More than 90 vehicles have been confirmed for September’s Salon Prive show in west London
8 July 2013

Salon Prive 2013 has issued the final list of entries to its Concours d’Elégance. Eleven classes will be featured, with 95 cars and motorcycles displayed between them.

This year’s show includes classes celebrating 100 years of Aston Martin and 50 years of the Porsche 911 and Lamborghini. Other classes showcase streamliners and Berlinettas and models from Pininfarina.

Highlights include a one-off Lancia Flaminia 3C 2.8 Speciale, an unrestored Ferrari 500 Mondial, an original Bugatti T38 and the only SS Airline Coupé in existence.

The full line-up of classes and entries:

Celebrating 100 years of Aston Martin

Aston Martin ‘LM9’ (1932)

Aston Martin Ulster (1935)

Aston Martin DB 2/4 mk III (1957)

Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato (1961)

Aston Martin DB4 Vantage S (1963)

Aston Martin DB5 Convertible (1964)

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Aston Martin DB6 (1967)

Aston Martin DBS (1970)

Aston Martin V8 Vantage X-Pack (1984)

Aston Martin AR1 (2003)

 

The iconic Porsche 911 at 50 years

Porsche 911 ‘901’ (1964)

Porsche 911 2.0L (1964)

Porsche 911 2.0L LWB (1968)

Porsche 911 2.4 (1972)

Porsche 2.7 RS (1973)

Porsche Carrera RSR 2.8 (1973)

Porsche Carrera RS M471 Lightweight (1973)

Porsche 930 Turbo SE (1986)

Porsche 964RS (1991)

Porsche 993 RSCS (1994)

 

50 years of the legendary Lamborghini

Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 (1968)

Lamborghini Muira 400 SV (1971)

Lamborghini LM002 (1990)

Lamborghini Espada S3 (1974)

Lamborghini Countach LP400 (1975)

Lamborghini Countach Anniversario (1990)

Lamborghini Diablo SV Spyder (1998)

 

Wind in your hair

Jaguar XK120 (1949)

Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider (1960)

Ferrari 250 California Spyder LWB (1959)

Jaguar E-type (1967)

Alfa Romeo Le Mans (1933)

Mercedes 300Sc (1959)

Packard Caribbean Convertible (1953)

Austin Healey 100M (1955)

Bentley 4.5L Le Mans (1928)

Jaguar SS1 Tourer (1933)

 

The beauty of Streamlining

SS Airline Coupé (1935)

Riley 105 Transformable Coupé (1949)

Tatra T87 (1946)

Cisitalia 202 MM Spider (1947)

Bentley R Type Continental (1954)

 

‘Little saloons’: the birth of the Berlinetta

Ferrari 250 GT Lusso (1963)

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona (1971)

Iso Grifo (1971)

Abarth 205 (1951)

Ferrari 275 GTB/4 (1968)

Alfa Romeo Montreal (1976)

 

Graceful pre-war motoring

Bentley 4 ¼ Litre Coupé (1936)

Rolls-Royce Phantom I Sedanca (1929)

Duesenberg J Derham Tourster (1930)

Cadillac V16 Sports Phaeton (1930)

Bugatti Type 38 Coupe Fiacre (1927)

Mercedes-Benz 540k (1936)

 

Post-War Competition Greats

Ferrari 365 Daytona Competizione Series 2 (1972)

Ferrari 500 Mondial (1955)

McLaren M12 Coupé (1969)

Ferrari 166 Scaglietti (1948)

Ferrari 212/225 Inter (1952)

Ford GT40 (1965)

Jaguar E-Type Lindner Nocker (1963)

Jaguar D-Type (1957)

The Art of Design: Pininfarina

Ferrari 246 Dino GT Series 2 (1970)

Ferrari 288 GTO (1985)

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 (1973)

Ferrari 250 GT PF (1959)

Ferrari 250 GT PF Cabriolet (1962)

Bristol 400 (1949)

Bentley Cresta (1948)

Lancia Flaminia 3C 2.8 Speciale (1963)

Fiat Dino Spyder 204 (1967)

Ferrari 308 GTB (1975-77)

 

Sporting Motorcycles from the 1920s to 1970s

Triumph TR5 Scrambler (1949)

Yamaha TD1A Racer (1964)

Vincent Grey Flash (1950)

Egli Vincent Black Shadow (1949)

Suzuki Texaco Heron RG500 (1978)

Ducati 750SS (1974)

Triumph TR6 Trophy (1960)

Rickman Zundapp Street Trial (1975)

Brough Superior SS100 (1925)

Ducati 900SS V Twin Bevel (1978)

MV Agusta 750 Sport (1975)

Rickman Metisse Café Racer (1973)

 

One-offs and oddball motorcycles     

Norton International Bobber Special (1953)

BMW R75 with sidecar (1943)

Flying Millyard (2013)

Royal Enfield 350 and sidecar (1953)

Ace Café CR1200 (1960s)

BSA A7 Trials Model (1949)

Moto Gillet (1932)

Metisse MkV Café Racer (2011)

BSA Rocket OHC Prototype (1973)

Peters Motorcycle (1925)

Salon Privé takes place on 4-6 September at Syon Park in west London. Tickets are available from salonprivelondon.com

 

 

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