Import Alliance is notorious for hosting large events all across the country bringing in thousands of cars and enthusiasts together. With the success of their 2012 spring meet in Atlanta, Georgia there were high expectations for the amount and quality of cars that would show up to the End of Summer meet held at Ripken Stadium this past Sunday in Aberdeen, MD. For enthusiasts’ on the east coast, the beginning of fall typically marks the end of the show season and sheds way for long winter nights rebuilding our cars in preparation for next year. The End of Summer meet was a perfect way to gather friends up all across the Atlantic for a day to discuss plans and ideas we all have in mind for the winter. Needless to say many of these enthusiasts have already started ordering parts and by now may have already started tearing down their cars. With the amount of quality cars in attendance and rumors being spread around you truly never know what to expect from these owners come spring time. One thing that’s for sure is to expect some high quality builds from the Mid-Atlantic region popping up next season.
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