Ford automobiles from 1901-1948
Motorcars of the Lincoln Highway
An open class for automobiles of the Lincoln Highway era (1913-1928)
Powered by America
The first “hybrids:” European-built exotics originally equipped with American powerplants.
Precise Luxury: Classic-era Lincolns
Full Classic® Lincoln automobiles
Italian-built sports & performance automobiles
An open class featuring American open-bodied Full Classic® automobiles
The Banker’s Hot Rod
1955-1965 Chrysler 300 “letter cars”
An open class featuring European luxury automobiles.
An open class featuring popular-priced European automobiles.
Hail to the Chief: Studebaker Presidents
Studebaker Presidents, closed body styles, 1927-1942 & 1955-1958
Five types of awards will be presented at the 2019 Concours d’Elegance at Copshaholm:
Best of Show
The top award at the Concours d’Elegance. It is selected from the Best of Class and Premier Award winners.
Hagerty Junior Judging Award is selected by participants ages six to fourteen to encourage the appreciation of history vehicles
Champion Awards are given to other vehicles of special merit
Best of Class is presented to the top vehicle in each class
Nine Premier Awards will be presented as follows
J. M. Studebaker Award: Most Outstanding Studebaker
J.M. Studebaker joined his brothers’ blacksmith shop in 1857. He oversaw the company’s transition from horse-drawn vehicle to automobiles and remained with the company as Honorary Chairman until his death in 1917.
Leland Award: Most Elegant Lincoln
Raymond Loewy Award: Exemplary Exterior Design
Raymond Loewy was a pioneer in the field of industrial design and one of the most celebrated designers of the 20th century. Loewy-designed Studebakers became styling leaders and remain automotive icons.
Helen Dryden Award: Exemplary Interior Design
Helen Dryden was a renowned fashion illustrator and New York Broadway costume designer during the Jazz age. During the early 1930s, Ms. Dryden oversaw Studebaker’s interior designs.
Fred & Augie Duesenberg Award: Engineering Excellence
Fred & Augie Duesenberg were race-car constructors and creators of the famed Duesenberg passenger cars. The brothers’ names were synonymous with engineering excellence and their vehicle held three Indianapolis 500 wins, a World Land Speed record, and a French Grand Prix (today’s Formula 1) victory.
Selected by a designated officiant of South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Selected by the Studebaker National Museum Board of Trustees President.
People’s Choice Award
Selected by popular vote by Concours d’Elegance at Copshaholm attendees.
Vivian & Eric LaVine / LaVine Restorations Award: Spirit of the Hobby
To honor a person and persons who have demonstrated dedication and passion to the classic car hobby through preservation, restoration, and participation in perpetuating automotive heritage.