Wekfest is still one of the premier car show series in the country. Perhaps, one of the dopest stops on the tour is in Texas. Over the last five years, the show has visited Dallas, Austin, and Houston, all killing it with a great community that comes together and shows its support for the car scene. The '15 Houston event was one of the biggest Wekfest events to date with more than 500 show cars. It definitely exceeded our expectations!
We're lucky to have friends over at Mayday Garage, in particular Danh Pham, who helped us seek out and photograph the hottest cars. There were simply too many photos to fit here in the mag, but be sure to visit superstreetonline.com for full coverage. However, we've selected the top 20 things that made us regret not attending the show ourselves!
1. Wekfest's official model and former Import Tuner cover girl, Tianna Gregory.
2. Spoon-themed S2000 along with Chan Le's "Prince of Rice" WRX. Neon is back?
3. Roy Moncada's freshly painted, widebody IS300. Damn, that's bright!
4. Texas native and SS girl Krstina Hong in her hometown. Howdy!
5. Because Supras never get old.
6. Vintage wood trunk with period-correct Playboy mags. We approve.
7. Dumped Audi S5 on Vossen wheels. Pretty clean!
8. Bruce Laureto's 280ZX lookin' tough.
9. Chen Huang brought his K-powered Mugen Integra Type R from hometown Iowa. He also made the trek to Wekfest L.A. earlier in the year. That's dedication!
10. More Nissan R32 Skylines are appearing in the States—five were at this show alone…
11. NA1 NSX rockin' bronze Volk Racing TE37s owned by John Peterson.
12. Khiem Pham's 2J-powered RX-7 on Gram Lights. Hot!
13. Another sweet RX-7, this one rocking the RE Amemiya widebody with Advan wheels.
14. Featured in Import Tuner in '14, Tom Syhachack's S2000 is still killin' it.
15. Digging the murdered-out theme on this Rocket Bunny FR-S.
16. Our buddy Nicole Leigh visiting from Cali.
17. Turbo, widebody, carbon-fiber goodness.
18. That, my friends, is a VW Lupo.
19. The owner goes by Tito, and his widebody STI sits pretty.
20. Up-and-coming girl Lyn Srinual.