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Motion Auto Show & Expo; Long Beach Convention Center - Long Beach, CA - Local Motion

Local Motion - New Name, Same Game And Plenty Of “Bolt-Ons”.

Super Street Staff
Dec 2, 2011

Five years and counting, the guys at Pro-Motion Distributing have delivered one of the most entertaining car shows on the West Coast. Although the organizers changed the name to Motion this year (previously SpoCom), the Long Beach Convention Center was once again filled with SoCal’s best hard-parking show cars, newest dance crews and biggest boobies.

Many people were skeptical of the name change but Motion was far from a disappointment. The show area was sold out weeks before with over 300 cars. Whether you liked JDM, stance, Euro or even muscle, there was something for everyone. Vendors weren’t short either with over 100 showing their support including Mobil 1, Falken, Nitto, NOS Energy Drink, plus countless others. And the attendance was strong with a jolly crowd of more than 5000 enthusiasts walking through the gates. Throw in the dance crew competition and bikini contest and you have yourself hours of entertainment.

So if you missed this year’s Motion, don’t worry. You can enjoy a selection of our favorite cars and girls here, but also scan the QR code for more snaps. You might even find some photos behind pervert row.

And remember to mark your calendars for May 20, 2012.

Motion will return to Long Beach with the same great ingredients to bring the car community and model creepers together, us included.

Source: motionautoshow.com

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