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Should you be curious about the whole stance modding philosophy, look no further than this video produced by Pacific north west photographer Mike Kippen about Mark Lambert's amulet red B6 A4 sedan.
If you're like Mark, perhaps you're beyond the whole "stance" term but it's hard to deny this mainly West Coast born modding theme whereby cars are tastefully built
Check out this stanced candy apple red 2002 A4 featured this month on Eurotuner.com. Given its many (and we mean many) modifications, SEMA show subtlety level and mix of many modifying styles, we're guessing most everyone who sees it will have an opinion on it.
For the OE+ guys, the car sports a B7 nose conversion despite its B6 rounded tail and 2002 production
Just in case you attended this summer's Waterfest show in New Jersey, you likely spotted this Imola Yellow Audi S4 sedan parked at the NGP stand in the vendor area. Truth is. It's hard to miss.
Sitting super low and rolling on 19x9.5" Miro 111 wheels that bare more than a passing resemblance to BBS motorsport wheels one might see on a Porsche RS Spyder LMP2 car in similar yellow paint, it's fair
On the tuning scene we've seen themed but not those based on a cartoon. Then came Eddie Rosovich's B6 Avant based on Spy vs. Spy. We're guessing the final product won't be for everyone but we tip the hat to Eddie for a thorough implementation with just enough hint of OE+ style. We