Have you got a classic car? It’s time to apply to enter Motorclassica 2017

By: James Robinson, Unique Cars magazine

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Entry applications close in June!

Australia’s premier motor show, Motorclassica, is just a few short months away, taking place from October 13-15.

If you have a classic, vintage or unique car that you want people to see then don’t forget to get your entries into Australian International Concours d’Elegance & Classic Motor Show before the end of June.

Motorclassica is undeniably one of the best events on the motoring-enthusiast calendar every year, with a wide variety of some of the best cars ever made.

For those of you looking to enter, there are a number of categories designed to accommodate a number of different classes and variants of the motoring world’s finest.

Here are the categories as described by Motorclassica:

Concours d’Elegance Class

16 classes make up the judging for the Australian International Concours d’Elegance at Motorclassica.  They are as follows:

Vintage and veteran

Pre-war USA

Pre-war UK & European

Post-war USA

Post-War UK & European

Post-war Australia

Classic USA

Classic UK & European

Classic Australian & Japanese

Modern USA (pre-1980)

Modern UK & European (pre-1980)

Modern Australian & Japanese (pre-1980)

Preservation (Automobiles)

Preservation (Motorcycles)

Pre-war motorcycles

Post-war motorcycles

Speciality Classes

These represent a range of cars and bikes with a significant anniversary or milestone occurring on or around the year of the event. This award is given to the car or bike that is judged to have an interesting or special provenance or is an icon model of that era. In 2017, the Australian International Concours d’Elegance will celebrate anniversaries for Ferrari, Holden, Lancia, Vintage Speedway and Moto Guzzi

Best of Show

The Class Winners are listed onto the Best of Show judging sheet and our Honorary Judges then re-evaluate these class winners to determine our Best of Show. The criteria for this award are Elegance, combined with Rarity, Provenance and Street (eye) Appeal.

Restoration of the Year

A separate group of judges selects a winner in this class using their skills to determine the car that has been restored most accurately to its original specification.

Display Class

This class is for significant and unusual vehicles not usually seen on public roads; they are normally in pristine condition and represent a cross section of early Australian motoring. This class is not subject to the judging process and is not eligible for any award.

Spirit of Motorclassica Award

This award is chosen by the Chief Judge and is awarded to a car or bike that best represents the overall theme and concept of Motorclassica as the premier Australia Classic Car Show. This award winner is not accepted into the Best of Show judging.

People’s Choice Award

This award is taken from public votes cast at various stations around the exhibition centre and reflects the judgement of our fellow enthusiasts. This award winner is not accepted into the Best of Show judging.

If you’re interested in entering your pride and joy in the best motor show of the year then click here to submit your application.  

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