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VANkulture Philippines EST. 09.30.2014

Two years flew by and here I am writing the very first entry for the VKPH blog. A lot has happened and it almost seem so magical to me that we are here to represent VANkulture in the Philippines. Me and Hansen Enerio have always been a fan of the VK builds in the US and little did we know that the day would come that VANkulture would reach the Philippines. This is all thanks to Paul Cotaco, you made this all possible "pare" and we can never imagine how we can pay you back but to represent VANkulture with pride, respect and love.

Allow me to share some of the rides and the people who are part of the VKPH Family:

Below are the twins of VKPH, my "Mitsuki" together with Hansen's Mitsubishi Adventure.

Hiro and Hansen's Mitsubishi Adventure "Twins"

Hansen recently parted ways with his Mitsubishi Adventure then moved on to a new build - this time in the form of a 2016 Subaru Forester (Watch out for this build).

The Toyota "Innova"s of VKPH or in some countries called the Toyota "Kijang"

always present since day one, the Liteace Club Philippines

also together with us since the beginning was the HiAce Club Philippines

and of course, our friends from Static Crew, Ever Since, Tanginamo Lifestyle and Stance Pilipinas/ Manila Fitted whom despite having different rides (mostly sedan) they were always there during our meets to support. Special thanks also to Kurt Babas of Happy Stance Philippines and Instancegram who passionately shoots/ covers the meets of the local car scene including ours, VKPH. Thanks so much bro!

Meanwhile, here are some more rides from VKPH:

JC Monastrial's "DangKijang"

Ey Ey Alegado's neatly done 2nd gen Mitsubishi Adventure

Gerald Tayao's 1st gen Toyota Innova

Mercury's 3rd gen Mitsubishi Adventure

LA's Mitsubishi Grandis/ Chariot

The twosome who comes to the meet all the way from Quezon Province:

Tito John's Turbocharged 3rd gen Mitsubishi Adventure

and Tito Soc's 1st gen Toyota Innova

This one came all the way from Batangas - Francis' Toyota Tamaraw FX (also known as Toyota "Kijang" in some countries). This now have some update on the build progress but let's use this photo for now.

also coming to the VKPH meets all the way from Bataan is Kulbir with his Toyota Liteace truck.

©Kulbir Singh Shah

Bryle's "SIARBI". This one changed a lot from this photo up to present. Will post update on this soon.

*them exhaust tips tho*

Dondave's bagged Toyota bB

Gettin' them "Japan feels" from these vans from HiAce Club Philippines

Our friends from Static Crew, Ever Since, Tanginamo Lifestyle and Stance Pilipinas/ Manila Fitted

Drew came rollin' in with this monster

while Jonathan's "Mr. Grey" crawls it's way to the meet. This truck now sits lower and have a tighter fitment.

One more family photo for this entry

With only a few more hours left before our September meet, I would like to take this opportunity to look back and thank everyone who were there to support us and contributed to what we, VANkulture Philippines have become - a family. Thank you so much and see you all at the meets. "Salute mi familia!"

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