After a long delay. We’ve been able to catch up on some Eurokracy photos we failed to post. These pics, come courtesy of Geoff.
Polish on black. We planned on having Bronson’s E34 here as well but he was too busy ripping up and down the strip. So we stuck with Scott’s M135i and Chris’ Mk5.
@mandi_mkvi ‘s MkIV. I should make more of an effort to remember people by their actual names, than their Instagram tags. #firstworldproblems
Yet again, Stance Culture was holding it down with the best booth of the event. Nice clean and black, with black casting couches. ;)
Manolo = bags. I don’t think I’ve ever seen him in a car without bags. I remind myself of this car whenever I complain about gas. Automotic, 4.5L v8, and nearly 5000lbs.
As much as I like white and clack cars. I feel red with gold wheels is the best combo.
Love the fender work. Its really wide yet its still subtle.
The guys in the LowLevel crew are insane. That S2K on Quebec roads should not be able to mix. Yet they find a way, even to travel to Toronto for FITTED.
I have a long distance love hate relationship with Corrados. Such an awesome looking are, yet so much wasted as it lacks RWD or AWD. Its a coulda woulda shoulda situation.
VIP x USDM X Euro. The Passat CC is a car we need to see more often.
Tucked away at the Bradley Museum in Mississauga, Euronited put on a pretty good show this past Sunday. Luckily I had enough time to grab pics, grab lunch and get back in time for the World Cup.
Oskar’s S4. Bagged on CCWs with a full interior done by InsideJob Upholstery. I’m on the fence about the heckbelende though, I haven’t decided if I like it or not.
Erik’s awesome SAAB 9-3. A damn shame, Saab, isn’t around anymore.
Not often do we post MK3s, but I think for this one, we can make an exception.
I assure you, there is a MK4 in this image.
Now on to the important stuff. The 4 (not including mine) E34′s that showed up. First is this Japanese Import Aplina B10 3.5. The owner, seen above, bought the car from BC with a little over 86K in 2010 and drove it back through the US. He’s swiftly put on 26K in the time since.
Few cars look good in retro graphics. All of the Alpina stuff is timeless. The same goes for their wheels.
How does a 25 year old cloth interior look so good? Cloth Alpina Recaros are the unicorm E34 seats, god damn, they’re gorgeous.
The full AC Schnitzer kit is actually nice when all the parts are fitted and not broken. I wish I had this entire bumper rather than just the top half of it. Even the retro side panelling is nice. So, period correct.
This early M5 was fresh off a track day. The front track tires were completely worn and the rear 888s weren’t any better. The owner also indicated some boost might be in the near future.
Lastly, this E34 touring. I had no idea it was even there. I was just able to snap a few shots as he left.
I LOVE Yas Marina Blue. And I love the M4s more, knowing they’re underating the horsepower. The 425HP F82 actually makes 460hp at the crank.
This was my first time attending June Jitterbug but I can tell you this definitely will not be my last. The warm sunny weather, The drive up on the highway littered with slammed dubs and even parking in Firemens park. Everything was perfect. There were a lot of quality cars there that caught my attention. Between being distracted by staring at cars, talking to the owners and walking around with friends I managed to take some photos every now and then. After all, there is nothing better than everyone getting together enjoying what we all enjoy most.