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A wise man once told me to "Buy it Built". You'll earn a hell of a lot of respect and pride when you build your car from the ground up but you'll save a hell of a lot of cash if you buy it built. Often built cars are a total bargain, though we're sure whether this Bonkers B5 RS 4 build qualifies will be hotly debated. What we're pretty sure
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
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
Remember that green Audi A3 that turned up in our coverage of the 2010 SEMA Show ? At the time we didn't know much about it but now thanks to Sam Du and our buddies over at Eurotuner we have more information about the car.
Los Angelino Jose Romo started out in the Euro lowrider scene that is actually more Hondas than Euros. However, he's moved on and up to an
With prices of the original iconic first-gen TT still going lower, we've been particularly pleased by the number of significantly built Mk1s on the modified scene. Case in point are this pair of TTs owned by a father and son duo who brought them out to Wuste this season. Eurotuner Magazine was on hand and shot the two out in the desert.
Given the bold nature