While I’m not a huge fan of indoor shows as it makes photography difficult the Street Wheelers Winter Show & Shine 2014 is a nice automotive related break from winter. This is the time around it was even larger than last year’s event.
I quite liked this Pontiac Tempest even though the drive train is very obviously different than stock.
Speaking of engine swaps this little Falcon holds a big surprise.
A Nissan RB20DET turbo charged inline six engine.
The additional power must be a challenge for those skinny little stock size tires.
This 1991 Nissan Skyline goes the other way with American power in a Japanese chassis.
The four door Skyline has a General Motors LS-series V8 engine swapped in likely to piss off fan boys on both sides of the fence.
Not all the cars were radically modified as this lovely 1951 Chrysler New Yorker shows.
This Canadian market 1952 Meteor Customline convertible was definitely one of the highlights. Only sold in the Canadian market it is extremely rare with production likely hovering around a hundred units.
The rear wheel cover is incorrect but the wheel skirts help mask it.
This Rover Mini had to be one of the newest cars on display.
Beyond some non-stock wheels and a few other custom touches this 1970 Volkswagen Type 3 Squareback looks to be quite a survivor.
There were a few in progress builds as well like this 1973 Toyota Celica which will be a rocket once completed with a twin turbo Lexus 4.0L V8.
Someone likes yellow. 1935 Dodge hot rod certain has a yellow theme with a matching trailer. A classic bike plus all the camping accessories complete the picture.
1965 Volkswagen Beetle based Volksrod