Back to conclude the coverage from the 2013 Niagra Tuner And Truck Expo. As I mentioned yesterday once mother nature got her act together everything worked out pretty nicely for this years show.
It’s really quite impressive how much this show has grown in a short three years and people have even started to call it the replacement to the much loved Scraped By The Lake.
I never got a chance to attend Scrape in it’s infancy but I’m told that show started off very similar to TNT. It may be putting the cart a bit ahead of the horse in hoping this show grows to that level but the potential is certainly there especially when you consider the variety, vendor support, and following it already has.
Only good things can be on the horizon.
One car I spent a lot of time walking around at the Truck and Tuner Expo was Billy’s Integra , with s14 front fenders, s15 headlights, prelude tails and a custom wide body this car was designed to pull people in for a closer look.
The shape of the rear quarters throws me a little bit but the craftsmanship is absolutely incredible, hats off to Frankie Valenti for 20hz Audio fame for the body work.