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Tokyo Auto Salon

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Models pose with a custom car at Tokyo Auto Salon 2010 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba on Friday. More than 400 companies are participating in the three-day show, which goes through Sunday, with some 630 vehicles on display, in addition to booths for parts makers and automotive businesses. Live entertainment is being organized by Avex. Admission is 2,000 yen for adults and 1,500 yen for junior and senior high school students.

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goth motor show, nice change from the usual Oct shows!

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These girls got nothing on the Latina models of "Lowrider Magazine." Only a curvy woman showing some skin can really complement a sportscar. Other than the one on the left, the girls might as well be skinny guys in drag.

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I thought they were cardboard cut-outs!!!!!!!!!!!

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I actually wouldn't mind seeing more of the CAR, but ... they're in the way. What's their purpose, anyway? Are they trained sales professionals, or do they work on the male subconscious, in effect saying, "If you buy the car, you'll have me tooooooo ..." ??

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what a life. standing around waiting to get nailed by some guy with lots of money.

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Love the boots.

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HOT!!!!!

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"Love the boots"

Me too. Especially the boots on the one on the right!

"HOT!!!!"

YES!!!!

"Other than the one on the left, the girls might as well be skinny guys in drag"

Gosh, I'd hate to hear what you'd say about... never mind.

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yes and yes and love the red hat yes

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Tokyo Salon 2010, more like Pink Salon 2010...

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What happened to the old ladies they showed pictures of last year? It also looks a little boring and demeaning for the ladies. I guess the after parties will make up for it.

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where is the other half of the redboot's face? redglove and the car have the best shape. for 2000 yen, you can see some good figures, not bad guys, go for it.

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"where is the other half of redboot's face?"

Heck, you've got her entire bellybutton, ha ha!

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"redglove and the car have the best shape"

What about redhat?

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Hawt - both the car and the girlz....

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Nice, man I wish I could've gone to this. Hoping there are more parts released for the evo.

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I take all three of them. Toyota can keep the car.

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Toyota can keep the car* ..a Toyota? where is that tree circles symbol? There must be something special about this car's wheel and brake that the manufacturer needs three models in black and red ,either red boot or red glove or red hat to complete the picture :-).
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Oh, you fellers are so darned sexist! Nice belly-button stage left and why is there a dude toting a bag in the pic anyway?

WilliB, I dunno about that one. Take the car for a spin and you might be glad you did. Same objective, different method.

SiouxGirl, if you have a complaint about the reactions by the males to this piece, you might first want to complain to the people who first posted it, if you get my drift.

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I mean, stage right??

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What about redhat?

The gluteal muscle is not curvy, the rest good.

About the man with the Goodyear bag- wish his face was more clear in the picture, so that I could admire his face.

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The girl on the left looks hot. Too bad you can't see her face.

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Nice!!

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Agreed with the poster above

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I'll take red boots.

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yes please.

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only the boots? the glove and hat together is a package deal!

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I went to see the Tokyo Motor Show a couple of years ago. These women just got in the way. I wanted to see the cars. That's why I went to a motor show. But I was an oddity. Most of the visitors were men. Most of these men were ecstatic over the women, which made me feel uneasy. I was pleased to leave.

I just don't get it. I agree with you SiouxGirl.

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These women just got in the way. I wanted to see the cars.

Oh, yeah? I am sure if you had asked them nicely to step out of the way they would have done so.

As is typical here some early posters had to air their distorted visions on (Japanese) models. Some pretty vulgar comment too. Fortunately they were neutralized by others! These girls are just doing their jobs. You don't like them? Fine, they will like you even less. The motor show is not a dating service. It's to introduce motor cars. The girls just add a little bit of cachet. Wanna see curvy, fleshy females? This is not the site.

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"These woemen just got in the way. I wanted to see the cars."

That's you. The rest of us want to see the women, ha ha!

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How about we settle this and just have the women ON the cars?

They make good car ornaments, y'know.

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I love Japan!

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what???? Japan has no men for the women to drool over.... damn pathetic

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You guys are funny. I can't count on the well-trained Mr. S-Girl for an honest answer anymore, but I suspect in his natural state, when I'm not watching, he's like you. He'll head to the auto show with his brother to look at the cars AND the girls, and talk to the girls if at all possible. If I ask him he'll say, "Oh no, I hate it when they have the girls standing in front of the cars. It just ruins the view." Sure.

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