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As night falls over Dbayeh's marina, Leila Nasrallah coordinates the parking of 14 Nissan and Infiniti sports cars.Nasrallah's interest in cars, she said, began when she was 13 .Carl Hokayem has been enchanted by the world of cars since a young age. A car photographer known as "K8," he entered the VQ community through Nasrallah."Everything in my life is related to cars, like pretty much everyone here," Hokayem said.He paid for his car by photographing other cars, and he's now the proud owner of a magenta VQ-engine Nissan he calls "Eggplant". Hokayem told The Daily Star that he worked and invested a lot to make it faster and better looking, which he said was his main objective as a photographer.He said he believed car events were a great opportunity to meet people, adding that 95 percent of his friends are "car guys and girls," and that he was lucky to find his better half through this common passion.When Hokayem met Rana Bsaibes for the first time, his car had broken down. Everything in 20-year-old Omar Sidani's life revolves around cars.
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