Less is More // Sven’s Volkswagen MKVI Gti

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These days it’s more common than not that people lose sight of a build. They say “Just because you can do it, doesn’t always mean you should.” How true is that? For instance, you’re not going to find a much cleaner car than this MKVI. This car is simple and sexy; it’s aesthetically pleasing without all the makeup. “I wanted a simple OEM + look, a simple sleek style” a car truly done well needs no smoke and mirrors, what you see is what you get. Continue reading

Peugeot What! // Pauwels’s 208 Peugeot

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There are cars we all know and there are cars that we look at and say…”What the…..?” The Peugeot 208 is one of those rides. Depending on where you live or who you know the Peugeot is defiantly few far and in between around the US. Being released in 2011 and the supermini in 2012, the Peugeot is not a very common car. Continue reading

Grocery Getter // Kevin’s Audi A4 Avant

This car is insane. Just by seeing pictures that I get to do write ups for cars in Belgium makes me want to travel there to see what the car scene has in store! The Happy Stance photographer based in Belgium is always sending in some awesome shots of some sweet whips! Today, he sent in a bagged VIP grocery getter, and Audi A4 Avant. Continue reading

Keeping it Low // Alain’s Golf R

Golf R’s are awesome, this one in particular is even more awesome than usual Golf R’s. It is spectacularly beautiful. Alain the owner, has a love for Volkswagens he has only owned Volkswagen’s since he has gotten his driver’s license. His first car was loved like any other kid would love their first car, It was a Volkswagen MK2, and according to Alain the pain sucked and the car was old but nevertheless he loved it. Continue reading

LowLife Addictions // Jordy’s MKVI

I think most of us would consider our rides pretty low. Maybe even slammed. We buy over fenders, flares, and crazy offset wheels that look  unnaturally mean. We make sacrifices of reliability, excessive tire wear, and making what seems like 16 point turns all in the name of stance. We can’t drive more than 30 miles per hour on the average street due  to pot holes. And trying to explain this to the mass population is like explaining to the officer that just because I’m swerving doesn’t mean I’ve been drinking. Mostly we receive chuckles, shaken heads, and looks of confusion. People don’t understand the extent of modifying our cars. But to what extreme are most of us willing to take it? Continue reading