Another year, another #HREOH !! There are only a select few that we will ever claim as “must attend” and the HRE Wheels Open House is one of those few. Every year, HRE changes up their featured vehicles. This year some of the key featured vehicles included Graham Rahal’s Ferrari F40 and count em two McLaren P1.
This was definitely the largest and most well put together #HREOH to date. The diversity of cars was so broad. If you wanted to see a collectors car such as the F40 or P1, it was there. If you wanted to see the new Ferrari 488, it was there. If you wanted an old Volkswagen Bus, it was there.
The Ringbrother’s had their ADRNLN Pantera on display.
This unicorn, Jaguar XJ220 was on display.
JMFP Garage brought out almost a dozen of it’s private collection. BIG-EURO was fortunate enough to have their new BMW E30 M3 at our booth.
This matte McLaren P1 rolling on HRE P101 wheels was on display in the warehouse.
This years raffle which benefits Motor4Toys charity included items such as two full sets of forged HRE Wheels, Pirelli Tires and Michelin tires and so much more. For $5, you could have a set of custom HRE Wheels on your car. MC for the event was The Smoking Tire’s Matt Farah and like previous years, President of HRE Wheels Alan Peltier was available for questions and giving tours of the facility.
Even Michelin came out with an amazing Sunburst Orange BMW M3 rolling on HRE Flowform Wheels and Akrapovic exhaust system.
Our SoCal favorite brand Crooks & Castles brought out some of their stable.
On display was the full collection of HRE Wheels including their newly launched Monoblok Series P2. TAG Motorsport was showing off a set on their Novitec equipped Ferrari 488 GTB.
Steve from Euro Klasse brought his freshly built #Savannah 2MGT3 BMW F80 M3. It’s the first wide-body of it’s kind on a 4-door BMW M3. As you can see, they tried to exaggerate the factory fender lines without the need of add-on extensions that are riveted onto the vehicle.
Our doggie mascot, Audi (the dog), guarded our friend Mario’s highlight tennis ball yellow RWB Porsche.
If you missed this years HRE Open House, you better make sure to make it next year. It truly has defined the Southern California car scene, where cars of all makes and models mingle together.