Photos by: Yomar Lopez – Joseph Dale
In this photo you get a good idea of the layout again. The hotel surrounds the actual lot that the pre approved cars are parked. So you can pretty much enjoy the show and look at the lot from your front door.
The whole idea of pre approved parking has been worn out pretty hard in 2015. But the Simply Clean team sends out care packages with approval which includes a mirror hanger, air freshener and a decal. Which adds a little exclusivity to the whole process.
Simply Clean is pretty good about their selection process. For the most part the selections were solid in the parking lot.
The lot naturally separates itself, and all the groups and teams park with each other. The crowd still mingles together really well. The atmosphere promotes people to walk around and mingle.
Loved to see that Tommy’s Roadster has inspired more wild Miata builds..
The style of the show is pretty much like the cars above. Pretty much every car is slammed and built for style over speed.
Black’s (Justin Wright) 3 series sporting our gold windshield banner on the rear.
I am not the most knowledgeable Honda person, but I did notice this Ferio styled Civic. And figured that the aero and parts were rare. The parts looked very correct for the car and the time period, all the way down to the classic 5zigen exhaust. Luckily Joey Lee mentioned the car in his Wekfest Florida coverage on stickydiljoe.com, and I was able to get an idea on whats on the car. I found out it is owned by Jay from O.C Garage with a Doobie/Purplespeed front lip and sideskirts.
Cj Gann’s R32 Skyline
Matt Herring’s G37 on GMR Wheels
Always been a fan of the BB7 Prelude, and they look to be making a comeback.
Lydell’s Fusion was always a unique car we saw in Florida. Unfortunately Lydell’s car was in a really bad accident. Lydell came out alright, but the Fusion was totaled.
Another unique Florida car.
There was a trio of red S-chassis in attendance representing Enjuku Racing.
Cliff RIdinger’s bagged GS350 FSport
Doublecup Steez’s 370z
Johnny Le’s E320 wagon
The organization of the approved lot was really good. Plenty of walking space, and room to walk around the cars and get a good look at them all from every angle.
Marty pulling his daughter around in her custom built cruiser..
Sonny’s Voltex Evolution
The event ends around 4pm, After the event everyone staying at the hotel gathers under the pavilion much like the night before. If you hop on youtube, you can check out some of the after activities.
The next morning we woke up a little late grabbed a nice breakfast and went down to Ormond Beach, and took a few photos seen here before heading back to Atlanta. Much respect to the Simply Clean team for putting on a great event again.