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New Year’s Resolution - Initial Timing

Charles Trieu
Feb 22, 2012

It’s that time of the year to make some changes for the better. What are you going do? Buy that project car you’ve longed for? Build the current project that you’ve neglected? Or start hitting the show or race circuit with what you’ve been working on for so long?

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Myself, I’m going to try to consolidate all my projects into one car that I can actually drive daily. What that will be, I have no idea yet. But right now I’ve got three cars and a house full of parts for many other cars that I’ve been planning to build. It’s just ridiculous if you can imagine my driveway and garage.

As for your favorite automotive magazine, Import Tuner is going to up the standards for cars, tech, and girls. We’ll be taking a different approach from what you’ve typically seen from us and throughout the year you should be seeing changes take place. We’ll have more race cars, more show cars, more old schools, more street cars, and more girls. Changes won’t just be in the printed side of our brand either. Right now we’re working on revamping our website. There’s a lot we plan on doing so it’s going to take some time, but stay tuned for changes in the magazine and online.

In the meantime, this month enjoy the race EVO or race Civic, the show G35, the street WRX, or the old-school Celica. And if Ela Pasion isn’t enough hotness for you then you’ll surely find something in the 2012 Import Tuner Calendar, which comes with every newsstand version of this issue. Sorry subscribers, for the $1.50 an issue you pay, we’re not allowed to ship the calendar too. You’ll have to run out and get it at a newsstand. And trust me, you’ll want it all year if you miss out now.

Charles Trieu
Editor-in-Chief
charles.trieu@sorc.com

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