A Euro meet wouldn’t be complete without a strong showing of BMW, VW, Mercedes, Audi, Peugeot and Renault models. Eurofest was chock full of them. With a great selection of VW Golfs, Renaultsport hot hatches, BMW 3-series’ and AMG’s on display. There was something for everyone.
VWGolf.net put on a strong showing of stunning Golfs. Suga’s Bagged R32 was looking as good as ever.
As was Geo’s bagged GTD.
And who can look past Jose’s immense, turbo charged MK4 R32, previously featured by Sehr Gute.
Representing the older Golf’s there was a strong line-up of MK3′s
And some low MK2′s. The black car below being a recent arrival from the UK and former PVW cover car.
On to the Renaults.
Our old friends from ozRenaultsport had some beautiful examples of the hot hatch breed on show. With current shape Megane 250 Cup Trophee
Previous shape Megane 230 Renault F1 Team R26 (long name, cool car) shining bright in Victory Yellow,
And this sweet track prepped Clio 172.
This totally original 205 GTI caught my eye, not least because I used to own one but because it looked so clean and un-molested.
BMW were represented well with cars of all ages, from this 70′s 2002.
Through the 80′s with this awesome E30 on deep dished BBS’s and crazy low ‘vert on Borbets.
Hunkered down over a set of BBS Style 5′s this E36 was a real winner. Really starting to warm to this shape.
No one likes dirty wheels.
E46′s don’t come any meaner than this. Wide wheels, diffuser, vented arches this car means business.
It wasn’t all 3 series though. The 1 series was well represented. A 1M had a few siblings along.
Love the flared arches on these cars. Also one of the few shapes that can pull of an orange paint job.
Speaking of orange…
Garage 88 brought along their awesome C63 AMG. It’s been subtly dropped and had some matt black detailing, creating an overall look that stays classy yet looks damn mean.
Overall Eurofest was a brilliant event that showed how many awesome Euro’s are getting around at the moment, though this was Sydney based show there were cars from all over the country in attendance. Huge respect to the organisers for putting the show on and hopefully it’ll be back bigger, better and a little bit cooler next year. I’ll leave you with another shot of the newly re-shoed 944.