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
Circuit Soul has been creating a lot of buzz on the west coast. With their RWB build and grand opening last month. I love all their Japanese influenced stickers and shirts. Top notch designs.
For me this is the best part of H20; aside from the fact that there are far too many little get togethers to attend. We arrived early this year (Monday) so the first few days are full of empty parking lots and non-congested streets. It’s kind of nice; it’s easier to shoot at Taphouse, that’s for sure.
I was loving this TT, so simple, so good.
Yo Dan, why you no have bagged Tiggy yet?
Although my B5 looks dumb with the hood up because the grille is attached to it; it does make bumperless look less awkward. Still, Pre X Evo’s do it for me.
Ya, we know, it’s a VW show; and there are a lot of cool VAG cars in attendance. There are a lot of cool non VAG cars too, and we can’t forget them. They; this STI for example, are largely responsible for what inspires me when I change things on my own car.
Don’t ask me why, but this Allroad reminds me of Darth Vader’s TIE Fighter; only white…with copper wheels…
To end off; a few I got when parked on the side streets of the Ocean side around 45th.
Gill wasn’t sure if this was static or bagged…cut.
Someone we know just bought these 😉
This was my first time at Berlin Klassik, and while it was further away than most of what we attended this year, it was worth it.
The VW stuff was what we usually expect out of local shows; but the BMW crowd definitely stole the show.
I always try to shoot as many Audi’s as possible, here were a few of my favorites/a few I don’t see as often.
Gill’s old wheels
My 2 favorite Benzes in attendance
As a primarily VW show it is only fitting that I show you some.
I showed you this mk4 at Spring Fling with Lobster Claws on it; I think I liked those better. They suited the massive Porsche brakes.
There were a few other great mk4s in attendance:
One of my top 5 favorite wheels on probably one of my top 5 favorite mk1s:
I do NOT like mk3s…but there are certainly exceptions to every rule.
The others, all of which were looking great!
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!
Almost there. We’re leaving for Montreal tomorrow morning. For anyone who’s coming along and is unfamiliar with the group. I’m the brown dude (Gillbert), in this heap. Or say hello to either driver of the Audis in the below (Kruise Info link). Okay, well it isn’t a Euro car. But this was all I could take pictures of tonight. Kruise Info.
As for the show. We should have 10+ cars in the show grounds with Steve’s 2012 Finest BMW award winning E30 in near our booth. He’ll also be in the Burnout competition. Show floorplan. Please stop by the booth to say hello!!
Made my way back up to Seven Automotive to lower my coils, have my wheels put on, and get an alignment.
The Nexens from Sterling Tire. Wanted the tire to be in similar size to the 215 40 Falken 512 I had last year. No rubbing so far, so I think I went with a good size.
Deceptively clean fender.
So glad I got the lips done at Precision Rim Repair. Such a big difference from last year.