May 16th 2010 - Corona, CA
After five years of throwing the largest Honda meet in California, 2010's annual Eibach meet didn't disappoint. As a matter of fact, most attendees agreed that this year's massive gathering was the best it had ever been. The level of quality has skyrocketed along with the creativity that goes into everything from custom built wheels, to clean enough to eat off of engine bays that show detail and ingenuity in every nook and cranny. Though some of the younger generation seem to be leaning on VW trends for inspiration, many of the cars in attendance focused more on classic styling, high performance suspension, and engine setups. As with every year, the Eibach grounds saw plenty of visitors from other states, including Washington, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Illinois, and New York. Along with the out-of-state journeyman came a group of hardcore enthusiasts from Type K Autosource of Japan, as well as a Del Sol-obsessed individual who made good on his word to travel all the way from Greece.
With the demise of many of the car shows that used to occur from month to month, the modern-day enthusiast looking to show off their handy work these days is much more interested in the growing world of enthusiast-organized meets and events. Get involved, log onto www.nwp4life.com for information on events that may be occurring in your area this year, and don't forget to mark your calendars for May 2011, when Eibach returns.