I’ll be concluding the 2012 Mega Speed coverage today with photos of the Imports, Euros, and Exotics along with a few of the exhibitors booths that were in the back hall of the International center.
This post is a little tail heavy clocking in at about 50 or so photos so if you are on your phone maybe save this for when you can grab some wifi.
Carlos and his recently started magazine had a booth at Mega Speed promoting both their print product and their recent partnership with DMCC for 20102, being right near the main stage they had a good view for all the action going on there too.
AMF had a booth setup pumping music for most of the time I was there, between that and the main stage this hall was LOUD.
The owner of Factory Tire seemed pretty happy to see me so I took a few pictures of the vehicles he had on display.
When I went to the shop last Peter didn’t mention anything about attending this show so it was a surprise to find his cars directly behind The Montbomb.
Sic had his usual diverse line up of personal cars and friends cars at Mega Speed.
Thanks again for helping run another contest this year Sic.
Last year there was a whole pile of Mini’s this year I could only find one. I wonder what happened?
Fiat Abarth 500
The attention to detail put into this build was just incredible, and very much on par to the cars that were in the main hall. The detail that really caught my eye (in addition to how well this car rocks 12″ wheels) was the stripe that ran all the way around the vehicle including underneath the car.
More Boosted Cars
Not sure if I am just more aware of it now but it seemed like there was a ton of boosted cars at Mega Speed this year.
That’s all she wrote for Mega Speed, see you guys next year.