Eibach, the one event that never ceases to impresses every year, has pasted this weekend. You want pictures, I got them. About 100 of them. I headed up there around 6:30AM and arrived at 8AM or so and of course, the spot was lined with hundreds of cars already from every direction. They closed off many of the nearby businesses so people could not park anywhere near the show. I heard some people saying the “police presence” was to keep thieves away, but cops were no where near the cars where everyone had to park. They just sat right out front of the show where hundreds of people were walking by and no one would dare steal anything anyways. Anyways, as every Eibach, you walked around for a few hours and get bored and leave around 1PM-3PM. Not that it isn’t a great show, its that you’ve seen it all and just don’t find a point of staying anything beyond that. Clearly I’m not the only since I saw half of the cars roll out around 1PM. I got most of the shots before most left, enjoy the coverage.
Team Shopow rolling in.
The green4door happened to make again this year.
At first when I saw this, I was thinking, “Oh a Lotus, that’s cool”, then he goes and shows why it was even here…
Inline 4 busted out their tracked out Civic hatch.
I’m sure everyone walking around witnessed the RC drift car mayhem.
This Civic drew a lot of attention due to this ridiculous wheels setup.
Random crowd of bikers rolled through. I think they stayed for the show since I saw a couple of bikes parked outside. Some nice bikes too; couple of Ducati’s.
Rear mount CRX.
People are always gawking at people with a camera as if they weren’t expecting you to be taking a picture or something. Obviously I’m sitting here waiting for the crowd to clear and some walks through and notices me, then leaps across as if he’s gonna dodge my shot or something. Lolz.
I’m going to leave it at that for today, otherwise, people would be sitting here forever waiting for stuff to load up as if its not bad enough. I’ll have the rest up tomorrow.