They’ve gone from organising one of the most hyped and planned events on the calendar to one of the most casual street car meets in recent history.
Their previous work with the Showcased car show saw a multi level car park in Sydney’s CBD get closed off and then filled with the best cars from all over. With months and months of planning in the lead up to the big day and then with less than 48 hours notice, the team decided to get everyone together and opted for something a bit more ‘low’ key.
The invitational flyer was posted on Facebook just two days before the proposed meet.
The grass-roots nature and ‘everyone is welcome’ vibe spread far and wide within the 48 hour window and the turnout was fantastic to say the least!
Hundreds of people came down for some much needed mid-week stress relief. There were cars coming and going from 7pm till 11pm, so the crowd was shrinking and then just as quickly again growing with each hour.
The quality of cars was amazing but the real surprise was just the atmosphere that came from such a laid back approach to the meet.
Some standout cars included this simple black R35…
And the Dixcel/Garage 88 FD Civic also came out to visit!
The Acquired Taste Evo’s sitting pretty together.
This one in particular has been bouncing around the interwebs for a few months now. We are proud to see an Aussie car getting so much love around the globe… Although another local Evo tops this one in the E-fame department.
Ladies and gentleman, ZOMAYA!! This wide body creation by The Lowdown team member Michael has been stirring the lower regions of young men and women everywhere!
There are countless images of this being shared all over the web every day and we can see why!!!
A glimpse of the 200+ car turnout!
A testament to the healthy fitment scene in NSW – this is the perfect street car.
Not stupid expensive, just nice wheels and a bit of power… Perfect!
Creative lanyard placement, although we’re not sure how well it will go if it needs a tow.
Chooks’ Lexus drops jaws and panties everywhere it goes!
We hope the success of these back to basics car meets kick off a ‘less is more’ approach to the car scene. With more and more blogs/organisations popping up, everyone is trying to out do each other with each and every event but at what cost?
Keep meets fun, casual and most importantly accessible to everyone!
Thanks for reading,
Photos by Nicholas Truong | SB Captures