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We're still not finished with our posts from Frankfurt, but thought we would end this weekend with a collection of our most random, funny and cool shots from the show floor. We call it the Huffenpuff Edition, named after Frankfurt's central train station, or Hauptbahnhof in German, past which we rode on our way to the show every day and whose name we could never pronounce.

We've got a nice sized gallery chock full of the back of Bob Lutz's head, a pewter Lexus LS460, the world's biggest Fiat 500, a Mercedes CLS Wagon, smart car rollerskates, and more. Check out all the Huffenpuff Edition pics in our gallery below, complete with captions to help explain the insanity.

  • The world's largest Fiat 500. Don't get too close, we were told.
  • Overheard: "Damn, those smart cars are small."
  • Orange you glad they make tinted tires now?
  • We sat behind Bob Lutz at the GM presser and resisted strong urges to scream "Down in front!"
  • Seen at the Lexus display: an LS460 made out of pewter.
  • The Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof, affectionally dubbed the Huffenpuff by Autobloggers.
  • Whaaa??? This is why Mercedes-Benz doesn't make a CLS Wagon.
  • Very cool Segway video rig at the GM press conference.
  • Dodge + Fantastic Four = Really bad product placement
  • The biggest balls in all of Frankfurt.
  • Introducing designer seats.
  • 4/5 of the Autoblog crew: (nearest to furthest) Jonathon Ramsey, John Neff, Damon Lavrinc, Alberto Ballestin (Autoblog Spanish), and Frank Filipponio behind the camera.

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