Meguiar’s MotorEx Sydney 2013 Part 1

Posted By on July 21, 2013 in Automotive, Events | 0 comments

Meguiar’s MotorEx Sydney 2013 Part 1


Meguiar’s MotorEx Sydney 2013 Part 1


Meguiar’s MotorEx is back in Sydney at the Dome at Sydney Olympic Park and they have put up another amazing collection of cars.

Now in its 13th year, Meguiar’s MotorEx is the largest and most prestigious motoring enthusiast event of its kind in Australia. Hundreds of Australia’s best cars, travelling from all over the country to unite at Sydney Olympic Park to create an amazing visual spectacle of colour, chrome and individual style. Covering over 22,000 square metres and with vehicles making up a combined value of over $50 million dollars, this huge event is not to be missed.

It highlights the greatest selection of Custom, Performance and Collectible vehicles from all over the country, featuring everything from Hot Rods, Street Machines, Hi-Tech Tuners, Custom Euro’s and wild motorcycles to the finest examples of Australian and American muscle, high performance speed machines, sports racing vehicles and timeless classics. MotorEx offers fantastic and unique opportunities for everyone to be involved from motoring clubs, organisations and individual enthusiasts to businesses and commercial retailers.

I’ve taken a lot of shots this year so I’ve decided to split up my photos in two parts this year. Up first are all the amazing cars on display in the main hall, the Dome, where you can find the Meguiar’s Superstars and the House of Kolor Inauguration. Legendary car designer and star of the TV show Overhaulin’ Chip Foose officially opened MotorEx in the main hall Saturday morning.

Have a look at part 1 of my MotorEx photos and click here for part 2.

The photos:



You can find more information here at the MotorEx website.

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