The next morning, we found ourselves in an unfamiliar sight, surrounded by lots and lots of trees and no cell phone reception. I really question how my life was before I was so dependent on my cell phone. When we would drive back to the cabin it would have to be by memory because our navigation needed cell service. When we were at the cabin, we were on some 56k dial up internet that did not let anything load. I don’t remember the last time I was that frustrated with the internet. It was like waiting for the an image of a naked girl back in the days and only being able to load the head of the girl. You just had to let your imagination work the rest of the body.. Anyways on to the start of part two of our SOWO trip…
Chris trying to call his mom to let her know he’s not gay.
Ryo not smoking cigarettes because people were bumming cigarettes from him left and right.
Alan Lacey’s 350z bagged on Work VS-KFs.
That fender to rim fitment tho.
Bryan’s static E36 on MB Battles. It seemed like a rough drive up the rocky roads for him to get to the cabin.
He was also having a fuel pump issue, but luckily someone that was still on the way to Helen grabbed one for him.
Meanwhile back at the show, there were way more cars in town than there were yesterday. Traffic started a mile or two outside of town.
Interesting choice of a body kit on this Lexus GS300.
Laguna Seca Blue E46 on Weds Kranze LXZs, something you don’t see everyday.
Speaking of things you don’t see everyday, we got to see these beauties next to Tucker’s motel.
This is Justin’s LS400 with radiused fenders rolling on some wide Algernon Intelesse.
Kyle’s GS equipped with 326 Power suspension and full body kit bagged on Weds Kranze Cerebus.
But the coolest part of both of these cars is that they’re rocking the FTP sticker!
Thanks for the support guys!
All of those lines tho.
A big thumps up from us for the license plate and frame.
The wide Lexus IS250 from yesterday also showed up and parked behind them.
That big booty.
More Lexuses to make me feel at home.
Today was the actual show and that meant more high caliber built cars were going to be on displayed at the vendor booths.
BMW I8 on Vossen wheels.
Well.. since the old “burn out” alley was being heavily patrolled, a group of guys with a microphone decided to find a new spot to egg people on into doing burn outs.
Some didn’t give into the “Do a burn out pussy!” chants..
Others were about that life..
The cops finally came and started to regulate.
When the cops left the cars were still burning out and it was cool because the cops didn’t cite them or anything.
Thanks for reppin’ the 15 in Crown sticker!
We finally made it to the car show part of SOWO, there weren’t that many people here because everyone was in town getting drunk or watching burn outs.With the crowds distracted it made it easier for us to get good photos of the cars that were showing. I don’t know much about Volkswagens, so you’re going to just have to view the photos without any funny commentary. I think it’s better that way anyways.
We decided to head back for some food and we were hearing loud screams and burn outs.
We were only gone for 30 minutes, but the roads were completely filled with tire marks.
The roads were also filled with a bunch of drunk people.
Chris, Ryo and Garrett ready for some BBQ.
A place you must try when in Helen is North Georgia’s BBQ.
Flawlessly put together E46 with black chrome Work Equips.
We met up with Justin and Kyle again to go shoot outside of town. Kyle had an tire leak and thankfully Chris was well equipped with the tools to help change out the spare.
We rolled up to this church that had a big green field.
In the field, there were a couple of horses roaming around. They were either curious or wanted to socialize with us because they kept on following us when we would move.
Introducing Reginald, Larry and Kiko.
Clean E92 slammed on BBS wheels.
AJ also tagged along for the shoot and I took the opportunity to snap some photos of his 7 series.
Justin’s LS waiting it’s turn for the spot light.
Reginald is really popular with the crowd.
Ryan probably explaining to us why Waffle Houses are awesome.
New friend Jim Cerami from PA and a fellow WFC member.
Mr. Risky Devil and of course he’s wearing red.
When we got back, Helen was already in a craze with people doing burn outs on the main street.
It was cool that the Helen Fire Department brought out their own VW to the festivities.
Tucker posing like a disappointed mom.
Tucker 5th wheeling.
These guys jumped on a tow truck and it led to a gang of people getting on as well…
Luckily no one was hurt and the two truck driver was actually pretty cool.
When Shavi met his number one fan…
Another packed night at Helendorf.
Beautiful ass Cimon swooning the guys with his accent.
These guys were giving away the champagne showers.
Shavi approves of Bud Light.
We couldn’t get any girls to use our stickers as pasties, so we settled for this guy.
New friends rocking the Shavi sticker.
Really random seeing Cody here, but apparently he’s been living in Atlanta for quite a while now.
Majestic ass Cody.
Whale poses all around the world.
Met up with Jim’s friends under their hotel for more debauchery.
One tire fire.
Jon wanting to go home to play beer pong.
Tucker is still disappointed.
Shavi telling Jon that he was cold and that he wanted to go home to play beer pong too. Maybe a little cuddling after would be nice as well. So, we went home and that sequence of events actually happened…. Ending of SOWO coverage up in a couple of days..