3969751851_2f2ce2b967__optPresident / Founder: Philip Anastacio
Established:
2008
Facebook:
“Worked Nineofive”
Locations / Chapters:
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Number of Members:
16

Club / Team History: This group of enthusiasts was created roughly two years ago. The team took shape after a few friends decided to enter a local car show together as a group. The odd name choice of Worked905 as their car club stems from the telephone area code in the team’s hometown (Mississauga, ON) mixed with a member’s catchphrase, “You’re gonna get worked!” This club is a tightly knit team who always help each other to better their rides performance and appearance. They all do their own work in their garages sharing tools, knowledge and lending a hand to who ever needs it.

Club Vehicles: The majority of Worked905 vehicles consist of Hondas / Acuras, but they are very open to other models and makes of vehicles since they do have a few VWs and a sole Nissan reppin’ for the club. One thing that is common amongst all members, is the vast amount of mods completed on each and every vehicle!

3832525276_2d3912422a__optAwards & Accomplishments: Their members have won various trophies at Importfest and often rank high in the very competitive EK 4dr/coupe and EG hatch classes. Philip Anastacio, the founder of the club, has even landed a magazine cover with his V6 J-swapped 1997 EK Hatch.

Shows Attended:
Worked905 attends three local shows regularly: Performance World (2008-2010), Importfest (2008-2009), and CSCS (2008-2009).

Organized Meets / Membership: They organized their first club BBQ last summer and plan to make it an annual meet to celebrate their accomplishments. Members meet weekly at a local “905” area coffee shop which can range from a few cars to the whole crew depending on availability.

Future Plans: Since the club is still in its infancy stages, they plan to expand in all directions; with more meets, cars and members. They are also striving to participate more within their local community and continue to create a strong positive presence.

3631500184_90e2c73c1f__opt 3821434029_58af089595__opt 3821477849_3c48135475__opt
3839377956_1a278f13bf__opt 3943849234_f0e1f2040a__opt 3943917008_2a0b45566f__opt

More Vehicle Features

TranZformer: Ben Abutin's 2003 Nissan 350Z

Southern California has really seen it all. As the hub of the automotive aftermarket over the last half century, they are anywhere from 18-24 months ahead of other urban megacities and anyones guess how far ahead of smalltown USA. So…
Read More

Backside: Greg Deese's 2007 Scion tC

Written by Dave Pankew | Photos by Greg Deese Man, Scion did something right over at their Long Beach headquarters. The company once criticized for its lack of exciting cars since the demise of the Supra, MR2 and Turbo Celica…
Read More

Slide-to-Side: Tommy Suell's 1986 SR20DET Toyota AE86 Corolla GT-S

Alright, clear your head for a bit and picture this. Yours truly and PAS Editor Mark Pereira are standing out front of the Paris hotel in Vegas after getting waaaay to involved at one of many open-bar parties during SEMA.…
Read More

Back in Time: Pete Colello's Widebody 2002 Toyota Celica

Over the near decade I’ve been in the industry I’ve seen many trends arrive on the scene and others fade out fast. Then again, I’ve been an enthusiast for two decades and been following imports since there were anemic little…
Read More

Johnny Ngo's 2002 Toyota Celica GT-S

Back in the late ’90s and through the new millennium, the battle for FWD supremacy was quite heated. Honda / Acura was considered the people’s favourite in the segment with its almighty Integra Type R (ITR) sitting atop the heap…
Read More