For over a decade, Import Atlanta has been ruling the internet as a place where gearheads in the Southeast gather to share their addiction for all things motorized. The forum started off as a humble grassroots home just for Import enthusiast, thus the name, but quickly evolved into something much bigger than any of the creators and founding members could have ever imagined.
Today, Import Atlanta is 50k members deep and consists of users who not only own Imports, but also Domestics, Euros and a variety of bikes—old school to new school, pistons and rotaries alike, anyone with a motor is always welcome here. We have an array of neatly organized sub-forums chock full of knowledgeable folks that are always willing to provide you with the answer to anything your little heart desires. So, whether you are looking for a local event, trying to get feedback on a part or a particular shop, want to share your build and dyno chart, or need to buy or sell a car, Import Atlanta is here for you.
We like to think that the constant growth of our forum can be attributed to the fact that it has always stayed true to its roots, and by that we mean our owners, moderators, and members are more than just a bunch of keyboard cowboys and bench racers. We like to BBQ, run dyno days, and races so we can meet up, check out each other’s rigs and talk face to face. At the end of the day we are a community of folks who actually turn wrenches and drive our cars (and bikes)—and we take a lot of pride in keeping it that way.