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Hyundai Aftermarket Featured Girl – Miss Stephanie
Residence: Lee’s Summit, MO
Occupation: Firestone and KC Budweiser Girl
Ethnicity: Caucasion
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Height: 5’5
Age: 24
Relationship status: Happily Taken
What kind of music do you listen to?

I like alot of Rock & hip Hop!

What would be your dream job?

Probably modeling and/or a spokesmodel for a major company. I like being in the spotlight.

What’s your dream car?

There are so many! I can’t really say just one.

What’s the dumbest thing anyone has ever asked you?

(Laughing) I’m not sure…it’s a rare occasion when someone asks me something dumb.

Where do you see yourself in the future?

I LOVE to travel, so maybe some nice & exotic location somewhere.

What are some of your hobbiest and interests?

Just like any other girl really, I love writing, modeling, watching movies and snuggling with my special someone.

What are some of your turn ons?

I really enjoy a well toned back…OH, and the way a guy looks at you like nothing can compare to anything else.

What about turn offs?

I hate vulger mouths, and when guys look sloppy. Oh yeah, and smoking! Ewww!

How did you first get involved in the car/Hyundai scene?

I first got into the car scene by an ex that worked in a car shop. I started to go to random car shows in the area with him and simply fell in love with all aspects of them! I started to model and be a booth girl for some companies and the rest is history.

Is it difficult and if so, how do you handle being in a male dominated sport?

I’m very strong, and was raised that way. So for me to be around alot of guys comes natural on handling things on my own. I work in a car shop and most guys under-estimate my knowledge on them. I may still be learning but I take being in a male dominated sport as an oppurtunity to learn more, and occasionally show up those guys who think they know everything, but don’t.

What percentage of Import models do you think actually know how to tune cars?

The ones I know, probably like 45-50% of them do.

Should some of the big car shows (HIN, NOPI, etc) have a Female Tuner class?
Any final thoughts, comments, or thanks?

Thank you Hyundai Aftermarket.org for the opportunity, and to everyone else…dont be afraid or shy to talk to me or ask me to model for something! Cars

modeling is a passion of mine and I love to do anything that has to relate to them.