First Class Fitment has become profoundly life-altering for me. But before I dwell on what is lost, let’s relive what made this year’s FCF a worthy sendoff.
Over the past nine years, one thing has remained the same: once a year, as the leaves change color and the temperatures drop, Canibeat.com hosts its annual First Class Fitment show at Princeton Airport in Princeton, NJ. This year’s event was one of the best yet!
Gathering an excess of 180,000 manufacturers, buyers, and other assorted industry personnel in one place, the 51st anniversary of the SEMA Show was the biggest and best yet. My Vans and adidas traversed more than nine miles each day of the event to bring you the highlights.
Now celebrating its eighth year, Canibeat’s First Class Fitment has become the Northeast’s mainstay for a unique automotive spectacle that places its emphasis on quality, not quantity. Set in the beautiful fall foliage of Princeton, New Jersey, this event finds its exclusivity in its location on an active private airport near the famous Ivy League school.
“Space: The final frontier, where no man has gone before.” Drew Evans’ admiration for the great unknown made him take this saying and transfer it into his 2013 Infiniti G37XS sedan, as he boldly ventured into a vision of modifications that no man had attempted before.
When large collections of the world’s automotive eyes are all looking in one place like the annual SEMA show, it takes a standout vehicle to grab their attention, and Rob Ida has done just that with his classy Porsche 930 Turbo.
Each year while the leaves are falling in the northeastern United States, Canibeat gathers some of the highest quality builds at Princeton Airport for First Class Fitment – an event that caters to quality and encourages individuality. See the best of the best right here!
The few and far between Euro events which take place in America makes experiencing the original culture in Europe that much more alluring. Our European correspondent Jeroen Willemsen was on site at the annual MIVW event in the Netherlands to capture all of its goodness and send it back our way.
The East Coast gets a bad reputation for questionably modified vehicles that come out of this side of the country. The annual Wekfest tour stop in Edison, New Jersey gives the right coast a time to shine with tastefully modified machines.