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This year's Autocon LA event carried the great tradition of highly selective show case cars that satisfy both the hard core and casual car enthusiasts. Inside the compact LA Convention Center, this year's venue is slightly smaller than the last year's at the same location but it seemed to be more crowded at the same time.
The organizer does not take it lightly just showing the car on the stage. They interview the car owners or sponsors. They put tons of light on the cars to show the best angels and lights of the car. The sheer motor sound that moved the cars up and down the stage would be the calling of the crowd to gather and witness the greatness.
This year's Autocon models are pretty much new faces to us, except Melissa Paradise (middle) that we met at this year's CES show earlier. Here is a group shot of the ladies, from left to right, Mei Lloyd, Melissa Paradise, and Christina Barras.
Kallita Daniel for MST Wheels
At the Autocon LA 2017 show, they don't repeat from the last year and showed the same cars from the same car clubs. They are more diverse and new faces (car faces we mean) are on the show floor. This makes the show even more interesting and refreshing.