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Copshaholm Concours d'Elegance, July 13, 2024 in South Bend, IN

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The sixth annual Copshaholm Concours d'Elegance will be held at the Oliver mansion, part of the History Museum in South Bend, IN on Saturday, July 13, 2024.  Show times are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., tickets $20 at the gate, $16 in advance.  Entries have all been selected for a number of classes:

  • Chrysler Centennial

    An open class for Chrysler branded automobiles

  • De-Lovely and Dynamic: DeSoto

    An open class for DeSoto branded automobiles

  • Ultimate Luxury: Closed-body Full Classics®

    An open class for Closed-body Full Classics®

  • The Centennial Club

    An open class for all automobiles built in 1924 or prior

  • Love that Lark!

    All 1959-1966 Studebaker Larks and Lark-type automobiles

  • The Mustang at 60

         An open class for 1965-1989 Ford Mustangs

  • Disco Decade Rides

         An open class for automobiles built 1970-1979

  • The Morris Garages

         An open class for MG branded automobiles

  • Flathead Fords

         An open class for flathead Ford V8 powered automobiles

  • Competition Classics: The Pre-war Era

    Pre-WWII vintage racing cars


More info here:  https://www.concoursatcopshaholm.org/


I will be bringing my 1932 Studebaker #25 Indy car replica and there will be three other Studebaker Indy cars: Mike Cleary's blue #18 car, the Indy Speedway Museum's maroon #22 car, and the white #34 car previously owned by Brooks Stevens and later by August Grasis but now owned by the Studebaker National Museum.   Virgil Exner Jr. is expected to attend.  I don't know anything about cars in the other classes.  Hope to see some of you there!










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I have been to this event before and there was a good selection of cars and the setting was very nice . The Oliver Mansion, which is where the event is held, is next door the the Studebaker Museum. Notre Dame is not far away so one can also check out the golden dome and touchdown Jesus.


The $20 dollar fee is cheap entry. I think my brother may be bringing a car.

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if you attend, try and grab a bite to eat at Tippecanoe Place. Clem Studebaker build it in the 1880s and that residence now has dining options and hosts private parties. A fun place to grab a bite if you’re in town. 






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