Male and Female tees available Friday 10/11 at 12 pm EASTCOAST | 9 am WESTCOAST on buyscgear.com
The last and final registration is now open HERE
To help us help you,
-use 1 email address per submission
-be descriptive when describing your mods
-use good pictures so we can see what you’re working with
-use your current and correct mailing address for us to send you your package
CCW has agreed to open their bay doors again for a few hours to host the Simply Clean 5 Pre Meet on Friday November 15th. Last year was an amazing time and gave an opportunity for those who attended to see where their favorite wheels get made.
Come on out if you are in town early for the Simply Clean event and get a taste of what the automotive scene in Florida has to offer.
If your status shows you are accepted, it is important to pay for your spot by the due date (10/04/13) or your acceptance is denied and you will have to register again when round 2 opens in a few weeks.
*When checking your status, make sure to enter the exact email and zip code you registered with. It is case sensitive so double check your spelling.
Back in July we met up with the homie Jose from Kissimmee to snap some pics of his IS for the SC5 flyer. Out of the 200+ shots, we decided on the one you see above but the ones below def cant go unseen!!!
It’s still pretty cool to have car friends on the other side of the world be just as passionate as you are about getting people together. Yasunobu Fukuda just recently wrapped up his second meet with his crew in Japan called WRECKIN’MEET which looked like the weather held up better than WRECKIN’MEET 1. Along with the meet being almost one year later, we noticed a few cars got make overs and others came hard with their latest setups.
Check out the pics courtesy of Hiroshi Kamono
Shout out to the whole Vossen crew for always showing a good time at our events. Cant wait to see what they have in store for their display at SC5
Now our ruckus is by no means a “Show Ruckus” but we do love and appreciate other insane builds. From day one we wanted to build a rough and rugged yet simple ruck, after going to the First Ride back in January to get some video footage. We got bitten by the bug and immediately bought a ruckus the following day. With the help of our friend Jaime, we began to tear the ruckus down and ordered just about every aftermarket part from Rob at Ruck House.