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October 2011

SC, what do those two letters come to mind? What does it mean? Well to some, and maybe the rest of the world it means USC but to us, it stands for Lexus’ Luxury Coupe, the SC300/SC400 or Soarer in Japan. As the stance hype gets bigger and bigger, it starts to get harder to find a car that stands out from today and previous years. Wilmer’s SC has become to one of those cars that stands out from the rest and is recognizable anywhere.

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Honda Civics are well known for its great gas milage, price, durability and most of all its cheap maintenance. Being in the car community we readily hear modified civics such as the hatches and coupes from the 90s-00s, DC5s, EP3s, FA5s and FD2s, rarely you hear about a 2005 Civic sedan.

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Volk TE-37′s are such a sought after wheel. So much so, the good ol’ copycats in China began filling warehouses full of fake TE-37′s. Because of the influx of the knock offs (Rota Grids, Varrstoen’s and such), it becomes much more rare to see the REAL Volks.

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Scion tC’s get such a bad stigma anymore. Often they are riced out beyond belief and thus have become the butt end of many car jokes. There are a few of us who are trying to prove that point wrong, and a perfect example is Jasper Asher of Palm Springs Florida.

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Drifting , especially in competition such as Formula Drift needs drivers that can control their vehicles in various turns using  a specific techniques such as powersliding, drifting, and over powering the car to make it slide. One of those techniques causing them to go into a sharp turn fast and come out quickly, with the edition of high revs and a lot of tire smoke. Here are some photos taken by our good friend John Roxas, containing parts of the Slammed Society Show Case and the Top 32 drivers of the night.

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We hosted another epic meet with the help of SoCal Car Meets, CarsXHype, and K.R.O.P.S. The meet started at 7 PM, it was a great time for everyone to come out. Since it was being held in Anaheim, I needed to leave work ASAP. Wow that was a drive! Upon arriving I was greeted by Gedz from CarsXHype and Michael from SoCal Car Meets, and together we planned a layout for the meet. As soon as the cars started coming in it seemed liked the never stopped. We were shocked by the amount of people that came! So…. on to the pictures!

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