble uploading photos–have you tried copying/pasting them into the text editor, or dragging and dropping from your desktop? 

DaveD
DaveD New Reader
9/17/20 1:43 p.m.

1919 Indian Powerplus

Dave Destler

Canoga Park, CA

Motorcycle Class

This 1919 Indian Powerplus, featuring the optional Cradle Spring Frame, was on display in semi-restored condition at Otis Chandler’s Vintage Museum of Transportation and Wildlife until 1997. After purchase from Chandler, it was then completely dismantled and accurately restored by Mike Doom of MD Cycles in Canoga Park, CA. It was test-run after completion, then drained of fluids and displayed at many concours event, winning numerous Best in Show and Best in Class awards over the years. All sheetmetal and other parts are original to this machine (other than engine bearings and rings), with no reproduction components. All nickel-plating is correct per factory original. The "Indian Red" hue is per original factory formula.

Walkaround Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4J3iuEwMVKU

oprep3
oprep3
9/17/20 4:26 p.m.

1930 Chevrolet AD Sedan. 194 cubic Inch overhead valve engine producing 50 BHP.

Owners: Bridget Hagood and Frank Jones of Cocoa, Florida. Proposed Preservation Class. When certified by the American Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) it scored the maximum number of points. We had to due a lot of maintenance to preserve and get the car running. Hoses, wiring,generator, tune up, fuel sending unit, lights, waterpump, brakes (mechanicle) try and find a brake shoe arcing machine, all fluids, and deep cleaning.

SSpro
SSpro
9/17/20 5:52 p.m.

Vancouver BC; Proposed Jaguar Class and Sports and GT 1946-59. 1956 Jaguar XK140MC Drop Head Coupe. The car came from California and has never been in the rain. A ten year nut and bolt, body off restoration of a no rust oriiginal was completed for concours and road use. Many JCNA concours and show awards and the car enjoys a romp up the Sea to Sky Highway on sunny weekends. It is kept in meticulous condition and a joy to drive.

 

SSpro
SSpro New Reader
9/17/20 6:00 p.m.

Vancouver BC; Sports and GT 1970-80; Preservation Class. 1976 Panther J72 built by Panther Westwinds (UK) to order with 370 examples built over ten years. All Jaguar mechanicals with a 4.2 litre engine, alloy body and ladder frame supporting twin beam axels. This car has 19,000 miles and is totally original. These were hugely expensive in 1976 and most were sold to celebrities including this one.

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