Which of Our 30 Concours Classes Will You Enter?

From Mercer Raceabouts and Peel Tridents to Ferrari GTOs and Dodge Challengers, our Concours d’Cancelation Presented by Hagerty likely has a category for your favorite classic, with classes like American Antique, Prewar Race Cars, Historic Hot Rods and Sports & GT Cars.

Even if you think that your car won't fit in with more traditional concours crowd, we have classes for those vehicles, too. Have something a little on the weird side? Try the Oddballs & Oddities class. Not sure if your Amphicar fits in? It's welcome in the At the Beach class. Even if you only collect motorcycles, we have a place for you in the Vintage Motorcycles class. Check out the full list of classes you can enter on the Concours d’Cancelation website at canceledconcours.com/classes.

Of course, none of this would be possible without the help of our partners, now 16 brands strong. Links to their websites can be found at the bottom of this item, as well as on the Concours d’Cancelation website.

What exactly is the Concours d’Cancelation Presented by Hagerty? It's a virtual concours event created as a way to support the numerous real-world concours events impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The best part, though, is that anyone can enter–and at no charge. 

To learn more about each class, sponsor or even how you can participate, visit Concours d’Cancelation website at canceledconcours.com.


The Concours d'Cancelation is presented by Hagerty in association with Monterey Touring Vehicles, RM Sotheby's, Reliable Carriers, Sunoco and Classic Motorsports Magazine, with classes presented by Vintage Motorcar Company, Mercedes-Benz Classic Center, Lane Motor Museum, Porsche, Porsche Classic, Concours d'LeMons, Blast Masters, National Parts Depot, Driveshare, The Driven Man, Allard Motor Works, Coco Mats, Graves Plating, RD Enterprises, the BMW CCA Foundation, Pollock Automotive Restoration, Ragtops and RoadstersRADwood's RAD For Sale and Chubb Collector Car Insurance.

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chgrec New Reader
9/29/20 2:28 p.m.

Does the vehicle have to be a perfect example to qualify for entry? What about resto-mods, are they welcome as well?




Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
9/30/20 9:39 a.m.

While concours events are traditionlly geared towards unmodified cars, we do have a few classes with some latitude. We urge everyone to post their cars. Our selection committee will try to accomodate all suitable entries, as we put them into appropriate classes.

10/8/20 7:59 p.m.

1964 Austin Cooper S

Andrew & Janelle Krueger

Summerfield, NC

Micro cars

This 1964 Austin Cooper S is the last 1071cc engine Cooper S built. There were 2,135 Austins manufactured. By 1980 this car was featured in Autoweek Magazine as the cover story comparing the Cooper S to the latest hatchback, the VW Rabbit. This car was found languishing in a garage in NC and I fully restored it to its original production specification, look, and feel (see Heritage certificate in photos). NOS parts were used, when available, and all proper weld points recreated in the exact position for any body repair. Correct and refurbished OEM hardware was retained including correct cylinder head bolt head markings. In addition, proper stenciling was used to create factory markings on the areas such as the fan belt, heater, oil cooler, sub-frames, and suspension parts (see pictures).

This is the only Austin Cooper S accepted into the Quail Lodge Car Show (2016), was First in Class at Hilton Head Concours in 2017 and First in Class in Carmel By the Sea in 2018. Go to these You Tube sites for more sights and sounds of the Austin Cooper S!




Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
10/9/20 9:32 a.m.

In reply to akrueger22 :

Hey akrueger22, that's a really cool Mini, though to ensure its properly entered, please post your entry over on the Concours d'Cancelation item here.

akrueger22 New Reader
10/11/20 2:59 p.m.

In reply to Colin Wood :

I think I figured it out today.  Please le t me know if I have posted it incorrectly again.  AK

Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
10/12/20 10:30 a.m.

In reply to akrueger22 :

It looks like it's been posted in the correct spot. Thanks for entering!

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