Quarry Park & Polish Auto Show 2013: Part 2 of 2

Part 2! I realize I missed a lot of other cars but it was getting increasingly difficult to get shots of cars as the day went on because of all the people. Most of the shots I am posting is when registration was beginning and the public wasn’t really wandering around yet.

Anyways last one!

This black Lamborghini Countach started off the trio…

White one…

Red one

All three! Such an awesome sight.

I love American Muscle, but I’ll admit that I know next to nothing about them. I can definitely appreciate when things are done right though and this GT500 is sick.

Another shot of the J’s Racing S2000

The Rocket Bunny FR-S – looking pretty good. I felt like the lip and skirts should have been painted but it still looked nice.

Solomon’s 3-series

The line up of red Ferrari’s…

Probably my favourite at the show was the super rare BMW 850i. So clean!

This Merc was parked on the exotics side but I feel like it was a bit confused. The matte black was decent but the yellow accents kind of killed the look. The calipers were painted extremely messy and certain parts were not masked so it looked like it was done in 5 minutes. The other yellow accents were OK – but I think it would’ve been better if maybe just the headlights were done if he insisted something had to be covered in yellow.

I guess it’s ok that you park like that…

A super clean G35 with a sporty look. Advan RS-D’s and AP racing BBK all around and I believe it was supercharged. Good job, sir.

Bill’s Ford Focus

Kyle’s Celica

This guy was there before us but man did this thing look like it came out of the 90’s or what? The paint job was great and I’m glad he did it the right way because it was even fitted nicely as well. The rest of the car was a bit dated… Later on we found out that it had a bumping sound system which proceeded to draw crowds for the rest of the day…

… Which looked like this. Sounded good… but still, I felt like it was kind of dated to do even that.

Back to our regular program – another shot of the LS.

Punit’s GS


Again of the S2000. I am particularly fond of the S2000 mainly because it was Nick’s and I had shot it a few years earlier. I remember way back when it was silver and on Work Meister 3PC. So seeing this still around today and in still fairly good condition makes me happy.

A few shots of the WSC members

Lester’s Mini

Rich’s WRX… Again, on new coloured wheels.

Another crowd favourite was this Datsun 240z. This guy actually lives near me and whenever I’m driving home, I always see him cleaning it or working on it. I recognized it because of the colour and the license plate and confirmed when he rolled up. Super minty and perfectly done. I’d love to shoot this…

He had Recaros from a DC2R in there as well I believe.

Shot of the incredibly immaculate engine bay. So good.

Kind of midway through the show and Ollie was passed out under the Mini because it was getting super hot.

The rev competition began. JC trying to get oxygen through his palms because of the polluted air and Ollie awake and confused.

I wish I could have captured smoke or something from the revving, but these two were going at it for a while.

After that, I had left to go attend some other issues… but I don’t think much else happened after that. The end!

Quarry Park & Polish Auto Show 2013: Part 1 of 2

Well the past Saturday was the annual Quarry Park & Polish Auto Show and like every year, we always try and make it out and show some support. The show is sponsored by MADD Canada and it’s essentially a free show with a lot of stuff going on. Awards, prize bags, raffles, and other pretty cool things so there is no reason for us not to go. They’ve always been super accommodating for us because we’re a totally different crowd than what they usually have – exotics and American muscle. Then you see all us ricers in our Japanese cars trying to fit in.

It always takes place at the Cardel Homes head office and it’s a pretty big lot for a bunch of cars to just roll into and show. The big wig at Cardel always brings all his toys out and it’s always awesome to see since they’re usually parked right underground. The main office is usually opened for browsing and they have the theater open as well. Various automotive documentaries are played throughout the day – one of which was “Senna” – but I didn’t get a chance to go in and watch at time it was playing. This time there was go-karting around back for people to watch, some RC car racing, and throughout the day there are little events like a revving competition. It’s always a good time because it’s a nice and short show and it’s a good time to just hang out and relax.

Speaking of ricers trying to fit in – they put us all in an area together because we are like-minded individuals and there is no need for hate. I get that there can be distaste and a very likely chance that some people aren’t going to like some modifications that others do. There is even going to be a superiority complex between groups that makes them think their style is better than everybody else – and it may as well be. But when certain groups vocally hate on other groups (that are parked right beside them) it ruins a good show. It’s one thing to have an Aventador and hate and it’s another thing to have a stock car with plastidipped parts and fake wheels and hate. People need to get off their imaginary high horse and just do you.

Personally, I have always built my cars for myself and not to impress anybody else. The recognition comes after the fact if you build it with a true and complete vision – not before. People shouldn’t be building cars for the recognition in the first place. It’s when you start off wanting attention that you really start to lose respect from other people. But that’s just my mini rant based on a few comments we heard from our neighbours at the show… Too bad.

Anyways – on with part 1!

Upon arriving to the show, there was a bit of a line up. Didn’t know why until we got up there, but there was a photographer positioning each car in front of a black background and taking pics. That was a pretty sweet idea!

Punit stopped in the middle lol

Was lucky enough to find a parking for the Mean Girls together.

The awards table. Pretty awesome idea as well – parts that were salvaged off of a wrecked Ferrari were made into various awards.

Even handed out exhibitor tags this year. Lucky 150.

The “world champion” award.

Most likely to be towed. Punit and his Integra should have got that?

Most horsepower…

Car we wish we had. I would say the Aventador…

Best show stopper – this was my favourite looking award.

Most carbon fiber…

Best headlight turner…

Inside were the raffles that we got to enter. One of the more popular choices was a set of HRE wheels. Here is one for display.

The rest of the gang showed up. Ryan in his EP3

Alex in his Integra

Noel in his S13

Prashant in his C63 AMG

Started off at the beginning of our line. A super clean Celica Supra

A minty Supra

An immaculate 5-series.

An awesome Volkswagen G60 that was for sale. Later on in the day the owner put up a sign asking for offers.

Punit’s GS450h


JC’s CT200h

Nick Chow’s old S2000 with some new shoes – TE37SL’s. He recently just sold the WORK Meister M1R’s that came with the car. I think this is a better look because it’s more of a “track” look but both wheels were money.

Super clean Focus. I didn’t really notice it until I walked around to the side but it was sitting nice and low on some BBS RS’s. This one was executed very nicely.

Alex’s Integra

A very well done Miata with a matte black finish on RPF1’s

McLaren MP4-12C up front and center.

Shot of the engine bay.

Super rare Alfa Romeo

Ollie towering down on another little dog as we were walking.

McDonald’s free coffee this year!

A super sick BMW Turbo clone. This was for sale too..

For $30,000 it could be yours!

Junior go karting set up in the back. You can see some of the karts getting tuned up.

A super mint Mini.

This was a beautifully finished HRE wheel. Not sure what the finish is called but it was orange and copper-ish and up close you could see the brushed finished. Awesome.

An RC car race track.

A Porsche Cayenne wrapped in a satin matte blue finish. Perfect job as well.

Part 2 tomorrow!