Night-Import: Photography by William Lee
As we all know, Southern California is known for major events, such as Formula D, Redline Time Attack, Eibach Honda Meet, etc.
But it is also known for local meets and I'm not talking about 5~10 cars or a parking lot packed with stock cars.
I'm talking about underground parking structures, supermarket lots, forbidden areas, and even mountains being packed with modified cars.
What's really exciting about these meets is not knowing what kind of cars are going to roll in. It's always a surprise and even if you don't see a Aston Martin or a Ferrari Enzo, you'll see plenty of nicely modded cars from your area or people who will drive 2~3 hours just to talk with automotive enthusiasts and check out rides.
On Tuesday, our friends Elite-Autosports 'brought back' the Krispy Kream Tuesday meets in Burbank, CA. Few years ago, if there was a meet you had to attend without any questions, it was the Krispy Kream Tuesday meets. I'm not trying to exaggerate myself, but think about 300 cars parked at a plaza lot. This meet was legendary before it got raided by cops. After the notice of "do not come back", the Krispy Kream meet became history and no one expected it to come back; however, after things got settled, Elite-Autosports decided to re-open the gates to the legendary Krispy Kreme meet.
As expected, there were tons of cars and the behavior level was good enough to call it a 'great' meet.
Lighting, cars, people, food... everything about this meet was awesome.
Cars rolling in and in and in! Ready for some single car shots?
One reason why I enjoy going to meets is because of the open invitation to any makes and models. You'll be seeing a diverse crowd of cars, such as VIP's to street modified cars.
Nicely fitted VW GTI.
Unique wheels indeed.
Seen it before and LOVE the wheel color.
While I was busy taking some photos, one of the cars I've featured in the past, Levon's Stripper Pole G35 rolled in to test fit my newly done wheels. This is random, but I want to share this photo of how insane the offset is. The quarter panels of this G was pulled and flared.
A small hint of my wheel fitment progress. Now back to the cars!!!
The crowd was getting bigger.
S14 in style.
Talk about being clean and fitted. This ride grabbed all the attention.
Clean, Simple, and Sexy. Whoever you are, good job.
JDM license plate.
I will Royally Flush your ride.
Team Royal Flush.
I've never seen this FD before.
626 peepz at the right.
We've seen the Random Spolight feature of this car on our site.
Awarded Best of Stance at Wekfest.
Quarter panel work on this s2k was money.
Someone was talking about a LS1 in this truck. No clue.
215/35/18's wrapped on a 18x10 wheel. You can actually see the barrel between the lip and the tire's sidewall.
Stay tuned! We got a Spotlight feature coming up!
Another ride which will be featured on our site.
RPF1's on a VW.
BBS LM equipped Audi.
Sexy a$$ shot of a SC.
Too Vitzy~ (TeamVitz)
Low N Slow member Noel rolling out with his G.
Steezy it is.
Johnny and Karina's ride from Team Sciontific.
MyImportFashion. Models + Cars = ?
I'm telling you guys, if you're hungry at meets, you HAVE to come to this one.
Stop and check the sexiness.
Carlos's Z. The guy at the back is loving the stance.
Low N Slow baby! WOOT!!
Just for fun, but my wheel in front of Carlos's Z.
Ted's EK, which got featured on OpenClutch.
I heard there were few more luxurious high-end cars that rolled in, but overall, this meet was a huge success. Once again, great job Elite-Autosports. Check these guys out if you need ANY aftermarket parts for your ride.