After the blockbuster 2018 WA Hot Rod & Street Machine, we at WAHRP are going to have our work cut out to make the 2019 event even better. Be rest assured, the team is already fully engaged in embedding new developments and expanding popular attractions. How’s this for starters?
Heiwa Motorcycles returns to Perth bringing not one international award-winning custom motorcycle but two, one direct from the Peterson Museum in Los Angeles. Heiwa’s Kengo Kimura is also bringing a third custom motorcycle, this one for a Perth motorcyclist who was blown away with Master Peace last year.
The 2019 t-shirt / poster cars will set a new level of excellence for hot rods and street machines. Both are home-grown Perth cars, one a quintessential American, the other a true Aussie icon.
Koolsville will host the first custom art auction with works by international and Australian artists. Already, we have a big presence from interstate artists entering their works. Proceeds from the auction will be presented to Orana House, our selected 2019 organisation. Orana House provides stable accommodation, advocacy and holistic support for women and children experiencing family and domestic violence.
And we’ve been fortunate enough to attract three renowned traders to vend at the show: one each from Perth, Sydney and Hiroshima, all making their first visit to the Spectacular.
Stay tuned, there’s much more where this came from.