VAGKraft 2014. Every year I go to take photos. I end up taking way more photos of non VAG cars than the name would suggest. Luckily, Geoff will be able to cover the rest.
I can’t pass up a photo with a Quattro, even if its stock.
When Porsche and Audi, get into bed together. One of the best wagons of all time. the RS2.
Nothing gets me giddy like a vintage Porsche. The sights and sounds of aircooled perfection. I heard this 930 Turbo from 3-4 rows over and had to have a closer look. The 964/930 bubble is quickly expanding, prices are really inflated, hopefully I’ll be there ready in a few years to catch one once that bubble bursts.
I love the turbo arches, but the standard narrow body tickles my fancy too. Dymer’s 911 is still my favourite local P Car. It comes down to the narrow body, RS IROC (I think) bumper, t-tray wing, and dialled in stance. I can’t see anything apart from paint, that I would want to change. It really is the car I want.
From Stuttgart to Munich. Since I can’t afford a Porsche right now. Most of my current attention is swung towards BMWs. RWD, stick, and Euro. What’s not to like?
There’s more to like when its bagged. Carm’s E30, which won the BMW category.
The German Miata.
The Transporter. Alpinas are the go to wheels for the E38.
Back to Stuttgart. Mercs are just that slightly bit more luxury oriented than BMW. Probably why I don’t like them as much. If only they offered more manual options in the late 80s, early 90s. But for bombing down the autobahn, I’d choose no other.
Manolo’s 3rd place 450SEL. They look MONEY on the Schmidts. One more pic below.
If I sold drugs in the 80’s, this would be my car. W126 with a full Keonig kit.
And this would have been my “business meeting” car.
VAGKraft usually has a handful of Japanese cars. That wasn’t the case this year. I did find this Civic in the lot. More coverage soon.