Are you ready for another heck-load of neck-breaking custom and restored cars display? We bet you are because Tradeshow International, Inc. (TSI), together with Shell Helix Ultra and GMA Network, is bringing in the 27th TransSportShow this year on May 17 to 20.
The four-day auto show-slash-competition—filled with sleek modifications and classy restorations—will be held at the SMX Convention Center by the SM Mall of Asia. Hundreds of specially prepared, customized, and restored project cars await you – from the well-reputed classics to the famed modern exotics.
TransSportShow, from being a general automotive show since 1992, has successfully evolved into an iconic name for car enthusiasts and their creative self-expressions. This explains the wide array of eye-popping ‘car porn’ showcase we get to see at the SMX Convention Center every year.
“For 26 years now, TransSportShow has always been and continues to be in the forefront of automotive restoration and car show competitions. Having produced hundreds of show car winners in its 26 years run, TransSportShow has helped hundreds of car shops and individuals flourish in this field - several of whom have become ‘Influencers’ when it comes to auto restoration."
If you can recall, the 26th TransSportShow went just about as hot as the summer heat last 2017. Well, this year, we'll see some of the Best of Show winners from last year like Alex Car Restoration, Alfred Motorworks, and Import Hook Up. Meanwhile, last year's first-time entrant and winner Vonetix Radical Creations will display its title-holder 1995 Toyota Corolla again for those who missed it.
If you missed out 26th TransSportShow, we made a virtual tour article which you could check if you wish to catch up before you go to this year's event. And, as seen last year, expect that there will be tons of goodies, merchandise booths, car show models, and a whole lot of fun for 2018 so, see you there!
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