Published July 8th, 2016
Last month we attended two of the three meets hosted by the guys over at Fourinstance. As mentioned in the previous Fourinstance article, the Krispy Kreme meet and the West End Dubs meet takes place close enough for us to pop down and see what’s going on. Once again we were greeted by a nice array of cars, and the weather wasn’t even too bad.
The Krispy Kreme meets take place on the second Tuesday of every month. The June meet attracted many cars down and due to the weather being on the dry side I decided to take my camera along. With a doughnut in one hand and my Canon in the other I cracked on with snapping the cars which really stood out to me. As always, I’ll let my photos do the talking.
Let’s start off with Danny’s 6n2 GTI, which is sitting on recently finished Ronal Teddies. The wheels are something special for sure. They’re a custom split job held together with stainless steel bolts, and I think it’s safe to say they turn a lot of heads for the right reasons.
Another car worth mentioning is Matt’s glorious E46. His E46 is also sitting on a set of custom splits, which complement the respray Matt did to the car last year.
The great thing about the Krispy Kreme meet is the constant flow of cars coming in and out of the car park. Give it 20 minutes, and a new group of people will turn up and give everyone something new and interesting to look at. I highly recommend the meet to everyone who can make it down, the next one will take place on Tuesday the 12th of July (at 8:00 in the evening) and as per we’ll be attending. If you’re not showing a car, you can park anywhere along the street or even in the Tesco car park round the corner. Don’t forget, the car park is still open to members of the public who simply come along for the iconic Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
Next up is the West End Dubs meet. With the same lay out as the meets we’ve attended before, we knew how to manoeuvre the car park. The exciting thing about this meet is we even saw a handful of our stickers on some of the cars which turned up.
The stickers can be bought on our store, which you can find here.
I also organised to meet with my old friend Tom Newton, who has a lot of experience behind the camera. His photos are of very high standards, and he was kind enough to let me use them in this article. It was also great to catch up with each other as I’ve not had a chance to see him in a while.
You can find Tom’s work over on his Instagram @thomas.newton
This month’s meet was the official after-meet of the Waterstock show which took place that day. The show was fairly muddy due to the weather, which explains why some cars have muddy tires.
Ashley’s static MK4 is a classic example of how to make a golf work. The wheel and tire combination is just right. Ashley even brought along his cute Chow Chow puppy which walked around with him all evening.
As per, the usual faces made an appearance to the meet. Kevin’s Bora always grabs my attention, and I also had a good nose around Ash’s E46 ‘vert. All in all, the Fourinstance guys put on another month of enjoyable meets. We’ll be sure to cover their July meets, and we hope to even see some of you guys there too. I’ll leave you guys to flick through the remaining pictures, and if you’re interested to see more of our work head over to our Blog page where you can find more of our event coverages, including our aftermovies.
As always, thanks for reading!
Words: Michal Fidowicz
Photographs: Michal Fidowicz & Thomas Newton