Photos provided by Chris Brake Photography
Cruise 4 Kids participated in the 2015 San Diego Auto Show on December 31, 2015 - January 3rd, 2016. C4K had a booth in the "Exotic Vault" and invited 9 rally participants to showcase their cars. Big thank you to Brent Wilsey (2014 Lamborghini Aventador), Maurice Rizzuto (2009 Lamborghini Murcielago), Dr. Marty Fallor (2006 Rolls Royce Phantom), Thomas Sparrvik (2014 Bentley Mulsanne & 2010 Bentley Continental GTC Convertible), Enrico Del Mar with Modern Image(2015 Ferrari 458 Spyder) and James Wie with ACG Automotive(2015 Ferrari 458 Spyder) for donating their cars. Another special thanks to Robert Grubbs with Grubbs Photography for donating the photo of the gold wrapped Lamborghini and Kyle Isbell with KI Studios for designing the poster and donating the print.
We had a great time meeting parents and their children as we passed out free posters and checkered flags. Parents thanked C4K for putting smiles on their children's faces and asked what C4K was all about. We were overwhelmed with the positive feedback as many signed up for C4K email updates for upcoming events.
C4k had the pleasure of being next to Al Dimora of Dimora Motorcar who displayed his Vicci 6.2 Emperor Convertible. It was such an amazing car we had to give it's own spotlight... Enjoy!
DiMora Motorcar exhibited one of the stylish, limited-edition DiMora Vicci 6.2 Emperor Convertibles at the San Diego International Auto Show Exotics Vault. The distinctive 430-horse power rolling art on wheels is the result of a unique joint collaboration between automotive designer Sir Alfred J. DiMora and equally influential Totemic Energy Artist Master Lee Sun-Don of Taiwan.
“I love cars and I love art, so I set out to collaborate with world renowned artists to create the first true limited-edition production rolling art. Each artist that I am working with is hand-picked by me,” said DiMora.
Upon purchase of each DiMora Vicci 6.2 Emperor Convertible, the buyer also receives the original one-of-a-kind painting by Zen Master Lee. Each large-scale painting in the Great Treasure Gate series pays artistic homage to the rare door knockers created during the Ming Dynasty (1368 to 1644) by incorporating an actual Ming Dynasty doorknocker into the painting. From that, the skilled artisans at DiMora Motorcar invest no less than 750 man-hours to reproduce the artwork onto the hood and side panels of the car, right down to hand laying 24-karat gold leaf as a final step. The Vicci 6.2 Emperor Convertible retails for $1,200,000.
(Above) Al Dimora showing off his Vicci 6.2 Emperor Convertible to Alley Wagner of KUSI Ch9 News