Exotic and Vintage Cars to Converge on Miami Beach Golf Club

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The Miami Beach Golf Club will host the 2nd Annual Miami Beach Concours Auto Show on Saturday, March 19 through Sunday, March 20, 2016.   120-acre Miami Beach Golf Club will play host to The Concours, a one-of-a-kind auto experience that brings together professional drivers, world-renowned collectors and tastemakers for the ultimate curated celebration and experience — Miami style.

Ferrari 65' 275 competizione valued at over $70 million

In the spirit of the Concours d’Elegance in Palm Beach and Boca Raton, car collectors from around the world will gather to show off their prized autos and vie for the the “Best In Show” award voted by a Concours and celebrity judge panel including Valentino Balboni, Greg Trahcy, Master of Ceremonies Emerson Fiitipaldi and awards presented by Paolo Pininfarina.

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A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Lone Survivor Foundation and honorary guest Marcus Luttrell, the former Navy Seal portrayed by Mark Wahlberg in the film Lone Survivor.

Of the 430 vintage cars to be included in this year’s crop include a 959 Ferrari 250 GT California—part of an extremely limited collection as it is one of 50 ever made. Its concept was introduced in 1957 by Enzo Ferrari and completed in March of 1959 as the latest evolution meant for export to the US. The new design was a masterpiece – widely regarded by collectors today as the prettiest open Ferrari built to that point – and perhaps since.

The event’s sponsored include Hublot, Barret-Jackson, Pininfarina, Prestige Imports and the City of Miami Beach. Tickets are 445 in advance and $55 upon arrival of event. There will be a VIP “Back Stage” cocktail reception on Saturday night, which is exclusively for car owners, sponsors and VIPs.  Buy tickets here. 

 

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