First Hawaiian International Auto Show caters to consumers
By Erika Engle
March 13, 2014
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM Richard Johnson sits in his 1954 Kaiser Darrin as he made last-minute preparations for the First Hawaiian International Auto Show beginning Friday. The Darrin is the first fiberglass car and the 104th of 435 made.
COURTESY ERIC ROSSO Kia’s new luxury sedan, the 2015 K900, was loaded onto a Pacific Air Cargo Boeing 747 in Los Angeles on Monday for shipment to Honolulu for the First Hawaiian International Auto Show this weekend.