Northern Worthersee: Part 3

After a few days delay, here is the next set of pictures from Northern Worthersee this year.

This Jetta looked pretty awesome in all black except for the chrome mouldings.

I really liked this 3-series wagon. 
There's just something about a slammed Allroad that I really like.

Always love the MK4 R32's  Especially in this color.

I'm a huge fan of the Mk.7 Golf R. This one, while largely stock, still looked really good.

This Jetta with the Asymmetrical multi-color wrap was certainly eye-catching....I kind of like it. 

There's just something about a slammed MK5 golf with 2-tone wheels....

This jetta is, as the window graphic states, simply clean.

Just a simple OEM+ bagged GTi

This widebody Mk 5 Jetta was probably one of my favorites. 
The OEM+ style seems to be common among V.A.G. Enthusiasts. And, honestly, I wish it would catch on with other groups.

 This BMW 2002 looked amazing. Even after realizing it's rocking an STi rear wing.

This Mk1 Rabbit GTi cabrio was pretty cool.

Another simple, blacked-out R32

The Saab 9-2X is about the only way to sneak a Subaru into NoWo.

This R32 Golf was probably my favorite Mk4 R32. The owner is a fellow MSU Racing club member as well.

This S4 Avant was pretty clean. And, if I'm honest, I think it looks awesome with blue mirrors.

Loving this bagged CC. Very V.I.P.



As I mentioned earlier, I love the Audi Allroad. Especially in white with the grey accents.

This Mk.7 Golf, tuned by APR, was pretty awesome. I'm a big fan of the Chameleon lamp film. I might even be considering it for my Forester.

The older Passats, while common, still look amazing when done up like this. 


I love the Porsche 914, for some reason. I think part of it is due to the fact that I used to love playing Need for Speed: Porsche unleashed.

Speaking of Porsche...this 930 911 was pretty cool. I'd love to own a turbo coupe from this era.

This CC had some wide tires with quite a bit of poke.

Rare in this part of the world, this Mexican Market VW Saviero Ute was pretty awesome.

It appears to be built on the Golf chassis.

Thanks for reading, and be sure to check this space out for more pictures and car features.

-Phil