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UPCOMING EVENTS

illest store meet

We had a small gathering last night that turned into a pretty sizable meet. Cars were driving all over Little Tokyo to check things out and park close to the illest store. A number of spots were secured outside of the store which made for some really cool snaps as the sun set over the city. I think these kinds of meets are the coolest.







3 Responses to illest store meet

  1. some really good coverage also on my friend Tatsuya’s blog http://madfix81.exblog.jp/16646606/

  2. Stephen L

    I hope one day my 2002 Rex will look like this!

  3. Oleg Lozovoy

    FD and GDBs are the most stunning!

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