PHOTOS: Greenwich Concours d’Elegance Shines at Sherman Park

Photo: Jackson Frampton

Photo: Jackson Frampton

This past weekend Greenwich held the Concours d’ Elegance, a nationally recognized premier car show. The show featured American cars on Saturday and international cars on Sunday.

Reporters Jackson, Connor, and Dylan had the opportunity to marvel at these fantastic pieces of machinery that ranged from classics, to modern day super cars.

Photo: Jackson Frampton

Photo: Jackson Frampton

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Supercharged Ford 300 horsepower. Photo: Dylan Boyd

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Porsche with sponsors including RC Cola. Photo: Jackson Frampton

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Pagani. Photo: Connor Axford

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1968 Ford GT. Photo: Jackson Frampton

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Cream and Blood Red. Photo: Dylan Boyd

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Continental in baby blue. Photo: Dylan Boyd

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Butterfly doors. Photo: Connor Axford

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1915 Harley Davidson. Photo: Jackson Frampton

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Cunningham by Greenwich Harbor. Photo: Jackson Frampton

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Classic fire truck. Photo: Dylan Boyd

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Cadillac Eldorado in turquoise blue. Photo: Connor Axford

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Front Grill. Photo: Connor Axford

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Karma luxury super car with solar panels on roof. Photo: Dylan Boyd

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Classic Cunningham’s by the water. Photo: Jackson Frampton

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Classic Corvette. Photo: Connor Axford

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Black exterior, red interior. Photo: Jackson Frampton

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Hood is up on a bright summer day. Photo: Connor Axford

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A crowd gathers to observe cars. Photo: Dylan Boyd

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Deep Maroon and Black classic. Photo: Jackson Frampton

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Rolls Royce Miller Motorcars vendor. Photo: Connor Axford


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