The top tier and most prestige showing of cars was just held this past weekend. It was the finest this Congressional side of the states has to offer. First Class Fitment is not only synonymous with the name Canibeat but it also resembles the blue chips of the automotive subculture. The controversial registration made this event that much more saucy as the guys over at Canibeat kept the tradition going in carefully selecting which cars would be showing at the event. As a result there were complaints from the possible candidates that were denied to show their cars at FCF. Hilarity ensues on Facebook with ongoing rants and whimsical memes from those who were denied with their quirky response as if to say “please let me in the show, I’ll do anything to be apart of this life-changing event.” It might not seem fair to some of those denied, but take into account that the highest of standard should always be met (it’s called FIRST CLASS for a reason); I mean imagine walking into Per Se in New York or Ku De Ta in Singapore with a t-shirt and tennis shoes on…do you really expect them to let you in? OF COURSE NOT. Overall the candidates elected could not have been better, the cars were just immaculate and genuinely clean down to the smallest nuts and bolts. Usually I would pick out things that stood out at every event to write about but it really left me speechless (in a good way) because the Canibeat crew really did an amazing job from the start to finish and the season really could not have ended in a better way.