Volunteers Needed for Aug. 1 Huntington Beach Concours; Exhibitor Registration Closes July 23; Act Now!

Volunteers are needed to help with the Huntington Beach Concours, one of LCOC’s most popular annual events, even as registration is closing July 23 for exhibitors. Volunteers will receive special rewards and be eligible for a drawing for valuable gift cards. See form below for details.

You must act now if you plan to volunteer or show your vehicle.

To Volunteer please contact Diana McGrath, Event Co-Chair/ Volunteer Coordinator, one of three ways:

Copy and paste the following address to Email: diana.mcgrath35@gmail.com

Subject line: Concours Volunteer or

Text to 714 -330-9505, Subject line: Concours Volunteer or

Voicemail: 714 -330-9505. Please leave a message for a prompt reply

See detailed volunteer form below.

This year the show field with with hot rods and classics sharing the space will fill up quickly. Collector vehicles from around the world, motorcycles and vendors all will be part of the fun. Whether your car is a near-perfect collector vehicle or a daily driver work in progress this event has an entry class for your Lincoln.

Click here to access the form and the online meet payment options. As you complete the form the class option choices will appear.

Of course, the traditional paper registration and mail-in form plus check payment alternative is also available. Click here for the PDF of the paper form. Right click the form to print it out, complete it and mail it in with your entry check.

The show returns for 2021 at beautiful and shady Huntington Beach Central Park adjacent to the Central Library, on a new date, Sunday August 1st.

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In past years the HB Concours has served as LCOC’s regional Spring Meet, attracting entries from throughout our vast California/Nevada region. Many of our members have used the show as the centerpeice of a full weekend mini vacation at the beach, culminating with the Sunday show. This year, with the date moved from early June to Aug. 1 and Covid restrictions lifted, a weekend at Surf City (Huntington Beach) might be an even better idea. But if your schedule just allows for the Concours alone, it will still be more than worthwhile.

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LCOC has partnered with the Thunderbird clubs to hold their own People’s Choice reciprocal selections with exhibitors from each club voting for their favorite vehicle from the other group. Refreshments also have been provided free of charge by us to our LCOC meet participants.

Over its 35-year history, the Huntington Beach Concours has grown to be one of the outstanding automotive events in Southern California. First staged in 1986, the Concours has its home on the picturesque lawns of Huntington Beach Central Park  at Talbert and Goldenwest. The  field of entrants includes the best domestic, British, European and Asian, vintage to current automobiles and motorcycles. There is truly something for everyone at this event.

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