WORCESTER – Richard Moscoffian had maybe a best pursuit during this weekend’s 2018 Worcester Auto Show during a DCU Center.
He got to expostulate to a uncover in a Aston Martin V12 Vantage – a $265,000 one with a tip speed of 205 mph and a “Please Do Not Touch” signs on it.
What is it like behind a circle of a automobile that James Bond rolled over in “Casino Royale?” “Amazing,” he said. “Exhilarating.”
Mr. Moscoffian, of CAS Garage and Landrics Customs in Worcester and Fitchburg, was an exhibitor during a automobile uncover Sunday that incited a DCU Center into a showroom.
His association does customizing and collision correct and deals in tradition tools and accessories.
The Aston Martin, belonging to his business partner, was displayed subsequent to a client’s car, an 800-horsepower Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, a indication that creatively sole for $110,000 though now fetches a lot more, he said.
He got to expostulate a Corvette to a show, too. “Not a bad job,” Mr. Moscoffian said.
The Worcester Auto Show, hold each Jan a weekend before a Super Bowl, offers manufacturers and dealers an event to showcase new vehicles a few weeks before a Washington’s Birthday sale period.
Guests on Sunday looked underneath hoods, got in and out, and figuratively, during least, kicked a tires of sedans, trucks, SUVs and sports cars. Makes enclosed Toyotas and Hondas, Jeeps and Chevys, Hyundais and Audis.
A teen snapped a design of a burnt-orange, racing-striped Dodge Challenger, plaque cost $53,350, that looked like a modern-day “Dukes of Hazzard” speedster. A integrate sat in a friendly proportions of a two-seat Fiat 124 Spider roadster, labelled during $33,725. “Dreams – subsequent 10 years,” pronounced a husband.
And Tom Dubay of Worcester, who pronounced he comes to a DCU Center each year to check out a new models, folded himself in and out of a low-to-the-ground, $65,900 Alfa Romeo Spider sports car.
“If we was a small shorter it competence be an option,” pronounced Mr. Dubay, who pronounced he is 6 feet 1. “A small wily removing in and out, though it is nice.”