Even before I got into the meet itself this cool low-ass EK caught my eye, it’s a perfect example of something you’d see rolling around southern California, but not something you’d really see at a full-on show.
But once I got inside things got real serious real quick. I’ve always loved the classic look of the DC5 chassis and this particular color combo of vivid blue on matte bronze Work CR was checking box after box as I walked around it.
Fantastic hot red EF on some extremely rare white tri-spoke Team SSR with polished lips.
The EG was the chassis that originally drew me to Hondas in the first place and were well-represented at the Extreme Dimensions compound like this one in the ubiquitous Aztec Green on three-piece Work VS-XX.
5th gen Accord wagon slammed on satin black Work VS-XX was looking seriously clean.
NV Us was thoroughly represented throughout the meet, primarily by FG2 and FA1 Civics on CST Hyper Zeros AKA MB Battles in the US.
It was technically a Honda meet, but dang it if a cute little NA Miata doesn’t find its way into every automotive gathering I attend. This guy was hammered over a set of low-pressure cast chrome Whistler KR1 that achieve that Rotiform look on an XXR budget.
I met up with my new buddy Chris who brought his Airrunner-bagged 8th-gen Accord squatting over Avant Garde M510.
Dayuum writer Chief’s ‘Darth Raider’ Element is untouchable at every event it shows up to. Tein basic coilovers, chrome DPE wheels, a full custom leather interior, and a hoodfull of ARC pieces make sure of it.
The owner of this imported RHD CB Accord on white Regamaster Evos was courteous enough to stop and pose on his way out before taking his extremely patient girlfriend back to work in Bakersfield!
It was great to have this kind of a meet just as show season around here is starting to build momentum, you get to see who’s ready and excited to bring their cars out for the year without having to pay the entry fee of a full on event like Wekfest or the Slammed Society showcase. This immaculate EP3 is a staple feature at the local shows and I love the drilled-out front bumper, speed holes!
Clean JDM-faced Integra on bronze Klutch SL1 with the sole GE-Fit in attendance sporting a Mugen front lip.
Overall it was a great meet with a nice laid-back atmosphere and a constant stream of cars coming and going throughout the morning, slowly crawling over and around the dips and speedbumps in the Extreme Dimensions lot.