Salon Privé, now in its 13th consecutive year, is one of the longest-running and most established automotive events in the UK, and remains the only event to focus solely on the prestige sector.
Each year, the show takes a step back in time with the prestigious Chubb Insurance Concours d’Elégance, the country’s oldest and most exclusive classic car competition. Globally recognised as one of the key events on the international Concours circuit, it attracts some of the rarest and exquisite cars ever produced.
Porsche Centre Leeds attended the event with a range of three rare and exciting carsm a beautiful 356B Roadster, a 918 Spyder and the iconic Carrera GT. Over three days the cars were displayed in the grounds of Blenheim Palace; the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and home to the Duke of Marlborough and his family.
Porsche Centre Leeds also entered the Carrera GT into the prestigious Concours event, where it won best sounding car of the show.
The event was a huge success and we are looking forward to Salon Privé 2019.
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