Back today with the conclusion of the 2014 Reunited coverage, and since I cleared out most of the trucks and classics in Tuesday’s post today we will focus on the cars that made up the rest of the show field.
As I stressed in part one a key part of what made this show great was variety, so I’ve tried my best to represent that today.
From both a spectator and photography perspective I hope that Reunited retains this location for subsequent years because the venue really lends itself to photos that are more appealing to look at compared to your standard parking lot fare.
For 2014 the vehicle limbo was brought to you by Nine-O-Five Rides and stanceiseverything.com.
The Truly Unique
Being a show targeted at such a large section of the enthusiast crowd Reunited drew out a number of unique builds. I know a lot of you are interested in the more left field kind of builds so I’ve showcased a few below.
Two Of A Kind
Outside of Erik’s car Probe’s are essentially unicorns here in Toronto so to see two at one show is quite the rare occurrence.
The Rest Of The Pack
Big thanks to Reunited for letting me know about this show early on and including me as a sponsor, and congrats to them for a successful first event. Look forward to coming out again next year and watching this event grow!