Motor 4 Toys 2014 Recap

For the staff at The Auto Gallery, The Motor 4 Toys annual car show is one of the most anticipated events of the entire year. It allows us an opportunity to not only spend time with our customers, but to also give back to the community we have had the pleasure of serving for over a decade. 


Motor 4 Toys takes place in early December every year and is put on by Supercar Sunday founder, Dustin Troyan. The local community is asked to bring a toy donation which is given to underpriviledged children during the holiday season. The show has grown exponentially since the first show 11 years ago, and in 2014 the goal was over 60,000 toys.

 

Preparations for the big event started a week prior with with a run from Lamborghini North Los Angeles to Louisville High School to gather more toys for the cause. The local students were able to enjoy the Lamborghini, McLaren and Porsche cars.

 

Each year, The Auto Gallery prides itself in being the largest contributor for this worth cause. We were proud to continue that tradition in 2014 with a $41 thousand donation. 

 

We thoroughly enjoyed seeing so many of our customers coming out for the show, from FIAT Abarth owners to our current Ferrari service customers. Even our second-ever Alfa Romeo 4C customer came out to take part in our display.

 

There were amazing cars on display from outside The Auto Gallery network as well.  Highlights included amazing vintage Shelby Cobras, charismatic rat rods, Japanese market Nissan Skyline GTRs, even a Koenigsegg CCX and the bizarre Youabian Puma came out to support the cause. 

 

The show was a massive success. The Auto Gallery was able to represent every brand in its repertoire - with the exception of the ultra-rare Pagani Huayra - in the display. The Audi store took advantage of this gathering to showcase some of the new Audi Exclusive-designed cars. These cars feature custom colors and bespoke interiors. These new models are so in demand, we had to re-do our display at the last minute when someone bought one of the showcars right off the lot.

 

We're already talking about how we can make next year's event better still and can't wait for the chance to give back to the community yet again. If you missed out on the action this year, stay tuned to the Supercar Sunday website here to find out about other, similar shows in the area. 






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