Year 12 of the annual Eibach Meet and there seems to be no slowing down for the biggest Honda enthusiast gathering this side of the Rocky Mountains. Some 900 modified cars packed the parking lot at Storm Stadium in Lake Elsinore, Calif., for a fourth straight year, eclipsing last year's total and keeping the streak alive of each event being bigger than the last. Remarkably, the Eibach Meet staff parked that sum of vehicles in just over 2.5 hours (for videos of that roll-in process, check out the Honda Tuning Facebook page). An impressive 40 vendors were also on hand to provide still more distraction for the thousands of show attendees.
And to think it all started with a modest little get together of 50 cars in the parking lot of Eibach Springs a dozen years ago in nearby Corona - roots you can read about in an interview we did with event organizers Ryan Hoegner and Matt Rodriguez back in 2014. This year we broke down the massive gathering in parts, with articles about the first time NSX corral and a look at some of the killer engine bays on display at the event to supplement this grand gallery of over 200 images.
And we have additional coverage on deck, too, including some vehicle spotlights and an overview of the wheels - some very rare - on a handful of Honda at the meet. Get your fill now, and then come on back for more!