A Dodge Dakota with a cab that cracked open to reveal the inside was a show stopper. Ryan Gordon of Enter G shows off a TSW G1 wheel for which he's created lighted spokes.
Randy Mayers, of WheelTec Inc., Tampa, Fla., admires a 22-inch Pirelli Scorpion Zero in need of a like-sized wheel.
Emgee Clean Tools Inc. had one of the show's unique booths—actors Rick Ginn, left, and Joe LaDue in a barber shop discussed the Westmont, Ill., firm's array of tire brushes and cleaning products. That's a 1958 BMW Isetta 300 parked in front.
This '86 Corvette took designer James Perry of Roy and DJ's Auto Repair & Customizing, San Louis Rey, Calif., nine months to build.
Dave Kuma, owner of Kuma Tire in Riverside, Calif., loved the smell of "Gasoline Alley" at Yokohama Tire Corp.'s booth, which featured an American LeMans race simulator.
Jean-Luc Bouvier, center, an engineer involved in designing Michelin's PAX system, explains the concept to Ed North, left, a consultant with Lester Tire & Wheel, Bedford, Ohio, and Ken MacDowell, president of Parma International, a Strongsville, Ohio, firm that makes model race cars.