Starting off Part 2 of our coverage of the 10th Annual Norm Reeves Honda Car Show with the Black Type R that won the Best Integra award. I really like the black on black look, with a few splashes of blue mixed in. Congrats on the award…
To the left were two more Type R’s with JDM front ends, one in yellow and one in white, both with Mugen MF10’s.
To the right was Nansi Hernandez’s RHD EK that most of you have seen on Instagram. Unfortunately, she hit some debris on the freeway on her drive out and messed up her lip, which is why it wasn’t on her car to start the show. Her Civic won best 6th Gen, so congrats to her as well.
Jeremy Allgier’s 4th gen Prelude is one of the cleanest around. The engine bay really pops, and the car is very photogenic all the way around.
Moving forward one generation, here is a super clean 5th generation Prelude on some red TE’s.
Rafael Marquez’s Integra with a variety of European Domestic Market parts on it.
Martin Plascencia’s gunmetal gray EK.
Laguna Seca Blue is one of my favorite colors, although it’s a stubborn color in the sense that it photographs a lot different than it looks in person. This EK looks really good in pictures, but I’d have to say it looks even better in person.
Jose Del Villar RHD EF9 on Mugen MF10l’s.
Couple 8th gen Civics and a 7th gen Accord coupe.
@only1_cell_vin’s 4 door GSR is a beauty. His bay is extremely well done, and his car does a good job representing the 4 door Integra community.
Alex Ramos’ RHD Integra. (Alex, I sent you an NWP sticker, but didn’t see any on your car. What’s up with that? JK)
Gray EG on some black RNR’s.
That’s going to conclude the commentary. It was great to meet some more people I had previously only talked to online, and I hope to continue this trend at future events. I’ll leave you with a few more images from the show. Thanks for looking.