Ngong Racecourse was the place to be last weekend. Kenyans turned up in droves, all glammed to perfection to celebrate the classiest event on the Kenyan motorsports calendar – CBA Africa Concours d’Elegance.
This year’s show being the 49th edition; it was all about celebrating the history of vintage vehicles and Kenya, under the theme Afromotive.
Car and motorcycle enthusiasts got a chance to witness some of the oldest machines in the history of vintage vehicles and bikes.
The oldest car showcased at this year’s event was The 1927 Dodge, followed closely by 1928 Ford Tudor and 1928 Ford Model pickup owned by John Wroe, who emerged top in this year’s competition beating his daughter Veronica who scooped the top prize last year.
Veronica presented a 1934 Rolls Royce Baotail coming in second, while 1847 MG TG belonging to Sati Gata took the third place respectively.
Check out images from the event below:
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