Since we were in Cleveland, and the car show was going on – well everyone has their addiction. For this show the focus is on the actuals wheels.
I would assume some car today would come with hubcaps, but I didn’t see any.
We did check out complete cars, including this bright orange Camaro.
What’s a car show without ‘Product Specialists’. This guy was so still I thought at first he was part of the sign. Once again each car company had their Product Specialists dressed the same.
The amazing Lego Chevrolet Pickup made it’s way over from Chicago. Either they are glued together or those are some amazing Lego’s to stay together on the Indiana Toll Road.
While the really cool Camaro had all black wheels that didn’t make a statement this simple Chevy SUV had really stylish wheels.
Most high performance cars, like this Dodge Challenger, have their brake calipers in red to show off how large they are. I can see the all black wheels here.
Again – a high performance car with all black wheels. The Alfa Romeo Gulia.
A Nissan Altima near production prototype has fairly basic, but nice looking wheels.
Another excited Product Specialist. Although to be fair this has to be a tough job standing their all day as thousands of people come by asking questions. I love her look of ‘Scotty Beam Me Up’.
The Honda electric cars have these quasi fender skirts.
While this Toyota has also gone with the geometric styling approach.
Also at the show this year were a few movie cars, including the Scooby wagon and the Dumb and Dumber van.
A Product Specialist doing her thing.
If you surmised this is a sports car with the massive brake calipers, you would be correct – a Ford Mustang.
The Cleveland Browns have their first winning season in forever with a rookie quarterback named Baker Mayfield and they are painting cars for him.
To be fair a main street through the eastern suburbs is (and has always been) Mayfield Road.
Being the Browns I will bet they crash and burn this year, going back to their familiar last place 🙂
This Product Specialist is extolling the virtues of her car – but by the looks of the people in the background they aren’t buying what she is selling.
The dad – how cool is this. The mom – where does the car seat go?
I have been thinking what I will do when I retire, and really like cars. Maybe go into a auto detailing business….nah I will keep my day job.
I have found the next ride! And the wheels aren’t all black.