In the hierarchy of car shows, Wekfest is difficult to outrank. Arrive on time or early, you're still likely to wait in line. Fortunately, the Los Angeles venue hasn't changed much and remains in the beautifully ghetto Long Beach, California, at the Queen Mary events park.
Fans will agree more times than not the wait is worth it. Skeptics might think they'll see the same cars they've seen for years on the California show circuit, but as soon as they step past security are confronted with a different reality. The Wekfest staff handpicks every car, some that aren't from California, and chances are there will be something new and exciting to see.
Josue Tovar from Arizona drove his rad Acura NSX sporting CCSNA1 fenders and rolling on custom re-barreled Sprint Hard CPRs tucked via Ksport air struts. Crooks and Castles brought an impressive array of vehicles, from an impeccably clean Honda CRX to the RWB Porsche completely redone to Crooks co-founder Rob Panlilio's preferences.
Not bad for a show that started at an underground garage in San Francisco, right? Wekfest has essentially become a concentration of tastemakers with wheels, engine bays, and overall builds. Enjoy the massive gallery and stay tuned for our favorite cars and girls article from the show!