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North Bay Charity Car Show Brought to you by OK Tire

The fifth OK Tire Charity Car & Bike show invaded North Bay for their drive to raise money and food for the local food bank. It was a beautiful sunny day for all competitors and car enthusiasts. With over 150 Competitors, showcased were great vehicles from Timmins, Quebec, Toronto and the North Bay region. Spectators were in for a treat with over 40 different classes and 5 different categories.  Each vehicle class saw an increase in competition along with an increase in the stereo competition. If you had a preference amongst vehicles – Classic or Muscle, Import or Domestic, Truck…

College Park Tuning Spring Meet for Charity

College Park Tuning Spring Meet for Charity – April 21 (Bowie, MD.)…

Subie Festival 2014: Mirabel, QC

Written by Jeremy Alan Glover | Photos by Jeremy Alan Glover Due to amount of cars that showed up at the 2013 event, the annual Subie Festival hosted by Lachute Performance, took place at Circuit Icar for 2014. Hosting the event at a race track had its advantages. This year, the event organizers didn't have to worry about running out of room for attending/displayed cars. Also,they were able to offer drag racing, time attack and even lapping for the participants of the event. The morning of the event, I woke up early in order to get to the track before…

SPOCOM 2014: Richmond, CA

On Saturday, May 10, 2014, SPOCOM amazed attendees with "The Ultimate Consumer & Trade Show" at The Craneway Pavilion in Richmond, CA. The team at SPOCOM HQ in Southern California (Rommel, Paul and Tricia), once again, worked with their northern counterpart, Cary Inayoshi in San Jose, for attendees to witness over 300 customized cars, trucks and bikes competing for one of the most prestigious trophies - the SPOCOM "spear". The nation's hottest industry models at the Model Lounge and in the sexy bikini contest gave the show-goers an excuse to keep their cameras at the ready (and at full zoom).…