Japanese Classics and Modern Super Cars will be the featured marques of the classes competing for Best of Show at the fifth anniversary of the Pinehurst Concours d’Elegance on Saturday, May 6 at Pinehurst Resort.
“Japanese Classics without a doubt are going to be the future of the collector car hobby,” said veteran Pinehurst Concours chief judge Nigel Matthews. “They are somewhat affordable and the hobby is driven by demographics. We’re noticing the baby boomers are aging out and some are selling off their collections. So, the new people in the hobby naturally gravitate to what they grew up with or what they came home in from the hospital.”
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