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Concours at Paleis Het Loo

Like many events this year, the annual Dutch Concours celebrated the anniversaries of both Jaguar and Alfa Romeo. For the later of these, a particularly well-curated class of 6C 2500s brought out some of the best examples of Alfa’s immediate post-war grand tourers.

Best of Show went to a 1954 Fiat 8V Supersonic which we first saw at Villa d’Este earlier this year. It was surrounded by a very large contingent of post-war cars and many which were competing in the ‘National Concours’. A new Dutch car called the Heynsdyk 2500SF was displayed on exhibition and used Porsche 944 running gear.

Today we can present a large gallery of the Concours d’Elegance Paleis Het Loo courtesy of Anthony Hazelaar who took the time to carefully photograph every car. He was particularly taken with the Brutus, a 750bhp prewar hotrod that the guys from the Sinsheim museum made in their spare time.