Event: Wekfest 2012 – Fort Mason, San Francisco v.4 – Honda Time

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As I wind down the Wekfest SF 2012 coverage, I was debating throwing everything I had into one final post.  As I was going through the shots though, I realized I had a little too many for one post.  So, in the sake of saving some time, I decided to split them up in to two posts.  I saw though, that the majority of what I had left were photos of Honda’s!  Which is actually pretty cool because now I have enough for a Honda specific post.  If you’re a fan, then this will be a must to check out.  There were so many nice Honda builds at the show and I hope I got to see most of them.  Click past the break for a good sample of what was there.

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This bagged S2000 was sitting as low as it could on a clean set of Volk CE-28’s.  If the J’s front end wasn’t enough, the custom molded rear fenders should do that trick.  Spectacular body work.

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This EK is no stranger to the scene, although this time the colors are much different than usual…

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The red, white and blue theme looks great.  Captain America style.  The COP conversion is getting very popular for the B-Series engines.  I wonder if the benefits are worth the cost and work involved.

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I’d have to say that this is probably the coolest Hybrid in California at the moment.  Slammed Honda Insight on red TE-37’s?  Yeah, can’t get much cooler than that.  Plus it’s got a pair of Recaros!

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I saw this Integra at Eibach last year, but I think it might have had a BYS front bumper back then.  Regardless, it’s still looking awesome.  I’ve always been a fan of the JDM front end.  It’s so drastic that it really does change the appearance of the entire car.  Looks like there’s a Go-Pro attached to the windshield – I’ll have to search for a video!

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One of many clean S2000’s at the show.  I’m really amazed at how well executed these builds are.  I really appreciate the time that went in to each one.  I think this one would look great with a set of Craft Square mirrors.

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This CRX was at last year’s Eibach meet as well, however, the front bumper was stock!  It’s now got a much more aggressive front end, complete with fender flares.  I like it!

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When I posted that shot of the yellow Integra, remember how I said I used to drive a car just like it in Initial D, only in white?  Well, it was just like this one!  This was by far my favorite Integra at the show.  A really classic styled build.

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This CR-Z was posted up near the front of the first building at Fort Mason.  It’s seen here with it’s Integra friend.  Mugen or Rega – which do you like best?

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I was pretty stoked to see this car make the trek all the way from So-Cal!  This coupe has always been a big inspiration to me.

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This EG on white, two-piece SSR’s was looking pretty unique.  I really like the color – it was a close match to the 4 door Integra it was parked next to.  Looks like the people in this shot were having a good time!

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This EK had all the right ingredients.  At this point in the day, they had finally started letting people into the show, as you can see by the large crowd gathering in the aisles.  I’m lucky I could get such a clear shot!

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Yet another great Integra build – I think the front splitter looks really good!

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This EG was at the BLOX booth, tucked away in the back.  A pretty simple looking hatch, but very clean.

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I’ll end the Wekfest Honda post with this shot of a super green S2000 with a carbon top and Rotas.  Like that? haha  Looks like the guy on the left is floating or something.  Anyway, this post will be a good transition into the final coverage of Wekfest SF.  I’ll try and wrap the coverage up tomorrow morning – if not, expect another super late post like this one.  This show was way more than I expected – in a good way.  Stay tuned and thanks for visiting!

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