Yup. There’s a rap about Dario Franchitti.
Renault 5 GTE via Tom-M.
As a resident of lower Ontario our summer car season is a scant 5-6 months. For the last few years, Oktoberfest has been the last event we’ve shown up to during the season. This years edition had a good amount of cars. All of which I won’t see for 6 month
The rareness that is Alpina.
Alan’s sweet E30.
Its refreshing seeing a mk3 without rusted rockers.
Shayan’s B5 A4 Wagon. Its a big deal up in Canada.
I haven’t been to a show where I’ve seen one of these cars by themselves. These guys go everywhere together.
The last few shots from our H20i trip consists of the multitude of visitors and random cars that came by 75th. Most of whom stopped by to see Brian Arthus who seems to know everyone with a car in the U.S. Including @farklefitment.
@jdmodz`s BestJDM winner at First Class Fitment
I’m now a bit biased on big body black BMWs.
Clean Impreza, stopped by for the views.
Fellow feathered Canadian brethren stopped by too.
F11 Touring Via: Hayashi.Lin.0
For the first time in the 4 years I’ve been going to H2Oi I finally have some of my own photos to show off. Although all these photos took all of 15 mintues to take while we waiting for our table to eat lunch I’d say they came out pretty good. This years show was very different from the previous years. Traphouse was boycotted, the cops were towing cars on Tuesday, and the rain wouldn’t let up until Thursday. Once the rain let off everyone who had been waiting to hit the strip all week took the chance to do just that. The problem was the strip was PACKED. Cruising like we used to do 3 years ago was not an option this year. So I did what I do best, drink beer and chill with friends I get to see once or twice a year. Apart from all the bullshit with the OCMDPD and the strip being the way it was. This year was the best H2Oi I have attended yet. I got to find the real reason this event is the way it is. It’s all about friends, that you have made through the cars.