Our Top 10 desired cars from the Concours of Elegance 2022


Here’s another Top 10, this time we bring you our top 10 cars from the 2022 Concours of Elegance. We have put these cars in order of which cars we’d most like to own/ drive. See what you think.

1971 Lamborghini Miura

I just love this car. I love the shape. I love the story about Lamborghini going up against Ferrari. I love the two tone colour. This car looks like it’s been restored to a standard it’s probably better than when it was new. Read more about this actual car here, and more Miura posts here.

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1962 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato

Has anyone who knows me, follows me, or has read any of my previous articles, will know, this car, in my opinion, is one of the most beautiful cars of all time, if not the No.1. This particular car sounds monstrous, which further appeals to me. Read more about this actual car here, and more DB4 GT Zagato posts here.

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1956 Maserati A6G Zagato

Stunning. I cannot believe anybody would think this car is not a masterpiece of automotive design. It looks lovely. It sounds lovely. With Zagato bodywork, which in my opinion is one of the most beautiful car designers of all time, this has to be one of the most beautiful cars of all time. Here’s more information on the car here.

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1933 Delade D* S Coupe by Letourneur et Marchand

Wow, just wow. What an amazing looking car. Immaculate paint work in black with chrome detailing. The car sits quite low and we love it. Sinister looking don’t you think? Here’s more information on the car here.

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1938 Delage D8-120 de Villars

Wow. Just a beautiful looking car. It’s very distinctive fenders and curves. What a beautiful looking car. Here’s more information on the car here.

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1994 Bugatti EB110 SS Coupe

I just love this car. It’s not often you see this car. But grey with blue interior just works. I believe it’s a beautiful looking car. It is immensely loud, which we love, very rare, which we love, a rare car and we would so so so love to drive one. Here’s more information on the car here.

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1938 Hispano-Suiza H6B Dubonnet Xenia

Just amazing. Have you ever seen anything like this in your life. This is truly something out of this world. The lines the detailing the paintwork, the chrome, just looks unbelievable. Here’s more information on the car here.

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1927 Avions Voisin C14 Lumineuse

Have you ever seen a car like this. This beautiful and distinct looking car was up for sale via Gooding and company, with a without reserve price to £275,000-£350,000, and sold for £202,500. You’d probably love or hate this car, but we love it. Here’s more information on the car here.

2021 Bugatti Divo

What a menacing and beautiful looking car. I love the colour of the paint work, it’s like a matt fluorescent yellow. I had to include this car as it is a true drivers car/ hypercar and I’d so love to drive it. Here’s more information on the car here.

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1930 Cord L-29 Brougham

What an exceptional looking car. The L-29 was the first American front wheel drive car to be offered to the public. Love it. Here’s more information on the car here.

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So there you have my top 10. So hard to choose 10 when every car on display is stunning, a work of art. A little more…

A few unusual looking cars, that I’ve never seen before, that I thought you (like me) could like:

1953 Bristol 404 Coupe

What a beautiful looking car. What lovely lines. A very odd fin at the back of the car. Have you ever seen a car like this. Here’s more information on the car here.

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1963 ATS 2500 GT Coupe

I imagine this is a very rare car. Paintwork is exceptional as you would expect from any concours car. Beautiful shape. Lots of chrome. A wonderful looking rear end. We love it. Here’s more information on the car here.

And last, we had to feature this…

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1963 Ferrari 250 GTO

1963 Ferrari 250 GTO

Of all the many legendary Ferraris, without question the most iconic is the 250 GTO.  Designed to take the fight to the AC CobraJaguar E-type and Aston Martin DP214 in Group 3GT racing, the car harnessed the talents of golden era Ferrari engineers such as Giotto Bizzarrini and Mauro Forghieri. This particular car is chassis 4219GT, and you can read more about it here.

I hope you liked this article. Leave a comment below, what’s your favourite car from the above? See you around…





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