Kuwait Concours d’Elegance 2011: Classic Car Highlights (Part II)

More classic car action from the Kuwait Concours d’Elegance which took place today. I obviously cannot post all the cars here, but that should be more of an incentive for you to go out and see the show for yourself. The Concours is taking place at Marina Mall and Crescent everyday until the 6th of February. So now… here are more cars for you!

1934 Mercedes-Benz 380 K Kombinationswagen – flown in from Germany.

1952 Fiat Ghia 1400 Coupe ‘B Junior’ – flown in from Italy.

1954 Ferrari 250 Europa Coupe – flown in from Germany.

1954 Jaguar XK120 SE Fixed Head Coupe – flown in from Japan.

1956 Alfa Romeo 1900 Zagato Double Bubble (my favorite one from the show) – flown in from the USA.

1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica – flown from Italy.

1967 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 Coupe – flown in from the UAE.

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8 Comments on “Kuwait Concours d’Elegance 2011: Classic Car Highlights (Part II)”

  1. Miss Good Egg Says:

    I love how “mam6oo6een” they look from the front. I want the black benz! It’s like “Driving Miss Daisy”.

  2. Miss Good Egg Says:

    The only thing missing is the squeezable horn from the side *6a6o 6a6o*

  3. el wehbi Says:

    LOL Welcome back!

    The black Benz was definitely one of my favorite. So sleek and so ahead of its time! I wish they still designed cars with those curves.

  4. Miss Good Egg Says:

    Are they expensive?

  5. Miss Good Egg Says:

    Btw thanks 🙂

  6. el wehbi Says:

    @Miss Good Egg: I tried to find out the price, but quite hard to trail… even over the internet. I’m sure it’s quite expensive. Such a beautiful machine!

  7. Price is so high 😉 Most cars are more than 1 Million Euros due to them being rear and one-of

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