Come enjoy a casual day with car enthusiast from all around the area. We will have food, music and a great turn out of multiple vehicles! We encourage EVERYONE to come! Discounted products will be available!
It has been a hot and humid summer but we are wishing that mother nature will give us a break in hopes that all the car enthusiasts of the Mid Atlantic region will come out from their hiding. Pull off those car covers, turn the key to hear the sound of that beast that you have been building for the past couple of months, and head on over to the "Mid Atlantic MEGA MEET" Summer Show at Dash Motors & Performance (8132 Sudley Road, Manassas, Virginia 20109) on Sunday, August 28th from 12-5 pm. There will be live DJ performances by LJ MTX and DJ Jon Deke, media coverage by Mischief.tv, and food vendors. Admission is free so bring the entire family but we ask that only modified cars park on the dealership property (space is limited). There is plenty of parking at the surrounding businesses and we recommend showing up early in order to get a good parking spot.
Make sure you mark this on your calendar and don't forget the Mid Atlantic MEGA MEET slogan:
"Cars, Trucks, Bikes, People, All Colors, All Styles...You bring the fun!"
Built up, used up and kicked to the curb. Sadly, that is what the life of this Subaru Impreza consisted of before Takahiro Nakamura of Car Service Hiro gave it a second chance. The inception of this project began when Subaru of Japan looked to create something truly special for the 2003 Tokyo Auto Salon. After teaming up with CS Hiro, it was agreed that the STi would be uniquely styled with outrageous interior and exterior modifications. Most notably, the GDB would take on sleek new bodylines with a chopped and sectioned roof. Additionally, the interior would be completely revamped with a radical sound system.
All went according to plan and the project was completed in time for the 2003 TAS. Furthermore, the GDB went on to gain global recognition for its authentic design. Even though the STi earned great notoriety among the performance community, Subaru was pre
pared to unload the Impreza from its stable of show vehicles at the end of the car show season. With countless hours spent designing and constructing the chop-top Impreza, Nakamura decided he would take the Impreza off Subaru's hands and give it a home.