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First day I was able to snap a few pics, could have tried a couple days ago and risk getting thrown out of the building and losing my job, not worth the risk obviously.

Sucks without models [who are all over the place practicing], but nice not to have swarms of people around to spoil the pics.

Red Rebel is jaw dropping, don't think I'll be able to afford that one until about 2027 or so.
 

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Nice pics, Xray ... thank you for posting them.

I was hoping to be in MI about the time of the NAIAS this year, but that isn't happening.


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Ah man, they'd be mad at me for the slobber marks on some of those trucks.

:2444_drooling:
 

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So nice to be there without the crowds ,,, Models are missed, but I've seen 100's of them the past week to make up for it.

Chrysler probably has the all around nicest display in the hall, they really revamped it starting last year using LED surrounds on all the columns. I like the lighting, a bit subtle unlike Fords/VW who go for the booth wide bright overkill lights.
I work around 100's of vehicles but the Rams are the only ones that interest me, and yes they are drool worthy.
 
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