PCNSW 2014 Annual Concours d'Elegance Rescheduled to 12 October

  • 12 Oct 2014
  • 08:00 - 15:00
  • Sydney Olympic Park, The Armory, Jamieson Street Homebush Bay.
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  • Silver class is open to the next level of vehicles. These cars have still led a pampered life or may have been restored several years ago but are no longer of gold class standard. Originality is again key in this class. There were a numbe of vehicles in the wash and polish category last year that should have been entered intot his class
  • Bronze Class is for daily driven vehicles that are meticulously maintained and cared for but may have a stone chip or two. Non-standard wheels or even after market modifications such as a modern day stereo or a later interior for the same model, for example a 928S4 interior in an early 928, is acceptable
  • For members of the 356 Register who want to join the festivities and be able to park their 356 Porsches in the grounds of the Armory
  • For those who don't want their Porsches judged or admired but just want to park on the grounds and savour the atmosphere of a great gathering of Porsches and their Owners and frinends.

Registration is closed

2014 PCNSW
Concours d’Elegance



Entries have closed for the judged classes. Treffen will remain open until midnight Thursday 09 October
why struggle with trying to find a parking spot outside the display area when you can register and pay just $25 to display your Porsche with the others but not have it judged.


One of the ‘Must Do’ events on the PCNSW calendar is the Annual Concours held at The Armory at Olympic Park at Silverwater. It is probably the biggest gathering of Porsches anywhere in Australia each year. This year is even more special being the Club’s 50th Anniversary. Come and enjoy the fun and friendly atmosphere of having your Porsche judged in one o the following categories


Category 1 – Open Concours D’elegance will be the pinnacle of the event, with competitors vying for Gold, Silver and Bronze awards and the ultimate Concours prize, the Brian Reed Trophy. The class will be open to all past winners and place getters  and by invitation. Judging will look at every aspect and part of the car from the perspectives of cleanliness, condition and originality – Cost $75


Category 2a – Wash and Polish Concours will attract well prepared cars including all those that have won past Wash and Polish segments. There will be no break up of different models and cars will be judged on cleanliness of visible surfaces. “We’ll look at interior, exterior including wheels and tyres, and the boot, but not the engine bay. Cost $75

Category 2b – Originality Cars over 30 years old will be judged on the same basis as Category 2a and reflects the worldwide trend for preservation and originality rather than restoration. Cost $75

Category 3a – Modified Street Cars provides a place for modified cars, which have been a part of club life for many years. It’s interesting to recall that twenty years ago, people were buying early model 911s and turning them into big bumper lookalikes; now the trend is the opposite. Judging will be on the same basis as Wash and Polish. Cost $45

Category 3b – Race Carswill create a class for cars actively used in competition, whether they are full-on race cars or cars developed for club super sprints. Reece commented, “These cars can often suffer stone chips and above average wear and tear, so owners don’t always bring them to the Concours. But they form a rich part of club life and enhance the Concours terrifically – hence the special class.” Cost $45

Category 4 – Show’n’Shine is a new category designed to attract more Treffen entrants into a judging class. The judging will be limited and based on presentation,” said Reece, “and will be broken into various Porsche models. I’d like to emphasise that unlike Wash and Polish cars, which will have had some preparation for the event, the Show’n’Shine is for cars that have had a quick wash and vacuum the day before the event – nothing more.” Cost $45

The Treffen – why struggle with trying to find a parking spot outside the display area when you can register and pay just $25 to display your Porsche with the others but not have it judged.


Important Information

There will be a big screen with the Bathurst 1000 being shown on site, so no one will miss any of the action

1. No dogs or animals are allowed on site – being a directive of SOPA.

2. Entry time and exit restrictions for the Event – SOPA requirements for security, control and safety within the pedestrian based grounds are:

Vehicle entry is restricted to those vehicles only stated on the official entrants list and authorised trade vehicles.

Vehicles must enter only between the hours 8am and 9am. No late entries permitted. 

Due to the later start and site restrictions impose by the Sydney Olympic Park Authority  entrants are required to remain on site for the whole period of the event (approx. 2 – 2.30pm).  Early exit will only be permitted in emergency situation by co-ordination with the event Manager (to be identified on the day).





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