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Guests of the anniversary Custom Convention were treated to an extensive exhibition display and a large number of entertainments.
Svetlana Parfenova Soviet-made cars were represented by all popular brands and showed a fairly wide range of customization styles.
Svetlana Parfenova The custom project “Pretty betty” is a lead sled (lead sled style), built on the basis of the 403rd “Moskvich”. It has a 1.5-liter UZAM engine, a gearbox from a “Zhiguli”. The suspension is a combination of parts from “Moskvich”, UAZ, “Volga” and custom solutions.
Svetlana Parfenova VAZ-2102 named “Phoenix”: a project with custom body painting and engraving of all sorts of elements (engine valve cover, window lifter handles, door opening “sockets”, rear-view mirror and other elements). The car is lowered by installing air suspension.
Svetlana Parfenova This stylish lead sled is also built from a Soviet Moskvich.
Svetlana Parfenova Despite the identical source materials, the cars are strikingly different from each other.
Svetlana Parfenova A GAZ-24 Volga, styled like a 1970s NASCAR car, and a bright Lincoln with engraving on the body are projects by the Custom Garage 67 workshop from Smolensk.
Svetlana Parfenova “Volga” GAZ-24.
Svetlana Parfenova A separate row of the exhibition was occupied by cars from the Boyars club.
Svetlana Parfenova “Boyars” create projects exclusively based on “Volgas”.
Svetlana Parfenova The foreign car zone was dominated mainly by rare examples from America.
Svetlana Parfenova However, there was also room for European brands.
Svetlana Parfenova 1971 Plymouth Satellite.
Svetlana Parfenova 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu. Interestingly, after the Chevelle was taken off the assembly line, the Malibu became an independent model.
Svetlana Parfenova 1968 Dodge Coronet 440.
Svetlana Parfenova Ford F100 1969.
Svetlana Parfenova We met this 1951 Nash Ambassador Super Airflyte in April at [Олдтаймер-Галерее](https://motor.ru/reports/oldtimer-gallery-2024.htm).
Svetlana Parfenova Rare Thing: Eagle SS – English Kit Car Based on Ford Cortina
Svetlana Parfenova Cool look for a 40-year-old car? Almost the only JDM representative at the festival is the Mazda 929 Coupe. In this form, it was produced from 1984 to 1987.
Svetlana Parfenova The Brainstorm Motor Fest stand, which will be held on August 3, featured a hot rod assembled by children in the DOSAAF club. The frame and exterior were created in the likeness of American hot rods. The engine was taken from a disabled woman.
Svetlana Parfenova A project from the LBM workshop – a motorcycle for the horseman of the apocalypse. The donor was a Suzuki Bandit 1200.
Svetlana Parfenova And also hot rods.
Svetlana Parfenova Traditionally, the Custom Convention had a separate area with children’s pedal cars.
Svetlana Parfenova And on stage there was an entertainment program on both days of the festival.
Svetlana Parfenova The next event from the organizers of the Custom Convention will take place on August 24 and 25 – it will be Custom Weekend in the Moscow region.
Svetlana Parfenova Now scroll through the gallery, we have photographed the most interesting things!
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The legendary Custom Convention is celebrating its anniversary this year: the festival is ten years old. This time, the center of attraction for fans of custom culture was a new location for the Convention — the Arma business quarter, and the event area was divided into thematic zones. On the right are projects based on domestic cars. Behind them, on the pavement, is a motorcycle zone. On the left, around the corner, is a large courtyard with foreign-made cars and, of course, bicycles. Take a walk around the customizing festival and look at our photo gallery. We have collected the coolest projects of the exhibition.

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