Deeds Not Words!!!
Extreme Autofest Sunday June 10, 2012 Anaheim, California Extreme Aufofest pulls together people of all styles. All types of automotive enthusiasts come together to enjoy one another's prescence. There were plenty of models scattered throughout the entire event. Cars of all types of makes and/or models as well as the lovely beauties (women) that are posing around every corner. The automotive builds are to the extreme, hence, EXTREME AUTOFEST. There were still cars that had conversions of all types. There were fully chromed out bling rides. There were hot rod builds. There were everything and anything that was and is being done in the automotive scene. I never get tired of seeing these fully restored and modified timeless classics. It's definitely not too often that we get to view these 1958 Impalas. Hoppo's Custom Suspension Works brought out and showed their awesome hydraulic setup. Lowriders also build show bicycles, or in this case, a dope tricycle. Lots of attention to details. Chrome is everywhere. The paint job is so detailed. The amount of work and time dedicated to this piece is extraordinary. Engraved. Chromed. Candied. Airbrushed. Whatever you look at, this car has something done to it. Even under the hood, there is an awesome mural painted. A matching bike to park by its side. The 1965 Buick LeSabre is an awesome looking, very long car. The above for photos are from the same crew. Pure awesome-ness. Sometimes, these El Caminos just look so cool! Plenty of EXTREME-ly modified cars were in attendance. With a show of this magnitude, would anyone dare say "Look at the size of those things?" Interesting conversion. An even more interesting beast. You can never go wrong cleaning up an Impala. XING TEA saved lives this hot day. Supplying us with natural tea made with pure cane sugar in many different flavors. No energy drinks needed here, however, if you really did need them, Rockstar was also in attendance hookin' it up. XING TEA is available at your local grocery stores as well as your quickie markets like 7-eleven. I would highly recommend the Mango flavored one, that's my favorite of the bunch. SPDV6 showed their converted SL. Such a nice look car. I love this build. Everything about it flows smoothly. If you love cars, you have to love crazy trucks too! Enkei RPF1 look good just on about any car. The Toyota Sienna vans are not very popular for tuning, but look at this one displayed at Megan Racing's booth. Ahh, lovely. VEILSIDE! This bike is so dope! The eyes on that fully sculpted metal skull are real working fog lights. Team Low N'Slow showed up with a full lineup of cars. Savini had a nice setup. Very large and in-charge. Very deep wheel indeed. Brake rotors... speechless. Another awesome reason to revisit the XING TEA booth. Refreshing everytime. It's refreshing to see some natural beauties that were fairly normal. Finally, sport bikes! Extreme?! I have no idea, but they do look fast! There was drift demos going on at this event as well, so if you are a drifting fan, you should have been there to take in all of this awesome-ness.