Seis de Relaxation

Relaxin’ in the So Cal Sun

 

The beginning of May in Southern California means a couple of things: Cinco de Mayo festivities and time for the Relaxin’ in So Cal show thrown by Relaxed Atmosphere. One of the goals of the show has always been value, keeping entry costs low and fun high. Custom-made trophies, cheap tacos and a huge raffle accomplish this. As a result, the show held each May at Alpine Electronics in Torrance, California, has been bursting at the seams. What began as a small show has grown to host more than 500 custom vehicles of all types, as well as thousands of spectators. Club members from Relaxed Atmosphere come from all over the country and the world to help out at the event held to benefit charity and have some fun.

 

Street Trucks Show

The custom awards from Recognition Concepts and Sadistic Iron Works included calavera-style skulls and custom artwork. The Best Full-size Truck went to Matt Salmon’s clean C/K, Best Mini was handed to Patrick Rios’ gold Hardbody, and Keith Hathaway took home Street Trucks’ Choice. A few custom awards were presented, including Japan’s Choice, which was a custom-painted samurai sword and ///RA club choice went to Kenny’s candy red Tacoma.

 

For information on next year’s event to be held on Cinco de Mayo, May 5, visit Rasocal.com.

 

Sponsors:

 

Alpine

Kinetik

Rocco’s Old School Tattoo Balm

Griffin

Sadistic Iron Works

Sanctiond

Street Trucks Magazine

Kustoms INC

SoCal Detail

GO EZ

Grillcraft

Good Habits

Air Zenith

Adam’s Polishes

Plus Wheels

LGE CTS Motorsports

Meguiar’s

PHAT Designs

EK AutoWerks

E13ctron

Lowrider Depot

Hedman Hedders

Mr. 19 Color Shop

Toyo Tires

Dice Suspension

Slam Specialties

Tre5

BST Clothing

K&N

Beltech

Hoppo’s Hydraulics

Borla Exhaust

AJP Dist

JDM Sport

Pacific Coast Customs

Extreme Audio & Kustoms

Devious Customs

Al & Ed’s Car Stereo

Recognition Concepts

DJ Takumi

 

 

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Alphonso’s Mazda mini is a recent build done with ‘90’s styling.

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Keith Hathaway took home Street Trucks’ Choice.

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Maggie Halowell, Tito’s mother, was presented with a custom-painted piece based on her son’s first truck.

 

Text and Photos by Jason Mulligan

 

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