Words by: Tim Wong
Krispy Kreme Tuesdays has been a meet that has been taking place in Burbank for a while now. I’ve been wanting to check it out for several months, but driving up to Burbank at 8PM hasn’t been plausible due to work and school. This past Tuesday is supposed to be the last meet for the year and lucky me, I ended up having that night open. I grabbed my gear and rolled up and already I could see and good amount of cars rolling in that direction on the freeway. It has been quite sometime since I’ve seen a gathering of car enthusiasts in such a grand scale. 800+ attendees. Now, I’m not saying everyone had fully built show cars or track stars, but its nice to see just the community gather to converse. People just came to hang out which is something I like to see these days unlike the shows lately where I’ve been noticing that people come out to check out a couple cars and then leave. That’s just plain lame.
On to some of the cars. I did miss a couple noteworthy cars there since people were moving all around and some left early.
Simple Toyota Supra MKIII
Quite a few of Subarus in attendance
Several police patrols present at the event.
Stunning Audi A5
Old school Toyota Corolla
Acura NSX line up
I remember seeing this Honda CRZ before, but I never noticed (or it is new) that digital screen for the license plate.
Classic Chevy Impala
Pretty good art work on the hood.
Acura RSX….with some Evolution styling
Everyone wants an old school Toyota Corolla GT-S AE86.
Toyota Cressida lowered on bags.
Nice street Honda Del Sol sitting on some “Work RSZ” which look more like Rota Slipstreams
Random scene with some modeling by some cars
Will snapping some shots for EAF and Shiftr
I quite like this shot. If you look at it in depth…you might even notice the intercooler.
Even bikers rolled to this. Nice mixed crowd that night.
Slammed Honda CRV on some Volk RE30 knockoffs. I still liked to see Honda CRVs modified even though its been a year since I had mine. They are getting more popular lately, but back when I had one, I had to talk with other CRV owners around the world to pioneer the field for modifications. Ordering the very few parts available for them and customizing parts from other cars for it. I really did love that seriously underpowered car and one day I’ll probably pick one up again.
Pretty wicked Monster theme Kawasaki
Look at those fatty tires on this Miata. Pretty gnarly build.