Misselwood Touring Series Part 3 will be held on Saturday, October 16, 2021.Part 3 of the Misselwood Touring Series will be a breathtaking drive along the coast of the North Shore. Just over 30 classic cars will leave the Misselwood Estate on Saturday, October 16 around 9 a.m. as they head through the historic towns of Manchester by the Sea, Gloucester, Rockport, and Essex. The cars will arrive back on the campus of Endicott College around noon. If you would like to join us with your car please visit our Participants Page to register or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Misselwood Touring Series began in 2020 and all funds raised from these events support Endicott College student scholarships.
The Misselwood Concours d'Elegance has raised close to $200,000 in scholarship funds over the years. The next Misselwood Concours d’Elegance will be held July 15-17, 2022.
2021 Event Highlight
2021 Best of Show AwardOur 2021 Best of Show was awarded to Steve & Susan Littin’s 1914 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost. This car has a unique history, in 1914 James Radley personally entered the Alpine Trials with a specially built Silver Ghost. This Rolls was built with the special instructions, “Make any alterations to car for the Austrian Alpine Trial”. Ten days after the chassis left Rolls-Royce, James Radley with Rolls-Royce test driver Tubby Ward, won the 1914 Alpine Trial. The car was named “The Alpine Eagle”. After the Alpine Trial, Rolls-Royce used the car for publicity, but due to the outbreak of WWI, they could see financial threats were near. The body was removed and the chassis was sold and sent to Brewster in NY for new coachwork. It was rebodied by Brewster in 1915 and again in the late 1920’s. In the 1940’s, it found its way to Connecticut where it was converted to a farm truck/tractor. The vehicle was found in 1999 by the Littin’s on the farm and in derelict condition. It has since undergone an extensive restoration, by Steve himself, bringing it back to its former 1914 Alpine Trial condition. The saying holds true over 100 years later, “best car in the world”.