As promised, here is part three of my Sunday School photos, which will start to cover the rest of the event. After all of our cars were ready and we had a snack, we started exploring to see what else had shown up. This is only the third edition of Sunday School and it’s looking like space is already an issue. There was no shortage of vehicles.
Looking from our corner, you can get an idea of how packed the Max Bell Centre was.
Which would you choose?
Speedoptions had a nice selection of Integras, complete with a few Type-Rs.
I rather liked this one. White on white always works.
White Civics, yellow M3; doesn’t matter. Mag Blue TEs always look good.
This was the R34 which showed up; it’s the second I’ve seen in person but the first one I’ve been able to see up close. It’s still surreal to see them here, and a bit hard to believe they’re turning 15 now.
Note the matte tail lights, to go with the matte white wrap.
We were impressed at the wheels this Celica was sporting – check out the dish!
Jackie’s shop – Zero Limit – was a sponsor this year and had a nice group of cars. An R/C drift car was provided as one of the draw prizes and I was hoping to win it. Haha.
I like the exposed CF. Nice touch. As you can spot in photo below, the hatch had a similar treatment.
I’m ending it here for today, with Steve’s RSX and Jackie’s own NSX beside it. Part four will pick up here!