Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance – 2018

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September 9, 2018
Radnor Hunt Club

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826 Providence Road
Malvern (Philadelphia), PA 19355
$50 ($40 advance)
ages 12-18: $25
12 & under - free
Thorncroft Equestrian Center
Hagerty Youth Judging

2013 Best of Show

1929 Isotta Fraschini 8A SS Boattail Convertible Coupe LeBaron

Owner: Peter Boyle, Oil City, PA

Best of Show Gallery

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Photos by John Olman

The 100 Motor Cars of Radnor Hunt

For the seventeenth year, the Radnor Hunt Concoours will have a unique grouping of cars, carriages and motorcycles to present. The main feature will include Art Deco Cars, an era known for its flamboyant style, so expect to see makes such as Delage, Delahaye, and Isotta Franchini. Also featured is the Aston Martin in celebration of its 100th anniversary, and Rally Cars which include a number of makes such as Austin, Saab, Audi, Subaru, Lancia, Mercedes, Triumph, and Porsche.

Rally Cars on the show field

One of the more interesting rally cars was the 1964 Porsche 356C that Steven Harris drove a combined 20,000 miles in the 2010 Peking to Paris Rally and the 2013 Great South American Challenge.  At the concours on Sunday morning, as car owners were putting a final shine on their vehicles, Steven’s tight schedule found him motoring 240 miles down the highway from Upstate New York to ensure that he arrived by 9 am.

Also driving to Philadelphia in a vintage rally car were Mike and Ronnie Maddalena from Connecticut. Their car is “The Colonel,” a 1967 Mercedes Benz 230S, so named because the original owner was a US Army colonel stationed in Brussels. It has a not-so-common four-on-the-tree column shifter. Mike finished preparing the car this year just in time to show it at the Greenwich Concours.

Read about the adventures of these vintage rally car owners in this blog post.

2013 Rally Car Gallery

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Photos by John Olman

2013 Concours Scenes

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Photos by John Olman

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