Thursday, March 15, 2012

Team LoveHATE x HIN Pomona. Doing Work!!!

Article by Jazel Gonzalez. Photography by Munpreet Randhawa

The day started at 2AM.  We woke up, cooked breakfast, threw on our gear and headed for a quick 500 mile drive to LA for the big show.

3AM: We rolled out of Sacramento and headed to our destination. Hot Import Nights Pomona Fairplex. We were very excited to be displaying where it all began.

7AM: We hit the Grapevine in four hours and another two till we arrived at our hotel in West Covina and dropped off our stuff.

10AM: We left from there we hopped back on the10 E San Bernardino drove a couple exits away and rolled in to get staged and check out all the SoCal whips.
I love that year... and below, Lee Ho's banger!!!
12PM: Once we passed the inspection we were given our passes and our cars were separated as we rolled into the venue. The G was with the Al and Ed's booth and the Mustang was by Donlyson Auto Concepts. I just want to say we are proud to represent all of our sponsors. A big shout out to JDM Sport, Al and Ed's AutoSound E. Pasadena, NRG, Donlyson, and a couple of new sponsors Cars4Cancer and Top Speed Racing / SRS Tuning.

3pm - 10pm: Here are a few pictures of the cars at the show and some of JDM Sport's Luscious Ladies!!!
 This car won 3rd palce for lighting... It had 24 freaking TV's!!!
 This Lexus was in the Donlyson Area. All their cars are super clean.
 This is a miniature version of Chris's car with Kapu Motor Trends...
Here is the inside of Jay's car with Al and Ed's AutoSound.
 Here is Steve's 2012 SEMA build. The RetroUSA x SRS Tuning x Cars4Cancer Mustang
 Laser lights and smoke machine in the G for the show.
11pm: Jazel, Steve and Art holding the trophy we took home for Hottest Vinyl Graphic. You Mad Bro?
 I'd say "Tata" to HIN and SoCal but this pic seems to be a buttshot. 

12am: Roll out from the event was quick and smooth. 

1am: We hit up In and Out and then went back to our rooms to crash out for the night. Well, that was a day for TLH. Hope you liked it.

We want to thank again everybody who made it possible to get us down there and help us represent Northern California tuner scene and all those that embrace the Western Itasha Movement. That means you Lee Ho, Jay, and Project Ride Northern California. That sums it up for HIN. Until the next event.

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