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January 2014 Initial Timing - Happy Holidays

Charles Trieu
Dec 30, 2013

From everyone here at Import Tuner magazine we want to wish all of our readers a happy holiday and a great new year. This year we've had the chance to go from Formula D in Long Beach to the top of Pikes Peak, covering the best of the country's racing. We've built tons of project cars in our Build Log and even a high mpg Civic VX and taken it on a 2,500-mile trip with the Falken Tire team. Not to mention we've brought some of the sickest cars, models, and photography from the aftermarket industry.

Well, we just wanted to take a minute and reflect on the fabulous year that we had. We hope you guys enjoyed the ride along the way in 2013. Judging from our tremendous following on Instagram and Facebook, I'd say you guys are loving it.

Whatever your plans are for the new year we hope you continue on with the project you're building or hoping to build. May you have the best of luck with that new rebuild, tear down, or track day. For us, we're planning on big changes for 2014. I can't tell you everything just yet, but just keep following us. We'll be your tunnel into the aftermarket automotive culture, and we will overfeed you with car entertainment until the next issue.

Thank you for reading in 2013 and stay tuned for 2014. We're going into Sixth gear with no redline. Big changes ahead. I might even start on my '83 Corolla hardtop project.

Feel free to give us your input,

Charles Trieu
Editor for feature cars
models@importtuner.comfor aspiring models

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