Thinking about what I wrote on our fanpage, I made a minor mistake; our site has not been officially a year old yet. I did create this site back in June of 2010, but that's before I even had the title Night-Import in mind and was posting random contents. In a few months, I'll be announcing our 1 year anniversary and might do something pretty darn crazy, but that's just a thought so don't be expecting a surprise soon. The reason why I'm bringing this up though is because of so many cars I've seen throughout that one year period. Although Southern California is known for car events in the West coast, the cars you get to see at meets and events become repetitive, which isn't bad at all because you get to meet the car owners and build up relationships. I think that's how I made friends in this scene and now, those friends becoming a part of my life. Additionally, Nisei Showoff Car Show made me realize that it was not just the owners but the cars they owned played the same role. I've seen some rides so many times, but to be honest, I'm still impressed with all the work put into a machine that literally redefines the meaning of a car. It's not only meant to be driven, but to be a companion. Am I becoming Emo right now? Maybe because it's 7:15am and I'm tired as fuk, so back to the coverage before I say more random stuff.
You'll be seeing some familiar rides throughout this coverage, but for those who are visiting our site for the first time, get ready to be impressed.
It's been a long ass time since I saw Infinit Wheels at an event. Their team 'Infinit' was present at few shows, but coming out as a team + company was a good site to see again.
GS that debuted at Rebuilding Japan meet after its major body work to fit those aggressive sized wheels.
Some OG BBSs.
Can it be any cleaner?
Hellaflush winner from last years DSPORT event at Fontana, CA.
Wow...just wow... The Blue Advans with a unique Carbon Fiber finish on this S13.5 was stunning.
Keeping it clean and sexy.
S2000 on CCWs. Good gawd.
Chrome dipped with a mix of Gold, BBS RSs.
That was the line up from Infinit Wheels. Sick rides with flawless execution.
One of the M3s I've seen quite a few times.
From what I've heard, this Eclipse is about 10 years old now and still running strong. It was featured in a magazine, but forgot which one.
TOMEI has been pretty active nowadays. I think I first saw them at XDC.
I spot some ITBs.
Fontana Nissan's Time Attack GT-R R35.
Owned by a talented driver named Scott. People call him Mr. Fontana.
HRE equipped Mini Cooper from EuroProjektz. Seems like rest of the members were getting ready for Motion Auto Show.
Eric's DC5, now running on ITBs. Congratz on the feature in Modified Magazine! Make sure to check out his site, DD Garage.
Of course, Kelvin's Do-Luck widebody Evo 9.
Check out the fitment on this NSX. The owner had these wheels on his S2000, but decided to slap them on for fun. Aggressive as fu**.
Jason's S14, now a sales representative for Varrstoen.
Jon Jon's IS was looking good, but was looking even better once I saw this...
I believe no one even attempted to Neo-Chrome dip Endless BBKs...What a baller...
Found out the Iron Man owner and the owner of this Supra are brothers.
Peter's sexy LS1 S14.
The only Hakosuka I've personally seen and the first time was at San Diego. Oldie and godly.
Randy's Lambo Orange G.
We got a Spotlight feature coming up on this famous Z repping Low Ballers and Royal Origin, shot by our photographer Nick Schultz. Stay tuned.
Those Work XD9s were definitely aggressive. Never seen one with a lip size like that.
VIP Modular brought out some sexy cars like always.
'Aqua' finished VIP Modular VX series wheels on this E36.
Eric's new passenger.
Whoa. VIP Modular wheels on a classic.
Loving the designs and finish by this company. Check out VIP Modular wheels.
Now to the far back lineup, Club4AG had a few rides impressing Hachi Roku fans.
My favorite out of all, Steve's Hachi Roku, representing Cusco USA.
No details will be shared until I do a full feature on it :D
Rare site. A 1983 Soarer 2800GT.
I've been really into Classics these days and excited to go to JCCS in September. I was around these Celicas for quite a long time, thinking how I would look in one. My friend Ben was tagging along with me and he was probably tired of hearing me say, "omg".
No caption needed.
Gawd Dam! VIP Auto Salon's Lexus IS F Wald Edition.
Team Praxis in the house.
Good to see these guys. Not really close with any of the members, but hope I get to know them more. Chill peepz.
Low Ballers! Harro.
Angelo's hellaflush Z. I remember Royal Origin posting a link about this random dude talking shit about Angelo's ride being riced out. WTF?? But like always, "to each its own".
How a classic Datsun should be done. Congratz on the win at SpoCom.
Micro Image widebody Yaris.
and the owners other car.
John's LS from BP VIP looks so hella sexy, I just want to sleep in it...wait.....
Once again, BP VIP.
Random, biggest portable umbrella at Nisei.
Nicely done Hondas.
The line of Rotaries were probably the longest out of all.
Pt. 3 will be my final coverage on Nisei, so that will go up either tonight or tomorrow. (-_-)v