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100% Auto Live - tuning show

They may have changed the name of this yearly event from ‘100% Tuning’ to ‘100% Auto Live’, it was apparant that car tuning and styling was still the main focus. It’s a good mix of early 2000's Euro tuner scene, American hot rods, lowriders, actual performance and plenty other trends.

Following are pictures of what were the most interesting cars to me. Excuse some sloppy camerawork, I did this on my new phone (Oneplus 3) and it keeps messing with my settings. Enjoy.

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Itasha? Hell yeah
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Cross-eyed Elvis
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the best way to silence the kids in the back on a long road trip
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Those Maserati taillights...
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Mitsubishi FTO drift car:? yes please. It’s on a Skyline chassis
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This was actually my favourite. Such a wild car. Can you guess the original car?
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This is not a Porsche. Guess what it is? This kit is available from 4995 euros
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Let me know what you think, is everything you saw rice, or nice?

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