Reader Rides: Alex Boddis

Owner: Alex Boddis 
Location:
Toronto , ont
Vehicle:
2008 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS
Car Club Affiliation:
Toronto Tuner Syndicate  
What Events have you competed in?

2011 Performance World Car Show , C7 spring tour, 2011 CSCS Season opener, and Wastegate Car Show  
What will be your next performance modification/upgrade?
Next upgrades will be front and back  carbon fiber pillars , carbon fiber crown meter cover , carbon fiber ac panel cover , engine mounts, and a  header for now

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“All Show’, “All Go” or Both, Why?
Well gonna go mostly show for now with a little go   
Any Shout Outs?

Like to thank TTS for making a newbie feel right at home, Nextmod, Motorcity Mitsubishi, GT custom exhaust, Graphiti and all our other sponsors, Thank you

Reader Rides: Alex Boddis

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