The Classic Cars Journal | December 14, 2021 by Larry Edsall
Organizers of the inaugural Motorcar Cavalcade, scheduled for January 28-30, 2022, at the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry, promised a new twist on the concours d’elegance — and they are delivering.
Instead of the usual concours classes, such as pre-war American classics or post-war European sports, the classes will be:
As part of the vehicle submission process, car owners are asked to declare in which category they are entering their vehicle.
Not only does the lineup of classes challenge car owners, but so too, judges likely will have to adjust the scope of their evaluations. For example, does the glass award go to that huge rear window on the mid-‘60s Plymouth Barracuda or the split rear backlight on the ’63 Corvette coupe?