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!
Some car owners/enthusiasts just like to slap on whatever parts they can get their hands on and call it a day. There’s no thorough planning or thoughts put into their build, and their car tends to end up as a quantity over quality build. Well, that is definitely not the case for this amazingly clean NSX from The City by the Bay. This NSX is rocking a host of ballin’ goodies which includes a set of iconic, BBS LMs, matching red Bride driver and passenger seats, and full titanium exhaust amongst many other parts. Enjoy.
Final part of MoMoHitsTheSpot!’s coverage of Japan Relief Gathering. I know there’s a lot of cars that I missed, but I was really just enjoying myself that day and wasn’t really concentrating on snapping photos of every car…..I know for a fact that I missed the whole ATS crew. Sorry! But I hope you guys enjoyed the coverage that I did have.
Here is the first part of MoMoHitsTheSpot!’s coverage of the April 3rd Japan Relief Gathering held in San Francisco. It was a great day of beautiful cars, weather, and a perfect view of the San Francisco Bay. But most importantly…..it was a day where Bay Area enthusiasts gathered for a great cause, I tip my hat to everyone who came out and showed support to the devastated country of Japan.