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Event 

Title:
Honda-Fetish Spring Meet
When:
16.03.2014
Where:
Grand Prairie, TX
Category:
Meet

Description

Honda-Fetish Spring Meet
• Information•
- Starts at: 12:00pm
- Car Show Registration: 10:00am – 1:00pm
- Spectators: $10 (ages 10 & under free)
- Car Show: $20 (includes driver entry)

• Car Show Classes•
BEST CRX
BEST DEL SOL
BEST CIVIC [91 AND OLDER]
BEST CIVIC [92-95]
BEST CIVIC [96-00]
BEST CIVIC [01-05]
BEST CIVIC [2006 & NEWER]
BEST ACCORD [93 AND OLDER]
BEST ACCORD [94-97]
BEST ACCORD [98-02]
BEST ACCORD [03-07]
BEST ACCORD [08 & NEWER]
BEST INTEGRA [93 AND OLDER]
BEST INTEGRA [94-01]
BEST RSX
BEST TL
BEST TSX
BEST NSX
BEST PRELUDE [92-96]
BEST PRELUDE [97-01]
BEST S2000
BEST FIT
BEST CRZ
BEST RUCKUS

 

If you plan on entering the car show, please show up at 10AM. Registration will end at 1PM and you must be present to win.

Judging will begin at 12pm. If you want to be considered for any of these awards, you must not move your vehicle before the awards ceremony. Please leave the vehicle's interior, engine, trunk, etc. open and accessible for judging purposes.

• • Judging Rules• •

Your vehicle MUST stay parked until after the awards presentation. If you move before then, you are subject to disqualification. Do not remove any papers, stickers or markings from your vehicle that may be needed for the judging process. This could result in improper judging of your vehicle or disqualification. Do not bother the judges while they are judging your vehicle. Please park where the parking attendants tell you to park. Doing so will help reduce the waits in line and the problem of over-crowding or running out of space. This is such a huge event that there is no time for delays or interruptions.

RSVP: Facebook

 

More info at www.honda-fetish.com.

Venue

Map
Venue:
Lone Star Park
Street:
1000 Lone Star Parkway
ZIP:
75050
City:
Grand Prairie, TX
State:
TX
Country:
Country: us

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