Ohana Motorsports Foundation hosts Cars & Coffee Hawaii Event - 26 March 2022

Updated: Mar 31

What a beautiful morning and great event at Ko'olau Center this past weekend. We had approximately 250 cars, trucks, SUVs, and bikes all come out to display their rolling works of art. Classics and hot rods, muscle cars both old and new, off-road rigs, euros, imports, JDM, you name it we had it. There were hundreds of people and familes walking around the shopping center and checking out the vehicles and talking story with friends and strangers alike. We want to thank Carol and the Ko'olau Center for allowing us to host Cars & Coffee Hawaii at arguably the most beautiful shopping center on Oahu nestled at the base of the Ko'olau Mountains on the windward side of the island. The backdrop and scenery is outstanding and really makes for some great pictures and photo ops. Not to mention all of the businesses and restaurants for attendees and spectators to eat and shop. We also want to thank our official sponsors, Texaco in Hawaii, Shea's Luxury Detailing, Tipsy Pig 2 Bar & Grill, and Island Driver TV (on OC 16). And let's not forget our foundation partners, MJ Motorsports 808, Custom D's 808, and Black Belle Tinting. Without all of them, hosting these events and giving away the great fuel cards, detailing products, lighting kits, and other automotive products would not be possible. They embody the Ohana in Ohana Motorsports Foundation. We'd also like to shout out, in what was a psuedo-second grand opening or homecoming if you will, Ikaika and IRep Detailing. They are east Oahu's newest detail product superstore and are conveniently located in the Ko'olau Center. Congrats Ikaika and team on the new store and chasing down a dream! We will return to the Ko'olau Center two more times in 2022 for Cars & Coffee Hawaii so stay tuned for updates. In the meantime, here's just a few pictures from the event. Definitely check out our Instagram and Facebook pages as there were hundreds of outstanding photos taken and posted by some skilled photographers in our community. Shoots and Mahalo!







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