Wekfest Long Beach has been one of the premier shows to attend for car show goers in Southern California. Every year we try our best to come out to support the Wekfest tour because the show usually has good vibes and a lot of people get a chance to come buy stuff from us in person at our booths. The days before Wekfest is usually a struggle for most of us, but this year most of us had no problems with our cars and the most we had to do was wash it.
Jason getting the GTR all cleaned up for tomorrow’s event.
That shine! It’s crazy that Jason had his hand in all of the parts of the GTR, from the air suspension to painting and installing the Liberty Walk kit.
Check out this video of Jason painting his car with JDM Chemicals soap.
Reppin’ from OC to LV.
We had an early roll in time because we had to set up as vendors, good thing we had awesome cars like Chris’s 991 turbo to check out.
Chris owns the first and only 991 Turbo “Cup” car.
John actually washed his car for a car show. Weird.
Lots of nice cars rolling in to the show.
Derek and Jimmy representing the few and last of the “static” boyz.
Clean S2000 on Work CR-Ultimates.
Brendan on a last minute whim decided to show the Supra. Must be nice to have a sick car to show at Wekfest without planning it.
More photos of John’s Corvette because he was the closest to me in line.
My IS looks pretty clean even without a wash.
Glad we got to use the under passage to get into Wekfest this year because the other years we’ve been getting stuck on that small driveway into the grass fields.
Allen and his bagged 350z on Vishnu wheels rolled in all fresh and clean.
Another sick 350z from the Low n Slow crew all the way from Vegas.
The wide body kit and the wide Work Equips look great on this Z.
The owner of this C-West EVO was so polite and cleared out the driveway for others to get through smoother.
Arm making sure he doesn’t fuck up his rare Elixir front bumper.
Men going ape shit over this RX8 with a rotary swap.
Liberty Walk Charger from VIP Modulars. It looked like there were a slew of Liberty Walk Chargers at this show.
Brian and his freshly painted S2000 on Volk TE-37s.
That paint on this Subaru is fantastic.
Mikey’s Spoon inspired Porsche on Rotiform SIX.
Mikey’s Porsche twin, Darren’s GT3.
Yogi’s widebody GS representing Phaze 2 and BCD tofu.
Just like Japan, we had some show worthy cars out in the parking lot.
Drew’s LS400 from the LOWBALLERS.
Kyoei and Air Runner brought out an array of their infamous VIP cars.
They also brought out this model who looks like she got a set of bags installed too.
Perfectly executed Odyssey from Style 63.
Our friend Lawrence showed with us and brought out his E28 on BBS RS. He had some trouble with his master cylinder going out, but luckily we were able to get him some fluids in time for him to roll into the show.
Mike Vo from MV Wrap’s Black Pearl LS. Pretty amazing what he has done to this car with everything about this car fully customized by himself.
Chris from Outcast Garage’s G35 on AIM wheels(yes, AOL instant messenger(yes, only 90 kids will get it)(yes, a side note within a side note).
Heather and Nat seeing how they’ll look as MILFs in the future with our ‘Scribble’ dad hats.
Angelo is ready for the awards.
As the awards were being announced, I went around to get photos just because there wouldn’t be a crowd.
Perfection in this S2000.
Tommy’s LS460 from Infinitewerks.
Central Pine bringing the heat with their Japan VIP inspired Q45s.
So much static, so much camber and so much wow.
The roll out begins.
Mikey’s LS430, still crazy to see this thing roll.
It was a good day full of good vibes and interesting situations such as Nimo getting kicked out for having alcohol in his red cup, some stalker guy coming by the booth looking for Hayle, people drawing on the show cars because of the dust and knowing this was the last show that Wekfest will have it at the Queen Mary made it an eventful day. So long Queen Mary, it was fun having a car show by the water, but I’m not going to miss your shitty driveways and dried up grass.