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Artist Tonia Cowan's unique perspective on the Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto

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A family checks out the Dodge Challenger.

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All of the 375 McLaren P1 cars are to be produced worldwide have been spoken for. But, if you could get one in Canada, you'd pay $1.19-million (U.S.)

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An ArmorAll representative lets a contest winner choose a prize.

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1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible gets a quick shine

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Robert Bradburn shows off his 1928 Ford.

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Crowded Sunday at the auto show in Toronto.

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Overcrowding in the food court has patrons dining on the floor .

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Patrons check out one of the many displays at the Canadian International AutoShow, which runs until Sunday, February 23.

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