At the Elia booth there was another cool looking Twizy… I think I’m spotting a trend here.
There was quite a huge booth by RC Drift Games with two RC drift circuits – one for the pros to demonstrate and one for the public to try their hands at RC drifting. I had a go and let me tell you, this is fun!
The work these guys put into these little machines is impressive. They want to get them looking just like the real drift cars, scuff marks included!
AC Schnitzer ACS4 2.8i for the police… where do I sign up? I want to be a police man now!
I have a theory about Benzes. The theory goes, Benz + MAE = eternal happines. Do you agree?
While the current 1’s looks are debatable in stock form, this Rieger modified one looked quite good!
The basement of the building was occupied by a host of private owned cars, showcasing some of the best the German modding scene has to offer. Some others from neighboring countries were there as well.
Skylines are rare anyways in Germany, so to find one done like this is pretty much unheard of. I’m pretty sure that this is the most extreme Skyline in Germany in terms of wheel fitment.
This pickup showed that even work horses can look pretty!
I don’t think this car needs introduction. I can tell you one thing – the wheels are even more wild in person than they are on pictures.