Episode 03 Classic Edwardian Class – 21 Gun Salute Concours d’Elegance

The Brass Era was an American term for that period in car manufacturing, when cars had brass fittings to hold the lights and radiators. It started from 1896 through 1915, a time when these vehicles were often called the horseless carriages. Non US countries, will call this period, the era of antique cars of the veteran pre-1904 cars.

Let us take a vintage drive to see what models of this age were on display at the 21 Gun Salute Concours d’Elegance, morning and afternoon sessions. Please “PLAY” the below link to view it.

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