It has been a busy few days since I made the trip back from Edition with Japfest and Prodrift
kicking off last week. It was time to reflect back on the Edition38 Trip. We left part One
giving you the idea of how the trip was going so far, so now let’s see what was on show on the
Edition has really opened my eyes to the Polo generation. This would possibly replace the Civic for
young drivers and if they all had as good taste as this owner it wouldn’t be a bad thing.
Black on Black is such a great look.
Porsche splits were very common on the MK5. They do look good but I do enjoy seeing owners try
something out of the box.
This Mk5 is a good example of what I’m talking about. Firstly the roof box rocks but some might
think it’s stupid and the wheel colour is horrid but it sure stands out.
Looking closer I noticed that they were Range Rover wheels sitting under the car. God knows what
the owner went through to get them to fit but this is why the UK has such a high standard of cars.
This was the main stage where drivers can tell the crowd what, why and how they modified their cars.
It was cool to hear about the cars from the owner’s perspective
This little guy couldn’t even make it onto the stage so they bounced him up.
The owner revealed that the car didn’t have suspension so what would that be called? It’s hardly Static
I have a new-found love for the air cooled VW.
Despite this Recession owners still tackling the newer, youngest VW generation. Grids look good on
anything- It’s too much of a safe bet.
Nice wheel colour choice for the common Rotiform BLQ’s.
A very tasty Scirocco.
This Mk2 was from Denmark. They seem to style their Mk2s a bit different to the UK and Ireland.
The Big Bumpers were moulded in and colour coded. Unsure if I like it….
Got to love this wire tuck. I couldn’t find a single wire anywhere!!
Some people will give out that people ruin a good RS4 by putting it on air. I think they have balls
really, to have a big powerful car and have looks to match is a winner.I’m going to leave Part 2 with this black Mk4. I loved this car but couldn’t put my finger on it. The
contrast between the wheels and the car really make it stand out.
Part 3 coming soon.