2024 Judging Classes
Concours at Wynn Las Vegas

2024 Judging Classes

The 2024 judging classes will include a diverse representation of vehicles and eras. Finalized categories will be posted here. Entries accepted for the main field shall be placed within the appropriate class.

Currently, we are calling cars for both our judged competition Concours field and our non-judged Exhibition field.

Exhibition field will celebrate the pillars of Speed, Luxury, Innovation, Culture, and Ultra-luxury and Coach-Built.

In 2024, we will highlight the following special automobiles (with more to come):

Ford Mustang 60th anniversary, revealed to the world April 1964

60th Anniversary of James Bond’s Goldfinger Honoring the Aston Martin DB5

Last year, we had the following judged competitive classes (which we seek to build on in 2024), including:

American Classic Open – The Rat Pack, 1950s–1960s

American Classic Closed – Roaring ’20s

Mercedes Benz – Pre–1982

Porsche Pre-1985 – The Autobahn

Italian Automobiles – LA Bella Macchina

British Automobiles – The Brits! Union Jack!

Post-War American – The America Boom

Life in the Fast Lane – Sports Cars Pre–1985

2023 Best of Show Winners Include:

Best of Show Pre-War:

A 1935 Duesenberg SJ, presented by Harry Yeaggy from Cincinnati, Ohio. The vehicle is one of two land-speed record cars named the “Mormon Meteor,” after automotive record-holder and devout Mormon Ab Jenkins set a 24-hour speed record in its model year. The immaculately maintained vehicle was restored in 2007, earning Best in Show that same year at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

Best of Show Post-War: 

A 1969 Lamborghini Miura S, presented by Jeffrey Meier of Woodland Hills, California. Known as being the first modern supercar, it is the machine that put Lamborghini on the map because of its 12-cylinder engine in the middle of the car. Painted in its original Arancio Miura orange paint, it was the fastest car of its day and has taken several awards at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

View the full list of 2023 Concours Winners here.

Judging Rules

We are very excited to have you show your vehicle at the 2024 Wynn Las Vegas Concours. As you know, this show has been redesigned to represent the highest standard of automotive exhibition events, to energize the participants and guests to enjoy the pleasure of seeing wonderful examples of automotive history and to share our passion with other enthusiasts.

To accomplish this mission, we have chosen to adopt a unique form of collaborative judging given you the opportunity to be a part of the outcomes, including the Best of Show award. Below are some details involving our new Peer Judging System.

Peer Judging System

Judging of each class shall be by those entrants in that class, with special attention given to a vehicle’s overall style, beauty and elegance, cars should be rated with consideration for visual impact, condition, authenticity, restoration quality, rarity, and historical importance. Of course, you cannot vote for you own car (nor can others).

Judging shall include consideration of the following standards:

1. Judge as you would like to be judged.

2. Consider the CORRECTNESS of the car for the period built (no modifications)

3. Consider the overall ELEGANCE and PRESENTATION of the car.

4. Consider the CONDITION of the car relative to its peers

5. Consider the PROVENANCE (the story) of the car


1. Judging should begin at 8AM on concours day and end at 11AM

2. Ballots to be dropped off at the main stage (you’ll receive a special gift)

3. You will select three cars from your class to represent third, second and first

4. Ballots will be tabulated from the entire class and the top three cars will be awarded

5. An esteemed honorary panel appointed by Wynn will decide on any ties.

6. Award presentations will begin at approximately 2:00 p.m

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at info@lasvegasconcours.com.

Rules & Regulations

The Organizers reserve the right to accept or reject any entry that does not meet the standards of the Concours or the criteria for each year. Each class may have a limited number of entries.

Organizers has the right to change an entry classification or add and combine classes depending on the number of entries and type. All judged classes will be scored by our judges, with the exception of Marque classes and select special awards.

Entries accepted for the main field shall be placed within the appropriate class.

All classes for display and judging are determined by the Organizer and are subject to combination or additional classes as deemed by Las Vegas Concours at Wynn. The decisions of the judges will be final.

The Concours will take place Rain or Shine. Event details are subject to change without prior notice.

Transporter parking will be available in the secured lot as designated in the Exhibitor emails. Detailed maps will be issued approximately two weeks prior to the event.

Friday Placement: Greeting and field placement will take place beginning on Friday, November 1 at 8am with the last car on the field by 4pm. There will be no placement on day of the show.

All cars must be left on the field until the presentation of the awards is complete, which is scheduled for 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 2, 2024. There is no way to remove any car until the gate reopens after the show, so do not plan to leave the show field early. Judging begins at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 2. You must be present at the time of judging to operate your vehicle.

Entry to the Concours field entitles the registrant to the following: one vehicle entry, one driver and one passenger only.

For the safety of all entrants and spectators, all cars are required to have an operational fire extinguisher on hand and utilize at least one (1) wheel chock.

Vehicles in the show may not display for-sale signs, commercial signs, displays, illustrations or advertisements of any kind.

Sorry, but NO DOGS will be allowed on the property other than licensed service dogs.

Personal items may be kept in the trunk, as trunks will not be judged.

Las Vegas Concours at Wynn will provide an Exhibitor’s Placard for each vehicle with the owner’s information and car description. Please feel free to take your Placard after the show. Personal vehicle display boards are not permitted unless the Organizers clears them in advance.

Tool kits, manuals and brochures may be displayed in the vehicle interior or trunk, but we discourage from placing them around the vehicle where someone could trip over them.