Exotic cars to return to Greenbrier’s Concours d’Elegance this weekend

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If you are a lover of iconic cars past and present, the Greenbrier Resort has something just for you. This weekend, the Resort is having its second annual Greenbrier Concours d’Elegance.

On Friday, May 3, car owners will be able to take their hot rods on driving tours to Cass, West Virginia and Paint Bank, Virginia. Saturday, May 4, will mark the International Auto Show of the event, with more than 100 cars on display. But Sunday’s Concours showcase will feature 80 exotic cars that are not your typical roadsters. Greenbrier Public Relations Director, Cam Huffman, said it has to do with the age of these vehicles.

“The newest car is about 25 years old. They date all the way back to the beginning of when cars started to be made,” Huffman said. “There’s some incredible cars of all different varieties. Whatever you like to see, it’ll all be on display.”

The event will also feature the all-new, never-before-seen Bentley Continental G-T.

Tickets for Sunday’s Concours begin at $50 per adult. Hotel guests and children 12-and-under get in free.

For more information, including admission for the driving tours and other events on the Concours’ itinerary, click here.

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