I had the lazies to upload the pics from this car show. Anyway, I remember that was a long day for me as I had to go to Megamall in the early afternoon to pick up my Keroro Gunsou goods, went back home to drop off the goods, and then headed to Philippine World Trade Center where the car show was held. It was a terribly hot day, so I was already tired before I got home. But because Marco was already in the car show event and I wouldn’t want to miss the girls and cars, I didn’t bother to rest. I had two cameras ready and went to the venue with my brother.
Before we actually got in the show area, we were welcomed by these ladies.
The Vespas were the first that got my attention when we got inside.
Vespa’s World War II models are awesome especially those used by the Germans with a passenger cart (I dunno what that’s called). I so want, but I doubt I’ll be able to have one of those. I’ll just aim to have any authentic Vespa before I die. 😛
(Squeezing in a digital shot…)
The Manila Autoshow 2010 is the biggest car show I’ve been to. In the first area, these are the sort of cars you’ll see:
I also must own a Jaguar before I die. =_=
In the next and last area, things get green…
That’s not bad, but only out of place. ^^;;; There were more cars, but mostly pimped/semi-pimped classics.
I would have taken pics of each car there. What kept me from doing so were the people and kids running around. I wanted to take a picture of a car hood when some kid ran in front of me and posed. I wasn’t in the best mood, so I kinda terrorized the kid.
I was so tired and hungry, so we decided to have light dinner at Pier One right across PWTC. This was parked there:
I wasn’t very satisfied with the event, but my day felt complete when I saw that car. 😀