Words by Zach Taiji | Photos by Zach Taiji, Joe Glockner, and Zàcháry Lârsön.

Attending car shows and events is always a great way to get out of the house, catch up with old friends, and make new acquaintances. You also get the chance to check out the variety of cars, and might encounter one that personally stands out above the rest.

Whether it’s the actual aesthetics / power of the car itself, or the work that’s been put into it, there’s usually something to desire about that special car – which helps fuel the motivation for our own projects.

For this reason, Paul Bruney and HappenStance Event Productions (who have brought you StanceWars and WaterWerks) worked together to give the Pacific Northwest an end of the season event in late September, aptly called Desirable.

For a change from the normal daytime events, Desirable started at 5PM and went on through sunset, as many cars rolled through the top parking garage of the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, WA. Great cars, people, and vendors showed up including That-Steez and JDM Autos.

A small area of the lot was portioned off for an RC Drift Track, and later in the evening a Little Black Dress contest took place, as some beautiful women competed for $100 cash.

But since Desirable was at the Hotel Murano, it obviously couldn’t come to an end so quickly. An After Party took place in the Hotel lobby full with bar and people, while some stayed overnight.

Desirable was a great end to both the Summer car show and weather season, as Fall has started to take effect in the Pacific Northwest. Check out the full set of our photos below and let us know what you thought of the event!

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