Reader Rides: Gregory M Wansha Sr

Owner: Gregory M Wansha Sr

Location: Rochester NY

Vehicle: 09 Honda Fit

Cat Club Affiliation: None (looking, email me This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

What Events have you competed in?

None yet

Reader Rides: Gregory M Wansha Sr Reader Rides: Gregory M Wansha Sr

What will be your next performance modification/upgrade?

Carbon fiber hood, brakes, APEXi afc neo, custom sub box

“All Show’, “All Go” or Both, Why?

A lil bit of both

Any Shout Outs?

First and foremost GOD, My loving and understanding wife, Adam P Other friends and family

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