I was pretty excited to attend Dubfest because it was going to be my first ever strictly Euro car based event. I'm not talking about only one specific brand but opened to every Euro make and model. Starting since 1999, Dubfest was and still is one of the events many Euro car owners mark as a priority to attend because of its event location and side activities that go along with the car show, such as Drag racing. There were tons of Euros and sponsors/vendors that made this event enjoyable to cover. Once in awhile, it's good for me to get out of the JDM scene and see how Euro owners mod their cars.
Just in case if you haven't read our 'About us' section or 'Info' section in our fanpage, I personally consider Euro cars as Imports because technically, they are 'imported' to the states, hence why I categorize Japan and European cars as Imports. I know both communities want to separate themselves, but I'm all about thinking positively and want every car enthusiast to become a family.
There were plenty of cars outside the showcase lot that were worth checking out.
Check out this slammed VW GTI truck.
Classic VW sitting pretty.
Cars were still rolling in at about 12pm.
Line of old school GTIs.
I just know these Wagons are olddd.
Ouuuu~~~ C63 AMG.
Not sure if the paint is stock, but I'm really digging the color.
I even liked the rare 5Zigens.
Now inside the showcase lot, first car near the entrance was this Jetta on Miro wheels.
Black Edition GT-R R35 coming out from the Drag strip...wait...uhh....why?
Good stance on ESM wheels.
Reason why I appreciate classic cars. So clean!
Not too many rides on these BBSs.
Liking the center finish.
Wow. Classic car on classic BBSs.
First time seeing those HREs.
Those two guys opened up a garage sale for the spectators and participants.
I should have asked the price for those Viennas...
Matte for the win.
If those are Impul Silhouette C1 wheels..legit!
For some reason, those wheels look like Super BBS RSs.
Oktoberfest coming up!!!!
Good to see a lot of Euro classic cars after JCCS.
Photographer from EuroTuner talking with Bernie.
Gawd this ride was sexy.
I remember seeing this Cube before it went through a paint job and body work. Came out pretty nicely.
Yes, it was moving.
Ah! Good to see this ride again.
Very unusual to see a car being raffled off.
Company called Syron.
These guys had some legit stuff.
So freakin beautiful.
So freakin beautiful x2.
So freakin beautiful x3.
You guys get the point. Nicely done VW Golfs.
Not Euro related but felt like taking a photo of this S2000 on VS-XXs.
Spotted this guy wearing Big Abe's limited edition t-shirt.
All these sexy beauties belong to one owner. Baller eh?
White on White + Shaved.
Company called MRR.
Lowered on VMR wheels.
I personally LOVE this setup. Unique, sexy, and fresh.
1 series on concave Advan wheels.
Heavy Hitters. Enough said.
I overheard the owners of these rides talking with the photographer from EuroTuner and found out they were from Mexico.
This was a sexy finish on Work Emotions.
Featured on some magazine.
I don't want to talk too much about what went on here, but there was a fight.
These mannequins looked better than some real life models! ... Just playing...or...am I...
I like all these wheels.
Work Euroline SLs blending very well.
Guaranteed to break necks.
Fully polished Benz wheels.
Good to be rich...
Red on Red.
JDM Glam's ride.
This Beetle got a lot of attention.
Wanna go surfing?
Get Closer judge...
TT on BBS LMs, equipped with AccuAir.
Photographer at the right from Ralphs.
I remember the MC talking about this R32 being raffled off. ..serious????
Whew! That was one heck of a long coverage. The weather wasn't too bad, so I had a pretty good time checking out these rides. Hope you guys enjoyed it as much as I did. Peace!