Saturday was beautiful, not only because of the host of exotic and classic cars, and not only because of the weather. Dallas Cars and Cantina, a monthly Saturday morning car show, had the opportunity to partner with the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network to raise awareness about the disease. PANCAN posted up next to a Midnight Purple R33 Nissan Skyline GT-R, since Purple is PANCAN’s livery of choice, and volunteers wore it to represent the fight against the toughest known form of cancer.

We were on site at the Lava Cantina in Colony. Going to car shows is one of our favorite things to do. Not only do we get to experience the automotive art for ourselves, we often have the opportunity to meet our customers there and install their new tires, providing a demonstration of how quick and convenient the process is. 

Let’s take a look at some of the gorgeous cars whose owners came out to show their support.

The R33 Skyline is a rare sight here in America, as very few of them are even legal to import yet. This Spec V just underwent a two-year restoration, including extensive tuning, fresh paint, and carbon fiber aero everywhere. Follow its owner at

This Challenger Hellcat widebody isn’t actually purple. The color is called Passion Red Metallic, but we think it fits right in with its custom tint and 707 horsepower. See more of it at

You know how to tell the difference between a V8 and V12 Aston Martin DB11? Count the hood vents. This little orange beastie has four hood vents. That, ladies and gentlemen, is a genuine V12. V8s only have two. 

📸 : Taiki Photography

There was a time when all Lamborghinis had butterfly doors and gated manual shifters. It was a good era. Here’s a Murcielago in Blu Hera Metallic from that era.

The Mitsubishi 3000 GT was a technological marvel for its day, featuring all-wheel-steering, adaptive suspension, and even active aero. Unfortunately, most examples that came to America, either as the 3000 GT or the Dodge Stealth, were front-wheel-drive, so the car was often overlooked and eventually dismissed as an oddity. However, this is a rare VR4 model, featuring all-wheel-drive, and from the looks of that intercooler, it features some heavy boost, as well.

The Acura NSX, known to the rest of the world as the Honda NSX, might just be the most reliable supercar ever made. The solid Honda V6 engine never broke 300 horsepower in stock form, but the car is universally praised for its lightness and responsive handling. Formula One world champion Ayrton Senna was driving for Honda during the NSX’s development, and even had a hand in tuning the car’s driving dynamics. The NSX was revived in 2016 as an automatic, all-wheel-drive hybrid, but most consider it a completely different experience.

These are just a few of the dozens of amazing machines at Cars and Cantina. Check out their Facebook page, Cars and Cantina, to see more great photos. We'll see you next month, on Dec. 7th, if you're in Dallas, TX, and love cars.

Learn more again the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network at

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