Dub continues their car show tour by joining forces with the Philadelphia Auto Show. Like last year, it was held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. When I posted last year’s coverage, I used Tri-State Tuners, since they understand the fundamentals of photography. Sadly they posted three times the photos last year than they did this year, so I used both their photos as well as the photos from Dub Magazine.
I love the theme, how they used the Pennsylvania license plate design as the logo. I see they have state pride, even though the Phillies did lose to the Yankees in the World Series.
On to the photos, and the photos with the Tri-State Tuners watermark is from Tri-State Tuners.com (duh.) and the photos without the watermark is from Dub Magazine. Capisce? (Sorry, I’ve been watching too much Mob Wives. Renee is starting to rub off on me. Who am I kidding? You could never watch enough Mob Wives.)
(I like the composition)
(Prime example of when selective focus works)
(Balloons!!! And a Hyundai Genesis. Those Genesis are kinda cute. I remember those days when I was 16 and wanted a Hyundai Tiburon. Such a Long Island thing. But Pops axed that idea and got me a gently used, fully loaded Chevy Blazer)
(Screams like a 16 year old girl watching Justin Beiber)
(Look more balloons and a Nissan GTR. Remember this is an auto show in the Northeastern part of the US, they’re going to show more imports, SUVs, and luxury cars than anything else.)
(Selective focus again. If you don’t know what you’re doing, then do not try this)
(Look at my boo in blue…)
(I do appreciate a nice Mercedes, but I’m just not a fan of the new front end)
(Nice way to advertise for the Porsche Driving School.)
(Yes!!! So Gorgeous)
(You know, the body reminds me of the Jaguar, but I would rather have a Jaguar than a Buick.)
(*Smiles* I see that horsey)
(Nice way to show off a Challenger…)
(I hope this wasn’t to imply that the Lexus in the background is a lemon, even if the lemons have the same coloring as an orange.)
(Dude, I really want to go to the Ford Racing School, but I have to see when I’ll actually make it to Utah. And if I do make it to the school, would they let me
burn rubber drive a Shelby? I’m a great driver, I drive just like I’m in New York.)
(Don’t think I’m going to talk about the blue Mustang, but instead I’m going to talk about the floor. They should mandate having the aisle look like a road at all Auto Shows. That is too cute and it keeps up with the theme. Now that was genius.)
Not bad Philly, but honestly, my mouth is watering for a Cheesesteak from Gino’s.