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2020 Enthusiast of the Year Moray Callum

The Concours d’Elegance of America Board of Directors is proud to announce Moray Callum, Vice President Design Ford Motor Company, as the 2020 Enthusiast of the Year.

The Concours is excited to honor Moray for the dedication and generosity he has shown to our event over the years. His innovation and reputation in automotive design is recognized throughout the world. It is this richly-deserved distinction to which we will pay tribute.

Join us as we honor Moray, July 24-26 during the Concours d’Elegance of America, at The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, MI.

2020 Collector of the Year Joseph Cassini, III

The Board of Directors is proud to name long-time friend Joseph Cassini, III, of West Orange, NJ as our 2020 Collector of the Year. Joe will be showing a selection of his award winning vehicles at our event on Sunday, July 26, 2020.

Pictured above and right: 1932 Stutz DV-32 Convertible Victoria; Joseph and Margie Cassini, III; West Orange, NJ

2020 ConcoursUSA – Roaring into the 20’s

The 2020 Concours presents a look at the automotive industry “past, present and future” as we Roar into the 20’s. A retrospect in design, engineering and innovation both American and Foreign. Beginning with the early 1920’s Jazz Age…

21 Lincoln Touring

Pictured here: 2011 Award Winner – 1921 Lincoln L Touring
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American Innovation

The early days of the Lincoln Motor Company can be viewed as a legacy of World War I, a manifestation of the prestige of Henry Leland, an indication of the vast economic power of Henry Ford, and eventually the consummate good taste of Edsel Ford. Leland had founded Cadillac on the financially distressed remains of The Henry Ford Company, which Henry Ford soon left…

1920 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost Barker image

Pictured here: 1992 award winner – 1920 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Barker Tourer – William Davis – Charleston, WV

Foreign Innovation

The Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost name refers to both a model and one specific car from that series. Originally named the “40/50 H.P.”, the chassis was first produced at Rolls Royce’s Manchester works. Production would later move to Derby in 1908, and then between 1921 and 1926, to Springfield, Massachusetts.

2020 Nominations Open

For details and nomination forms please click button below.


Congratulations to our 2019 Award Winners.  Follow the link below for a complete list of all winners.

Pictured above: 1959 Ferrari 250 TDF Coupe, The Patterson Collection, Louisville, KY


Thank you to our 2019 Partners and Vendors. To see a full list of our 2019 vendors/partners follow the link below.
2020 Partner/Vendor opportunities are now available. For more information contact Rosalind Zukowski, 248.643.8645 or email


Taking you back to the 38th annual Concours with our 2016 Collectors of the Year – The Patterson Collection and the award winning collection that they shared with our audience. The Patterson Collection has been a passage of life. Jim Patterson Sr. always had a passion for cars, but what really got him into the hobby, was his son, Jim Patterson II. Jim II was always going to car shows, and it became a great father and son bonding experience. With financial success, Mr. Patterson was able to obtain the cars he loved as a child. One of the first cars of the Patterson collection was a corvette, serial number 21, in terrible condition. This was the 21st corvette made in 1953 and, most likely only one of a few left today. Another one of the Patterson’s first cars was the 300 SL Mercedes Benz.It was the car that Jim had always wanted. The Patterson’s renowned collection has won awards at every major show they have shown at, and we are proud to celebrate their incredible collection and their passion for perfection.

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