So, there’s this really big ship that people claim is haunted in Long Beach. The Queen Mary is a retired oceanliner that sailed mainly in and around the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967. She’s retired now, of course, and has been converted to a hotel and attraction. One very popular thing to do with the Queen Mary these days is to hold car shows near her, and Wekfest Los Angeles brought out the enthusiasts in droves…many of them lining up along the sidewalk next to the mighty ship hours before the show had even opened. Here are some pictures from the event. Enjoy! Christian Coujin's Vortech V-3 H67B Supercharged Rocket Bunny FR-S Marcus Cooke’s Gorgeous Vortech V-3 Supercharged G35 Sedan
Phuong from LTMW’s crowd favorite Vortech V-3 Supercharged Subaru BRZSick Widebody Paxton Supercharged Honda S2000The winner of the “Hottest Supercharged Setup” Award went to Chris Ortez and his wicked G35 Sedan. Chris has been consistently updating his car and it shows, with a totally jaw dropping presentation and attention to detail that we can’t help but respect and appreciate.In case you hadn’t seen it with the new Rocket Bunny Version 2 kit, Robert Kochis’ Staycrushing Vortech Supercharged Scion FR-S was on hand to represent. Sweet Vortech/ESS Tuning Supercharged E46 M3 Fabrizzio Vilches’ Absolutely Stunning Vortech Supercharged G35 Coupe
Mike Kojima’s Vortech Supercharged 350Z was looking good as well sitting on the ground.
Special Thanks and Photo Credit goes to DaYUUM and Rick Rosales.