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Scene: 2011 Import Alliance Spring Meet - Event

In A Word: Epic

Kyle McManus
Jul 29, 2011

Last summer I covered what I thought was one of the most epic car meets on the East Coast—last year’s Import Alliance. I was so terribly wrong for thinking that. This year, Import Alliance’s Spring Meet was far beyond what I thought was a good show in my mind. Imagine a parking deck with eight stories of intertwined levels, each having different sections to them, not to mention EVERY single spot was taken. We might not be on the same level that Cali is, but that hasn’t stopped our scene from literally exploding over the past couple of years. With the Euro crowd representing the best “Flushed/Stanced” category, there were also a couple other cars that caught my eye: a VIP-styled Lexus GS300 with a 650hp 2JZ swap, and a gold EG Civic with so much camber, you’d have thought it was a VIP car. The best part wasn’t the turbo LS with the exhaust sticking out of the bumper, but the tall blonde who owns it. With the summer Import Alliance meet just around the corner, I can’t wait to see if any word will be able to come close to topping “epic”. It’ll be in Hotlanta, so who knows…

Source: importalliance.org

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