More popular in the stance scene of things Canibeat hosted their annual First Class Fitment car show at the secluded Princeton Airport in New Jersey. A show where all the Stance Crazies, Wheel Whores, Camber Gangs and Fitment Crew in the game can get their shine on and mingle with the choppers and jets.
I had so much fun covering Wekfest East. The day just wasn’t long enough, I hope you all enjoyed the photos from this event and what was going to be a 4 part coverage turned out to being only 3 parts due to alot of tossed out photos. If you did not see a photo of your whip I guess it was one of the unlucky ones that didn’t make the cut simply because it may have came out too blurry for display.
First I would like to start off by saying thankyou to everyone that is tuned in and subscribed to JDM-Culture. Special thanks goes out to our photographer Yomar for capturing this event and bringing coverage from Orlando Fl. My goal is to showcase this lifestyle that we’re all living from all across the nation for everyone to see what others are doing around the world. We all like to see new things and gain insights on all of the endless possibilities of what next to do to our rides. We admire the works of others while trying to make our own stand out among the crowd, to be the first to do it and to make an impression on others.
The most highly anticipated event of the year has made it’s way to the east coast at the New Jersey Convention & Expo center, Wekfest! Here it is folks what you all have been waiting for and I present to you all part 1 (ONE) of 4. Yes i said it, there will be 4 parts to this coverage since I have flooded my camera with over 300 pictures from this event. Please keep coming back and check on the site as I will be dropping more pictures within the next couple of days.
Despite the rainy weather the event brought out all the makes and models that we all like to see, some old school players in the game and the younger generation all gathered in one location to showcase their hard worked on projects. We all have our own taste and style, some keeping an open mind and others just like to see something of their own interest, whatever the case is this lifestyle and car culture is always about coming together and enjoying what we all love.