Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
10/14/20 8:21 a.m.

The field of cars already entered in our Concours d’Cancelation Presented by Hagerty features just about everything imaginable like a 1956 Jaguar XK140 Drop Head Coupe, a 1929 Ford Model A Roadster hot rod, a 1957 Porsche 356A Carrera Speedster and even a 1919 Indian Powerplus motorcycle.

But there is one thing missing: your classic.

So if you miss concours events as much as we do, and you have a car you have been itching to show off, the Concours d’Cancelation may be just what you’ve been looking for.

For the low price of free, you can enter your car into one of the 30 classes we already have lined up, all of which can be viewed at the Concours d’Cancelation website at

As well, whether you enter or just spectate, we encourage you to donate to any of the charities that rely on the funds raised by concours events.

What exactly is the Concours d’Cancelation Presented by Hagerty? It's a virtual concours event created as a way to support the numerous real-world concours events impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The best part, though, is that anyone can enter–and at no charge.

To learn more about how to enter your car, visit the Concours d'Cancelation website at


The Concours d'Cancelation is presented by Hagerty in association with Monterey Touring Vehicles, RM Sotheby's, Reliable Carriers, Sunoco and Classic Motorsports Magazine, with classes presented by Vintage Motorcar Company, Mercedes-Benz Classic Center, Lane Motor Museum, Porsche, Porsche Classic, Concours d'LeMons, Blast Masters, National Parts Depot, Driveshare, The Driven Man, Allard Motor Works, Coco Mats, Graves Plating, RD Enterprises, the BMW CCA Foundation, Pollock Automotive Restoration, Ragtops and Roadsters and RADwood's RAD For Sale.

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10/15/20 5:22 p.m.

1930 Ford Model A Deluxe Coupe

Owned by John and Kati Campbell

Located in Comal County Texas

Concours Class is American Antique (1900-1931)

Details include rumble seat, driver side single side mount spare, factory correct 200 cid 4-cyl motor with correct detail finishes and paint, "as delivered" black wire spoke wheels and black wall tires, factory correct Andalusite Blue body color with French Grey pinstripe, rod-operated mechanical brakes, six volt battery with popup ignition switch, factory correct mohair upholstered interior and correct cast iron Zenith updraft carbureator.  This car was a disassembled barn find in the early 1970's when my wife, then a teenager, required a car to get her to high school.  I married the woman in the mid 1980's and I have been restoring and maintaining the car for the past forty years.  


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