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Import Face-Off 2011: Jacksonville, FL

Cesar Olin from Jacksonville, FL scored a miraculous win in the FWD class running a 9.751 @ 149.68 mph in his Purple Honda Civic over former points leader Michael Yonke from Dunedin, FL in his ‘94 Honda Civic who only ran 13.845 @ 74.37 mph due to mechanical problems. It was a miracle win for Cesar, not because of his quarter-mile times which are very competitive, but because he barely even made it to the track in the first place. An important reminder for anyone hauling a race car: USE TOW STRAPS, don’t rely on just the winch cable. Cesar’s…

Import Face-Off 2013: Crofton, MD

Photos by Cliff Wallace for Import Face-Off RESULTS FROM CROFTON, MARYLAND MARCH 17, 2013 CAR SHOW WINNERS Best Civic 2nd - M., Junior Best Civic 1st - Staples, Linzy Best Acura 1st - Seymour, Jack - Integra Best Mitsubishi - Aquino, Mark - Evo Best Nissan - Cox, Jeremy - 370Z Best Toyota - Moore, Terrell - Celica Best Scion 2nd - Carmen, Mike - xB Best Scion 1st - Tu, Viet - xB Best Mazda - Parker, Adam Best Subaru 1st - Within, Alex - Legacy GT Best Other Import - John, Steve - Hyundai Genesis Best Domestic Sports…

Lone Star Throwdown: Conroe, TX

2017 marked the 6th Anniversary for Lone Star Throwdown (LST), a show that started with humble beginnings by the two creators, Todd “Radar” Hendrex and Lonnie Ford in 2012. Presented by Power Stroke Enginuities (PSE) and taking place in the city of Conroe, not only does this show draw a huge amount of vehicles from the state of Texas where it’s held, but from all over the United States, Mexico and even Canada. Most attendees post pictures and videos of their “LST Crunch” getting their trucks or cars ready, and then of the actual journey. Not too many shows out…

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…