This was my first EAF show. I was expecting it to be three times the size of the HIN (Hot Import Nights) show since it was imports, hot rods, euros, trucks, and lowriders. I guess the BS from cops in San Diego are continuing to drive people away. Even at this show, undercover cops were checking VINs and all that, I heard they even towed a couple of cars after the show. That’s just plain ridiculous. The show itself was pretty much what you’d expect: djs, stages, dancing, drifting, models, and cars. I was pretty tired before and after the show. Too much stuff going on at the moment. I took some pictures, not as much as I was expecting, but enough to show you the experience of the show because I knew I’d have to edit everything last night. then upload and post everything today due to my absence for the next two weeks. I’ll be sure to bring plenty of awesome stuff upon my return. For now, enjoy the show.
I really like Impala, preferably 67s, so I guess I was a little bias on the lowriders section. I like old school American cars as it is, but there were too many things going on most of the cars for my taste.
Digging the red lugs.
R Technique’s Red Evolution
This car had a lot of little things that I liked, such as the custom badging and the mirrored engine bay.
Nicely themed BMW with a solid build.
Colors of “Mike and Ikes” according to fullcoupe. XD
Pann Auto and Cartune rolled pretty deep at this show. Plenty of quality cars from what I could tell.
Old, old Honda Civic here. Pretty awesome to still see one of these still around and even more so in such good condition.
This car reminds me of Forza or Gran Turismo.
No idea what this is.
green4door’s Civic rolling on the gold wheels again and repping the site with the OG timscribbles sticker. ^^d
After the show.