For Part 2 of the 21st Trans Sport Show coverage, Custom Pinoy Rides brings you plenty of spankin’ engine bays, and a few nostalgic customs.
Autoline Motorsports Zentrium and PR Autosport maintains their strong partnership, joining up with this 2007 Honda Civic.
The engine of this Civic looked like it was assembled in a clean room by engineers in scrub suits, judging by how spotless it was.
Another example of an engine bay you could literally eat out of, this 1996 Mazda Famila GLX by Autogenix Carworx sported a gold engine cover…
…with its purple paint scheme making its way to the interior in true custom fashion.
Another gold engine cover from Autogenix Carworx, in a 1997 Honda Civic VTi
A 1998 Honda Integra having been graced by the Midas touch, with the lips of its BBS rims and its engine cover in matching gold. This was a joint project by Dice Bodykits, AC Garage, and Autopartsphil.
Another creation by Dice Bodykits, Garage 28, and AC Garage. This 2006 Honda FD2 sporting individual throttle bodies.
Glossmaster Customworx breaking norms in engine bay styling, with pattern and color matched strut bar and air intake tube.
Autoline and PR Autosport with their 2011 Mini Cooper
OLDisCOOL indeed, this 1963 Mini Cooper by Equal Trade and Firland Audio attracting the crowds.
Not enough room to cram in all your AV gear? No problem! Add a trailer! This Cooper is certainly an entertainment center on wheels.
And just in case you need to pop by the nearest Mini Stop to get a case of ice cold brew whilst the crowd watch the latest episode of Game of Thrones on the Cooper, just grab the roof-mounted chopper, complete with rear carriage.
Just when I thought I had seen the entire car, the owner popped open the hood and revealed an equally astounding engine bay.
“I was built to beat you” – nuff said!
There were a number of great looking vintage cars on display this year. Alfred Motorworks showing off a restored 1963 Sunbeam Alpine.
A 1969 MGB GT looking like it just rolled off the production line…
…unwittingly nearly half a century later, but still holding its own.
This 1937 Chevrolet was one of the oldest cars on display in the show, being done up by The New Autodresscode.
Featuring red hot grills, with a checkered front accent…
…this vintage is as revolutionary now as it was back in its prime.
That’s it for Part 2 of the 21st Trans Sport Show coverage. Stay tuned for more!