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This is a pretty good story. Because it shows the evolution and progression of this culture. I hate to
sound cliché… but it shows what we can do if we all put our minds to it. As an editor – this is right up
my alley. It’s what I look for… it’s what I want to see happening, and it’s what I want to be a part of.
See – Mike owns this car. But I don’t want to start there, because more importantly, Mike owns a shop
called Eurowise over in Charlotte. I’ve known Mike personally for years now… and I’ve seen him grow
as a business, and a business owner. I’ve seen him be able to employ his friends. I’ve seen camaraderie
build around the guys who run the shop. I’ve seen them reach out to the community – Euro, Japanese,
whatever, and offer the Eurowise grounds as a place to hold pretty damn large events, when other plans
& locations fell apart. I’ve never heard anyone say a cross word towards Eurowise. So hope fully that
sets the stage – that these are honest, good people….

Purchase Issue 23 here to read the rest of this story

1986 VW Cabriolet

OBD1 VR6 motor
Eurowise custom intake
JOM headers modified
Eurowise 2.5in exhaust system
C2 motorsports chip
02a 5 speed transmission
Eurospec lightweight flywheel
Sachs clutch kit

Green frost pearl paint
Bestop canvas beige top
BFI crystal clear tail lights
Chrome euro bumpers
16×6.5 16×7.5 BBS RS
165-45-16 Nankang front 195-40-16 rear yokohama s-drive
Jom coilovers
Polyurethane front and rear control arm bushings
BFI euro headlights
Chrome handles

OEM Recaro trophy seats
Door cards, rear seats, and interior recovered by Kip Love interiors.
Kenwood head unit
42 Draft Designs oil\volt\coolant gauge setup
Momo wood steering wheel

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