Over the weekend of the 19th and 20th of July, MotorEx drew a record-smashing crowd of over 28,000 Melbournites who were keen to see one of Australia’s biggest automotive events much closer to home.
Spread over 3 Pavilions and an outdoor display; MotorEx provided enough content for visitors to explore over the entire weekend.
Spread among the show was a complex variety of vehicles on display, some cars on display included: burnout, pro-comp, street, exotic and custom build cars.
And boy, was it a good show!
I was definitely glad to come home late Sunday night to crash on the couch and watch Fast and Furious (I’m sure I wasn’t the only one that did).
Excluding the photos below, the rest you will find over at the MotorEx websites or Facebook page.
Strugglin Wagon and the other burnout cars on display drew a huge crowd.
MPW‘s NOSHOW reveal — a highlight of the show was the unveiling of the Freestyle Rides that drew a overwhelming crowd.
All the way from Queensland, In Envy was a very strong contender.
FATRX3 Mazda RX3 amazed the crowd as the lovely freestyle rides models pulled the covers.
Traders had a huge presence at MotorEx, particularly over in the Performance Garage pavilion where traders showcased some astonishing cars and products.
Liqui-Moly Ferrari dazzled the crowd as the team gave the accelerator a few taps.
Of course a mention must be made to Holden who had their jaw-dropping concept vehicles on display including the Holden Efijy and the Couple 60. The attention to detail and level of workmanship on these cars is astounding. As a staff-photographer I was able to get right up and close to the cars. Simply amazing.
The Dyno was going off all day, in particular this Ford Falcon YIA10W finished its run with the turbo smoking.
And how could we forget the lovely models and showgirls that were around supporting the whole event! Thanks ladies.
Please view the gallery below for more photos from Meguiar’s MotorEx 2014.
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While Sunday’s weather may not have been the most ideal for a car show, ET Street’s car show at the Caribbean Market in Victoria drew large crowds for its events size, bringing not only the avid car lover but many of the casual market shoppers in the area as well. Because of this it was interesting to see a very diverse range of people viewing the cars, which is something not often seen in an organized car event.
The event saw a range of vehicles primarily Holden Commodores and Nissan Skyline’s but scattered around the area were a few other cars such as some Ford Falcon’s, Audi’s, Mercedes and even a Holden Barina.