Congratulations to all of the Winners at Meguiar’s MotorEx. Let’s celebrate the House of Kolor Representatives! Nathan Borg swept the prize pool with his Blue Blood painted Datsun 1200 Ute. He took home the coveted Best of Breed Street Machine Champion trophy. He received Gold in Bodywork, Paintwork, Undercarriage & Driveline and Impact & Display. Silver for Interior & Rear Compartment and Overall Impact. He also picked up the Bronze Medal for Engine & Components. Congrats Nathan on an Awesome Weekend.



Dave & Lyn Keen definately made an impact at this years Meguiar’s MotorEx. The Tangelo Holden FJ Coupe took Bronze for the immaculate bodywork.


Rob Zahabi unveiled this immaculate Kustom Mix Black & Silver Chevrolet Nova at Meguiar’s MotorExand took home Silver for Impact & Display. He also Qualified as a Superstar in next year’s MotorEx.


Congrats to Peter & Debbie Miller for their Sunset 1932 Ford Roadster winning Gold for Overall Innovation. Bronze for Undercarriage & Driveline. They also Qualified as a Superstar for Meguiar’s MotorEx 2015


This 1932 Teal Ford Coupe of Chris Langford really turned heads and collected the Bronze Medal for Paintwork. Most importantly it is the 2014 Meguiar’s MotorEx Best of Breed Hot Rod Champion.


John Saad racked up the silverware with his 1972 Galaxy Gray Mazda RX3 winning Gold for Engine & Components. Silver medals for Paintwork and Undercarriage & Driveline and a Bronze for Interior & Rear Compartment. This little beauty also Qualified as a Superstar at Meguiar’s MotorEx 2015. Well done John!