Just five Mazzanti Evantra models will be built each year. It carries a 7.0-litre V8 developing 701bhp
The Vencer Sarthe is a hand-built Dutch supercar with an eight-cylinder engine
Evanta builds recreations of old Astons. This is a one-off Barchetta
The GTA Spano is one of 99 example to be built. It features a 900bhp V10 engine
The Roding Roadster features a carbonfibre reinforced plastic chassis and a 320bhp BMW engine
The Savage Rivale is a clever four-door, four-seat convertible coupé
Gregory's Cars has sympathetically modified this Volga Coupe
ISIS, builder of this bespoke RapX-S, has its history in preparing Ferrari and Lotus race cars
This Mercedes 300SL Roadster has received some modern, and not particularly subtle, upgrades
Hamann is one of the best-known BMW tuners, and brought this mirror-finished M6 to the show
This Noble M600 Carbon Sport editon features bare weave
Hamann's take on the Geländewagen certainly has impact
Soleil's Anadi showcase the Top Marques theme of limitless customisation
The Jaguar F-type is among the few high-end series production models
Aston Martin has made the journey to Monaco with this Vanquish and a number of other models
Ferrari 599 is more suited to Monaco's roads during the race weekend
This Mansory-fettled Bentley is one of the firm's less invasively modified models
A version of the Savage Rivale GTR is on show, powered by perfumed E85 ethanol
The BMW M5-engined Wiesmann roadster embodies classic looks with modern power
British firm Twisted brought a pair of their excellent modified Defenders to the show
Devolro is a Toyota Tundra with added off-road ruggedness
This colour scheme does little for the attractiveness of the Wiesmann roadster
iPhone dock is contructed using an exhaust manifold
Bare carbon Koenigsegg drew a crowd
Vintech’s Porsche 550 tribute premiered at last year’s Pebble Beach show
Mansory’s white and black G-class isn’t for shrinking violets
You know it’s not a normal show when a Pagani fails to draw huge crowds
ABT-tuned ABT R8 GTR develops 620bhp, according to the firm
One of the most exclusive motor shows has opened its doors this weekend. The Top Marques Monaco show describes itself as "four days of excessiveness, luxury and sheer pleasure".
The show, which gives an opportunity for Europe’s best – and most infamous – supercar modifying houses to show their wares, alongside the world’s most iconic premium car makers.
At this year's event there are six supercar debuts from the likes of Mansory and MTM, Hamman and ABT.
Aside from luxury and supercars, the well-heeled vistors can browse yachts, helicopters, shoes, handbags and see one of the largest diamonds in the world.
Click the image above to launch Autocar’s Top Marques Monaco 2013 gallery.