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Washington Auto Show 2008

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Many Blazers attended the annual Washington Auto Show for five days of cool cars and local celebrities.

The Chevrolet Volt, a plug-in hybrid, has a cord extending from behind the left front wheel to charge the car.

Many Blazers attended the annual Washington Auto Show for five days of cool cars and local celebrities.

The Chevrolet Volt, a plug-in hybrid, has a cord extending from behind the left front wheel to charge the car. 1Picture by Kiera ZitelmanIn the vintage showcase, this flamed Ford Fairlane drew many show attendees. 2Picture by Kiera ZitelmanSeveral vintage Ford Mustangs were found in the Mustang Display, sponsored by the National Capitol Region Mustang Club. 3Picture by Kiera ZitelmanThe new Mini Clubman stays true to Mini's racing heritage with a checkerboard pattern in the trunk. 4Picture by Kiera ZitelmanNext to the futuristic, luxury Lamborghinis, a vintage Mustang drew attention. 5Picture by Kiera ZitelmanFord brought along a fuel cell powered Fusion racecar. 6Picture by Kiera ZitelmanThe Washington Post sponsored a Guess the Mess contest, in which contestants guessed the make and model of the junked car. 7Picture by Kiera ZitelmanNext to a giant obstacle course dubbed "Camp Jeep," the Jeep Trailhawk concept drew several onlookers. 8Picture by Kiera ZitelmanCars weren't the only vehicles at the Auto Show Ducati motorcycles were on sale for $15,995. 9Picture by Kiera ZitelmanVolkswagen offered its 2009 Beetle Convertible. 10Picture by Kiera ZitelmanThe Buick Enclave was halved to show its interior space. 11Picture by Kiera ZitelmanToyota unveiled the redesigned Matrix prototype, which will debut in March of this year. 12Picture by Kiera ZitelmanHummer showed off its H2 at a sharp angle. 13Picture by Kiera Zitelman

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