I’ll admit it, when I first received a link to this thread, I thought “oh no, I can’t feature a car whose main purpose is to get as low as possible, the fans will destroy me in the comments!”, but then I dug a little deeper. As build thread aficionados, I think we all agree […]
Posts Tagged ‘mkIII’
From the same forum that brought you the Viper powered Saab 93 Wagon comes another frankenstein build. Function-over-form readers will be pleased to notice the absence hectic stance, bags vs static arguments, ground clearance measurements or rusted body panels. This Golf is different…very different. I’ve featured a few MKIII Golfs before, each with their own […]
I’ve seen pictures of a few of these coupe creations before, I think they look great and I love the initiative people take to build something that VW didn’t offer. John emailed me two builds that he has personally worked on, a MKIII and a MKIV. Basically what happens is you take a Jetta/Vento/Bora sedan, […]
Following on from the Rusty Road-Trip post, here we have another guy trekking his car across the US of A. Thanks to Matt for sending this link my way. All these road trip posts are making me want to plan my own highway escapade. Except I don’t think I could be bothered doing it in […]
Yep, another MkIII, deal with it! This one’s a little bit different as the turbo is mounted under the rear seat… UPDATE: This car now has custom CNC machined 3-piece wheels, click here to read about it.
I know, I know, I’ve already featured a MK3 Golf…and I know, it was also a 2-door, and yep, it was green too! But when there are so many awesome VW builds on the internet, I just have to share them with the masses, regardless of any similarities it might have with other cars. Just […]
The VW scene is one i truly admire. The haters can hate all they want, but I’m always browsing v-dub sites for inspiration and ideas. People who modify VW’s tend to try new things first without caring what other people think, and they also strive to be different and think outside the square. I see […]