I think Pfaff Tuning should bag their ’71 Targa.
My 540i was purchased with a full custom exhaust. For whatever the previous owner though 2 Cherrybomb glasspacks would have a great muffler. They do not. They’re rusted and unsightly. So I did what any guy would do and went full straight pipe (cats are still there though). A quick stop at GT Custom and she was done. I’ve always wanted a turbo, so I can let that BOV go off at every opportunity. A few seconds after driving around in the straight piped 540i, I’m now about that V8 life.
T his is Bronson’s car not my B34TER. Chris’ OZ were test fitted for shits and giggles. Giggles turned into bonarz. Also shown is a LS, 5spd swapped Belair…glorious.
We always make it out to Spring Fling. I feel the show is out growing its Hansa Haus location. The lot filled up way earlier than it usually does. And with most of our guys showing up late, they were forced to the grass behind the building. :(
Pfaff Tuning’s 911 Targa. I LOVE the basket handle. Classic 911 on Fuchs in bright red. There are few greater combinations.
Scott’s M135. We’ll be needing a wide angle lens to shoot this thing in the future
Early February means one thing for us…. we get to attend press day for the Canadian International Autoshow. We are privileged to be accredited media for the event. Roaming the show floor with only press minus the hustle and bustle of the general public is a totally different experience. We are allowed to take much better photos and get a more in depth and personal experience with most of the cars. We’re not in the market for a 6 figure luxury sedan anytime soon, but it’s nice pretending for a day.
The Mclaren P1 is hands down THE one car you need to see at the CIAS. It is the new bedroom poster king. Taking over from our F40, 959, Countach, and F1 posters. Pfaff also brought out their MP4-12C Spa-F and roadster to the super car hall. While the Heffner Turbo R8, Porsche 964 Turbo and Mercedes SLS Roadster were among their other display cars in their other display.
One would think racecars standing still are a sad sight. They unfortunately can`t be racing all of the time. Luckily they look just as fast standing still. Can`t get enough splitters, diffusers, wings, toe hooks, centre locks.
Road cars and concepts make up most of the show floor. The last few photos show off an awesome paint finish from Ferrari. Also great shades of blue from BMW and Subaru.
This 964 is not an extensive build like their previous red one. But since its a Turbo and its on Fuchs, its such a better exanple of why 964s are internet darlings at the moment. Upgrades include Hybrid K27 turbo with a fuel enrichment controller, headers and BB muffler. K&N filter intake system and JIC suspension.
Photos by in house Pfaff photographer, OG Scraped.Crusaders. Matt Berenz aka Deathlens
Cars and Coffee, a small Porsche Cruise, a VW shoot, Seven Automotive BBQ, Meeting of the Mazdas, and the Got Ass Carwash. Last Sunday was busy as shit. We’re posting images from the first two events now.
At Cars and Coffee. I invite Mauncho, But due to a hangover and overall CPT, he missed whats not pretty much his favourite car. This gorgeous 190 E.
Magnum P.I. up in dis bitch.
The reason I go to Cars and Coffee is the good chance I’ll see something rare or unique. I think a Lamborghini Jalpa fits the bill. Like a dumbass, I only took rear shots.
As this is a week old post. The owener of this 964, upgraded his wheels….big time. Pics in a few days. Oh and it’s actually plated in California.
Then we drove off to a small Porsche cruise/meet in Aurora.
Pfaff Tuning Porsche 997. With a FEW goodies.
On our way up to the Possche Cruise we drove past a huge manor/Batman castle/Gatsby buildings. Which turned out to be Magna HQ. We decided it was a perfect location for a VW threesome. Full images and feature from Matt later this week.
Working at Pfaff must be nice. Vossen’d S5.
I don’t always like VWs but when I do, they’re 2 instagram queens. @farklefitment’s green hatch and @corrrrrrigan’s red one.
@ladeedubxo’s bagged City Golf. Followed by the rest of my limited VW content.
Sean Murphy’s Mk3. The Stay Strong booth, helped raise funds for Sean who’s rehabilitating from a spinal cord injury. More info.
Fairly certain these are my old beebs. Patented chipping paintjob and all. Almost wish I kept them.
Now on to the cool cars ;). My favourite car was this M3. No crazy ruined fender fitment, just a nice low stance. Perfect.
Each year this is the local VAG show I look forward to the most. It typically brings a wide array of European beauties and this year did not disappoint.
Pfaff Tuning was the title sponsor once again
I spent some time browsing the Audi’s; it always surprises me how few end up showing, nevertheless they are my favorite part of the show.
More to come soon, I haven’t even touched VW; let alone Porsche, BMW, and Mercedes. I also got some great shots of our own cars, 6 of us were fortunate enough to place!
Matt received some tickets to the Victoria Day Speedfest at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. As such, we stopped off at Pfaft Tuning’s Porsche Cup tent.
The NASCAR Canadian Tire series had its season opener this weekend. We made it out for the qualification session. They may weigh 3000lbs, but a stout 550hp gets them going pretty fast.
The Trans-Am series, which I did not know was resurrected, also had fun this weekend.