Event: AutoCon 2011 v.2

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A little late, but it’s time for round 2 of AutoCon coverage.  Let’s kick it off with this shot of Big Mike’s Prelude.   The front fascia is now equipped with a molded Chargespeed lip.  It looks a bit more aggressive than his previous setup, especially without the bumper lights; I really like it.  The newly coated black Volks add to the upgraded look.  Click past the break to see more of the show!

 

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A few up close shots of some changes to the Prelude.

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Supra and NSX from It’s JDM Yo!

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Menacing looking FD with a clean engine bay.  I’m not sure what wheels those are though…

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Track ready 4 door on Volk SL’s.

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Not track ready, but cruise ready, Y34 Cedric.  Y34 was the tenth generation, and from what I read on forms, there seems to be a lot of confusion between the Y chassis names.

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Car Tuned Suzuka Blue S2000.  Aside from the roll call on the front fender, this was one of my favorite cars at the show.  I love that front bumper and engine setup.  I’ve always disliked Enkei’s RPF1 center caps though…

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New WRX

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350Z from Culture Club – karma karma karma karma karma chameleon.  You come and go, you come and go.  Get it?

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No 1980′s British Rock, New Romantic Movement, Boy George song reference for this 350.  Shit was low though…

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…told you.

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S2000 on teal BBS.

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Pretty good looking TSX.  I think they should paint match the front lip.

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Pretty green looking S2000 with a huge blotch of sun all over the front.

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EVO X with Tomei goodies.  I wonder if Allen knows anything of this build?  OK, I just tried to go to Tomei Powered’s blog which Allen runs, and it’s saying it’s a reported mal-ware page.  Strange?

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There was a nice selection of VIP rides sprinkled around the show.  It’s becoming a very popular style in the US.

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Mexican Celica.

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Carbon fronted EVO from Ar-kan.

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Amuse kitted 370

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What appears to be a stock iSF.  Photo worthy in and of itself.

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I’ll wrap up this post with this flawless K-swapped bay.  I don’t know the owner personally, but I think his name is David.  It’s usually parked near the Chronicles booth at shows.  I like the steel chrome colored valve cover a lot.  I think I have enough photos for one more post from Auto Connection 2011; if not, you can count on some Nismo Festival shots later tonight.  Thanks for visiting.

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