Got some more shots done tonight! Like I said from the last post, this one was gonna be another Cars and Coffee post, but this time, it’s in Fresno, CA. The cars here are definitely none comparable to other Cars and Coffee events, but given the relatively small size of Fresno, it’s really not a fair comparison between the bigger cities. With that said, there were some very decent rides at the event, but I’ll just let the photos do the talkin’.
Second part to my C&C SF coverage is now live! Please note that I didn’t get all the cars that were in attendance, but I did manage to get the majority of it. Also, I hope you guys are not tired of C&C coverage yet cause I have more photos to post up from a separate event, so stay tuned! With that said, enjoy these photos!
I’m about a week late on it but I’ve finally gone through with some of my photos that I shot last weekend, so I’m gonna be unloading them here on the blog in the next few days. First up are some shots I took at the “first” official Cars & Coffee meet for the city of San Francisco. Overall, the turn out was pretty good, the weather was great and there were a few “notable” cars in attendance. But of course, this meet doesn’t compare to some of those in Southern California. Nevertheless, this was a great first event for the city and I hope they will continue to do this on a monthly basis. With that said, here’s the first batch of photos for you guys to feast your eyes on. Enjoy!
This past weekend have been pretty busy for me as I was attempting to get coverage of TWO Cars & Coffee events and also a car show out in Central California. But before I get into all that, I wanted to get this special post up cause this Caddy is way too bad ass and it deserves its own post. Normally, I’m not a huge fan of air suspension but this eGarage CTS-V looks absolutely amazing slammed to the ground. Not to mention those HRE S101 really sets the car off so damn nice.
Posted some photos of this gorgeous Mark X earlier this year, but here’s some fresh shots of it I stumbled upon while browsing the web. Nothing’s really changed on it but I honestly don’t think it needs any changes…the Meisters and the stance are just perfect on it.
On the day of the RWB #12 unveiling, there was a very special car that showed up to the Fatlace Paddock and I happened to capture it on camera…I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves…Hope you guys enjoy!
Just to give perspective on how much wider the RB kit is…..check out the spacers needed to fit the Volk TE37 Ultras sized at 20×12!
This past Wednesday on June 18th 2014, Fatlace/Illest unveiled the #12 RWB porsche on U.S. soil. I was actually at work still at the time of the unveiling but was able to make the last hour of the event and get some shots off for the blog. So, without further adieu, I present the RWB USA #12.
The car was so new that the Rauh-Welt windshield banner was still in application mode that’s seen in some of the photos…