Northern California is a place where you'll find beautiful weather, dope cars, awesome people, and more importantly Wekfest. Every year we find ourselves heading to this wonderful part of California to attend the epic event thrown by the Weksos staff. Usually held in San Francisco, the 5th anniversary Wekfest show was relocated to the San Jose Convention Center to accommodate the large crowd expected.
The Weksos staff has a notorious reputation of gathering the best cars in the car show circuit. But if you weren't one of the thousands who made it out to the Bay area, don't panic! Super Street has got you covered. In no particular order here are the top builds from Wekfest San Jose.
ATS Garage Acura Integra
After a span of 10 years and multiple changes this Integra transformed from a garage queen to one of the best Integras we've seen in a long time. ATS Garage went above and beyond to make this Integra one hell of a show stopper.
Speed Element Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
While we love any Evo with Voltex parts, this one strays away from the cookie cutter Evo and went with a rare Varis body kit. The Laguna Seca Blue paint job and the Volk CE28Ns really make the car stand out amongst the rest. Under the hood is no joke either; with an engine that is producing close to 400hp it's a complete package and a breath of fresh air.
Liberty Walk BMW M3
Legendary super car tuner's Liberty Walk continues its domination in producing some of the best looking aero out there. \The LB M3 is no different. The aggressive fenders and the massive Work wheels are really something else. The owner's baller status level must be over 9000.
Black Spirit R Mazda RX-7
There's nothing out there that tickles our fancy like a clean RX-7. This particular one has a JDM Spirit R front bumper and is rocking some Regamaster wheels. We'd love to hear this one run. Brap brap brap!
RC'S Garage Red Acura Integra
Using only tasteful parts, the RC Garage Integra is a perfect blend of street and show. No Honda is complete without an insanely clean engine bay and this one does it in flying colors. Check out those individual throttle bodies!