Here we are, the last post for Sunday School 2013 coverage. I hope that my little look at the event has been enjoyable. I try to show a range of vehicles but in the end cannot get each and every one individually. It’s not because the cars were any less impressive, but merely because I don’t have the time to go edit and post a photo of each and every car at every meet and show I attend. That said, if you’d like to see a photo of your car here or just want one in general, feel free to let me know and I will do my best at a future event!
Today we start off with the Mean Girls.
Jules was present with her Mk1. I’m still jealous of the BLQs.
Reggie’s Rocket Bunny FR-S got a lot of attention. Installing the kit sans wing looks pretty good.
Being against the black paint probably contributed to the effect, but these were probably the brightest white wheels I’ve ever seen. Said combo also means that it’s likely really hard to keep this Camaro clean. Haha.
This TL was rebadged as its Honda counterpart, the Inspire. I rarely see this generation modified, but it looks good dropped on some wheels.
I really like bolt-on/riveted on flares, such as the ones on this Corolla. What’s with the driveshaft, you ask?
This little Scirocco was really cool. The matte yellow really looked good on it.
I walked up to what looked like a clean, simple S2000. Only once I got closer though, did I notice that under the hood was a superchager. Sleeper!
I was really drawn to this EK, thanks to the overall style and the K-series. Honda fan here, driving a Focus.
Matt’s Saturn, definitely one of the most easily-recognizable cars in Calgary.
With this shot of the awards, I will now finish the official coverage of Sunday School 2013. I want to say thanks again to ill.motion for organizing the event, and to all of the sponsors and attendees for helping to make it such a success! I also want to note that $3000 was raised for the Lupus Society of Alberta; well done everyone!
I plan to be back for year four, what about you?