Scion has announced this year’s Tuner Challenge finalists that will be bringing their modified tC vehicles to the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
This year, Josh Croll of Mertztown, Pennsylvania, Walter Franco of Seattle, Washington, and Young Tea of Alhambra, California will be facing off at the annual Scion Tuner Challenge, which is now in its ninth year. Each finalist will be customizing a 2014 Scion tC with a $15,000 build budget and the judges will evaluate each vehicle at the SEMA Show with the first place winner earning a $10,000 grand prize.
New to this year’s competition is a partnership with Super Street magazine, which its editors will also be part of the judging panel. Super Street editors also assisted in the selection process for this year’s Tuner Challenge finalists.
“Fresh off its arrival in showrooms, the redesigned 2014 tC kicks off this year’s Scion Tuner Challenge with an inspiring versatility for tuners and new energy,” said Scion Corporate Manager Dave Harbuck. “Scion’s events at the SEMA Show continue to showcase the creativity of car builders around customization and the personality they bring to their cars. We’re looking forward to seeing what this year’s finalists create.”
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GALLERY: 2013 Scion Tuner Challenge Finalists
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