I’ve been a return attendee of the CSUN meets since there conception. It seems every meet grows greater and greater. Genelle, and the rest of the club put on a fantastic hassle free meet. This one was easily double the size of the last they hosted, and minus a couple of idiots getting ticketed there was no hassle from the local police at all! Not to mention, some of the attendees won a free car wash, much like the Subaru in the cover photo.
I always love running into this white 350Z on VIP Modular wheels. I believe that it’s now on it’s third owner and though it has been raised a bit it still retains a monstrous demeanor that had more than a few people looking twice, and creating quite a crowd around the car at times.
While we are on the subject of monstrous demeanors… If you have read our coverage of Summers Last Stance you’ll remember me drooling over a pure function built RX7 FB put together by the mad genius Corbin Goodwin. Well we ran into Corbin again that night and with a better equipped camera setup we decided to give you guys a refresher of his gorgeous FB powered 5.0L V8, and a Fuel Gauge constructed with a Voltmeter, and lets not forget that speedometer on his hood. Nice touch to an already Frankenstein built car.
Hard parked on the other end of the lot we ran into this old Honda Civic wagon. Though the fitment on this car was on point I’m pretty sure what caught my attention was that formidable mustache on the hood. Does this car remind anyone else of Jamie Hyneman from MythBusters?
It’s been a while since I’ve run into this gorgeous MK5 GTI from EcoShine. Those Bentley rims are definitely a bonafide show stopper. This car is near perfect, and I just feel awful that my pictures do not, and can not do this car the justice it so rightfully deserves to receive. However, I cannot praise this build enough.
It was quite a surprise to see our boy Andrew Renteria turn out in his blue beauty of a bug-eye Subaru. It’s always a pleasure seeing this car in person. Little known fact, this was actually the first car Stance Stories ever shot at a meet, talk about a getting off to a running start! We’d give you more details on the car but then you wouldn’t have to read his upcoming feature here on Stance Stories!
Being a new GS300 owner myself I can’t get enough of them at meets. It’s always great getting some inspiration and ideas for your build, or how to set your build apart from the rest you’ve seen. This gorgeous GS400 was tucked among the crowd but definitely demanded a presence that had to be recognized.
What a surprise it was to run see Mr. Michael Teh at the meet! I haven’t seen this wide body SW20 in what seems like a million years. That is until his recent feature. Glad to see Mike’s car is finally getting the recognition it deserves!
Running into this bug-eye Subaru wagon is always a treat. While everyone is conforming with a set of RPF1′s on every car from STI’s to Eagle Talons homeboy decided to change the game with one of the most underrated wheels in the game today. The Enkei NT03+’s are some of the sickest wheels out there and it’s nice to see someone shares in my ideology.
This cute little NA-Miata rolled up just as we were switching to the other end of the lot. This project seems like it’s well on it’s way to something special and I would love to see it when it’s done, however the real story is that mysterious green blur hiding in the background of the photo.
AJ and I couldn’t believe our eyes, someone actually had the balls to roll to a public car meet…. In a fucking tank! Talk about breaking necks. I heard after I left one of LA’s finest tried to pull this thing over. Wonder how that went… With the exception of the Armenian in the black Lancer revving all night and a few other choice morons, the meet was a roaring success and as usual I can’t wait for the next event. This was definitely worth the traffic-packed drive from Hollywood to Porter Ranch and I’d be down to make it again if they pull off HALF the meet they generated last night. High fives all around for the kids from the CSUN-AE crew.
- Story by Alex Royt
- Photos by Alex Royt
- Edited by Alex Royt