• Daniel Song's Scion FR-S GT for SEMA 2012 front

  • Daniel Song's Scion FR-S GT for SEMA 2012 rear

  • Chris Basselgia's Scion FR-S for SEMA 2012 rear

  • Chris Basselgia's Scion FR-S for SEMA 2012 front

  • John Toca's Scion FR-S for SEMA 2012 rear

  • John Toca's Scion FR-S for SEMA 2012 front



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    We're all still a little taken aback at the sheer number of Scion FR-S mods we've seen at SEMA this year. Not only did the FR-S win the Best of Show award for the Sport Compact class, but based on gross tonnage the rear-drive Scion has got to be one of the most popular models in the tuner world today.

    In preparation for this year's SEMA show in Las Vegas, Scion approached three tuners with the chance to go head to head in a design competition. Each entrant received its own FR-S, $15,000 and three months to turn its show-car vision into reality. Judges at the show will score each ride on a variety of merits, and the winning builder will go home with a $10,000 check.

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