Independence Day Double Header…TLB & JDM²…

Seasons greetings to all! Hope you all had a great Christmas, and for the gearheads out there I hope there were plenty shiny new parts waiting under the tree.

With that out of the way, let’s get on with today’s post.

We’ll be looking at some photos from Toyota Limers Barbados‘s “Show It Off” Meet and JDMSquared‘s “Street Certified” Meet. Both events were held on the same day at two different locations. We decided to post the all the photos together because they aren’t enough to be done separately due to the fact that we really went to show support rather than cover the events, so these are just some random shots we took throughout the day.

Both events had a good turnout even though the times overlapped, but this didn’t stop us from making it to both. Needless to say we enjoyed ourselves and we’re looking forward to the next one either of them has.

Now to stop boring you guys with any more idle banter… On with the photos!!!

Runx ass… four the hard way!

Transformer badged AE101 Levin…

Subtle AE110 on some black wheels…

Altezza life…

AE91, blue on black or white on blue pick one…

On to the next location…

Representing Toyota Limers…

Some of the cars that came out…

A pack of AE110/111 each with their own styling…

Alien Werks AE100…

Toyota Glanzas as they roll in…

Managed to snap some close up shots of this Glanza…

Tastefully done Toyota Runx Z…

A pair of EP82 Starlets yes, but two different choices in body styling…

Two well maintained EP91 Starlets, shout out to the owners of them both…

Going in twos, check out these Corollas…

Another shot of this Levin…

Some more Runx Z love…

Simply put… the sticker says it all…

That brings us to the end of the Show It Off meet. Big shout outs to the Toyota Limers Barbados once again, we’re going to leave you with this shot of part of the crew…

From TLB’s Show It Off we made our way down to the JDMSquared Street Certified meet.

Shout outs to the guys over at JDMSquared! This was their first meet and from the attendance and feedback it was nothing short of a success. We really enjoyed the feel of this meet; just a couple of die hard enthusiasts kicking back and having a good time.

Moving on with the photos we snapped while we were there…

This DC2 conversion was among the favourites on the day…

SiR Civic with Mugen front lip…

This Mazda Familia was one of our favourites at the meet simply due to the time taken by the owner to pay attention to the most minute details…

DC5 Integra…

EK9 with a colour theme similar to that of Spoon’s EK9…

A glimpse of some of the cars that came out…

FD2 Civic rolling right into position…

White on white Evo IV…

Not very often do we get a chance to see a Nissan Cefiro…

One of a kind 4 door Nissan Skyline with some aggressive wheel fitment…

Slammed Toyota Altezza…

Another shot of the Evo IV…

A pair of Altezzas…take your pick…

Toyota Altezzas were definitely out in their numbers…

Three’s company…

A pair of Evos…

We had to take a walk around to capture that sweet Evo ass…

Hands down this had to be one of the best looking Subarus at the meet…

Well that’s it for TLB & JDM² Independence Day meets, we’ll leave you guys with a shot of this immaculately restored chameleon Diahatsu Charade G11…

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