Some two-hundred cars were on hand in Mooresville yesterday for the first annual Concours d’Elegance at Trump National Charlotte.
General Manager Gavin Arsenault says the collection included a 1976 Ferrari 512, a 1955 Indy Streamliner and a sixty-seven Corvette Roadster. The cars were in two categories – about seventy-five signature judged vehicles and about one-hundred twenty-five elite non-judged vehicles.
Yesterday’s event raised money for the Eric Trump Foundation which donates to Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Next year the event will move to November and be extended. The course hopes to have a NASCAR star take part. You can see pictures from yesterday’s event on our Facebook Page.