Hello My name is Augie and I currently live in MD. I have an MKV Jetta 2.5. This is the 1st car ive had that was actually worth putting money into. When i bought the car i knew nothing about cars and never pictured myself buying a VW but I did. Again i know nothing about cars especially VW's when I started modding only what ive seen in fast and furious and need for speed underground
so needless to say in the beginning the car turned out hideous but I learned as I got more into it and met knew people and the car has turned out really good so far (to me at least).I have a few things left on my list to complete but that will all come in time.
The pics are all cosmetic mods I do have some performance mods but no pics of them they include so far:
Intake,Exhaust,Test Pipe, and a flash. My project for the winter is to squeeze some more power of this while keeping it NA. I wont get much more out of it without going to crazy but every little bit counts.
The inerior is stock for now I dont have much planned for that besides a new OEM Head unit,Seats, and a few little other odds and ends.
The plan for the exterior is full Votex kit, Air, and a set of show worthy wheels.
Here are the Pics they go from stock to current
When I got her full stock (Not a big fan of the bright red tail lights those bright red taillights)
Tinted the tail lights and got a blacked out badge
Ordered some headlights (don't know what i was thinking)
Then got a badgless GTI grille set up
Got a set of 18" Katana wheels ( I wanted to got for a black and white theme)
Installed some Euro LED tail lights in black housings also got black side markers
Here are 3 more failed grilles though the last one wasnt bad just didnt wanna do the notch fill
Along with this grille I went back to OEM Style headlights with Black housings
Some lowering springs, trunk lip spoiler and exhaust
Picked up some Borbet Type Ts wheels
Went back to the OEM rear badge and OEM Dark Cherry tail lights and took off the trunk lip spoiler
Smoked Mirror Turn Signal lenses and OEM wolfsburg grille
and This is how she looks as of today with coils installed