The Aftermath of Offset Kings Guam 2016 (Part Kuatro)

January 14, 2016 8:34 pm

Hope you’ve enjoyed the coverage we’ve had so far! Offset Kings Guam 2016 has come and gone… and once again our local builders brought our their best builds to showcase to the local community and the world!

In case you’re just joining us, you can catch up on our exclusive coverage and commentary of #OKGU here:
Part Uno
Part Dos
Part Tres

Quick snap of Fatlace’s booth next to the main stage at #OKGU… Doesn’t look too busy here, but trust it was when they released their exclusive Guam only shirt…

Photo of one of our contributing photogs by another photog.. AdmyerphotosxJedespinophoto. 😉

 Nice looking 350Z from Team Exile…

 Another one, also from Team Exile.

 Minus whale put all the Z’s together…

Simple XB on some mag-bluish Varrstoens…

Scion TC on XXRs with what look to be rally style mudflaps…

M2S~Jayson’s TC with a Nia Auto Design front lip and side skirts… Think this would look so much better with a meatier tire look rather than the stretched kine at his ride height…

…something like this from Team Rev. Riiiiight?

240 on SSRs… Real clean, nothing too over the top.

Another 240 from the Crooligans and S-Chassis Guam.

240 from Team Exile…

Toby’s Evo sitting pretty on Enkei NT03s…

Art’s K-swapped Civic looking real clean… Love the styling of his car – body straight, good paint job… 5 lug swap with CTR wheels/headlights…  Like I mentioned in an earlier post – coming from the Honda scene, I can always appreciate tastefully modded 92-00 Civics and 94-01 Integras, especially since we were surrounded with those particular platforms when we were knee deep in the scene.

JD San Pedro’s battle-ship gray EG, also K-swapped, on Mugen RNRs. I saw him post up this car for sale a couple of months ago on a Facebook car classified ad … Glad he decided to keep it. Looks like a build that could be at the famed Eibach meet in Cali. He went home with 2nd Place Race/Track honors…

Mike Franco’s 1st Place Race/Track beaaaaaautiful J’s Racing themed EG hatch which you guessed it – is also K-swapped. Interesting to see 3 K-Swapped Civics at a Guam show. That’s a first… VTEC yo!

Liberty~Dennis’s Junction Produce GS300…  Think he’s been actively trying to sell it for the past year or so, not sure why…. but dang I would just keep it as a toy car and buy a Toyota Echo for my daily… lol. Love this build, such a classic look that never gets old.

Last, but definitely not the least… This year’s Best of Show winner, Manny Aquino’s Aimgain Lexus LS460… This thing was already killing it last year, but the Aimgain kit, the new trunk setup… and of course the air brushed under hood decor put Manny’s build over the top. Such a gangster ride. Wish there were more pics that we could share, but this is all we have unfortunately. Hope we can get more of this on on our site in the future. 😉

Here are the full results and winners listing of #OKGU, courtesy of event head honcho, Tom Akigami:

1st AJ Sablan – Lexus IS350
2nd Nathanial Valencia – Lexus LS430
3rd Dennis Tangonan – Lexus GS300

1st Nicholas Shepherd – Scion IQ
2nd Mark Deras – Nissan S14
3rd Anthony Unchangco – Lexus IS350

•Mini Truck
1st Alex Villanueva – Mitsubishi Mighty Max
2nd Eric Hocson – Honda Fit truck
3rd Edison Piolo – Nissan Hardbody

1st Michael Franco – Honda Civic EG
2nd JD San Pedro – Honda Civic EG
3rd Jimmy Mendoza – Nissan S13

1st: Scott Duenas – 53′ Split Oval Window
2nd: John Shimizu – 61′ Bug
3rd: Owen Rios – 66′ Double Cab

1st James Davis – GTR32 Skyline
2nd Angel Dacanay – GTR32 Skyline
3rd Jasper Leong – Honda Integra

1st Dominic Taitano – Chevy Silverado
2nd Charlene Carreon – Ford Mustang
3rd Joel Eclarinal – Dodge SRT4

•Best of Show: Manny Aquino – Lexus LS460
•Best Crew: Made To Xcite
•Best Vintage: Jovi Tiamzon – 86 Toyota Corolla
•Best Bike: Joseph Cruz (Chief of Police)
•Best Ruckus by Cycles Plus Honda: Collin Delfino
•Best Honda by Triple J: Jeremy Javellana – Honda S2000
•Best Acura by Triple J: John Oqueno – Acura Integra
•Best Toyota by AK: Nathan Trinidad – Toyota Camry
•Best Scion by AK: Mark Dacanay – Scion FRS
•Best Lexus by AK: Marvin Delos Santos – Lexus IS250
•Best Subaru: by Prestige Automobiles: Taiyo Hashimoto – WRX Imprezza
•Slammed: Paulo Cusi – Mazda Miata
illest 1 on 1 B-Boy Battle winner: Sean Bumagat
Opake Can Control Graffiti Competition winner: Paulo Madlangbayan

I hate to cut our coverage short… but once again thank you to Jed Espino for providing the shots for our coverage of Offset Kings Guam 2016. Follow him on Instagram @jeders… Not sure if we’ll be getting additional photos from Admyerphotos – but if we do, we’ll definitely post up and share. We appreciate you joining us and always being patient with our rambling and commentary… Hope you enjoyed the show! Thanks to everyone who made it possible…

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Don’t forget, we’re still accepting orders for the UNITING ENTHUSIASTS// tee that was released at #OKGU! Get your order in now because once they’re gone, they’re GONE! Don’t miss out… >>> Check out our store at You have until January 19, 2016 to your orders in!! 

Shoot balut.

1 Comment

  • Lance


    Cool rides for sure.

    I stumbled across your website surfing the internet for pictures of lowriders on Guam. I saw my first lowered Nissan 720 pickup when I lived on Anderson AFB while my dad was in the Air Force from 1984 – 1987. I graduated from Simon Sanchez.

    Is there still a mini truck scene on Guam? Can you point me to websites/links that would have pictures? I’d love to see what they look like these days. I still have my original owner Nissan 720.



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