As the year winds down and before everyone in the automotive world goes into SEMA Show mode, there are a few events that we look forward to. One of them is the Formula DRIFT finals, as well as the concurrent car show called Offset Kings, hosted by Fatlace. For years Fatlace has partnered with Formula D to handle the car show department, and some of you might remember when it was called Slammed Society, or Hellaflush. Contrary to what you may read on the Internet, it's not the fender flare nationals.
Parked right in front of the Fatlace booth were some sweet S-chassis cars with so much style, they'd convert even the most loyal missile-car advocate. In the vendor village, Toyota brought out the new 86 and a few other prominent Scion builds, including Ken Gushi's personal FR-S 10 Series dressed in TRD goodies. Johnny Humphrey embraces the vintage car life and brought out his recently completed S30 with a sexy Pandem widebody kit by TRA Kyoto.
If you're like us and enjoy LS or 2JZ motors hitting rev limiters in the background, and don't mind a little bit of tire smoke, Offset Kings is one of the coolest car shows to go to. Fatlace's last stop of the year is in Shiga, Japan, but if you're not able to make that, be sure to check out Fatlace's website for next year's schedule. You can count on us to be there.