With cars ranging from a 1902 curved dash Oldsmobile, through humble Volkswagen Beetles and Ford Escorts, to the latest Ferrari supercars, organisers of Concours SA say that the event held recently was an unforgettable experience at Steyn City. "A feature of this year’s event was the gratifying diversity of entries which embraced Concours SA 2018," says organiser and co-founder Paul Kennard. "What made this event so special was also the intimacy provided by the unique Steyn City venue, which enabled visitors and exhibitors alike to mingle among the cars on the banks of the Steyn City Creek. Simply drinking in these monuments to motoring excellence through the past century was an experience to savour.

"And adding the final touch to an unsurpassed motoring experience was the standard of entries, which has risen exponentially since we launched Concours SA, a new concept in the classic car arena in this country, a mere two years ago." The judges had an exacting job in picking a wi...

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