Cars, trucks, SUVs, and everything else.
One of at least two Eleanors on the show floor.
“What is an ‘ELEANOR,” asks the website eleanor-mustang.com. “She’s the Star Car character from the 2000 Halicki Films movie ‘Gone in 60 Seconds,’ which was a remake of the H.B. Halicki’s 1974 movie Gone in Sixty Seconds starring ELEANOR.”
Mark Vaughn EMPI Volkswagen Doka
EMPI has been making VW parts for decades. Anyone who has ever owned an air-cooled Volkswagen has spent lots of money on parts from EMPI.
Mark Vaughn 1964 Chevrolet lowrider
The 1964 Chevrolet is a favorite among lowrider builders.
From Apocalypse Manufacturing, a 6X6 with a matte finish so thick it looks like fur.
Mark Vaughn Chevrolet Nova
Chevy Nova. Did you have one of these back in the day?
Powered by a supercharged 362 V8.
Mark Vaughn Chevy Camaro by Gentex
This looks like it’d be really fun to drive.
Mark Vaughn XRE Hemi by ProCharger
This XRE Hemi engine makes 3800 hp. It’s used in drag racing.
Mark Vaughn VW Type 2 Transporter Doka
This Type 2 Transporter has been stolen and recovered twice. It sports a 2443-cc engine making 180 hp.
Mark Vaughn Lexus Electrified Sport
The Lexus Electrified Sport has been out for a while, but it still looks cool in the flesh. Looking forward to an electric future with this car in it. Lexus promises 0-60 mph in the low-two-second range and a range of 430 miles.
Mark Vaughn 1966 Chevy Impala convertible
The Impala convertible. Note the Felix Chevrolet license plate frame, a favorite dealership in L.A.
Mark Vaughn Jordan Pellegrino’s Ultra4 car
Look for this and many like it in King of the Hammers.
Mark Vaughn Ken Block’s Hoonicorn Mustang
The guys at Honnigan are never at a loss for creativity.
Mark Vaughn Widebody Mustang GT500RR
So excited to see the SVT EVIL Mustang by Sigala Designs that the camera stopped focusing. Sorry.
Mark Vaughn Extreme off-road Bug
Mark Vaughn Cheetah Evolution
“Bill Thomas’ iconic Cheetah race car from the 1960s garnered a huge following for its radical looks, backdoor inception at General Motors and its near arrival as a Cobra killer on America’s race tracks,” says cheetahevolution.com. “Yes, if the Cheetah had been born earlier, or had General Motors not imposed a competition ban in 1963, the fuel-injected 327-powered Cheetah may have met or exceeded the universal popularity the Shelby Cobra enjoys today.”
Mark Vaughn “The Hood Rat”
There were not a lot of rat rods at the show this year. But the few that made it stood out, which is the point of a rat rod, after all. ’35 Ford with a cammed 500 Cadillac engine, by Ian Vance.
Mark Vaughn Pinto Cruisin’ Wagon
Believe it or not, this was once the coolest car to which you could aspire.
Mark Vaughn Competition Carbo Tesla Model S
This Tesla Model S was completely redone. It was parked in the Toyo Tires space.
Mark Vaughn GMC pickup
Another Toyo Tires featured ride was this lowered , indeed slammed, GMC pickup, complete with a pair of electric dirt bikes.
Mark Vaughn Toyota Gazoo Racing GR86
This has to be one of the coolest Toyota 86s ever. Wonder what all the aerodynamics do? Downforce or drag?
Mark Vaughn LS3-swapped Toyota 86
Larry Chen said of this build, “@cam.cocalis was 17 years old when he started this project. He is now 21 years old. He built everything on this car including the fab and paint. Check out the cantilever air bag setup. I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Mark Vaughn Mercedes-Benz SL roadster
OMG, never seen an SL Roadster like this.
Mark Vaughn Batmobile
This was the movie car from a Batman movie, supposedly built by the Bat Man himself. Note the Mickey Thompson tires.
Mark Vaughn GMC Blazer
Chopped and lowered.