Fairs which were attended by EZ Electric Power Steering in 2009
Techno Classica, Essen, April 1-5
The Techno Classica 2009 proved a great success for EZ Electric Power Steering. We received many customers that were interested in our products, private owners, dealers and classic specialists from mainly Germany but also many other countries. All were amazed by the effortless steering of the cars on display. Especially the BMW 503 Cabriolet generated a lot of interest (only 140 cars produced) but the Porsche 911 Targa and Jaguar XK 150 caught many eyes too!
Concours d'élégance Schloss Schwetzingen (D), September 4-6
The 7th International Concours d'élégance in the castle gardens of Schloss Schwetzingen (near Manheim) was delightful this year. Sunday especially was a beautiful sunshiny day with many special cars. EZ Electric Power Steering was present with a beautiful Jaguar XK 140 as a demonstrator car. Thanks to all the people who visited our stand!
Geneva Classics, September 25-27
Geneva Classics 2009 was a special happening for Aston Martin enthusiasts this year. Three examples of the Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato were present (of only 19 in the world) and even an Aston Martin DB1 was on display. We met many existing EZ Electric Power Steering customers, as well as many people interested in the system, not only from Switzerland, yet also visitors from Germany, France and Italy, all having tried the power steering in the cars on display: an Alvis convertible coachbuilt by Graber of Switzerland, and our two Aston Martin DB2/4s, one coupé and one convertible.
Auto Moto Italia, Houten (NL), October 30 & November 1
This was the first time EZ Electric Power Steering took part in the Auto Moto Italia exhibition. It was a very interesting show with plenty of visitors and beautiful (Italian) cars. This year's theme centered around the classic 12 cylinder Ferraris and that is why EZ Power Steering had two of these beautiful cars on display, along with an Alfa Romeo GTA . On Sunday we received a trophy for the nicest commercial stand.