The Concours d'Elegance of America has become one of the premier classic car shows in the nation, and attracts top tier entrants from all over the US. This year, the focus was primarily domestic manufacturers from the Forties through the Sixties. Cadillac, Packard and Duesenberg, along with other lesser-known American brands were well represented. Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars from the early 1900s to current models were also scattered throughout the golf course at the Inn at St. John's. A few Ferraris, including several pristine 365GTB/4 Daytonas, a LaFerrari and a couple of BB512 coupes were also at the show. Modern classics such as the BMW M6, Citroen SM, Ford GT40, and Dodge Viper ensured that younger show attendees could find their dream cars at the show.