Top 5 86 Fest Booth Cars
Hundreds of 86’s graced the fairgrounds at Fontana Speedway this Summer for the annual 86 Fest event, dozens of which were booth vehicles setup to display all of the latest gear available for the ZN6 platform. Some sported flashy paint and vinyl work, while others took a more subtle approach. Of all the booth vehicles vying for attendee’s attention, these five all guaranteed their vendors some well deserved attention.
Evasive Scion FR-S
Easily one of the most popular booth vehicles in our line up, the Evasive Motorsports FR-S can be seen as just about every event in California. The muted grey finish accented by a bright neon strip that travels the length of the fender is almost impossible to forget.
Gram Lights Scion FR-S
This is one of many brightly colors rocket bunnies that can be seen at almost every southern California event, but unmistakable teal paint job with bright orange g57 wheels help to set it apart from the other bunnies out there. Another distinctive feature is it’s aggressive lip kit which flows from the front along to the sides of the car.
Stay Crushing Scion FR-S
It’s a given that all five of the selected booth vehicles are famous in their own right, but none of them are quite as cult crazed as the Stay Crushing FR-S, made popular by Mr. Kochis.
Robert’s vortech supercharged rocket bunny was one of the first heavily modified 86’s on the West Coast, and it’s ever-evolving nature allows it to stay in the spotlight even today. There are quite a few Hot Lava Scion FR-S’s sporting rocket bunny wide body kits, but this is the one everyone remembers. Be it the Spyder tail lights, the custom OEM audio subwoofer, or even his custom made billet Yospeed door sills(sorry, we had to), no Hot Lava can hold a candle to this monster.
Fuzion Teknique Scion FR-S
Fuzion Teknique may not be as well known as Gram Lights(Rays) or Evasive Motorsports, but they’re definitely a contender when it comes to impressive booth builds. You won’t find rocket bunny wide fenders on this FR-S, but you will find a Vortech Supercharger and plenty of carbon fiber goodies.
This booth vehicle is a shining example of how less is more. The wheels aren’t oversized or hellaflush, but they’re tasteful and compliment the color scheme of the vehicle. The aero is minimal, but does well to make it distinct from it’s OEM brethren. This is a road warrior if ever there was one.
The Garage FR-S is the result of the collaboration between Import tuner, Super Street, and Modified Magazine.
Green is usually reserved for British sports cars, but that didn’t stop the creators of the Garage FR-S from coating their rocket bunny in the iconic color. That, combined with an aggressively fitted wheel and tire combination and some forced induction make for one wild booth build.
The Garage FR-S was one of the first corporate builds ever undertaken, but minor updates keep it fresh and interesting in the eyes of 86 Fest onlookers.
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