Man I never hear remixes of Ellie Goulding's Lights on car videos, original choice
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Last edited by Bsaint; 10-12-2012 at 01:59 PM.
Oh the irony.
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do you have a pic of you car I took a lot of footage I might have taken some video of it. Never know.
The show itself is still VW/Audi however a lot of venders are putting other makes and models in their booths as the whole scene has shifted to almost all makes and models.
In some aspects it's made the show more exciting, I mean once you've seen one gti on RS's you've seen 50% of the cars there. The different makes, models have made everyone step up their car game. Obviously there has been a downside, a lot of P.O.S cars ruining spots and attracting a lot more unnecessary attention, but one of those things you can never control.
Last edited by Bsaint; 10-08-2012 at 04:48 PM.
But so glad I did, it still is one of the most fun events all year,
lol It's the car lounge, it's typical.
But ignorant is a polite way of putting it.
I liked it. Recognized many cars from different forums I'm on.
I actually have a friend who said he's getting "out of the scene" after going this year. Said it's all the same stuff and too many haters. I've never been, looks like fun to me.
It's almost not even about the cars, I didn't even bring my car this year because I flew up from 1,000 miles away...
Hanging out with friends having a few drinks, eating some MD style blue crab, and driving up and down the street with car enthusiasts from all over is really what makes this event fun. The fact that everywhere you look is something different, and it's pretty much an all week event makes it even better.
Yeah what the hell is up with all this "same stuff every year sh!t"? I know it might sound crazy but these cars that were manufactured, didn't come with a "evolution button"...They pretty much stay the same most of their life. We go to hangout and have a good time and maybe buy some parts from one another. It's not god damn SEMA
I went for the first time last year (at the age of 41). Was in the area for work and had the weekend
off, figured WTF. I enjoyed it, most of the cars weren't anything I am into, but the sheer volume of
modified vehicles driving made for an interesting experience. By far the biggest show/city take over
I've been too.