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Hot Import Nights

DJs, models and candy painted whips littered the space.

Neill Bachand
Dec 5, 2008

Hot Import Nights is back and like old times throwing a club style car show in the Los Angeles Convention Center. DJs, models and candy painted whips littered the space.

While mostly dominated with Japanese cars, it was slim pickings for the Euro scene. We were impressed right off the bat with an Ariel Atom parked at the entrance and the amount of import models signing autographs.

On the main floor, we saw some crazy cambered VIP JDM rides and then spotted a couple of audi wagons, one of which was featured back in et 12/10.

Overall the show was a bit smaller, still had a lot of the same flavor just not quite as crazy as years past. But it is their first year back after a few year hiatus.

By Neill Bachand
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