You might have heard that the Detroit economy is on the upswing and so is the North American International Auto Show.
You could say the COBO Center just got a mid-cycle refresh and as you can guess itís bigger, better and more efficient (sort of) than ever before. But time is short and what you really care about is inside, so what are you waiting for?
This yearís Detroit Auto Show is shaping up to be one of the largest in recent memory in terms of product reveals.
Major debuts include the new Chevy Volt, Nissan Titan, Toyota Tacoma, Cadillac CTS-V, Acura NSX, Honda FCV Concept, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, Infiniti Q60 concept, Lexus GS-F, Audi Q7, Mercedes GLE and two new products from Buick including a crossover and a convertible. Some other reveals are still a mystery, but we expect to see a huge performance announcement from Ford, including the introduction of the Focus RS to North America, as well as a possible Raptor successor and even a new flagship sports car!
Is blackblade with his red SS/SC. The car is stunning in it's simplicity, with simple mods that haven't taken much substance out of the car. It's a good effort on the owner's part and all of those who've entered. Keep up the good work YC.
We didn't have much of an issue finding entries, but this month may be our last with the current rules in place. I won't get into the details just yet as we have a contest to run. Most cars on this roster are a little light in the modification and personalization department, but that should only make the competition tighter. So here we go.
This one's been brewing for a long time. A lot has changed over the summer, notably a few SS's have exchanged hands and joined the party, and a certain red G5 has undergone quite a remarkable makeover. We want to see them. Submit your entries and let's have ourselves a contest.
Rules are unchanged. The car must be in the family, that means a Cobalt, G5, Ion, HHR, or Cruze. You need a show off thread to register and no self voting please. This thread will close in 8 days. For any other queations or comments, simply ask and I'll get back to you. Good luck.
There's going to be something different about the SEMA Show in Las Vegas this year that might be worth planning a trip around. This year, the show's organizers will give people in Sin City a chance to see the show in person regardless of whether or not they are directly affiliated with the automobile industry. SEMA is one of the largest trade shows the city hosts every year, but normally admission is reserved for people who are there on "official" business. Typically, that means its a mostly off-limits mecca for modified car enthusiasts, but that won't be true this year because on Friday, November 7, much of the show will be publicly on display for "