We've finally gotten around to revamping some old posts again!
This week we're relaunching Chris Gell's Audi 90, Hans Mertens' Hummer Alpha, and Phillip Nadeau's Karmann Ghia!
Click on any of the pictures to see the corresponding post with updated pictures!
After all the photos I've taken of other people's cars, I've never taken really good ones of my own car until now.
I'm the man behind the lens, the posts, and the imported cars. And this is my car.
Ford has changed a lot over the years.
The entire automotive community has changed a lot over the years, but it's always important to know where you came from, and where you can go. Introducing Chris's F150 FX-2 and Sean's Harley Davidson F150.
The 70's were interesting. Almost all car manufactures were trying to pave a new road for their brand, and Porsche was no different. Chris Saba's 914 is a 40 year time capsule restored to its original glory.
It's small. It's red. It's an MR2.
Sarah LaVoie's first generation MR2 is an awesome vehicle, and is treated like it was built to be.
Like the illegitimate love child of every 90's Japanese supercar, the VR-4 is no stranger to being awesome.
Oh yeah, and it's not a DSM.
This week is dedicated to the past few months of fantastic cars, and realizing the greatness we've been a part of.
This post needs no story or words, just some of the best pictures from the past few months.
A testament to our fine country, and one awesome piece of machinery; Han's Hummer.
Love is what makes a Subaru a Subaru, and Josh and his wagon are no different.
There isn't a more appropriate car for the beach than Phillip's Karmann Ghia, and it has just what needs.
It's a relief to know that there are those in the younger car crowd that treat cars with the respect they deserve.
Chris and his Audi 90 are the perfect example of a combination that will stand the test of time.
Rough around the edges? Maybe. Loved as much as any other car? Definitely.
Josh Trouton has a piece of work on his hands, but that's exactly what he wanted,
There's just something about old American muscle that seems untouched by time. As modern muscle cars try to reinvent their old look, they continually make their predecessors look even better. Sometimes the old is much better than the new.
A dream was made when Donna got her Firebird.
There's luxury, and then there's performance. When both of these qualities intersect in a vehicle, you're usually looking at hefty price tag. Chad Anderson didn't care what it took, he knew what his dream car was, and he did everything he needed to until he could drive it.
In past posts we've seen everything from the heavily modified to the simple, yet well taken care, dream cars. Dreams aren't complicated. Sometimes all it takes is the right car. Tiffani Whitley shares in this kind of dream.
Ruben Lopez's Honda S2000 is definitely widely known in the local community. Whether it's for Autocrossing, Stray Cats meet, or just having another red car, people know when Ruben is around. Don't let that fool you, though, this S2000 is special.
It always seems to surprise people when a nice car is "girl-owned". Gender roles aside, this car is owned by a girl. Not only is it owned by a girl, it's owned by a mother.
There's nothing quite like trying to keep your car perfect condition. Unless you own a garage queen, you've had things happen to your car, Whether it be a small dent, scratch, or paint chip, you hate to have anything happen to it. When it comes to his Dodge Challenger, Noah is no different.
Being a rally icon, many children grow up looking at STi's with a mud slinging passion. Sure, other cars are faster, but to a kid playing Gran Turismo, there was no contest. The Rally STi with the famous yellow shining stars seemed like it could do anything.
This is how Elias felt when he was 10 years old, and that's how he feels to this day.
Greater East Imports emphasizes dreams more than anything, and with good reason. Dreams are the foundation of everything, and anyone in the car community knows the importance of holding them. Of course, we focus on dreams that are imported from Japan, but we know some people already own their dream cars, and we're not about to leave them out.