Phoenix Cars Hold Inaugural ’Show And Shine’ Event
Phoenix Cars held its first Show and Shine event in June, allowing car enthusiasts to show off their vehicles.
The long-awaited ‘Show and Shine’ event at Phoenix Linwood was showcased on Sunday 24th June, 10.30am – 3pm. With over 50 people attending and 29 cars, the event was extremely inspiring and a proven success.
Phoenix created an exciting new challenge for the car enthusiasts to take the chance to display their exceptional customised cars. Although the focus was on Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi, there were other unique and noteworthy cars from manufacturers such as Nissan and BMW.
At 10.45am, six members of the MX-5 Owners’ Club entered the site together with their MX-5s and set up their own stand. Following closely were Honda Civic Type R and CR-Z Mugen owners. Soon after, car club experts Monster Unit arrived making their own display with 10 high performance and modified cars.
There were various prizes to be won on the day, which created a buzz of excitement. The judging panel included Kenny Goudie and Craig Muir who judged from a technical perspective. Colin MacLeod judged according to the parts and accessories of the vehicles, and Peter Mustard judged on the overall appearance of the vehicles.
Winning categories included ‘Best Honda’, ‘Best Mazda’, ‘Overall Rise and Shine Champion’, and ‘Most Unusual Entrant’. Selecting the winners was a difficult decision due to the strong competition amongst the entrants. The winner of the Best Honda was Simon who owned a Civic FD-2 and the Best Mazda award was received by an owner of an MX-5, Ian. The owner of the vehicle selected for the Most Unusual Entrant was Hugh, receiving the award for being an owner of a flashy quad bike. Lastly, the winner of the Overall Rise and Shine Champion was Gavin Edgar. Gavin was the owner of a very well maintained 1990 Civic EF, which was in immaculate condition with unique modifications.
There were a range of entertainments during the event including a martial arts display by Jiu-Jitsu black belt, Scott McVeigh and his highly talented team. There was Ian Semple Chemicals cleaning equipment for sale. Mugen Spoon were also exhibited, which consisted of a range of adaptations for Honda.
Phoenix also arranged for visual health checks on the day for any driver who wished to have their car checked. The day also included car improvement stalls and window tint demonstrations to show all car enthusiasts how they can further customise their vehicles. There were displays of various vehicle parts and accessories in addition to a range of alloy wheel customisations. An art car was also formed using CR-Z Mugen accessories, an exclusive masterpiece.
With the sun shining, barbecue on, and being surrounded by extraordinary modified vehicles, the day was every car fanatic’s dream.
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