Renault 5 GTE via Tom-M.
As a resident of lower Ontario our summer car season is a scant 5-6 months. For the last few years, Oktoberfest has been the last event we’ve shown up to during the season. This years edition had a good amount of cars. All of which I won’t see for 6 month
The rareness that is Alpina.
Alan’s sweet E30.
Its refreshing seeing a mk3 without rusted rockers.
Shayan’s B5 A4 Wagon. Its a big deal up in Canada.
I haven’t been to a show where I’ve seen one of these cars by themselves. These guys go everywhere together.
F11 Touring Via: Hayashi.Lin.0
The drive down was more eventful than I had hoped for. 2 hours in, Dan and I collectively obliterated a deer carcass. It was at that exact second I realized raising your car for the drive down is a damn good decision. I took the brunt of the deer as my bumper trim and oil level sensor can attest too. Luckily a quick pit stop had it back in place. The rest of the trip went uneventful and we arrived in OCMD on Monday evening.
They may not have the best fitment, but these two were two of the loudest cars all weekend. Apologies to the poor guy I woke up who was trying to sleep in his buddies car.
Arrive, lower it, wash it, polish it, drive it. Though later on it became waddle in traffic, instead of actual driving.
After getting our cars in check, we thought some sunset pics were in order.
Adrian was doing this more than we would have liked. Thankfully with some JB Weld, he was able to make it back home with no problems. Happy Adrian is good Adrian.
Before those sunset pics we figured hitting up Taphouse wouldn’t hurt. For a Monday evening, it was waaay busier than we have every seen it. It foreshadows the rest of the week unfortunately. This MK4 checked all the right boxes for me. Love the racekor look.