Tuner Evo Hits the Anaheim Convention Center
The show held over 400 cars with most of them being imports and a smattering of Euro and domestics.
Coming back to SoCal for the second year in a row, Tuner Evo 2019 was an even more successful event than the first one held in January of last year.
Photos courtesy of Super Street
AutoFashion USA brought their Mode Parfume S2000 along with some other cars like an LS400 and a widebody R35 GTR.
The majority of the cars at the show were Zs of various models, Evos, Subies, and Hondas as is apparently indicative of the California car scene. On hand were vendors from tires, wheels, and performance parts companies for the public to see bits and pieces up close and personal.
Engine swapping for godzilla
This 1995 240SX S chassis received an RB25 swap and was featured last year in a writeup on SuperStreet's site.
Looks rad but what about a k-swap?
This aggressive widebody S2000 has a Corvette LS7 and a Schmuck Built radiator.
This S2000 track car with Petronas livery graced the floor in Anaheim.
Line Them Up
Does it really get any more American than three S2000s in a lineup of red, white, and blue?
That Clean Look
This clean-looking Honda is showing off the Spoon fenders on the showroom floor.
Looking forward to the future
With the second outing much more successful than the first, we're sure Tuner Evo will be back in SoCal again soon. We're definitely looking forward to what the SoCal show has to offer up for 2020.
To see more of SUperStreet's coverage from Tuner Evo click here.