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Tuner Showcase 2015: Vancouver, BC

The first annual Tuner Showcase, co-located with the Vancouver International Auto Show (VIAS) at the award-winning, green-designed and state-of-the-art Vancouver Convention Centre on the waterfront in beautiful downtown Vancouver, British Columbia on Mar 24th-29th, was facilitated by Josh Chow of Drive Marketing Group. Photos by Monique Song & Takuya Photography / Drive Marketing Group This medley of trendsetting street cars, highly modified super cars and tuned motorsport cars not only struck curiosity (and education) to the average consumer/attendee, but also the interest of the hobbyists in aftermarket and modified culture. If you're going to do something for the first time…

Extreme Dimensions Open House 2013: Fullerton, CA

With all the social media hype surrounding the Extreme Dimensions Open House / Car Show, the event definitely brought the heat with temperatures hitting a high of 96 degrees. Extreme Dimensions’ 7th annual Open House wanted to give the industry a real car show this time around offering free admission and 20 categories being awarded separate trophies. Before the show began, the main lot was filled to capacity and by the time DJ Goz started to provide the entertainment, all three overflow lots were quickly filled up. Vendors of all sorts came out and donated product for the traditional raffle…

Toyotafest 2013: Long Beach, California

With T.O.R.C. throwing their 18th annual event and a reputation for great rides, ToyotaFest is always a must see. The setting was perfect for photos as the event took place at the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California. Being the "Biggest Toyota Family Reunion," we expected to see all types from the classic AE86 to the new and highly popular, Scion FR-S. The Toyota Family came out in full force, from stance to VIP. Text by Eric Lopez. Photography by Jordan Adkins…

Tokyo Auto Salon: Japan

As I head into my 40’s, I’m reminded that not only does perspective matter but also experience. This will be my 12th year covering the Tokyo Auto Salon (and the third with PASMAG) and I’m happy to say it never gets boring, regardless of age. Sure, I’m a little wearier than I used to be but there’s a clean and pure energy to the biggest automotive show on the planet that hits you like a spirit bomb when you trudge down the cold corridors of the entrance and emerge within the frenzied and buzzing halls beneath. It’s impossible not to…