HCCNSW hosted the first meet of the year, which was held at Gough Whitlam park. Despite the clouds lingering around, it was a good day. It was a bit of a shame, as it seemed to scare a few people from attending. However, this didn’t stop the friendly gathering and there where a few surprises as well!
Written & edited: Winson L & Paolo De Leon / Photos by: Michael Klimentos & Winson L
What caught my attention when we arrived, was this EK, wearing some sweet BBS’s
You guys might be wondering, HCCNSW? Well, the Honda Car Club of NSW is basically:
“The Honda car club of NSW was formed in the 1970s and has years of history behind it. The car club has been inactive for the past few years until now. With the help of some well know names within the Honda community, and also some young blood, the club has slowly gotten back on its feet. The HCCNSW has a strong passion to give the Honda community what it has been missing. Regular events such as meet and greets, show and shine, BBQs, cruises, track day, club battles, dyno days, hillclimbs, motorkhanas and driver training days, and with the HCCNSW now being CAMS affiliated, the club is looking to provide a very busy events calendar.”
Keep an eye out for the new HCCNSW website that will be up and running in the next few weeks.
A place to sit and relax and talk Honda.
Red on red on red.
These 2 DC5′s belong to Julie (black) and Alex (silver)
That EK with BBS again….yum!!
Whats an Audi doing here?
The Absolute crew also made an appearance
Street Cover Represent!
Some cool old school cars where also in attendance.
I had a quick chat to owner of this old school civic, he actually has two other similar civics at home. Both of which are waiting for new owners for restoration.
This wild S2000 is sporting a full custom kit, which includes the rear guards, side skirts and rear bar.
All types of Honda.
Here is Rein’s Accord Euro from the Absolute crew, slammed on stock wheels.
This EG was one of my favorites throughout the day. Kind of reminds me of BYP’s original EG when it was still street registered, with it’s fat rear lip, similar colour and stance.
Clean yellow DC2R. Every kid found these cars cool when they where going up, it’s a shame there aren’t too many around.