Wekfest is what I believed to be one of the top shows in the United States right now. That’s one of the reasons why we attend, display and vend at this show. It’s strictly all about the love of cars and nothing more. That’s why we fuck with you Wekfest. We start the day with us coming in 3 hours before the show starts to get the booth ready for the attendees.
Cars were still being staged 3 hours before the show.
A line up of colorful cars.
Chromed out Rocket Bunny GTR from R1 Concepts.
Slammed Integra on Avant Garde wheels.
It still amazes me to see Type R Integras for some reason.
Karl drove the Porsche from LA to San Jose to show with Crooks and Castles.
I’m really digging the new color set up on the Work Meisters.
I remember seeing this S5 at SOWO! It’s crazy how some people drive their cars all across the country for car shows. Maybe this will inspire us to do the Royal Origin world tour.
I first fell in love with this GS last year at Wekfest, glad to see it is still in good condition despite it being a drift car.
This Sienna is fucking cool. Laid out with a nice matte orange vinly wrap and nice fitting wheels, it’s pretty much perfect.
Now time for some expensive builds.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen this blue RWB before and it doesn’t look like it has a name either. Either way it’s nice to see a RWB without the sticker bombs.
Rocket Bunny GTR on the new Rotiform Watanabe inspired wheels.
I see Yasu everywhere..
Cool to see more of the older style Mercedes in the VIP game.
Jessy’s LS430 is always flossin from socal to norcal.
Vinh’s STI was the car that welcomed you into our row.
Kevin’s S2000 was looking proper with the new Gram Lights.
Waseem’s static CT also showed with us. Sucks that he had to drive for like 3 hours to get his gas down to 1/4 tank. #hybridlife
Jason’s beauty of an IS300.
Booth setup on point that someone needed an aerial view on their go pro.
James Tran’s boosted RSX on Volk CE28n.
That side vinyl was installed in 20 minutes.
This looks like a 2nd best crew award.
Jimmy’s wide LS400, he drove all the way from Washington to be at this show.
The flares look great on his LS and I love the way the wheels fit.
Wow, extremely aggressive lines on this GS from Pure VIP. Pretty fucking cool.
Vankulture bringing out all of the coolest vans like this Previa.
Josh’s award winning IS, I wouldn’t be surprised this car coming home with some plaques.
Jeremy’s SC430 looking real loud with the new wheels.
VIP Modular’s Liberty Walk Challenger.
A Lexus RCF on Infinite Werks Wheels.
Sick EVO on CCW classics running our Royal Origin license plate frame. Thanks for the support!
I think all of the Liberty Walk Challengers from California were present at this show.
Floss Design unveiled his S13 Rocket Bunny at Wekfest.
The green and orange mix is an interesting color way and definitely makes it stand out among the other Rocket Bunny S13s out there.
This IS300 is super crazy sporting a BN Sports kit on some flares to fit a nice set of Work Equips and to power it all is a LS1. One of goals was to do an LS1 swap into my old IS300.
Erik’s EP3 made the long trek up here from OC.
Most of the West Colletive guys journeyed up here as well.
Best looking Genesis Sedan I have ever seen.
Wekfest awards and they had new merchandise for sale.
The next few posts will be just wide bodied cars at Wekfest starting with the blue RWB from earlier.
The Rocket Bunny GTR again.
Liberty Walk Challenger.
Vollkommen Design Subaru.
This Lambo is already wide..
Can’t go without the Rocket Bunny FRS.
My favorite car in Wekfest. The paint, the wide body kit and the height is perfect.
Straight out of Initial D.
Shout out to everyone who came by the booth for some HOODRATstuff.
Look how filled up this place is compared to the photo I took in yesterday’s post.
Highlight of the festival was when we took a break and got some Ike’s sandwiches.
Sandwich porn. Get a Lex Luthor and eat it by yourself.
Hayle was showing Kyren around to his first car show. Hope you enjoyed it Kyren!
Getting ready for the group shot and Hayle steals the show.
Thanks Wekfest for the award and thank you to everyone for the continued support without you guys we wouldn’t keep on coming back to Wekfest San Jose. Also a huge thanks to Derek, Aron, Vinh and Clinton for working the booth. Nimo is looking high af in this photo. Check the gallery for more photos and come back for the roll out shots.