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Nisei Week 2010

The JDM-specific Nisei Week show held in downtown LA is one of the best shows for Japanese car fans. The show is small consisting of a tight knit group of JDM enthusiasts who are reinventing how trends will develop. By definition Nisei Week is a cultural celebration of all of the first generation of Americans of Japanese descent (the Nisei) many of whom are car crazy! Last year we reported that the Nisei Week show was coming to an end at its 10th anniversay. However, The 11th annual actually happened and the show did not disappoint.The pictures speak for themselves…

SEMA 2012: Scion Media Preview

Each year, Scion holds a special media preview a week before SEMA to showcase some of the builds that will be at the SEMA show. With the launch of the Scion FR-S this year, there's already much pre-show hype about the car, and Scion plans to add to that. Three select tuners each were given an FR-S and $15k to build it for the annual Tuner Showdown. This year's competitors were Daniel Song from Los Angeles, John Toca from Chicago, and Chris Basselgia from Pennsylvania. In addition, a handful of top Scion partners were given cars to build that will…

Import vs Domestic by Elite Tuner 2016: Philadelpahia, PA

If you’re looking for a show that’s all about build quality, look no further than Elite Tuner shows. Touching down in Philadelphia, the Sunday “Import vs Domestic” show presented by R/T Tuning was a battle royale between imports and domestic cars, all built to show-stopping levels of modification. Like many Elite Tuner shows, this show attracted an audience from all over, with some competitors even coming from out of the country to showcase their rides. With cash prizes for Best of Show and Best Team Participation, there was no shortage of high-profile competitors or big teams. The Simeone Foundation Automotive…

CES 2015: Las Vegas, NV

BACK TO THE FUTURE. The Consumer Electronics Show was a shock to the system. Yes, there were crazy, new innovations shown that might make your life easier and sound better, but I’m talking about the sheer enormity of this place. I have been fortunate enough to do both of the biggest trade shows in the world, in one year. After SEMA, I was under the impression that I was the king of the Las Vegas Convention Center. I’m also a huge nerd, so these were my people. I walked into Central Hall thinking, ‘Let me at ’em! I’ve conquered SEMA…