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Car Porn at the 2013 St. Louis Auto Show 

The 2013 St. Louis Auto Show was held at the America's Center and Edward Jones Dome, from January 24 to 27, 2013. Photos by Jason Stoff for the Riverfront Times.
Scissor doors scream "You can't afford me!"
All of Fiat's sales reps were dressed head-to-toe in red, and were impossible to miss.
Bentley in red... (Read this in the tune of "Lady in Red.")
Dodge's featured model.
Bentley's Continental looks classy, and looks like it could beat your ass. So, well done, Bentley.
St. Louis Motorsports also brought along pretty ladies, presumably to help sell the cars.
The Maserati Granturismo. Curves a-plenty.
"What kind of car is that?" "That, ma'am, is a Lamborghini."
Few cars actually "work" in orange. But man, Lamborghinis look great in it.
Lamborghini styling. Just wonderful.
The name is Aston Martin, pleased to meet you.
Maserati in black. They say you shouldn't buy pretty cars in black, but this looks pretty great anyway.
Entering the Edward Jones Dome, visitors were greeted with more exotic cars - like this Shelby cobra Mustang GT500.
St. Louis Motorsports provided most of the exotic cars, including this Aston Martin.
Chysler's model, and its car.
A Shelby cobra Mustang's badging is both iconic and awesome.
Distinctive Mustang tail lights.
The curves on a Viper SRT? To die for.
The Dodge Viper - always a crowd pleaser.
Details on a Bentley's wheel-well show how high-quality the car is overall.
If you're gonna go for a four-door car, why not get the four-door Rolls Royce with suicide doors?
While there was no next-generation C7 Corvette on display, the ZR1 still made quite an impression on the show floor.
The Rolls Royce styling - a stainless steel hood - makes sure you know it's luxury. Because it's gotta be so damn inconvenient.
Attendees, examining Ford's ecoBoost engine display.
St. Louis Auto show merch.
Taillights on the Aston Martin.
All manner of vehicles were on display, from standard coupes to stock cars.
Despite not being roped off, the Dodge Challenger had some muscle hidden under the hood.
One of the many nearly 100-year-old cars on display.
One of the many nearly 100-year-old cars on display.
One of the many nearly 100-year-old cars on display.
One of the many nearly 100-year-old cars on display.
One of the many nearly 100-year-old cars on display.
Various manufacturers (and dealers) had spokeswomen touting the many advantages of the various SUVs they were peddling.
Corvette Club oldies.
Corvette Club muscle.
Ford set up an ecoBoost driving simulator, so even younger attendees could get some time behind the wheel.
Attendees, examining Ford's ecoBoost engine display.
The crowd surrounding the exotic cars in the Edward Jones Dome.
Attendees young and old all admired the exotic cars.
Vaughn Griffin Jr. (center), drifting champion, signing autographs.
And in contrast to the exotic pieces of foreign machinery in the Dome, Kia brought something they called a "Cyborg Forte" to the show.
Kia wasn't left out in the "bring a driving sim to the auto show" club.
The 2013 St. Louis Auto Show, at America's Center in Downtown St. Louis.
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Scissor doors scream "You can't afford me!"
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