IMG_4827A bit further on, you could spot this old gem of 80ies Mercedes tuner madness: Gullwing doors on a S-Class coupe… certainly.

IMG_4878On the Opel stand, you could spot some cool stuff too, like this Opel Adam in rally guise, still with dirt on it from the last Rally event.

IMG_4911The Praban Gallardo displayed it’s innards for all to see. Some impressive machinery.

IMG_4913If you know the Tief & Breit Project Touring, you should know by now that I have a weakness for wagons… my heart nearly stopped when I saw this beautiful machine. IMG_4914What you see here started out as a Mercedes E350 4matic. It has been widened quite a bit and received a rather aggresive bodykit.

IMG_4916The modifications have been carried out by Binz and Inden, two well known names when it comes to Mercedes.

IMG_4921The Inden Champion wheels are truly impressive. A 3-piece forged wheel made by BBS for Inden, they measure 10×20 and 12×20 respectively.

IMG_5002Right in the middle of this hall, Carrera set up booth to demonstrate their slot racing toys. It was fun to see these little cars zipping around as it evoked many fond memories of my childhood!

IMG_4972I was rather excited to visit the ST Suspensions booth. ST Suspensions has been long since established in the US market, but their parent company, KW Suspension, is now pushing to make them a global player. To do that, they are essentially replacing the Weitec brand with ST Suspension with a broader product range.

IMG_4982The ST products will be placed in the middle price range, so they should not break your wallet. Their coilover systems come in three flavours, with the basic kit being only height adjustable, a second kit that is damping adjustable and a third kit that is damping adjustable and comes with adjustable uniball strut bearings.

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