Event: Wekfest 2012 – Fort Mason, San Francisco v.5 – Final

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It’s now been over a week since Wekfest SF and I’m still finding myself pouring over pictures from the event! I think I’ll just combine the few pictures I have left in this post to wrap up the coverage.  Typically people start losing interest in shows after the first couple days, but I gotta say, Wekfest traffic hasn’t slowed at all!  In fact, I’m still getting almost as many hits per day as when the first part of our coverage dropped.  That’s some bay area love right there.  Click past the break to see what everyone has been talking about.

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I was pleasantly surprised to see not one, but two R33’s on display.  Something you don’t see too much of in the states, other than at car shows.  I’m always down to get up close and personal with a Skyline.

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Can’t get much more variety than what you see in this shot here!  Toyota, Nissan and Subaru.  The guys at Weksos did a great job in selecting the display cars, making sure there was a good mix of each model.

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You can see how tightly packed the cars were in the buildings at Fort Mason.

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Random shot of a well dressed man on his iPhone. I think I may have pressed the shutter accidentally, but I like the way the Lexus looks.

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The front end of the purple Kouki I posted earlier.  Looks like it gets driven often – I like it.

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Emperor and Speed Element had some of the best EVO builds I’ve ever seen on show.  This red one looks great with matching red Weds SA-55’s.

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Another great EVO on TE-37 SL’s and loaded with quality parts.  I like the gold accents in the bay.

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This Lexus was looking sexy as hell.  I’m not even sure what kind of wheels those are, but they look great.  I like the slight angle on the spokes.

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Another Kouki that looks like it puts in some time.  We both really liked this too.  I have a thing for the track look, especially on Nissans…well, actually on any car.

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I really like this shot and was debating on whether or not to use it for the opening pic.  I ended up not because I have a cool feature on a different RX-7 coming up tomorrow!

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The only two wheeled vehicle on display!  From what I saw anyway.  I don’t think anyone was expecting to see a motorcycle, but this one was pretty sweet.  I had to stop Angie from trying to ride it away…

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GT-R on BBS – never a bad combo…

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A show regular from down south, always down to see this car.  Doesn’t seem like much has changed since last time I saw it though.

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This Cedric was one of the more less common sedans at the show for sure.  You don’t see too many of these here, especially looking like this!

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I’ll end the final coverage with one of the most unique cars at the show.  This Miata rocking a Pit Crew front end conversion.  It also looks like it had some really hard to find products from Japan – from Garage Vary and Project-G.  It’s a bit sinister looking on the BBS RM’s too.  Good stuff!  That’s all I got from San Francisco!  I’d like to say one more thank you to everyone involved in making this show happen – I’m looking forward to attending another one in Long Beach soon!  Thanks for visiting!

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