Custom Motor Show

This is the rear window of a 1950 Volkswagen. The car was exhibited at the 2018 Bilsport Performance & Custom Motor Show in Jonkoping, Sweden. This show, always held at Easter, is the largest auto and motorbike show in Scandinavia. After the first exhibition in 1971, the show has been staged annually since 1976. This year’s show had almost 84,000 visitors. In addition to cars and bikes in various classes like Custom, Performance, Finish and Classic, there were stunt and drifting shows.

Here are some more images from the show.

1970 Dodge Challenger with the 426 HEMI engine, i.e. a four-litre V8. The car is owned by Leidulf Gravråk, Norway.

A 1977 Pontiac Trans Am, owned by Andreas Björklund.

Nice red interior of a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air by Svein Loken. It was one of the Jury’s Choices and won a Best Interior prize as well as the Dave Kindig Special Award.

Beautiful body paint artwork on the left front wing of Ari Vatanen’s BMW 3351 2007.

Called ‘Low Rider’, this 2016 Mercedes-Benz Actros with double bulk trailers is by Kuljetus Auvinen, Finland. It won one of the Best Paint prizes and was one of the Jury’s Choices.

The interior of the Low Rider looks very inviting.

A BMW and a Volvo skidding at the drifting show.

Another two cars at the drifting show.

With all tires burning, it was sometimes hard to even see the drifting cars…

David Burman from Arjeplog flying his snowmobile above the frosty Swedish landscape.

Another David Burman stunt.

Marcus Ohlsson from Sveg on (?) his snowmobile.

And finally Marcus Ohlsson waving goodbye from the Bilsport Performance & Custom Motor Show in Jonkoping.

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