Top Marques supercar show opens its doors to classic cars for the first time ever

Top Marques Monaco has gained the reputation as one of the industry’s leading supercar events, earning the title of ‘the world’s most exclusive auto show*’.


Collectors and car lovers will have the opportunity to see – and buy – more than 50 of the rarest and most iconic sports cars from the 50s to the 90s, presented by leading dealers from all over Europe.

Top Marques’ new classic car department is being launched in partnership with Boutsen Classic Cars, founded by former F1 racing driver Thierry Boutsen, and the Parisian classic car show Retromobile. The show will be officially inaugurated by the High Patronage, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, on June 9, and runs until June 12 at 6pm.

A collection of A-List Sports Cars

Amongst the classic cars lined up for Top Marques’ first ever vintage section is a Maserati 3500 GT Superleggera from 1960, a Ford Shelby GT40 listed in the Shelby American World Registry from 1960 and a Ferrari 512TR from 1992 (pictured above). These legendary vehicles will be displayed on the Boutsen Classic Cars stand, along with a number of other iconic road and racing car exhibits.
Visitors can also expect to find rare treasures such as a Lamborghini Diablo GT-R S, driven by Le Mans racing driver Gérard Larrousse, a Jaguar XJR 15 which won first place in Monaco in 1991 (pictured above), and a Ferrari F40, on the Dream Car Performance stand.

Meanwhile Rebellion Motors, a prestigious outfit near Lausanne in Switzerland which restores modern, classic and racing vehicles, will be making the journey to Monaco with a number of other Ferraris, notably a 1974 Ferrari 246 GTS Dino (pictured below) and a Ferrari 365 GTC from 1969, as well as a Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada from 1967, amongst other rare vehicles.

Other exhibitors in Top Marques’ classic car section will include DPM Motors, Brabus Classic, British & Sportscar, Monaco Luxury, LRS Formula and the Cars Collection of H.S.H. Prince of Monaco.
Another unique classic car to be included in the lineup at Top Marques is the very last remaining replica of the Aston Martin DB5 first driven by 007 in the 1964 movie Goldfinger. Twenty-five cars were built, with the last remaining replica yours for 3 million euros, on sale on the Monaco Luxury group stand.

For more information about any of these cars or to find out which supercars will be present at Top Marques, from June 9 to 12 with a special Pre-Opening on June 8, please go to Tickets can also be bought via the website.