For our New Years Eve celebration, we arrived in Baltimore’s historic inner harbor with a few wild automobiles for the Motor Trend International Auto Show. First in our stable was a sparkling McLaren 650S. McLarens arrive from England through Baltimore harbor, and this car rolled off the ship and made a few left turns to reach the convention center.
Next in was Brian Daly of Reflected Images Custom Detailing. Of course, his cars were squeaky clean, but their owners are true gearheads. A new BMW M3 sedan was given the widebody treatment and packed two massive turbos with dual 3” exhaust. The 458 Spider was ordered with every possible carbon fiber accent. From the seats, to the Scuderia Shields, it had $14,000 in options.
The Audi S5 had APR’s prototype supercharger kit tuned to deliver 670 all wheel horsepower through a manual transmission. Ferrari of Washington arrived next with a white FF and a California T. Not to be outdone, Lamborghini Washington brought a new Aventador Roadster and Huracan, both in a stunning Titanium finish.
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In order to inform the locals that we had arrived, Baltimore’s ABC Channel 2 News filmed three segments from our booth. Pardon my incorrect information, it was a long day.
Thank you to Baltimore and Motor Trend for the hospitality and the opportunity to show Maryland what duPont REGISTRY is all about. Stay tuned to Autofluence for updates from the upcoming Milwaukee International Auto Show February 21 to March 1.
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