Who needs the L.A. Auto Show or SEMA when you can have the 2010 Central California Auto Show presented by Motor Trend? If you like built Mustangs and insane tuner cars go to SEMA. But if you want to see the 2010 Chrysler Town and Country minivan complete with dual rear view mirrors (one for traffic and one for the little booger eaters in the back seat) then come to the show in Fresno. If you like half naked models draped over chrome 27 inch wheels go to SEMA. However, if you want to go to a car show where there are almost no women but Chevrolet hired a magician to explain how the Chevy Volt works, come to the show in Fresno. But the piece de resistance at the Fresno show was the Ford Fiestas that they let anyone with a fake ID beat on, I mean, test drive. The Fiestas were the European spec cars and zipped around downtown Fresno pretty well. They handled good enough to easily slalom around homeless people’s shopping cars the brakes seemed adequate when a crack crazed prostitute suddenly stepped into the street. The American version of the car is slated for 2011.