Thanks everyone for another successful turnout. Our BBQ officially kicks off the season and gets the guys motivated to do more to their cars or get into the scene for the first time. While we didn’t have as many cars as last year, the quality was top notch.
Our cook Joe, did not make the event. Not to worry, Philly Chris went to buy a couple of grill’s and Brendan from MA took over the position. We have to thank Both of the guys for stepping up last minute as well as everyone who brought something.
(psssst; Joey your fired!!!)
Pic Credits: Garage Spec, and Travis
Will’s SC430 was one of the fan favorites there.
This was Jermaine’s first time with the car in NYC. Most people got to see it for the first time.
King Ty had some surprises up his sleeve. You can say he repeated his performance last year in shutting down the BBQ.
Big shout out to Brendan who was the first person in the lot at like 9:45 from MA. He took over the grill and did a great job cooking.
The CaniBeat guys showed love by attending the BBQ. The pic above of Chris’ car is a preview of their flyer for the First Class Fitment car show that we support.
Jermaine’s car was the most photographed car there. You can make a strong argument that he shut it down too but we were all there to just have fun and motivate each other.
After driving down 4-5 hours to the meet, we cut B some slack about his dirty wheels.
You can’t rock the wheels he has on without matching. Check out his new LuxuryAbstract pillar posts.
Ty’s 3rd retrofit is a charm.
We had Boston jokes all day. I hope he didn’t spit in our food.
Paul got his BBK on before the event as well as a few other things.
Check out his use of those tips. Nice!
The Luxury Abstract Chaos was on hand and unattended the whole time. Jermaine hid it from me and I was contemplating charging everyone admission for next years BBQ. What bugged me the most was that someone not only stole the wheel, they folded the terry cloth that was under it, perfectly. I was glad to find out it was a joke.
There were rumors that PhillyGS wasn’t going to make it to the BBQ. We are glad he made it out.
Being the only bright car in the lot, you couldn’t help but look at the car every chance you got.
We got a Charlie sighting.
Here is a preview of Ty’s engine. Once he popped the hood, it was a wrap. We are awaiting better pictures that show some of the details on his chromed out 1UZ.
Just added a Junction Produce grill to his front end. What makes it unique is that he had it dipped in chrome.
We are still missing about 1/5th of the vip style cars that were there during the day so stay tuned for more pics. You won’t see this many of them out here on the east anywhere else. Black II information is coming.