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Long time lurker. First time poster. Just a teaser shot here, but it’s very custom. The build is starting to come along, and have paint in the lineup beginning of August. A ton of work already went into it. I’ll try and grab some additional pictures tomorrow. Will look good with a satin while pearl paint. Pic for attention:

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nice (y)

 

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You can see the custom M3 skirts here pretty well. The lip dig up some gravel due to the drop. Still have some work to do some filler to some sections, along with a few canards. The front lip is from a 2001-2001 Jetta GLI

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Looks like a great project, but would not work on my road!

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I’ve gone through a few sets of wheels due to this 🤦🏻‍♂️

30 minutes ago, G B L said:

Looks like a great project, but would not work on my road!

 

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It looks like the car is lowered for aesthetics, and will encounter driveability challenges.

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23 hours ago, Fifty150 said:

Those headlights are so clean!

Thank you. I have a retrofit planned coming up with bixenon projectors going in and having the light trim painted the same as the van.

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Looks Nice, but I would rather raise mine if could be done safe and affordably lol

 

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It has been discussed.  You can look for spacers.  Wheelchair transport companies lift minivans all the time.

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I own an aftermarket Jeep company. Have patents on the lifts. All I do is lift Jeeps daily. Wanted to go back to the tuner days of being young and having a slammed work van was just the right move in my book. 

 

Yeah, drivability is more limited, however, recently added the Airlift rear helped bag system with an onboard compressor, and I still have a functional load carrying van.

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I wonder if the black colored roof has an effect on the temp inside the van .

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