Feature Repost July 2012: KJ’s S2000

Originally posted July 2n2 2012.. While me and Jon were out one night cruising for locations we ended up meeting up with KJ, and Jon snapped a few photos of his S2000.  Personally one of my favorite S2ks, it is forever changing and he is always trying  new things with it.  Import Alli
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Quick Shots: Andy Carter: Yellow Cars

Our Quick Shot for today is from Andy Carter taken in Macon, Ga. ANDY CARTER’S FLICKR
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Take Two: KJ Drapeau’s Honda S2000

We are steady progressing and trying to find out new ways to present our features to you. So we are dipping more into the realm of videos. And trying to get a little more personal with our features. The people are just as important as the cars.  It was the first time I have ever tried
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Take Two | KJ’s AP1

It seemed that we have been on a vacation  with our posts as of late.  We have been working  with a few projects and trying to put together some really nice events this year.  But we have still been shooting cars.  And today we get back with a good friend and enthusiast KJ Drapeau.  W
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KJ’S Phantom Blue S2000

Well KJ’s S2k is fresh out of the paint booth at Miracle Glow, so Jon and Kent got to it quick to snap some fresh photos of stage 2 of KJ’s car!  First thing KJ took care of was the paint, he decided to go through the Mazda color catalog and get it sprayed Phantom Blue a c
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Chris Hall’s S2000

Words by Andy Carter | Photography by Rick Lee Imagine, if you will, that it’s 1999.  Depending on your age, you are either riding in your mom’s Suburban or driving your own car around jamming out to some Third Eye Blind.  You hear something like a demonic lawn mower closi
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PG+K S2K@Import Face-off

Well after winning best of show with the very well known hardtop turbo s2k.  Jay was given a photo shoot by a “real” photographer, and i swooped in for the kill..and took all his pics..HA! Check em out: PG+K Daily Blog
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