I love a tastefully modded STi or two. Oakes Detailing put their magic touch on a few Subarus this weekend, so I met up with them on Sunday to take a couple shots.
Adam’s center console setup with the stickers is super fresh.
Until next time…
My overall experience at this year’s Philadelphia Auto Show was interesting to say the least. The train ride in is always nice because you don’t have to worry about parking or even going outside. However I have to say I was a little disappointed in the selection. The Fox Marketing Lexus ISC, and the new Audi R8 v10 spyder were pretty cool as well as the Stingray concept. The FC Kerbeck Exotics section upstairs is always enjoyable as well. But to my surprise the cars were filthy, either no one got to cleaning them yet or they just didn’t care. The cars downstairs in the Tuner section however were spotless down to the frame. Partly responsible for that was Nick Oakes and his detailing. Besides the incredibly spotless rides downstairs you might also catch a seizure from all the flashing lights or all the monster energy drinks available. Either way you are in for a good time. Especially if you are in the market for a new car or just want to check out the new gadgets and technology in every one of the cars on display. My advice: go early and on a weekday to avoid the long lines and big crowds.
Bsaint – Steve Nawrocki