Saturday July 15, 2017
The Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh, Inc. holds its annual Concours d’Elegance at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix. The Concours is conducted under rules of the international organization, Jaguar Clubs of North America, with formal judging . Participants gain points that will determine the best Jaguars in the nation.
This event is held on Saturday, July 15 on the golf course and will have cars from North Georgia, Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio as well as several fine examples from Pennsylvania. Jaguars will range from the 1950s to current models.
The members of the Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh hosted Jaguar as the “PVGP Marque of the Year” for the fourth time in 2016 and put on a spectacular show. Contact Candy Williams via email if you are interested in entering.
History of the Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh
Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh was started in 1971 when a small group of friends placed an ad in a local newspaper looking for other Jaguar owners and fans. The Grand Prix is the highlight of a packed schedule that includes road rallies, slaloms, tech sessions and day tours, as well as dinner meetings and holiday parties.
The The Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh hosted the 50th Annual General Meeting of Jaguar Clubs of North America in 2008, which included as special guest, legendary Jaguar Cars test driver Norman Dewis from the UK. The club also was the host in 2006 when Jaguar was our Marque of the Year. They also staged a concours and a dinner at Edgewood Country Club for the PVGP’s Grand Marshal, Bibiana Boerio, Jaguar Managing Director and Latrobe native.
For information about joining the Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh, contact Jack Terrick at 724-837-7497. You don’t need to have a Jaguar to join, just an appreciation for the fine marque!