Finally getting through to the Spocom Norcal photos from last weekend, and it’s not much but it’s better than nothing. I actually wasn’t really motivated to take photos that day, because I honestly had higher expectations from Spocom, but the show didn’t really live up to the name. Of course, it wouldn’t be fair for me to compare the Norcal version with the Socal shows because Socal definitely packs a lot more heat. Besides the cars, however, the thing that really bothered me was the choice of venue because there were a lot of distractions throughout the show area. Distractions like trailers and regular parked cars were scattered among the show cars and display cars rather than having a designated area for them. To me, I think it showed the lack of organizational skills from the show organizers, and it’s an issue that definitely needs to be addressed for future events. But enough of my rambling for now, cause I just want to get some photos up….. I’ll probably have more to say on the next post though…
Photos by Marco Mo
Love this super clean rotary power plant.
Couple of clean four doors by the entrance.
Prestige Marketing M3.
There were a few indoor halls that had a few cars on display, like this S2000.
Super clean MKIII on display at the main hall.
The famous gold Continental Tire Evo.
Another couple of famous Evos from the Bay Area.
Turbonetics powered F22C in a classic RX7.
And closing out this post with a few more cars from the indoor area.
Stay tuned for more! And I may have more topics to discuss in the next post.