Concorso Ferrari 2016 Old Town Pasadena, California
The Concorso is the Ferrari Club of America Southwest Region’s signature event
Last month on Sunday, 24 April, Concorso Ferrari 2016 was held Old Town Pasadena, California. Old Town Pasadena, one of Southern California’s most popular shopping and entertainment districts, and an ideal setting for the 9th 9nnual Concorso Ferrari.
Over 140 vintage and contemporary Ferraris, parked along a 3 block area of Colorado Boulevard. The all-Ferrari show is free and open to the public.
The FCA officials gathered some of Maranello’s finest sports cars so enthusiasts, owners, and fans could enjoy and admire them.
In addition to the Vintage, Classic and Modern Ferrari’s on display, there was a number of sponsors and partners who displayed sports and luxury motor cars, related accessories, apparel, various automotive services
Again this yearConcorso featured a Ferrari Supercar display, the line-up included the very popular LaFerrari, Enzo, a pair of F40s and 288 GTO.
Ferraris from Y 2005 and earlier were judged in the exclusive Ferrari only Concours.
All vehicles were judged following FCA National guidelines IAC/PFA (International Advisory Council for the Preservation of Ferrari Automobiles) and awards were presented in 10 classes.
The Best in Show award was presented to the 1962 250 SWB, #3963GT owned by Ron Hein.
The Best Car on the Street was presented to the popular 1985 288 GTO, #56767, owned by Bill Ceno.
Other noteworthy examples included the Monza and Le Mans-winning 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione “SEFAC Hot Rod” (2689GT) of Bruce Meyer, Peter Giacobbi’s “Barn-find” recreation, 1959 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa, 1953 Ferrari 250 Sports Berlinetta Vignale, the car that won the 1952 Mille Miglia driven by Bracco/Rolfo and Steve Kouracos’ beautifully restored 1973 Dino 246 GT.
There was a selection of 250’s, 330’s, 365’s, 512’s and Dinos present.
The Evento Gratuito was attended by about 10,000 fans of the marque, who enjoyed all the Concorso Ferrari had to offer under a beautiful Southern California sky.
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