Reader Rides: Jose Antonio Chong

Owner: Jose Antonio Chong

Location: Baltimore, MD

Vehicle: 1993 VW Cabriolet  (“La Bety”)

Car Club Affiliation: Harm City Dubs

What Events have you competed in?

VAG Fair 2009, Cult Classic 2010, VAG Fair 2010 – 1st Place, MK1 Madness 2010, Waterfest 16 – 2nd Place, Dubs On The Board 2010 – 2nd Place, H20i 2010 and Cult Classic 2011.

What will be your next performance modification/upgrade?

Maybe a small turbo

“All Show”, “All Go” or Both, Why?

Both, the car has proved to be a reliable daily-show car

Any Shout Outs?

Harm City Dubs

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