So with an unpredictable Irish summer that we have already been pissed off with, we were very sceptical if it was a good choice to make it out to the V.A.G. meet in Fermoy Co Cork, I’m glad we made a positive choice… If you don’t know this already, or aren’t from this country, in Ireland, the scene is heavily split into a few groups, but it was nice to see the Volkswagen/Audi scene going showcasing some of the best examples this country had to offer all packed inside Cork Marts Car Park, something we just had to cover….
You might remember Emmett’s Polo we featured recently, which is going through some new changes at the minute.. a quick update shoot coming sometime soon.
Also a feature that should have happened a long time ago, this is one mean Corrado, and sadly the shoot I did on this awhile back was lost in a hard drive failure, so stay tuned for something special coming on this very soon.
This GT? was very nice on some Beetle ATS’s.
Awesome colour combo on this type 2..
Paint Job fooled me for a second! Nicely restored Beetle.
I’ve always been a big fan of the beetle and its shape..
Preferably when they are slammed to the ground… This was awesome.
Wait a second…
Id like to see those wheel spacers/hubs, How about some polished Mitsubishi L200 wheels? What a random wheel setup.
The northern Ireland guys have the Volkswagen scene on lock. Most of the cars that made it down for the meet were very impressive indeed.
Another funky Type 2 showing its age, but showing plenty of character.. wonder what this would be like on bags!
More northern metal… This Mk4 was damn nice.
The dame could be said for this Mk4 bolf with some insane width BBS RS at the rear… 11j 0 offset?
Same could be said for this Mk5, this car was simply amazing, the colour/stance and Oz Futura wheel choice… I couldn’t get enough!
You dont see too many Type 3′s around anymore, plenty of character…
The pink accents worked the treat here… nice and subtle.
Good example of green done right on this MK3 Jetta relaxing on Schmidt th lines/
BBS + pretty much any German auto mobile usually equals a pleasant spectacle for the eyes.. Especially RM’s on on of the cleanest B3 Passat’s around.
The same formula applied again, this time to a very immaculate looking Caddy.
A couple of Decent Bagged wagons were in attendance..
Definitely feeling that VIP style with this Passat
One of the few Audi’s around done right.
Baller Wagon status with the Bentley wheels!
You just cant get enough of a Mk1 on BBS rims, such a timeless collaboration.
This was crazy clean! Always been a huge fan of the MK1 GTI. Nice to see one in such incredible shape.
Same goes for this MK2, both cars were in showroom condition.
It has always been comical how diverse the scene can be, from the incredibly clean to the “rat” look, which always brings a heated debate amongst enthusiasts.
There is always a fine line with the look, it has to be done right.
Haha.. this was enjoyable.
Some seriously intense arches on this Mk2…
Not your average Seat Inca! I really hope this is a work van! It would add to the over all awesomeness of doing this type of thing to an Inca.
Always been a fan of the Derby Coupe, this example was executed very nicely, Yellow ATS classic’s bounced nicely against the Red.
One of the only other MK4′s that stood out, besides Eddy’s car which I forgot to shoot.. sorry man!
I will never ever get tired of this combo…. Especially a G60 that has been murdered out.
Glad to see more Rotiforms starting to hit Irish shores…
Hopefully the NUE wont be raped with a replica anytime soon…
A pretty nice contrast of styling’s would you agree?
How about A Mk2 Rallye?
I hope this is static!
Another very awesome winning combo is the TH lines and pretty much any Volkswagen that was designed with a ruler…
Ill leave you with another shot of this Audi 80 on Fuchs polished beauties. Thankfully we got some decent photographs before the 4 seasons in one day happened! Hopefully we can make it to more meets in the future, check back for some varied feature’s coming soon, and if you are looking for a feature do feel free to contact us, the more varied things are.. the better.
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