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Old 10-20-2018, 11:18 PM   #18101
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17x9", 30 offset
How much negative camber and what size tires?
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Old 10-21-2018, 10:13 PM   #18102
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I have no idea how to fix this post
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Old 10-21-2018, 10:16 PM   #18103
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What size wheels/tires?

And are you lifted?

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Got a few good ones this weekend on some backroads


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Old 10-22-2018, 11:22 AM   #18104
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These two.

So many people try so hard these days, with crazy/extravagant/gaudy builds... makes me really appreciate when cars are done right with a nice cohesive plan executed with attention to detail. I'm apt to believe that these two cars have just as much, if not more, work into them than any of the more extravagant show cars around. It's a lot of effort to get things just right!

Neither of these cars are "mild" or "simple" IMO, they just seem so because they're so cohesive. The tight focus on a particular aesthetic is much appreciated by old fogies like me that are tired of people just cramming as much camber and as little ride height as possible on a car that's littered with unnecessary aero bits and all the parts from a vendor's online catalog.

Goes to show "more" is not necessarily "better". Nice work!
I mostly blame instagram and the rise of social media stardom

I miss the good old days when noobs like myself were mocked for wanting a BOV and then led down the correct path
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Old 10-23-2018, 12:17 AM   #18105
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Unhappy Goodbye "girlfriend2" after 15 years of service.

Last post in this thread for me, Wagon is gone after 15 years.

Last day


Month Before, meeting replacement


Off it goes, final brrrraaaapppppp into the sunset, sold to a very happy new owner.


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These two.

So many people try so hard these days, with crazy/extravagant/gaudy builds... makes me really appreciate when cars are done right with a nice cohesive plan executed with attention to detail. I'm apt to believe that these two cars have just as much, if not more, work into them than any of the more extravagant show cars around. It's a lot of effort to get things just right!

Neither of these cars are "mild" or "simple" IMO, they just seem so because they're so cohesive. The tight focus on a particular aesthetic is much appreciated by old fogies like me that are tired of people just cramming as much camber and as little ride height as possible on a car that's littered with unnecessary aero bits and all the parts from a vendor's online catalog.

Goes to show "more" is not necessarily "better". Nice work!
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Old 10-23-2018, 08:21 AM   #18106
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These two.

So many people try so hard these days, with crazy/extravagant/gaudy builds... makes me really appreciate when cars are done right with a nice cohesive plan executed with attention to detail. I'm apt to believe that these two cars have just as much, if not more, work into them than any of the more extravagant show cars around. It's a lot of effort to get things just right!

Neither of these cars are "mild" or "simple" IMO, they just seem so because they're so cohesive. The tight focus on a particular aesthetic is much appreciated by old fogies like me that are tired of people just cramming as much camber and as little ride height as possible on a car that's littered with unnecessary aero bits and all the parts from a vendor's online catalog.

Goes to show "more" is not necessarily "better". Nice work!
Thanks so much for the love and words!

From it's first day home.




To this last weekend.

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Old 10-23-2018, 10:39 AM   #18107
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Most of the time less really is more
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Old 10-25-2018, 11:34 AM   #18108
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I popped up in S3 Mags coverage of the Speed Ring

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Old 10-28-2018, 10:11 AM   #18109
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I really like that blue wagon man cant wait to get mine up and running.
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Old 10-28-2018, 10:15 AM   #18110
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That blue wagon is nice man.cant wait to get my wagon up and running.
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Old 10-30-2018, 04:27 AM   #18111
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I am a sucker for a car with a good name, so I couldn't resist picking up this Gravel Express!

Haven't had a chance to get a good photo shoot in, so I guess this will serve as a sneak peek.





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