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Held from 13th to 15th January at the Birminham NEC, U.K., the Performance Car Show celebrated all things performance in motoring, from road cars to racers.

18 Jan 2017 | International News : U.K.

Whether you're into legendary fast Fords or supercars from the likes of Aston Martin, McLaren and Porsche, the Performance Car Show has it all. Headlining the event was a very special display of rarefied Sierra RS500 Cosworths to mark the iconic performance car's 30th anniversary.

Cars at the NEC included the Andy Lloyd-owned RS500 that raced in the Australian Touring Car Championship and Bathurst 1000 enduros in the 1987 and 1988 seasons with Dick Johnson behind the wheel and the Mobil-liveried RS500 (chassis AREKAL 0288), which raced in the 1988 season of the British Touring Car Championship with Andy Rouse driving. 

That's not it though. One of the biggest names in automotive tuning, Liberty Walk EU, wowed crowds with its bespoke supercars. The Japanese-founded exotic car tuning company presented a specially-modified Lamborghini Aventador and a Ferrari 458, which have never been seen in public in the U.K. before.

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