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Panda Junction 2015: Aberdeen, Maryland

The 2015 edition of Panda Junction was hosted by Tuner Evolution (www.tuner-evolution.com) and Los Goonies (www.losgoonies.com) on Sunday, May 3rd at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, Maryland. Text by Randi Bentia. Photos by KC Image Thousands of enthusiasts attended the annual meet and witnessed a featured area of tuners in the Top 100 showcase, located closest to the stadium, and a vendor area of the local shops that displayed and sold their latest products. For more Panda Juction info, visit www.tuner-evolution.com and www.losgoonies.com. Contributor: KC Image For more Panda Juction info, visit www.tuner-evolution.com and www.losgoonies.com.…

Eurosunday 2014: Lommel, Belgium

Eurosunday is organized by a small group of friends with a common goal in mind - Charity. This year's event took place on May 4, 2014 in Lommel, Belgium. The income from the event was donated to an institution in Belgium (Cliniclowns and Make-A-Wish). "We try to put down quality. Therefor, we work with an entrance selection, so not every car will continue to the show." All brands watercooled and aircooled were welcomed to the Eurosunday event:meeting. The following styles were only accepted: - US- RAT- OEM- OLDIE- STANCED- CLEANED- SPORTS CAR The minimum requirements to enter the show were…

Import Face-Off 2010: Tucson, AZ

Photos by Bobby Wharton Import Face-Off | Tucson, AZ | February 21, 2010 Despite the heavily clouded skies, there was a great turnout for the Tucson, AZ Import Face-Off. The rain drops spared us, and everyone was able to enjoy a great day at the show and shine and track events. Nothing could get in the way of the enthusiastic crowd, most even stayed right to the end of the event after all the trophies were handed out!…

86FEST 2013: Fontana, CA

Written by Tom Stahler (Intro by Jordan Lenssen) The brainchild of Antonio Alvendia and Kevin Tidewell, the roots of 86FEST date back to the 1990s and the AE86. Back then, while most people in the car scene were attending car shows and import drag racing, Alvendia and his friends were competing in SCCA autocross. He owned a front-wheel drive Toyota, but soon noticed the fastest guys had rear-wheel drives, so he hunted down his first AE86 – a 1985 Corolla GT-S hatch with a factory LSD, and let's just say the rest is history. When the 86 platform was announced,…