Night-Import: Photography and Words by William Lee
The continuous success of OC (Orange County) Food Truck Car Meet since day one left a positive impression to every automotive enthusiast and the popularity of this meet reached its peak. It's more than the facebook invites, but the spread of word that makes everyone know about this meet to come and eat foods from the top Food Trucks in SoCal. As always, Johnny Ho hosted this meet, but for the first time, Team SupaStar collaborated with John to re-launch Tab Tuesday, a well-known car meet that started years ago. Because of the two teams helping out each other to create the 4th OC Food Truck Car Meet, the turnout was absolutely amazing.
I arrived a bit early to check the place out and the location was big enough to accommodate hundreds of cars.
Dos Chinos, Sushi Truck (forgot the name, but heard it was dam good), and Piaggio were the first Trucks at the meet.
One of my favorite MR2's came early and got the perfect spot.
Around 7:30pm, the sun went down and cars were starting to come in.
Lee from JDM Sport started to promote his company by giving out free stuff. Make sure to check them out!
It's been awhile since I've seen John's LS. Good to see him and the car again.
Line of classics! I see these guys rolling together pretty often.
A few fitted rides at the meet.
One of the cleaneset tC's in SoCal. Project Mu BBK's, Work Varianza wheels, etc.
Loving the rear tire stretch.
Ommar's xB from Team SupaStar.
I see this hellaflush VW CC more at meets than events. Me like.
Eric's ride is full of win.
Justin's Civic always looking good.
Tons of Civics at the meet.
Celine's Smart on Work Meister's. Yeap, you read it correctly.
Clean Clean Clean.
Charles's custom wideobdy s2k. Check out his feature here.
Not too aggressive, but right on point.
I call this ride the Carbon Fiber madness Civic.
Rick Rosales's RHD Accord wagon, the one we interviewed with regarding Vehicle Import Legality.
Liking the style!
Dam it's small...talk about saving gas.
Team SupaStar has a lot of wagon owners for sure.
Talina's hellaflush approved Cube.
Simple and clean looking Cressida.
Classic M3 in style.
Always a fan of these discontinued Volks.
Really well done classic.
Some classic muscle's in the house.
Not too common to see fitted Rx-8's.
Brendan eating in front of his Supra.
Meaty but sexy.
Fast & Furious! Just playing. Everyone was acting pretty good except a Mustang that wanted to show off its exhaust sound and a Civic that was bumping up music throughout the whole meet. Photo of that car at the end.
MR2 guys came out in good numbers.
JDM Sport doing their thing.
Lines were long, especially DogZilla. You know why?
There you go.
Ok..I'm getting hungry...
Lines were getting longer and longer..
Jason (owner of the Takata Green S14) talking with his friends.
I was walking around the lot at the far end to see some other cars and came across this clean s2k.
Buddy Club/Forged Racing/etc. sponsored Fit.
Chihuahua and a Pitbull(?) mix. Thought it was cool.
Claim from Firm 400 and Lee from JDM Sport.
The clean tC rolling out.
People still in line.
and lastly, the Civic that didn't know how to turn off its radio.
The next Food Truck meet is coming up very soon, so until then, eat up!