This past weekend, we returned to The Miami Design District with our highly curated and distinctly modern celebration of automotive history: The Miami Concours.
In the heart of Miami, at the epicenter of art, fashion and design, we rolled out our signature red carpet, providing a magnificent backdrop for world-class, hand-picked automobiles and collectors from across the country. Year six did not disappoint, and was in fact our biggest year yet – with about about $200 million worth of rare, extremely special examples on display, highlighting the intersection of automotive excellence, car-culture camaraderie and luxury lifestyle.
This year’s event honored the 60th anniversary of Lamborghini with an incredible edit of Lamborghinis ranging from an original Miura SV and multiple original Countach examples up to the brand new Countach, the only functional Gallardo Concept S in the world, and an impressive, well-rounded assortment of examples in between. We also presented an incredible array of Aston Martin examples, starting from the 1960s until the latest, greatest Vanquish Zagato, and of course a few new cars were displayed by Aston Martin corporate, a sponsor of the event.
If you haven’t had the opportunity to join us at the Miami Concours yet, put it on your calendar for 2024. Our event is growing every year, thanks to dynamic enthusiasts, passionate collectors and our visionary partners. In addition to John and the CURATED family, Miami Concours is brought to life by Ronnie Vogel; Brett David and the Prestige Imports team; Hxecute – our unparalleled production wizards; and Craig Robins, alongside the Miami Design District Associates.
We’d also like to express our thanks to the esteemed judges who joined us from across the country, and our participants who exhibited such spectacular automobiles. Led by Dr. Mark Moskowitz, our 13 judges bestowed the following awards:
Touring – 1993 Alfa Romeo 155 TR
Supercars – 1986 300 E 6.0 AMG Hammer
911 – 1995 993 RSR Evo
Ferrari – 1972 365 GTC/4
Lamborghini – 1989 Countach 25th
Sports GT – 1973 911 2.7 RS Lightweight
Luxury – 1954 Packard
Best of Show – 1959 Ferrari 250 California GT
Spirit of Concours – 1973 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino
People’s Choice – 1963 Corvette 327
Hypercar – 2008 Koenigsegg CCX
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