Posted on July 10, 2012
Honda is easily the biggest name in the Import car scene. You can’t go to a meet without seeing the “H” emblem in large numbers. With that said, many of these Honda owners deserve to have their cars crushed with how badly they modify them, causing Honda to sometimes be looked at as the joke of the Import scene. If not for a select few who really put passion and drive into their cars, the Honda game would fall flat on it’s face. These, are only some of the few at Honda Fest, that represent New England, and demand RESPECT…
Posted on June 26, 2012
MassTuning has put on events in the past that have caught national attention on forums and automotive websites alike. They borrowed an idea from one of the Subaru forums and created the ‘MassTuning Sunrise Meet & Greet’ in Boston, Ma. We joined up with the guys in IHOP at 3:30 AM, set off on a Sunday cruise through America’s oldest city and hit a few local landmarks with a group of cars that define the scene in the North East.
Posted on June 26, 2012
Being a group of wheel whores here at BeastCoast, we are firm believers that the correct wheel choice makes all the difference, and will take a car from okay to show stopper. Nick Provost is a wheel whore himself, and has ran though a few different sets before landing on these 18×10 Work Emotion XD9’s. We think these wheels take his car to the next level. You be the judge…
Posted on June 24, 2012
Be sure to watch in HD!
Posted on June 20, 2012
UTI is one of the largest automotive educators, responsible for some of the greatest tuners in America. With a reputation like that, they decided to showcase their automotive bloodline by presenting the nation with the Tuner Life Tour. They partnered with the Import Evolution team for an event put together by tuners, for tuners. This event was sure to be a hard hitter. With free admission, free show, free prizes, and most importantly, a slew of well built cars, Tuner Life brought out some of New Englands hottest cars
Posted on June 5, 2012
This summer has been a busy one so far with meets and shows all over the northeast. It seems like with doomsday approaching quickly, everyone is going hard with their cars for one last run this summer. It brings a certain competition to the table that hasn’t been seen in the game for a while. The guys at Wasabi Chinese and Japanese Cuisine, were nice enough to loan their lot to enthusiasts for a day of great food, cars, music, and fun. Despite a forecast for rain, it turned out to be perfect weather for a meet!