Let me first start off by saying what a weekend. I think I just now got caught up on sleep. It started for me by flying up to Sacramento red eye Thursday. I drove my girlfriend and her E30 back to LA the next day late just to get home in time to catch some sleep (3 hours) before Saturday morning.

I met up with a couple of WFC (wrongfitmentcrew.com) members at 6:30am in Westchester/LAX area.

From there we cruised in right before 7:00am at the parking lot where the meet would take place. We met up with the rest of the WFC hoping to be the first ones there. The Lowballers/RoyalOrigin/Hoodrats beat us out. They already had an eazyup stationed and chairs out haha.

Here’s some of the WFC cars. The Wrongfitmentcrew includes all kinds of cars, but as you can see the best fitted Subies are a part of the crew.

HF8 x WFC video via Jbax

My friend’s 05 STI right here. He recently started doing his own alignments. We’ve both switched over our subies with meatier tires fully tucked in the last few months. It’s something that a STI just looks right doing. He was super juiced to get an Approved sticker from Mark.

This is one of my good friend’s car repping Lowballers and WFC.

I took this photo at 8:30am. Wall to wall cars and people before the start time of 9:00am. If you didn’t get there early like we said then you weren’t going to find parking. The overflow of cars and people in the local area was crazy. I would imagen Santa Monica made quite a few thousand dollars this day.

Right away I noticed this E30 parked close by. I’ve seen it at Socal events before. I’m an E30 nutt so I couldn’t help snapping away. He does some pretty awesome fender work as you can see.

Rob’s 2002 that I filmed before came out from Sactown. This thing is so raw (literally) and fresh.

The FTLC crew truck was all set up and ready to rock stickers and shirts all day long. Mark and Max taking a break.

The Fatlace Q45/Cima was parked close by.

A couple of brown VIP style Lexus were in attendance.

This awesome Carrera was awesome. Yep I said it… AWESOME!

A few S2000’s came out and showed us how fitment was done whether it was meatyflush… or hellaflush

If you say fitment, stretch, or poke you know at least a few VW’s will show up.

This Levin was flawless.

Several Lexus’ came out from VIP style to Drift inspired or just super dumped.

This E36 stood out to me. It just showed how clean/simple a car can be with a little OEM+ mods and lots of low.

I saw a number of Zilvian’s throughout the day. One of them was even rocking Mark’s original Jline DriftUnit wheels.

Miata’s were coming though rolling millimeters from the ground.

This Mini was really standing out on Rotiform wheels.

The G35 sedans were doing big things. I love these cars.

I didn’t forget about you old trusty Toyota’s that made the trek to HF8.

I hung around until about 3:00pm and cars were still rolling through up to the end. This was one epic meet no doubt. I’m glad there is still insanely big meets like this free for everyone to enjoy. We put on shows throughout the year all over Cali and beyond hosting just the illest fitting cars, but it’s nice just to enjoy a good old car meet at the beach with all kinds of random rides coming out.

Oh and lastly… the DONK!