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We were swimming in a sea of rev-hitting, hard-partying Euros and couldn't get enough. Getting there would prove to be the greatest challenge of the weekend. It offered various terrains, such as a mud-bog vendor area, grass knoll show parking, and an enchanted forest filled with parked cars.
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The sprawling grounds would host show cars and an estimated visitors cars parked throughout the estate. This inevitably upset many people who either needed to be on show or simply near the action. After crawling through traffic for hours to reach the venue, this was no joke.
But once in the campgrounds, surrounded by the cars they'd come to see, most would forget their frustrations and enjoyed the show. Vendors The vendor area had many new parts and wild project cars. Fifteen52, for example, showed up with four new wheels and cars to match. HRE also unveiled a new design in its Vintage Series, dubbed theand showcased a new flow-formed wheel line, which will make a formal debut at SEMA.
Each had flawless paint, stunning interiors and powerplants tucked neatly into shaved bays. Considering the shop started from a home garage, it was great to see such craftsmanship on display. New depths of low, coupled with new wheel fitments and styling were among the hottest things to emerge out of H20i this year.
Vintage wheels are as hot as ever, while modern wheel companies are finding ways to pay homage to our heritage. As always, the Top Dawg display never disappoints. Countless man hours dedicated to the tiniest detail on each car made our jaws hit the floor.
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Giant turbos, shaved bays and aggressive stance were a few of the notable features among the invitation-only display. The came by land, sea and air to make sure safety was enforced, along with the laws of the road. At one point we saw horse mounted and bike patrolling police take a breather as the crowds became too large to bark at.
Offering various terrains like a mud bogging vendor area, grass hill show parking and an enchanted forest filled with show cars.H2O International 2016 - SchwaaFilms
The show wrapped from the front gravel area, to the main road and even weave its way through the back forests. Two hours after we arrived we would learn that our friends, the police, were starting to close the front entrance, diverting thousands of participants to find parking nearly a mile away. To say some were upset would be an understatement.
2012 H2O International
But once on the campgrounds surrounded them with the cars they came for, most would forget their frustrations and enjoy the show. Fifteen52 showed up with four new wheels and cars to match. HRE debuted a new design in their Vintage Series dubbed the and also showcased their new flow-form wheel line, which will make a formal debut at SEMA.
We found a company called IDF developing MK5 rear tubular control arms to allow for a more aggressive airbag stance.
Each received a flawless paint job, stunning interior fit and finish along with power plants tucked neatly into shaved engine bays. Seeing as the shop started from a home garage, its great to see that quality and craftsmanship still are the rule to a successful company. New levels of low coupled with new fitment and styling were among the hottest things to emerge out of H20i this year.
Vintage wheels are as hot as ever while modern rim companies are finding ways to pay homage to heritage while incorporating new technology. Relentless man hours dedicated to the tiniest details on each car, made our jaws hit the floor.