Friday, 13 January 2012

BōsōDub Variant

It's easy to accuse the VW scene of being formulaic, but oddities like this keep creeping out of the woodwork to silence the naysayers. This 1989 USDM Fox Wagon has been lowered on custom coilovers above castor-like thirteens, to get it nice and close to the deck. A bōsōzoku-style front-mounted oil cooler and extravagantly upturned exhaust give the Euro Variant a taste of the Orient while the, er, mini-tank in the boot hurls the ethos firmly back to the fatherland. Brilliantly strange.

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