I’ve met the owner of Swine Eleven Senor Wesley back in 2014 at a Tampa car show. He didn’t have the typical Porsche as most owners do. At the time all I saw was a Mint color roll cage, and a matching bike on the roof. I mean it wasn’t all that revolutionary but seeing that on a gorgeous white GT3? Yeah pretty badass in my eyes.
Well about a year ago he acquired a pretty beat up 993. I think it was the perfect car for him since he’ll be redoing the whole interior with his own style and giving the outside a much needed polish. He worked day in and day out (when the wife allowed it) getting it ready for the road. Missing each deadline you can tell he was eager to get it ready for the 2019 year.
Titan Motorsports annual Open House event was it’s reveal show and boy did it get some attention. As soon as we finished setting up the Highwaystar Booth I b-lined to the front and started snapping his 993. It just looked so perfect sitting on gold face CCW Classics. From what Wesley told me was its original paint, he decided against because he knew it would get driven hard and worrying about the paint isn’t what he wanted to deal with. Paint just needed some elbow grease to make it pop again. Interior he went with a color that is rare to find in the states like the Mint color that’s in his GT3. Ruby Red is gleaming in the back on the roll cage and a pair of Recaro’s with its back painted as well. Interior pieces stitched in double ruby red as well. As you can see he don’t play around with his Porsche’s.
Anyways, enough babbling enjoy the few snaps of both of his beauties. Hope to see them around soon.
What a perfect way to start the 2019 year with a gorgeous sunny hot winter sunday with a bunch of Porsches. Every year I tend of forget about this meetup, but thankfully I was reminded to mark my calendar and not to miss it. Parked at a garage building as soon as we came down the stairs to the ground level we were greeted by a row of bright colors, totally untouched 1970’s Porsches. Coupes, convertibles, speedsters, 911’s, bright orange, blue, it was insane seeing them all in one row. The next street, there was a row of the popular 80’s 90’s 911’s. It was just an overload of car enthusiast juice, there were rare 930 turbos, 993’s, 964’s in 1/100 in the world with color combos. It was pure heaven to see rare and rarer Porsches, like the Singer DLS. Yes the 1.8 million Singer DLS was there in all its glory. That vehicle alone I stood in awe for 30+ mins absorbing every curve, vent, material, colors, just everything about it. I’ll stop rambling and let the pictures speak for themselves, as always enjoy them and show some love.
Back in 2015, I had a chance to see Evasive’s first version of the Time Attack Smurf with the Voltex aero love, HKS supercharger, gorgeous roll cage, it was just a perfect S2000 build/goals. How could it get better? How can someone top a perfect balance of looks and speed to an S2000.
Evasive has been teasing us for a few weeks that Voltex Racing newest aero kit will come to the US for its SEMA reveal. The above video came out during SEMA week and it just gave me goosebumps on what to expect when seeing it in person.
We finally got to the booth and the Smurf did not disappoint. It’s not a widebody kit, its a hugeeeebody kit. It’s insane how wide the new Voltex Racing kit is. The front splitter, the fenders, the spoiler, oh man oh man, after snapping pictures I just stopped and looked at it more, seeing the vents in the fenders, the bumps and shape of the rear quarter panels, it just oozes fast on the track. Good thing it’s already equipped with a TODA 2.3L stroker engine, HKS SC kit, OS Giken 7speed sequential trans, this will scoot. Enough talking, enjoy the pictures and show some love. More SEMA coverage coming throughout the month!
The Eibach Meet’s have always been an iconic meet back in sunny SoCal. Dating back to 2004, the meet has almost always been hosted at Eibach’s own company grounds. With every successful year the Eibach crew achieved the cars kept getting better and better. I sadly missed the meet when I lived in Cali as I was heading to FL that year.
Thankfully someone at Eibach decided to bring that energy and excitement in the Honda community to the East Coast. With the first event held last year in Orlando, Fl at the UTI Campus, it was a huge success. I sadly didn’t make it to last year’s event because I was in the hospital. This year thankfully my liver and I weren’t dying so I polished up the old girl, packed the cooler, chairs, and gf to our first Eibach Meet. Plenty of clean Honda and Acura’s from old to newest were there. I’m proud of our FL Honda scene here, we have much to learn from the mecca of the Cali scene, but we’re heading to the right direction. I’ll let the pictures do the rest of the talking.
What a way to end the year with an awesome show like Wekfest. This is my 2nd year attending and plenty of amazing builds, with a lot of them seeing for the first time. With this show concentrating more on the builds you definitely saw a much higher caliber of builds than most shows that Florida hosts. A lot of people bring their A game to this, with plenty of unique and creative takes on cars. Not going to bore you with the details, so i’ll let my photos speak for themselves. I guess we’ll see what 2018 holds for me, The Rolex is up in the air for me right now, hopefully I can get in again but it’s not looking in my favor. Thank you so much everyone that has peeked through my post and photos, it does mean a lot. Till next time.
It’s been a quite year on the photography side of my life. I’ve had lots of personal events happen to me throughout the year, not to go too much into detail but I almost died do to some issues with my liver. But here I am, alive, strong, and ready to get back to what I love doing. For this year’s Simply Clean it would be 11 months since I’ve done anything with my camera. Had to break in the new year with a good piece of glass to rent. I’ve always wanted to try out Sigma’s Art Series Lenses, so I picked up their 35mm Art Lens and wow it is amazing! I wish I had the USB lens dock to further calibrate the lens to my 1Dmark3 but it worked really well out side of the box. Sadly the weather didn’t play 100% so it kept wanting to focus on the clouds on the paint of the vehicles. Plus being almost a year out of practice it took a few dozen shots to get back into groove of things.
The event itself though was amazing, I think this year I saw more friends than ever. I can’t thank Nickoli enough for creating this event and making it better and better every year. Since the first event I always felt I was home surrounded by friends with one passion. Enough of me blabbing, expect one more coverage next month for Wekfest. Again, enjoy the snaps!
Wekfest has been a big name for car show events for a number of years now. Most of you have seen coverages of their San Francisco / San Jose event and has seen some amazing car builds the west coast has to offer. Wekfest back in 2011 started a USA tour to bring true car enthusiast together under one roof and show off actual full car builds rather than seeing wheels, bags, and calling it a day. I was honored by the Wekfest staff to show off my own build at the event. It’s far from a full build from what I saw at the event but it is slowly getting there. Lots of mixture of vehicles the Wekfest staff choose for the event and I think it was a great way to end the year. Hopefully I caught enough of the show so you guys can see how many awesome builds us East Coast enthusiasts have brewing. Till next time guys which I think will be for Rolex 2017. Enjoy the pictures and show some love like always.
It’s been awhile everyone! Well, to the one or two who still follow this site. I don’t blame you, but thank you for still sticking around. Hopefully I’ll be updating this a little more as there are a few events coming up.
Well this past weekend I attended this year’s Clean Culture Meetup at the West Palm Beach convention center. Quite a bit different from the other events this year so far. it was different as I didn’t have to wake up at 6am to get ready and drive a few hours out to the meet location. It started at a sun high’s afternoon at 3pm, so I took a nice morning to check over the car and then at noon I set off to SoFL. Thankfully as I just got off the Florida Turnpike my good friend Sparky from Cloud9ab just got there as well. I pulled the good ole I know so-n-so inside to the front person at the gate to go on through. It was a good meet overall, it’s been a few months since my last car meetup thing, so it was good to get out clean the ole girl and show off for a bit. Enjoy the set everyone!
2016 so far as been a great start for my camera. It’s been snapping away like crazy and this past weekend was no short of that. I packed up my Audi, aired up, and headed north to Chattanooga, TN for the first annual Riverside Car Meet. This was my first time in Chattanooga and the 9 hour driver was well worth it. I just want to thank the whole staff, I usually don’t travel this far for a first car show/meet, but the over 4 month of planning I knew it was going to be a big deal. Plus the location was an awesome idea for holding about a 100 top of the line cars with vendors.
I’ll get into the show next post, this right now is about the quick little pre-meet friday evening on a long hill street. Pretty awesome to see 40-50 cars on one long street and amazing food and drinks over at The Bitter Alibi. Enjoy the pictures everyone, I’ll be post the main meet pictures next week.
This past week Titan Motorsports open their doors for their annual open house. Every year, Titan Motorsports holds a dyno show, car show, and bikini girl show…what better way to spend a gorgeous florida Saturday? Lots of nice car’s this year inside the Titan compound, especially my boy’s S2000. Good thing I didn’t take Summer, she would have been jealous and looking at me mad that she isn’t looking that good. It was a bit weird driving my newly bagged Audi Avant for the first time to a car show and leaving my S2000 in the garage. Enjoy the pictures everyone.