Sunny Skies Return to SoCal and Huntington Beach Concours is Back on LCOC Calendar; Register Now

One of LCOC’s most popular spring events, the Huntington Beach Concours returns on Sunday, June 2, with new wrinkles for 2024. This year’s show will offer special salutes to the 60th anniversary of the Mustang, BMWs of all years and Yamaha motorcycles.

Lincoln classes have been reorganized to provide more opportunity for awards. Class O8A will include all Marks from II through VIII, O8B will be Continentals 1961-1967 Open, O8C will be Continentals 1961-2014 Closed and O8D will be for All Lincolns 1921-1960.

Once again the beautiful Huntington Beach Central Park adjacent to the Huntington Beach Library, 7111 Talbert Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, will host the event.  As always, amazing vehicles, food, vendors and classic motorcycles will be part of the fun.

One of the best aspects of this show is the ability to enter and display excellent pristine examples along with daily drivers or works in progress. Awards are given in “Concours” and “Street” categories so all owners who elect to be judged have a chance to win an award. First place winners each take home a trophy keepsake along with a large bucket of show sponsor Mother’s car cleaning supplies. Second and third place winners each receive trophies.

Registration fee for the Sunday concours is $55 for cars. Spectator tickets at $15 each can be purchased at the gate with children under 16 free with an adult. If you are planning to attend, please let us know at  

To register your vehicle online click here to access the online form.  Online registrations and payments must be completed by May 24 at noon.

To access the PDF form to print out and mail in with a check Click here Mail-in registrations and payments must be complete by May 24.

Why not support this show, have fun and do something great for kids!?  Proceeds benefit the Children’s Resource Center wing at the Huntington Beach Public Library.  The Huntington Beach Concours d’Elegance, with all non-paid volunteers has, since its founding in 1985, raised over $900,000 in support of the infrastructure of the library, which includes learning services, computers, books and other miscellaneous items in support of all children whether normal, gifted, or physically challenged.

Last year a diverse group of eight Lincoln owners converged on Surf City’s Central Park. The jewel tones and pastels of the mid-century vehicles were in full view and, of course, basic black which is never out of style!

Five Lincolns at the show carried home awards. Topping the Concours category was Don Torrence’s 1970 Mark III, followed by Elayne Bendel’s 1964 convertible and Halsey Posadas’ 1972 Mark IV. Among Street entries, Ron Anast took home first place for his 1977 Town Coupe and second place was awarded to Bill Herbly with his 1959 Continental.

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