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.
Flickr Hi-Res Wekfest 2016 Set
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!
Flickr Hi-Res Clean Culture 2016 Meetup Set
(This is the first in a long small series of my SEMA coverage. Like I said before, I took so many pictures this time around.)
Before you is a prime example on making a gorgeous 1930 Model-A Coupe Rat Rod and finding the right trailer to take it to show off. So happens the guys over at Hogie Shine found that perfect hauler. A 1953 Ford COE was built just in time for SEMA, with the same gorgeous paint theme as the Coupe. It’s a bit of a frankenstein build however, with a modern Dodge chassis, Cummins Diesel powerplant, and full air ride system.
I was glad I came through early Monday morning as it was just me and this big bertha, I was there for a few mins trying to take in everything I’m seeing. It’s just a gorgeous piece of art. It be hard for me to even take off the Coupe to go riding around. Enjoy the set everyone, more coming soon!
Full Flickr Shiny Patina Hogie Hauler Set
Finally was able to finish my photos of the Rolex 24 2014, can’t wait till next year to do it all over again.