Last Thursday marked the fourth “not so loko” Pacific Northwest StanceWorks meet. Much thanks to Paul Bruney organizing another cool event. The location this time was Juanita Park in Kirkland, WA – and while it wasn’t the greatest of locations for numerous reasons (parking, cops – see below), the overall meet had a laid back feeling and it was great to see old and new friends. Plus it was at the beach, and the sun stayed out all day.
Photos by Justin Swain / Words by Zach Taiji
Last night marked version 2.0 of StanceWorks meets the Pacific Northwest. Paul Bruney organized another successful meet, with a great turnout of some of the best cars that Seattle has to offer. The location was far and away from where you would expect a large meeting of fine automobiles to be, tucked deep within Magnuson Park. It made for an almost exclusive feel, and being right next to the beach and below a grassy knoll made the atmosphere very relaxing. Overcast was the name of the day, but that didn’t stop 100+ premium cars from showing up. Once again there were familiar faces & rides, but also a few new ones that I hadn’t seen before. Check back on this site for more info on the next PNW + SW meet coming to a local city near you!
Words and Photos by Zach Taiji
Last week, Stanceworks and Pochi of Lynnwood, WA teamed together to set up a little meet for the local stance scene. Turnout was pretty good, and it was a great time to see familiar faces and cars. A variety of whips showed up, from subies, to dubs, to Mazda’s. The weather wasn’t too bad, and the bubble tea was great as always, of course. Thanks to Paul Bruney, Stanceworks, and Pochi for setting this up. And also to Kee May for letting me use his camera for these shots. <3