This 1953 Maserati A6GCS Berlinetta was crowned winner of the Cartier 'Style et Luxe' Concours d'Elegance
The 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A produced around 350bhp from its 5.6-litre V8 engine
Lamborghini's P400S was the second incarnation of the Miura; it was launched at the 1968 Geneva Motor Show
This tuned 5.4-litre 'Mustero' is a pick-up version of the classic Mustang
The TVR Speed 12 was deemed too powerful for road-going production by TVR's founder Trevor Wilkinson
The Ferrari 250LM was a privateer race machine offered to customers in 1963
1958 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible was a classic demonstration of post-war American extravagance
The 1928 Mercedes-Benz 700 SS Tourer is powered by a 6.8-litre engine producing around 200bhp
This Maserati Zagato continued the firm's centenary celebrations
The Mercedes-Benz 500K Sport was powered by a 5.0-litre supercharged straight eight
Radio DJ Chris Evans' brought along his 365 GTB/4 Daytona, which is part of his 'Magnificent Seven' Ferrari collection
The 'Horses for Courses' section featured thoroughbred American pony cars from the 60s and 70s
The 'Best Foot Forward' section showcased the renaissance of the modern supercar in the 90s and 2000s
Bugattis weren't the only French racing blue cars on show - this is a 1927 Rally ABC
The 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed also featured static displays from Mazda and Maserati
The Concours d'Elegance has become a fan favourite of the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Showcasing some of the rarest cars in the country, the eclectic collection assembled for 2014 featured American muscle cars, concepts and thoroughbred racers from every era.
Although a stunning 1953 Maserati A6GCS Berlinetta was eventually crowned as the overall winner, there were plenty of other contenders to watch out for.
Among them was the TVR Speed 12, which exists only as a concept for what was to be the company’s most powerful road car in the early 90s.
Powered by a bespoke 7.7-litre V12 engine, the early prototypes were purportedly capable of producing nearly 1,000bhp. It was claimed that the car would be faster than a McLaren F1 had it made production.
Cadillac’s Eldorado, meanwhile, is a caricature of 1950s American car design – fins, chrome, white wall tires and wire wheels. The Biarritz model was the convertible in the range and represented the height of luxury cruising in its home country, powered by a 6.0-litre V8 motor.
The A6GCS Berlinetta is an excellent example of Maserati’s rich history of coach-built cars. Designed by Pininfarina in the early 50s, the car was built to compete in the World Sportscar Championship and featured a 170bhp 2.0-litre straight-six engine.
Ferrari's 1968 365 GTB/4 Daytona set the formula for the next four decades of contemporary four-seat, front-engined V12 models to come from the Italian manufacturer – a trend only recently broken by the four-wheel-drive FF. Its iconic design inspired many other cars, including the Rover Vitesse SD1.
The Mercedes-Benz 500K, which was launched in 1934, was a remarkably modern car for its vintage; it was the first car to use coil spring and damper suspension over the traditional leaf springs of the era.
The ‘K’ in its name denotes the presence of a supercharger (Kompressor in German), which fed a 5.0-litre straight-eight engine.
Those are just some of our favourite entries from this year's Concours d'Elegance. Have a look through the picture gallery above to decide your favourite and let us know below.
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