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SpoCom Anaheim 2014 Gallery - Pt. 2: Coupes & More

Hatchbacks, Euros and supercars (plus some oddballs)

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SpoCom Anaheim 2014 Details:

  • SoCal stop of SpoCom tour at Anaheim Convention Center on July 12
  • Hundreds of display cars, dozens of vendors and thousands of fans
  • Eclectic mix of display vehicles - JDM, VIP, and performance cars

In Part 1 of our SpoCom Anaheim 2014 coverage, we took a look at the array of sedans at the show. Part 2 examines those vehicles of the 2-door variety (admittedly with a few leftover sedans that escaped out part 1 coverage).

SpoCom Anaheim 2014 Gallery - Pt. 1: The Sedans

With an open invite to all makes and models, we ran across builds that ran the gamut. Wide body additions, JDM conversions, shaved and tucked engine bays and vinyl wraps were just a few of the tricks competitors pulled in order to stand out from the SpoCom Anaheim 2014 crowd. Nissan Z cars, both old and new, were on hand, as were a handful of BMW from various eras.

If the group of R35s didn't grab your attention, then the old school 1970s-era Skyline that was perched near the main entrance certainly would. A few FR-S builds flexed forced induction muscle, and as always the picture-perfect G35 drew a crowd with their polished and neatly organized engine bays. Something you don't see quite as often anymore are NSX, MR2 and Supra; all three were on hand and heavily modified.

Take a look at what you missed out on and if you have thoughts about attending the next one, just log onto the SpoCom website to keep tabs on upcoming dates and locations.

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497 comments
Glenn Senior
Glenn Senior

Lol I thought for sure I was going to be reading stupid comments about "my (insert economy import here) with a (insert irrelevant motor out of another vehicle here) swap could take that thing anyday"

Dan Tan
Dan Tan

Like the car but not sure about the wing

Tristan Pryor
Tristan Pryor

I surprisingly love it, those enkeis on those slicks look good. William TyrØne MasØn

Chris Hotchkiss
Chris Hotchkiss

Wing ruins the clean look. I doubt it puts down enough power to need that wing.

François Strnad
François Strnad

Eric, kids today don't know anything about downforce and track, they just like shitty unfonctional stance and still dare to speak about rice because of a wing that obviously works.

Ajmal Sagheer
Ajmal Sagheer

Kashif Unique Suqlain using the pictures I made ey? Lmao that 2 litre twin cam is very popular

Eric Nunez
Eric Nunez

The wing has a soul purpose for its size Liz De Bono, most spoilers are larger than the car itself for more down force. Some are much taller too to catch the hair. Just looking at the car its obviously built for track no just looks.

Matt De Bono
Matt De Bono

Haha i dont like the wing i agree 100% with Mario Gamboa lol way too much fried rice haha!!

Liz De Bono
Liz De Bono

Doesn't need a wing that big though. It's bigger than the car

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