WVPE is supported by the 2nd annual Concours D’Elegance at Copshaholm on Saturday, July 13th. It’s a celebration of automotive design and styling that features unique and rare automobiles including Studebakers, as well as family friendly programming.
The event takes place from 10am to 4pm at the Copshaholm Mansion on Chapin Street in South Bend.
Here are some the classes of vehicles that will be on display:
A class for open-bodied Full Classic® Packard and Pierce Arrow automobiles
An open class featuring American open-bodied Full Classic® automobiles
The Banker’s Hot Rod
1955-1965 Chrysler 300 “letter cars”
An open class featuring European luxury automobiles.
An open class featuring popular-priced European automobiles.
Hail to the Chief: Studebaker Presidents
Studebaker Presidents, closed body styles, 1927-1942 & 1955-1958
Ford automobiles from 1901-1948
Motorcars of the Lincoln Highway
An open class for automobiles of the Lincoln Highway era (1913-1928)
Powered by America
The first “hybrids:” European-built exotics originally equipped with American powerplants.
Precise Luxury: Classic-era Lincolns
Full Classic® Lincoln automobiles
Italian-built sports & performance automobiles
More information is available here:
Listen to a Michiana Chronicles segment on the 2018 Concourse D'Elegance here: