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Event: DODOlogic’s Fallout by Works Engineering

“Don’t call it a come back, I’ve been here for years.” – L.L. Cool J

You may not know this, but DODOlogic has been here for years — four years, to be exact. After all that time, we finally decided we were grown up enough for a new site.fallout13-1

The question of when to launch the new site posed its own issues. Four years is a long time to hold onto something and launching the new site should commemorate something. We’ve hit a few milestones in the last few months and seen some pretty cool things over the years, but we decided to dance with the one who brought us.fallout13-2

DODOlogic started in Saskatchewan, covering Saskatchewan events, and although some things have changed over the last four years, it was important to us to launch the new site with Sask. content.fallout13-3

If you would have told me four years ago that DODOlogic would one day play host to one Saskatchewan’s biggest car meets, I would have cursed you for a liar.  Thanks to Works Engineering, Odd Man Out Performance, Auto Logics, Redline Society, and of course Bon Burger, for making Fallout 2013 happen.


Getting to be at a meet on my home turf is always great. It’s very rare I get to hang out with so many friends at meet. I find these meets are more about the community than about the cars themselves. But don’t get me wrong, the cars are a nice bonus.


It’s crazy to see just how far these meets have come since we started doing them. Our first meet was only 88 cars, and we’ve now grown to 325 cars, food trucks and a lot full of other randomness. This randomness includes Paul Rommelaere, doing that thing he does on bikes at every car meet.fallout13-4

Works Engineering didn’t only back the meet as the title sponsor, but they showed up in full force with an entire fleet of cars.fallout13-5

Since we started, the Sask. scene has grown at an alarming rate. Years ago, you would have been hard pressed to find any done up Ruckus’ at these meets, and this time around there was a pretty impressive showing.fallout13-8




As I said, it’s the people who make these events great for me. Colin Gallagher  was nice enough to pose next to his Toyota Soarer to show me some non-aggressive wheel fitment. Well, truth be told, Colin didn’t want me to take this photo so I yelled at him until he was okay with it.fallout13-11

This is a car I’d like to re-visit at some point. Its beefy tires and wheel fitment were pretty impressive.fallout13-12

I will leave you with one of my favourite cars in the province right now: Evan Bahr ‘s IS300 with a 2JZGTE swap.  I hope everyone who attended Fallout 2013 enjoyed themselves, and I hope everyone reading this enjoys the new site.

1 Comment

  • did you guys happen to keep any of the other pictures at the show? was looking to see if i could snag my white supra off you guys if you took one.

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