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Held at St. Joseph Vietnamese Catholic Church, Wrong Fitment Crew and Eurowise hosted round 2 of their annual meet. ISO and CCI also brought out their crews. People from all over the east coast (some even drove down the night before and got a hotel) cruised down for the meet. We even heard that a couple of 350z’s that cruised down together wrecked on their way. One lost control in the cold/rainy conditions and hit the other cruising at about 70mph. Luckily they are all okay, but one Z was totaled.

I got lucky this time and the meet was only 20 minutes away so I went with a buddy. We got there an hour early at 8:30am and there were already 100 cars there! Shortly after getting there, loud music, dragons and fireworks came out of nowhere. It was the day before the Chinese New Year, and the year of the Dragon. They even had a huge tent setup with tons of Viet food (PHO!), karaoke, and even Krispy Kreme. 🙂

Of course, there were tons of cars. I’d guess 1,000 throughout the day. So many people that the lot was full and there was a line to get in. People lined up and down the streets and filled the parking lot of a nearby high school. The school was basically another meet! They even had a school bus carpool everyone back and forth the whole day. We saw everything from twin turbo Porches, swapped/boosted/stanced VW’s, track ready bimmers, matching black NSX’s, about every kind of work wheel you could imagine with stupid crazy sizes/offsets, oh and of course the Umbrella “Zombie response vehicle” (Wide body Scion TC Zombie killer with foot long spikes coming out of the front bumper). Needless to say, there was everything, and this video doesn’t even capture half of it.

We had a ton of fun, even though it was by far the coldest meet I’ve ever been to. Super windy and probably 30-40 degrees the whole time with zero sunlight. Lots of people turned their cars on and got in them just to warm up!

Hope you like the video, be sure to make it out next year if you are nearby and didn’t make it. Hoping to see some more Prelude love next time. Later!

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