SPOCOM has been one of the biggest car events for consumers around the US. SPOCOM emphasizes on the younger generations and what the young generations want in their life. As one of the venders who join the event this year we find the overall atmosphere to be filled with a young and energetic crowd, visitors and venders. The vehicles that we have this year are all highly modified in performance or luxury perspective. We have showcased our LS470 from Endless Project member Nat and his ride has won the Best VIP and Best Lexus this year. His vehicle has a WALD body and custom interior that brings the luxury level of his LS to another level. A bagged suspension allows his vehicle sit perfectly flush on the floor. Custom painted engine bay has finished the dish with the best detail you can achieve from this vehicle and we truly love this car in our booth. Did we forget to mention our beautiful model Ashley has been working extra hard to promoting our booth and vehicle. We think her style that day perfectly spice up the ride! The show started at 4PM. We arrived at the show around 2PM to set up our booth setup. It is exciting to see all the show cars roll up and park at their prime spot for the show. There are guest visiting around the hall all the way till 10oclock. We have lots of great pictures of the cars this year. Make sure you take a look at the pictures we have below. We would like to thank everyone that checked out our booth at SPOCOM. We love going to SPOCOM because of all energetic vibe this event offers. If you love cars SPOCOM is an event you don’t want to miss. You can always check on SPOCOM website to find out the next events.
We were able to attend last Saturday’s event Extreme Dimension in Fullerton! We hope many of you were able to make it to show your support for their charity event that has been going on for the last 7 years. This year Extreme Dimension showed support for Fullerton Cares Autism Foundation, and this lead a great amount of vehicle to join the show. They showcased some of the latest car mods and varieties of wide bodies! Here are some of the pictures, and we hope you enjoy them as much as us. SPOCOM is coming up in July, and we hope to see you guys there again!
PICTURE FROM HOBBASWAGGLE from flickr
Mfest VIII, where should I even start? First off I am very, very, sad that this event is over. This is one event that I personally look forward to every year. It all started on a Thursday afternoon right when I got off of work. I started prepping the car for the trip up to Las Vegas. Once I had the car all waxed and everything packed inside it, it was time for me to get a good night’s rest for the long caravan in the morning, but like every year I was too excited to fall asleep! It was 4AM Friday morning where we made a quick stop at the gas station to fill up before our first meeting point at Krispy Kreme donut. Once we all gathered up at KK, we got some donuts and coffee for the road and headed to our next stop, Barstow! Barstow is where caravans from around United States all meet up at. Once everyone had arrived it was time to head out to GoldRush, take a few more pictures and then line up to get ready to drive up to Las Vegas! It is an indescribable feeling when a few hundred BMW’s are lined up in front and behind you all in a straight line. Once we were all in a straight line, we pulled over to the side of the road and got a few pictures and let the Helicopter in the air do its thing. For some, when we arrive in Las Vegas, the journey ended and headed back home, and for some, like myself and my crew, stayed the weekend. We knew it was going to be one epic event! The first night we all headed over to the drag strip and put our cars on the line to prove who can walk the walk and talk the talk. The next day was when all of us gathered up again at the Las Vegas speed way, and it was track day! The weekend was epic to say the least. I am still very tired, but also very sad that it is over. Until next year Mfest, we will meet again. Here are some pictures of the whole event and some more on Instagram also! @K2Motor