In part one of our coverage from the Bangkok International Auto Salon, we showed you some of the cars on display along with the rather wacky Thailand vs. Japan model carwash competition. Yes, seriously, that happened. This time around our triggerman, Chad Burdette, managed to capture more of the vehicles that arrived to the show, along with some of the interesting displays on the second and third day of the weeklong affair. In addition, Work Wheels organized a meet just outside the Auto Salon that brought with it all types of builds, including a slammed and modded in-service taxi. Yup, only in Thailand...
We recently featured this 780hp Supra, and not surprisingly it still looks amazing in person.
Mr. Kato and the Liberty Walk crew enjoying their time at the Auto Salon - their display vehicles, not surprisingly, brought in the crowds day after day.
Wild FC chassis RX-7 with a ton of detailed weld work applied to its rotary heart
Regardless of what corner of the world you reside, Nissan's iconic R32 is always a crowd pleaser.
The Honda community in Thailand is constantly growing and plenty of street, show, and race Honda builds could be found throughout the venue.
Long gone are the easily recognizable circle taillights you'd expect to find on the rear of the legendary MkIV Supra; replaced, in this case, with these rectangular versions as part of a complete Veilside makeover. You either hate it or love it.
Van culture is all the rage in both Japan and Thailand. Here, a small sample of the highly modified and extremely detailed custom vans in attendance