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ToyotaFest 2013 brought to by XFORCE

11 Oct 2013

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Toymods car club put on TOYOTAFEST 2013 yesterday in Castle Hill, their 10th Anniversary Show! Sydney turned on the heat, and it was hot on the rooftop, with many punters dropping by just to say G’Day and grab a bit of shade under our tent. 175+ Toyotas were on display and there was definitely something for everyone.
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ToyotaFest is an annual event aimed at promoting and celebrating the enthusiasm of Toyota Owners by providing an event where they can come together, display their pride and joy and chat with likeminded individuals.
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Toyotafest is run by the Toymods Car club who noticed a distinct lack of Toyota focused Show n Shine style events that catered to the wider Toyota Community, so after looking at the related automotive calendar the first ToyotaFest was held on Sunday 3rd of October 2004 and has been held on the Sunday of the October long weekend ever since.
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You didn’t have to be a part of a car club or own a Show car to enter ToyotaFest. In fact the guys at Toymods encourage all Toyota car enthusiasts to get involved whether your Toyota is well presented, rare, or just something you think other Toyota enthusiasts would like to look at.
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Since its commencement ToyotaFest has grown to become the largest all Toyota car show held in NSW (possibly Australia) and we look forward to its continued growth in years to come.
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There are Trophy classes to cover everything from Show cars to classic originals, Modifeds to commercials, competition vehicles and latest model releases. There is no model Toyota we don’t want to see and we don’t care what running gear is hiding under the bonnet either.
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Honda F20C in the engine bay of this Corolla. Neat!
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Our friends from Zen Garage had their stand setup for the day where we displayed had a small XFORCE display of headers and mufflers for the Toyota 86.
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This lucky gentleman won himself the XFORCE VAREX muffler prize which we donated to the event.

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