Motorama 75

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A poster for the 1975 Motormesseshow.
Bjørn Tømmervik's 1970 Dodge Charger. This was arguably the main attraction amongst the domestically custom cars displayed. Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Kåre Söderholm's 1932 Ford Roadster was brought in from Sweden for the show. Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Photo by Bjug Solstad.
A rear end shot of Lasse Løvseth's 1958 Edsel Pacer Convertible. Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Another Swedish hot rod. Photo by Bjug Solstad.
A custom-painted van from Sweden. Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Photo by Bjug Solstad.
An AMC Hornet movie car from the James Bond movie The Man With the Golden Gun. Photo by Bjug Solstad.
Photo by Bjug Solstad.

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Motorama 75 was an indoor car show held at Nidarøhallen in Trondheim, Norway. Also known as the Motormesseshow, the show was held April 24-27, 1975.


Bjug Solstad attended the show, and in 2018 he told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that the Swedes were ahead of Norway when it came to restyled and customized cars, so there were several Swedish builds displayed at the show. Bjørn Tømmervik's 1970 Dodge Charger was arguably the main attraction amongst the domestically customized cars displayed[1]


Cars Attending

Bjørn Tømmervik's 1970 Dodge Charger
Kåre Söderholm's 1932 Ford Roadster
Lasse Løvseth's 1958 Edsel Pacer Convertible


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