Huge line up of classics to star at Salon Privé


The full line-up of classics that will be on show in Syon Park from 4-6 September has been announced.

Some of the highlight include Lancia’s Flaminia 3C 2.8 Speciale, a never-restored Ferrari 500 Mondial, a unique eight-cylinder touring Bugatti T38 and an SS Airline Coupé, which is thought to be the only one of its kind.

An entire section of the concours will be dedicated to Aston Martin’s centenary with cars on show ranging from the LM9, from 1932, to 2003’s DB AR1 Zagato concept car.

Porsche and Lamborghini will also have categories devoted to them, as the former celebrates the 911’s half century, while the latter marks 50 years of car production.

The 11 classes – which will also contain tributes to open-tops, streamliners, Berlinettas, pre-war classics, post-war racers and Pininfarina – will be judged by motoring celebrities such as Derek Bell and Murray Walker.

Meanwhile, the Porsche Club and the Ferrari Club will show at the Great Conservatory area of Syon Park, on 4 and 5 September respectively.

This year will showcase four new features in the form of The Royal College of Art ‘Concours of the Future’ Exhibition, the Hypercar Collection, Concepts & Prototypes Display and the Luxury Brands Retail Village.

Tickets start at £195, are available now and can be purchased by calling the Ticket Hotline on 08081 002205.  

Entry is fully inclusive of Pommery champagne, a lobster lunch, afternoon tea and full access to all areas.

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