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The Adelaide Extreme Auto Expo has come back to Wayville Showgrounds with a vengeance this year, filling two whole pavilions with new cars, show cars, motor bikes and accessories, while the Adelaide Hot Rod Show is also included and now has a complete pavilion to itself.
The Holden Efijy concept car will be making one of its rare Adelaide appearances at the Extreme Auto Expo since its debut showing at The Australian International Motor Show. Not intended for production, the Efijy is intended to be all about fun, emotion and imagination.
A whole heap of high-performance hot rods will be housed in the Goyder Pavilion for The Adelaide Hot Rod Show in a stunning display of style, colour and and chrome.
Shannons will present a display of Past to Present, where iconic and stylish cars from days gone by will be contrasted with their current versions - think a 1960's Camaro sitting pretty next to the current Camaro. Over $1,000,000 worth of cars on display for you to get up close to.
If you're the competitive type, why not check out the Dyno Competition, a chance to put your muscle on display? A Sound Off competition will award trophies and prizes for highest Db and best installation - BYO earplugs for this one. And a Bikini Competition will raise temperatures if things aren't hot enough already.
On Saturday afternoon watch the spectacle of more than 300 American muscle cars parade around the oval area until they leave for their Zippel Cruise around 7.30pm. If you thought the Bay to Birdwood was fun then this will really excite you.
Other awesome displays will include DB drag racing and a grass driving event, with more to be included in the program. Check the Extreme Auto Expo website for updated information, or follow them on Facebook for updates.
Unlie the 1960 Motor Show, Men Will not Need a Hat or Tie.
Taking place on the weekend of October 1920, the Extreme Auto Expo will have something for everyone in the family with children's activities, light entertainment, and stacks of stalls to get all your motoring needs. And unlike the 1960 Motor Show, you won't even need to wear a hat or tie.