Late last year, Norm Reeves Honda in Cerritos, Calif., invited us to come out and celebrate the grand opening of its performance parts depot, NRH Performance. Like many parts departments are doing these days, NRH will sell you the gear, fold the expense into a vehicle payment plan if you get the parts for a vehicle purchased at Norm Reeves, and also install everything. Modding your Norm Reeves purchase is now simple one-stop shopping.
Spectators filtered onto the lot of the Norm Reeves Superstore throughout the morning and early afternoon to check out the 60 or so vehicles on display. There was also food, a DJ, a raffle, vendor booths, and awards handed out for the sickest cars.
Among the cars spied was the Spugen S2000, owned by Greg Park and carrying the name of his Whittier exhaust shop. The '02 AP1 took awards for Best S2000 and Best in Show. Also spotted was JP Cao's turbo B18-powered '95 hatch, a recent RodRez find that we hope to bring you in an upcoming issue; Andrew Horn's white EK9 in the Password: JDM booth; and a modest little Civic Ferio sedan with some JDM potential.
Supplementing the show cars was a smattering of manufacturer and pro race vehicles. Both Mackin and Versus presented their respective '06 Si's, while Bisi Ezerioha offered up the Bisimoto Engineering all-motor Insight. Others racers showing included the Limitless Ikon Pro FWD Accord and the Highend Autosports all-motor EG hatch.
For info on upcoming shows, point your browser to www.normreeves.com