Each year, the Club sponsors a judged concours at Dana Point to celebrate the preservation of 356 automobiles. The Concours allows 356 owners to share their cars with others and to have their cars evaluated by experts on the basis of cleanliness, condition and authenticity.
It is important to remember that in a concours the most important part is the preparation, for in the preparation comes knowledge of your car and your car’s condition (both physical and mechanical) cannot help but to be improved. Judging confirms and extends your knowledge of your automobile.
A variety of Classes and Divisions have been established to accommodate the variety of cars, use and restoration levels.
Any person is eligible to be an entrant at a 356 Club Concours. An additional entry fee may be charged for non-member entrants. Any Porsche manufactured vehicle is eligible for judging. Replicas are allowed on the grounds for display as space permits as determined by the Concours Chair.
At the 356 Club Concours all entries (vehicles) must be entered in the Concours within the official registration period. Late registrations and substitute entries will only be permitted with the approval of the Concours chair and may be subject to a late registration fee.