2020 Import Face-Off: St Louis - Jesus Reyes' S2000 Wins Awards

It’s always good times when we see the competitors of our Tuner Battlegrounds competition post updates of their builds on social. And in this case, we’re talking about our 2017 Champion, Jesus Reyes - aka Reyes - and his 2001 Honda S2000. Over the weekend, we saw the S2000 sitting in the Stylin Industries booth at Import Face-Off at Worldwide Technology Raceway in Madison, IL, which won more awards at this year’s event - Best Engine Bay and Best Other Honda for the S2000 - and he also stole the show with his Chevrolet Silverado, winning Best Domestic Truck! For more Import Face-Off information, visit www.importfaceoff.net.

Photography by Nathan Porter (@nathanbporterphoto)

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