The Seventh Annual Art of the Car Concours takes place June 22 on the campus of the Kansas City Art Institute. Randy Mason talked to Founder and Chairman Marshall Miller about the origins of the event which raises money for scholarships. He highlights some of the main attractions of this year’s Art of the Car which include a 1946 Indian Chief motorcycle which belonged to Steve McQueen, a 1903 St. Louis Standard, a 1965 Ferrari that Masten Gregory drove to victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1965 and many more.
This year’s event will also feature racing legends Sir Stirling Moss and Denise McCluggage. Due to the overwhelming response, the “Meet the Legends” event has been moved to Pierson Hall in the Atterbury Student Success Center at UMKC from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 22.