Event Coverage: H2O International 2013 – Pt. 3

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One of the beautiful things about H2O is that though the get togethers are ‘scheduled’  that doesn’t mean if you show up late all is lost. More often than not a few people stick around because on the next hour another meet is sure to spring up around them.

Today I’ve got a few photos from the air cooled get together and the Scraped Crusaders/E30 get together which are both meets that we technically ‘missed’ but still enjoyed.

Scraped Crusaders E30/Early BMW Meet

This was the meet we were on our way to when we got distracted by the festivities documented in part two of the coverage. By the time we left that Gold Coast Mall most of the e30s had ironically made there way over there but there were still a number of cool cars lurking about the Roses parking lot.

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Nicely executed Passat Wagon on banded steels
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Gill taking off back to the Scraped Crusaders Ocean City Hq
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It’s crazy how Mesiters can suit pretty much any type of car, they look excellent on this e36 coupe
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Ran into Mike from Stance Factory with his S54 powered e36
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Stance Factory specializes in OEM looking motor swaps
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This Arctic camo e46 was hard to miss
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The Avant affectionately known as the ‘Fap Wagon’
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Those new Rotiforms are sure catching on…
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Wobbie pulling up in his recently completed 2002 project

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You can read the build up of this car right here
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I just about crashed when I saw this car cruise by us on the strip
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Such a well done creation of a car BMW never made
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Great fun with the ring taxi motif also

Aircooled Meet

Once again we showed up about an hour or so late but the owners below were in no real hurry to go anywhere.

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Pulling up to see this is never a bad thing
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One advantage to showing up a little late was the lack of people to spoil shots…
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…which really made it easy to capture the cars present
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The ‘Slow Riders Vee Dub Club’ had a couple really nice radiator free builds out
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Like this…
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…and this with the almost Harley Quinn inspired passenger side fender
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Brightest thing I’ve ever seen!
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Going to go out on a limb here and say the owner of this buggy likes skulls
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Love how the swap cooler was painted two-tone to match the car, great touch
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Wonder how often that stinger hits the ground?
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Beauty.

1 COMMENT

  1. because stingers are illegal almost every were so sadly most people fit them around the corner before arriving at a show

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