Saturday, March 13, 2010

Performance World Custom Car & Truck Show

Check out my coverage and photos of the lovely ladies at the 2011 Performance Custom Car and Truck Show on my post here.


The Toronto International Centre was once again full of cars and trucks during the 2010 Performance World Custom Car and Truck Show. The snake pictured above was from an antique automobile, it is the horn from a 1911 Locomobile 48 Touring car. You squeeze the buld at the end of the hose and the snake would make a sound. It would be hard to get a good case of road rage squeezing on that horn.




There was a number of halls full of various race, hot rod and classic cars as well as some tricked out tuner cars and critters from Zoo Too You. In addition to all the metal and chrome there were a number of beautiful ladies like Tania Amazon a curves centerfold and calendar model.





NASCAR had a few Canadian Tire Series (NCTS) drivers including Mark Dilley (pictured below), Scott Steckly (Scott's #22 car was also at the show), Kerry Micks and J.R. Fitzpatrick courtesy of Sunset Speedway and Wide Open Motorsports.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Toronto Grand Prix Tourist said...

Thanks for your kind comments.

Unknown said...

How refreshing! This is a super fun topic to read, and even sip! Who says trucks and truck equipment is the only important topic? By golly,
what’s your brand, what tastes best, is important to all of us.
Thanks to Pilot and to Fleet Owner for reminding us of the simpler topics of interest to truck operators.
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