Next month brings one of Britain's most exclusive car shows: Salon Privé. We bring you the choice cuts from the show's Concours d'Elégance
4 August 2012

The entries for the Concours d’Elégance at next month’s Salon Privé show have been announced. Organisers say that this year's entrants make the exhibit the best yet.

Classes at the show, which is held at Syon Park in London, include Ferrari F40 and Mercedes Gullwing specials, alongside classes for shooting brakes and Bugatti race cars.

Classes for open and closed cars from the 1960s include cars as varied as a Porsche 356 to a Ferrari 275 GTB/4 and an Austin Healey-based Innocenti 950.

Derek Bell will lead the judging, who will be supported by the likes of Aston Martin CEO, Ulrich Bez, Jaguar design boss Ian Callum, David Woodhouse of Ford and McLaren design director, Frank Stephenson.

Click the image above to see some of the models which will be exhibited at Salon Privé.

Autocar has teamed up with Salon Privé to offer Autocar readers a 10% discount on tickets to the show. Visit, order your tickets and enter ACSM10 in the promotional code box.

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4 August 2012

De Tomaso Mangusta - The God Father. Macho Italians. ' You've got no balls ', is now an official offence.


7 August 2012

What a masterpiece the 250 GT "passo corto"!


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