Through the years, Seattle has some what become a second home for me. I’ve made friends up there that I now consider family and I have gotten familiar with their car scene. I knew it was just a matter of time before the infamous Wekfest showcase made it’s way up to the Pacific Northwest. This was the first time the show has made it up there but it will definitely not be the last. Builds of all kinds showed up on Sunday morning, from lifted and supercharged Tundras, to lowriders, to timeless Datsun wagons. You name it, the show had something for all automotive enthusiasts. It was a a sight to see (and hear) groups of boosted Hondas, Skyline GT-Rs, and others smashing through the I-90 tunnel on the way to CenturyLink Field. People drove from near and far to be part of this first ever Wekfest gathering in the PNW, some drove down from Canada, others drove up from Southern California. Overall, I think it was a very successful inaugural event and I look forward to see what the PNW brings to the showcase in the future.

I arrived at CenturyLink early Sunday morning and was able to catch a lot of the cars rolling in. One of the first cars that showed up shortly after I arrived was Brandon’s S15. If I could own an S15 in California, this is the perfect example of the type of build it would be.

It was good to see Ray from Garage Autohero and his extremely clean Datsun 510 wagon.

The Low Lows.

Austin’s FD was one of my personal favorites from the show.

Another one of my favorites was this Nissan Stagea. This was the first time I was able to see a Stagea in person, it’s such an interesting and awesome car.

The perfect pair.

There were so many good NSX builds.

Wii’s DC5 left me speechless. The attention to detail on his build left no bolt unturned.

I am a fan of Yoshi’s polished CEs.

It’s easy to see why this S2K won S2000 of the festival.

Washington has A LOT of Subarus.

Well there’s something you don’t see everyday.

Enjoy the rest of the photos as much as I enjoyed this CRX.