Grand Prix Concours Preparation

Grand Prix Concours Preparation was officially formed by Tim McNair in 2006. What
began as a part-time business 25+ years ago, has become a full time passion.
Using only the finest products and the most modern techniques, Grand Prix
Concours Prepared vehicles have won awards all over the globe.

Our services are not limited to concours preparation. Many cars have been cleaned
and detailed for auctions or have just returned from a body shop after being
painted. Some clients enlist our services right after a collector car has been
purchased to make sure their new vehicle is perfect. We have considerable
experience with "survivor" cars as well, with an emphasis on maintaining proper
patina and originality. Whatever your needs, rest assured the quality will exceed
your expectations.

Grand Prix has hosted a number of Tech seminars for local car clubs. These have
been very successful in educating the hobbyist about the concours process.


Tim McNair

Tim is passionate about cars since he was a young boy. Having received a gift  
subscription to Road & Track magazine at age 10, would make him dream of  
working on the European sports cars that were featured. These dreams were
realized when he was recruited by a car accessories shop in the 1980's. This
introduced him to the world of detailing high-end cars. Since then, Tim has worked
in every facet of the car business, including  everything from restoring 300SL's to
selling MINI's, although the road always lead back to concours preparation.
His work is regularly displayed at Pebble Beach, Villa D'Este, Amelia Island, The
Quail and many national marque specific concours. He has prepared a number of
cars at the Simeone Foundation Museum in Philadelphia.
Many of the cars have been photographed for magazines including Forza,
Excellence, Automobile, The Rodder's Journal and most recently a feature article in
Classic Motorsport.
Tim has attended AACA judging schools and judges at the Radnor Hunt Concours
as well as local shows. He is a member of the local Lotus club and the Ferrari Club
of America.

Call or email for a consultation and evaluation.
email: tm@gpconcours.com
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250GT Fantuzzi, Testa Rossa spec engine
Bugatti type 57
49 Merc, Flathead, Rodder's Journal feature car
Lamborghini Miura S engine
Porsche 962 Havoline
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