Posted by Josh Mackey
Text by Josh Mackey
Pictures by Armin Ausejo
The boys at Northwest Auto Salon teamed up with Sigma Phi Epsilon to bring you the 3rd Annual Red Square Charity Car show at the University of Washington. Two things stand out about this show: one, the fact that you can actually get your park parked in Red Square, and two, the total value amount of the cars packed at this Exotics Only (sort of) car show.
While the show had a good amount of exotics, a few imports made their way in as well. (Ahem, Armin) The show wasn’t exactly a show, more of like a showcase of some of the Northwest’s better exotics that actually get driven. Yes, most if not all were driven there! The show’s main goal of course was its charity benefiting the PAWS group, people helping animals.
Among the crowd of exotics were a handful of Lamborghinis including the very rare Superleggera, which we were told passed a certain front plate law test somehow. Ferarris, Porsches, BMWs and even a super rare Holden even made their appearance at the show. All in all, we would say it was a very successful show that drew some good charitable donations.
People’s Choice award winner was Russel Rogers Outback!
If you didn’t make it to the show, but still wish to participate in the charity, please visit http://www.paws.org/ for more information on how you can help.